Teach Boldly! (Counterpoints, nr. 356)

Editat de Mary Cain Fehr, Dennis Earl Fehr
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A collection of letters from leading educators and scholars to practicing and future teachers. It offers advice, encouragement, and inspiration in the form of innovative ideas to ignite teachers' passion for their work in the midst of a range of discouraging situations.
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ISBN-13: 9781433104923
ISBN-10: 143310492X
Pagini: 246
Ilustrații: ill.
Dimensiuni: 232 x 158 x 21 mm
Greutate: 0.55 kg
Ediția: 2 Rev ed.
Editura: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der W
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The Editors: Mary Cain Fehr is Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at Texas Tech University. A former classroom teacher, art teacher, and school district administrator, she holds a B.S. in elementary education, an M.Ed. in instructional technology, and a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction. Dr. Fehr's mission as a teacher educator is to increase pre-service teachers' global and cultural understanding and prepare them to teach effectively in diverse classrooms. Dennis Earl Fehr is School of Art faculty at Texas Tech University. He taught English, reading, and art in the public schools for ten years prior to entering the University of Illinois' doctoral program in art education. He then accepted a position at the University of Houston, where he taught for ten more years before moving to Texas Tech. Dr. Fehr also directs the National Education Taskforce, a group of educators who advocate for children in schools.


Contents: Dennis Earl Fehr/Mary Cain Fehr: Foreword - Christine E. Sleeter: Transgressing Boundaries for Socially Just Teaching - Mary Frances Agnello: Excelling through 'E'-Teaching - Pixie Holbrook: Many Sizes for All: A Comprehensive Assessment of Our Students - Patty Bode/Nora Elton/Rachel I. Shuman: Ask and Listen with High Expectations - Geneva Gay: Teaching Authentically - Barbara Morgan-Fleming: Dewey, Aristotle, and You - Paul Chamness Reece-Miller: An Elephant in the Classroom: LGBTQ Students and the Silent Minority - Angela Valenzuela: Uncovering Internalized Oppression - Mary Cain Fehr: The Power of Water - Sheng Kuan Chung: Aesthetics of Confrontation: From the Streets to the Classroom - George Wood: The Limits of Schooling - Carolyn Erler/Susan L. Allen: Nonviolence: A Philosophy and Method for Teaching Boldly - Linda Darling-Hammond: A Marshall Plan for Teaching: What It Will Really Take to Leave No Child Behind - Linda McSpadden McNeil: Teaching Boldly in Timid Schools: Reflecting on Knowledge Access and Knowledge Control - Donalyn Heise: Dare to be Positive! - Kara Mitchell: Teach Outside the Classroom - Hidehiro Endo: Recognizing Diversity in Asian Students - Dennis Earl Fehr: Loving the Thugs - Etta R. Hollins: Contextualizing Teaching and Learning - Gary Howard: Dispositions for Good Teaching - Sandy Grande: Red Pedagogy - Úrsula Casanova: Teaching Boldly: A Principal Who Has Touched the Future - Sonia Nieto: Letter to My Daughter, a Teacher - Shirley R. Steinberg: Afterword.