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Preface Introduction I. Knowledge, Morality and Authority in Teaching 1. The Epistemological Presence in Teaching and Learning 2. The Individual as Seeker after Knowledge 3. The Moral and Epistemological Authority of the Teacher II. Virtue and Public Knowledge 4. Truth and Truthfulness 5. Belief and Open-Mindedness 6. Evidence, Impartiality and Judgment III. Virtue and Personal Knowledge 7. Experience and Integrity: The Historical Individual 8. Commitment, Courage and Will: The Belief-Holding Individual 9. Identity and Knowing One's Self: The Self-Conscious Individual IV. The Virtues of the Teacher 10. The Primacy of Dispositions as Virtues 11. Character, Intellect and Care 12. The Epistemological Presence and the Assessment of Teacher Quality Appendices Procedures and Protocols Further Reading References Index
Hugh Sockett is Professor of Education, Department of Public and International Affairs, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, George Mason University.