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Ostensibly, Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong by James Loewen is a book about factual inaccuracies found in a survey of twelve popular History textbooks. That's a good hook, but unfortunately once the hook gets you the place it pulls you into is slightly different than what you might expect.4/5. This easy-to-read book encourages us to remember the reasons why we teach the way we do. 2. Teaching With Your Mouth Shut by Donald Finkel. An inspiring must-read book for teachers who are looking for ways to get out from behind the lectern in order to give students the opportunity to facilitate their own learning and become their own best.
Percival. 1/6. Salomon (Otto), Assisted by Nordendahl (Carl) and Johansson (Alfred), The Teacher's Hand-Book of Sliijd as Practised and Taught at Naas. Containing Explanations and Details of Each Exercise. Translated and Adapted for English Readers by Mary R. . The kids read, take the bus, go to a baseball game, talk trash, hang out, fight, learn and grow. This book made me want to become a teacher. 2. “You taught me language, and my profit on’t.
I am by habit a bibliophile. I read at least 25 pages of a book per day which usually turns in to books per year. I’ve written a few books myself, and plan to write more. Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong is a book by James W. Loewen, a critically examines twelve popular American high school history textbooks and concludes that the textbook authors propagate false, Eurocentric and mythologized views of American addition to his critique of the dominant historical Author: James W. Loewen.
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Teach Me, Teacher is the true story of a childhood marked by heartache—a story that may be similar to that of the children sitting in your classroom.
It’s the story that shaped Chastain into the educator he is today/5(20). “Elizabeth Green draws upon years of interviews and research as an education writer and CEO of Chalkbeat to make the case for why teaching is a craft and that it can be taught to anyone.
Her excellent book should be read for a detailed account of the history of teacher education, an international context, /5(81). By Frona Colquhoun. Book. What the Students Taught the Teacher is a delightful textbook full of teaching tips and scenarios. Frona Colquhoun relates her experiences in her search to find the best way to teach young children not only by enriching their Category: Textbook-General (Suzuki).
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Between The World And Me. Between The World And Me is “a series of letters to his teenaged son, his new memoir. Few people do more for us as a society than the teachers who work long, underpaid hours to send stronger and smarter generations out into the world.
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The Art of Classroom Inquiry: A Handbook for Teacher-Researchers by Ruth Shagoury Hubbard and Brenda Miller Power This book was considered groundbreaking when it was first published because it was one of the first books that gave readers a glimpse into the life of both teacher and student.
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Great teachers are both introspective and reflective, and Palmer’s book helps teachers to look within themselves to overcome fears and obstacles that may get in the way of great teaching.
Palmer’s novel helps you to get in touch with the spiritual side of teaching. A Place Called School. The story of one teacher's odyssey into the ethical and intellectual heart of teaching, and at the same time an invitation to teachers to more thoughtfully and carefully map their own pathways.
In conceptual and practical ways, To Teach narrates an essential journey all teachers must take if, at the end of their own Yellow Brick Roads, they are to achieve the basics: a heart, a brain, the 4/5(3).
Teachers kept giving him what they considered classics, but those middle school books had nothing to do with who he was and what he saw each day. So he never touched them. Middle school kids today are coming of age in a time when they will have more access to information than ever before but lack the tools for integration.
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From introducing complex vocabulary to applying cognitive science, books can help teachers improve their practice. Plato’s Republic, Rousseau’s Émile and Dewey’s Democracy and Education – there’s a strong case to be made, as Dennis Hayes has, that these are the only books on education that teachers need to read.
With extra time to read, and a three-month breather from school, I’m happy to pick up a book set in the classroom. At the same time, I’m still seeking an element of escapism.
The solution? A classic novel. Not all of these novels about teachers focus exclusively on teaching, but each features a teacher as the compelling central character. 1.The Teacher who Taught us to Think. 1, likes 3 talking about this.
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