Stories of Teaching A Foundation for Educational Renewal

ISBN-10: 0139212485

ISBN-13: 9780139212482

Edition: 2001

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Appropriate as a supplemental reader for an undergraduate Introduction to Teaching or Introduction to Education course. Could also be used in a graduate seminar for in-service teachers. This unique and compelling collection of stories emphasizes the challenges and joys of teaching that inspire teachers to commit themselves to a profession that is adventurous, generous, and nurturing. It is the only book of its kind to combine highlights and the analysis of stories written by skilled teachers with a discussion of the history of teaching narratives.
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Book details

List price: $64.40
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/25/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 213
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Stories as a Way of Knowing and Growing
Reading Outstanding Teacher Narratives
The Pursuit of Educational Renewal
Professional and Personal Growth through Well-Crafted Teacher Narratives
Six Narrative Forms
The Value of Summarizing and Interpreting Teacher Narratives
A Historical Perspective on Teacher Narratives
Autobiography of Daniel Payne
Locke Amsden
The Hoosier Schoolmaster
The Journals of Charlotte Forten
The Heart Is the Teacher
A Schoolmaster of the Great City
I Learn from Children
Julia Weber Gordon's Country School Diary
The Narrative of Social Criticism
Savage Equalities Then and Now
Critique and Action
Ira Shor and a Narrative of Student Empowerment
Excerpt from Death At An Early Age
The Narrative of Induction and Apprenticeship
Learning to Teach from a Master
Freedom, Irony, and the Search for Educational Relevance
The Quest for Meaning in Life and Work
Excerpt from Spitwad Sutras
The Narrative of Reflective Practice
White Teacher
Kwanzaa and Me
The Boy Who Would Be a Helicopter
You Can't Say You Can't Play
The Girl with the Brown Crayon
Excerpt from You Can't Say You Can't Play
The Narrative of Journey
A Lifetime of Teaching, Learning, and Crossing Boundaries
The Teacher as Scholar of Learning
Teaching for Transformation and Wholeness
Excerpt from Lives on the Boundary
Excerpt from A Life in School
The Narrative of Hope
Herb Kohl and the Discipline of Hope
Paulo Freire and the Pedagogy of Hope
Garret Keizer and the Imperative of Hope
Excerpt from No Place But Here
Excerpt from Pedagogy of Hope
The Narrative of Freedom
Formative Years
Scholarship Student and Advanced Study
A Life in Teaching
Excerpt from Teaching to Transgress
Writing Your Teaching Story
Narrative Imagination in Teachers
Narrative in the Service of Educational Renewal
Narrative in Service of The Undivided Self
Authorship of Your Teaching Story
Journal Writing for Growth
How to Write a Teaching Story
Twenty Topics for Narrative Essays
Questions for Writing Different Types of Narratives
Books of Advice on Writing Personal Essays and Memoirs
Maintain a Sense of Mission about the Importance of Teaching
Exhibit a Love and Compassion for Students
Determine Ways to Build on Student Strengths
Exhibit a Clear Sense of Meaning and Direction
Guide Their Work with a Quest for the Worthwhile and Just
Teachers Actively Involved in Self-Education
Teachers as Enablers
The Fourth Stage
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