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To Teach

Author: William Ayers
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 9780807770634
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"This graphic novel brings to life William Ayers's bestselling memoir To teach : the journey of a teacher, third edition. From Ayers's early days teaching kindergarten, readers follow this renowned educational theorist on his 'voyage of discovery and surprise.'"--Cover, p. [4].

To Teach

Author: William Ayers
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807771473
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Teaching The Personal And The Political

Author: William Ayers
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807744603
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These essays follow a veteran teacher educator and school reform activist as he tries to understand an enterprise he calls "mysterious and immeasurable." By focusing on the authentic experiences of teaching and learning that he has lived over the past 15 years, Bill Ayers reconsiders, argues, reflects, and searches for ways to break through the routine and the ordinary to see teaching as the important and extraordinary work it is. Covering a range of issues—standards, equity, testing, professionalism—this book shows us teaching as an achingly personal calling, and ultimately as a social and a political act. With these essays, Bill Ayers invites teachers into a wonderful conversation about the meaning of teaching as craft, as art, as vocation. He reminds us that an active kind of hope is at the core of teaching,seeing things both as they are and as they could be.

The New Teacher Book

Author: Terry Burant
Publisher: Rethinking Schools
ISBN: 0942961471
Size: 22.65 MB
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Teaching is a lifelong challenge, but the first few years in the classroom are typically a teacher's hardest. This expanded collection of writings and reflections offers practical guidance on how to navigate the school system, form rewarding relationships with colleagues, and connect in meaningful ways with students and families from all cultures and backgrounds.

Learning To Teach Inclusively

Author: Celia Oyler
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351560557
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This book—co-authored by a teacher educator, a diverse group of five pre-service student teachers, and their student teaching supervisor—takes a unique, illuminating look at the experience of student teaching from the perspective of student teachers. It is premised on learning to teach as an inquiry process enriched by collaborative conversations. Readers are invited into student teachers’ dilemmas and decisions as they negotiate between their public school placements and their university-based coursework. Throughout the year of student teaching, the authors document their discussions and reflections about teaching in inclusive classrooms that shed light on the complex process of learning to teach and also offer insights into issues of teaching for equity. Each of the central chapters is written by an individual student teacher and tracks a specific question over the course of two semesters. Topics include: *contrasting models of inclusion and teachers’ differing orientations toward issues of community, difference, and normalcy; *how teachers foster peer relationships; *classroom management and discipline; *heterogeneous instruction; and *school-wide culture and systems that promote or mitigate against inclusion. A new perspective on what can be learned from student teaching is provided by the student teachers’ supervisor. In the concluding chapter, the teacher educators address the connections among the student teachers’ inquiries and offer an analysis from a disability studies/disability rights perspective on how inclusion fits into a social (rather than a medical) model of disability. All of the authors of this book seek to contribute to conversations that place advocacy, inquiry, contestation, and challenge at the center of the teacher’s role. This volume is their invitation to readers to join in a larger conversation about the challenges of, and necessity for, becoming inclusive teachers. Learning to Teach Inclusively is intended for inservice and preservice courses in elementary education, inclusion, and teacher research, and for field experience seminars. It is also suitable for graduate courses in teacher research, supervision, and research in teacher education.

Teaching Toward Freedom

Author: William Ayers
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 9780807032688
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The education expert presents an "ethics" for teachers of all levels, arguing that teachers are ultimately working toward a vision of social justice and should therefore incorporate this reality into their work.

Spectacular Things Happen Along The Way

Author: Brian D. Schultz
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807761060
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This celebrated narrative captured the attention of educators and the media by depicting the journey of one teacher and his students juxtaposed against the entrenched bureaucracy of Chicago's public education system. This second edition examines how school reform continues to fail students in urban contexts and offers compelling updates on students.

Letters To A Young Teacher

Author: Jonathan Kozol
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: 0307393720
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The author shared personal reflections, anecdotes, wisdom, and guidance in his letters to Francesca, a first-year teacher, as he attempted to help her deal with the challenges she faced and encouraged her to do her best.

Teacha

Author: Gerry Albarelli
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453280006
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An ad in the paper—English teacher wanted—yeshiva—Brooklyn—call Rabbi Steiner. A young man, not himself Jewish, steps into a teaching job at a wild Hasidic yeshiva. A year in the life of this teacher and his students.

See You When We Get There

Author: Gregory Michie
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 9780807745199
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Gregory Michie's first bestseller, Holler If You Hear Me, put him on the map as a compelling and passionate voice in urban education. In his new book, Michie turns his attention to young teachers of colour, and once again provides readers with a unique and penetrating look inside public school classrooms. Featuring portraits of five young teachers (two African Americans, two Latinas, and one Asian American) who are working for change, Michie weaves the teachers' powerful voices with classroom vignettes and his own experiences. Along the way, he examines what motivates and sustains these teachers, as well as what they see as the challenges and possibilities of public education. In these times of national standards, high-stakes accountability, and calls for reforming teacher education and preparation, See You When We Get There/i> is essential reading.