Category: Dr. Martin Haberman Papers

Martin Haberman is creator of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Teacher Education Program (MMTEP). He was one of the three founders of the SOE Urban Doctoral Program. He received the 1996 Teacher Educator of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Dr. Haberman is the author of seven books and more than 200 articles and chapters. Distinguished Professor, he earned his doctorate in teacher education at Teachers College, Columbia University, and holds honorary doctorates from Rhode Island College and SUNY-Cortland. Dr. Haberman is the recipient of the AACTE Pomeroy Award and has served as a Hunt lecturer. The National Teacher Corps was based on his Milwaukee Intern Program. He has developed more programs preparing more teachers than anyone in American education. His interview for selecting urban teachers is used in 150 cities.

What Makes a Program “Alternative Certification?” An Operational Definition

Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (This essay presents the background for understanding why defining alternative certification has been made a difficult matter, and proposes an operational definition of the term). Professionalists vs. Deregulators Since 1823 when

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Gentle Teaching in a Violent Society

by Martin Haberman – On average 157,000 crimes are committed every day in school.’ Approximately 525,000 attacks, shakedowns, and robberies occur in secondary schools in one month.2 Three million incidents of assault, rape, robbery, and theft occur on school property

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The Beliefs and Behaviors of Star Teachers

By Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Over the past fifty years Martin Haberman has developed more teacher education programs, which have prepared more teachers for diverse children in poverty than anyone in the history of American

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Urban Education: The State of Urban Schooling at the Start of the 21st Century

Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor University of Wisconsin Milwaukee These objective size/density definitions however do not convey the range of meanings intended or received when the term is most commonly used. Perceptions of urban areas differ widely. Rooted in the early

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What Accounts for Low Science Achievement and What Might Be Done About It.

Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor University of Wisconsin Milwaukee In 2001 only 7 percent of the students in Wisconsin passed the state achievement examination at the proficient level in science. While other areas of the curriculum had fewer than half the

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Pedagogy of Poverty: The Pedagogy of Poverty Versus Good Teaching

Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor School of Education University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Recognizing the formidable difficulty of institutionalizing new forms of pedagogy for the children of poverty, Mr. Haberman nonetheless believes that it is worthwhile to define and describe such alternatives.

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Learn to manage a classroom like a “Star Teacher”.

Practice teacher control by interacting with students in a virtual classroom using the new innovative “Star Classroom Management Protocol” By Dr. Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor, UWM While most teachers spend their careers engaged in a never-ending battle for control of

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The Rationale for Preparing Mature Adults as Teachers of Diverse Children in Urban Poverty

Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor U. Wisconsin Milwaukee Summary Three thousand youth drop out of school everyday. The achievement gaps between racial groups and economic classes continues to widen. The persistent shortage of teachers who can be effective in 120 failing

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The Rationale for Preparing Mature Adults as Teachers of Diverse Children in Urban Poverty

Martin Haberman Distinguished Professor U. Wisconsin Milwaukee Summary Three thousand youth drop out of school everyday. The achievement gaps between racial groups and economic classes continues to widen. The persistent shortage of teachers who can be effective in 120 failing

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