First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"Historical scholarship continues to grow in importance in the contemporary field of curriculum. Grounded in historical understanding, these portraits of mentoring and teaching communicate...what great scholars such as Aoki and Huebner term the 'call of teaching.' Let there be sustained applause for Kridel, Bullough, and Shaker!" -- ar, Louisiana Pin
"Not only a tribute to our great teachers, but a celebration of the possibilities of our profession." -- L. Kincheloe, Pennsylvania State University
"Should interest anyone who is concerned with the study and improvement of teaching and mentoring graduate education students as well as those who are students of the history of the education...a valuable addition to our understanding of the multiple factors that influence good teaching and facilitate student development." -- Douglas Simpson, School of Education, Texas Christian University