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How Teaching Shapes Our Thinking About Disabilities (Disability Studies in Education)


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This book connects practice to research, and vice versa, through the use of deeply personal stories in the form of autoethnographic memoirs on teaching students with dis/abilities in K-12 settings across the USA.
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ISBN-13: 9781433185618
ISBN-10: 143318561X
Pagini: 330
Dimensiuni: 150 x 225 x 22 mm
Greutate: 4.82 kg
Editura: Peter Lang Copyright AG
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Notă biografică

David J. Connor (Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University) is Professor Emeritus of Hunter College (Learning Disabilities Program) and the Graduate Center (Urban Education Program), City University of New York. He is the author/editor of numerous books and articles, many in collaboration with Beth A. Ferri.
Beth A. Ferri (Ph.D., University of Georgia) is Professor of Inclusive Education and Disability Studies at Syracuse University, where she also coordinates the doctoral program in Special Education. She, frequently in collaboration with David J. Connor, has published widely on the intersections of race, disability, and gender.

Cuprins

David J. Connor/Beth A. Ferri: Introduction: Learning from Teachers' Lives - Jan W. Valle: How I Got Here from There: The Road to Disability Studies in Education - Deborah J. Gallagher: To My Students, with Gratitude: A Retrospective Journey of Teaching [Special Education] - Beth A. Ferri: Snapshots of School - Scot Danforth: From Harmful to Helpful - Classroom Spaces and School Structures - Kathleen M. Collins: "Why Is Lisa's classroom in the basement?" Reflections on Noticing and Disrupting Exclusion - Federico R. Waitoller: Fictionalized Memories: The Making of a Research Identity in Four Seasons - Erin McCloskey: Paintings on Clear Plastic that Hang from the Ceiling - Brent Elder: The Promises We Keep - Pedagogy and Practices - Catherine Kramarczuk Voulgarides: Humanizing "Special" Educational Practices - Christine Ashby: "Off to Another Glorious Day of Educational Opportunity": But for Whom? - Susan Baglieri: How I Learned to Be a Teacher in Room 137 - Julia White: Giving Points, Pathologizing Race, and Reading Harry Potter - Families - Mildred Boveda: Surprising Home Visits - Maria Cioè- Peña: Teaching as Oppression; Teaching as Liberation - Srikala Naraian: Searching for Competence: (T)reading the Spaces between Ways of Knowing - Linda Ware: No Bat Required - Both Sides of the Desk - April Coughlin: Education Is Power: But Only if You Can Get into the Building - David I. Hernández- Saca: Recovering the Spirit - Saili S. Kulkarni: Journey as a Special Education Teacher of Color with Dis/abilities - Suzanne Stolz: My Disabled Teacher Presence - Beth A. Ferri/David J. Connor: Conclusion: Bridging Theory and Practice through Story - Index.