Controversies in the Classroom: A Radical Teacher Reader

Controversies in the Classroom: A Radical Teacher Reader

Controversies in the Classroom: A Radical Teacher Reader ★ [PDF / Epub] ☄ Controversies in the Classroom: A Radical Teacher Reader By Joseph B. Entin ✪ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk This book features the most important and exciting writing from the past years of Radical Teacher magazine Focusing on the personal experience of teachers and the practical realities of teaching, the the Classroom: PDF ↠ This book features the most important and exciting writing from Controversies in MOBI :å the pastyears of Radical Teacher magazine Focusing on the personal experience in the Classroom: Kindle Ï of teachers and the practical realities of teaching, the essays cover Teaching About War Teaching About Globalization Teaching About Race, Ethnicity, and Language Teaching About Gender and Sexualities and Threats to Public Education Testing, Tracking, and Privatization This is a must read for all teachers who are committed to creative pedagogy and social justiceContributors Bernadette Anand, Nancy Barnes, Lilia I Bartolom , Bill Bigelow, Lawrence Blum, Marjorie Feld, Michelle Fine, H Bruce Franklin, Stan Karp, Kevin K Kumashiro, Pepi Leistyna, Arthur MacEwan, Sarah Napier, Bob Peterson, Nicole Polier, Patti Capel Swartz, Maria Sweeney, Rita Verma, and Kathleen Weiler.


10 thoughts on “Controversies in the Classroom: A Radical Teacher Reader

  1. Katherine Katherine says:

    Starts off promising, but ultimately turns into how to force your political views down kids throats Also, like all teachers, I m looking for practical applications and lessons that I can easily apply to my classroom The first chapter starts out with a great lesson that could easily be applied in the classroom After that, however, the chapters becomelecture based and theoretical and lose the practical how to implement part that is so invaluable to busy teachers The authors make Starts off promising, but ultimately turns into how to force your political views down kids throats Also, like all teachers, I m looking for practical applications and lessons that I can easily apply to my classroom The first chapter starts out with a great lesson that could easily be applied in the classroom After that, however, the chapters becomelecture based and theoretical and lose the practical how to implement part that is so invaluable to busy teachers The authors make some good points about the evils of globalization, ongoing discrimination, etc., and these topics are certainly worth considering with students As a teacher tool, however, I don t feel that the book is effective because teachers simply don t have time to wade through all the theory, and then figure out how to design a complex unit plan based on those theories, and then, of course, tackle the challenge of integrating it into the standard curriculum


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