[picture]Frances G. Schoonmaker Collection
Professor of Education in the Curriculum & Teaching Department.

Professor Schoonmaker received her B.A. (Elementary Education) from University of Washington, her M.A. (Early Childhood Education) from George Peabody College for Teachers, Vanderbilt University and her Ed.D. from Teachers College (Curriculum Development).

Scholarly Interests:
Curriculum, teaching, and supervision: history, theory and practice. Teacher preparation. Caring and values education. Religious education
Website: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/faculty/...
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[thumbnail] Promise and Possibility: Learning to Teach
by F. Schoonmaker (1998)
uploaded by: Frances Schoonmaker

[thumbnail] Documents & Pictures from the TC Afghanistan Project
by F. Schoonmaker (n/a, 2004 - 2005)
uploaded by: Frances Schoonmaker

[thumbnail] Methods of Inquiry in Supervision
by F. Schoonmaker, R. Sawyer & M. Borrego-Brainard (1998)
uploaded by: Frances Schoonmaker

[thumbnail] Curriculum Implementation
by J. Snyder, F. Bolin [ Schoonmaker ] & K. Zumwalt (1990)
uploaded by: Frances Schoonmaker

[thumbnail] Does Theory Lead Practice: Teachers' constructs about teaching, top-down perspectives
by F. Schoonmaker & S. Ryan (1996)
uploaded by: Frances Schoonmaker

[thumbnail] The language of instructional supervision: an historical study of the writings of six leaders in instructional supervision, 1922-1982
by F. Schoonmaker (1983)
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