Social Change in Diverse Teaching Contexts - Touchy Subjects and Routine Practices

Note moyenne 
Nancy g. Barron et Nancy m. Grimm - Social Change in Diverse Teaching Contexts - Touchy Subjects and Routine Practices.
Assumptions based on racial, class, and ethnic identities can undermine our best intentions as teachers, administrators, and scholars. The misguided strategy... Lire la suite
29,20 € Neuf
Expédié sous 2 à 4 semaines
Livré chez vous entre le 11 mars et le 25 mars
En librairie

Résumé

Assumptions based on racial, class, and ethnic identities can undermine our best intentions as teachers, administrators, and scholars. The misguided strategy of colorblindness and the continuing racial segregation of American cities and schools leave teachers and students with little experience for addressing the touchy subject of racial identity in the classroom. This collection, pertinent for teacher preparation, undergraduate and graduate seminars, and reading discussion groups, focuses on new and experienced teachers who confront myths, who negotiate their own identities as well as identity politics in the classroom, and who design new projects, use new tools, and apply new practices.
The chapters highlight the need to change how teachers respond to student work, manage classroom interactions, form collaborative partnerships, construct service-learning projects, and conduct research.

Caractéristiques

Avis libraires et clients

À propos des auteurs

The Editors : Nancy G. Barron is Assistant Professor of English at Northern Arizona University. She received her Ph.D. in rhetoric and technical communication from Michigan Technological University. Her work on confronting identity issues in higher education can be found in various professional journals. Nancy M. Grimm is Associate Professor of Humanities at Michigan Technological University where she also received her Ph.D.
in rhetoric and technical communication. She is the author of Good Intentions : Writing Center Work for Postmodern Times (1999), and she has published widely on Writing Center work in professional journals. Sibylle Gruber is Associate Professor of Rhetoric at Northern Arizona University. She received her Ph.D. in writing studies from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She is the author of Literacies, Experiences, and Technologies : Reflective Practices of an Alien Researcher (2007), and she has published widely in professional journals.

Les clients ont également aimé

Derniers produits consultés

Social Change in Diverse Teaching Contexts - Touchy Subjects and Routine Practices est également présent dans les rayons

Decitre utilise des cookies pour vous offrir le meilleur service possible. En continuant votre navigation, vous en acceptez l'utilisation. En savoir plus OK
29,20 €