The Teacher's Body

The Teacher's Body
Title The Teacher's Body PDF eBook
Author Diane P. Freedman
Publisher State University of New York Press
Pages 294
Release 2012-02-01
Genre Social Science
ISBN 0791486648

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These highly personal essays from a range of academic settings explore the palpable moments of discomfort, disempowerment, and/or enlightenment that emerge when we discard the fiction that the teacher has no body. Visible and/or invisible, the body can transform both the teacher's experience and classroom dynamics. When students think the teacher's body is clearly marked by ethnicity, race, disability, size, gender, sexuality, illness, age, pregnancy, class, linguistic and geographic origins, or some combination of these, both the mode and the content of education can change. Other, less visible aspects of a teacher's body, such as depression or a history of sexual assault, can have an equally powerful impact on how we teach and learn. The collection anatomizes these moments of embodied pedagogy as unexpected teaching opportunities and examines their apparent impact on teacher-student educational dynamics of power, authority, desire, friendship, open-mindedness, and resistance.

What Happened to the Teacher’s Pet?

What Happened to the Teacher’s Pet?
Title What Happened to the Teacher’s Pet? PDF eBook
Author Charvette Yvonne Jones, EdS
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Pages 50
Release 2014-09-12
Genre Self-Help
ISBN 1499051743

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What Happened to the Teacher’s Pet? was written as an inspirational tool to motivate teachers to teach from a perspective of passion for overall student success. Too often, society is allowed to dictate the “state of our students” and cast blame for substandard performance and failure onto the students, their choices, or their abilities. This book addresses the concept of that attitude which actually does reflect leadership. It points out the truth that lies behind our students’ so-called problems and discredits some typically misguided reasons why students cannot or will not learn. All in all, this book is dedicated to encourage teachers to teach like they mean it and believe in themselves.

The Teacher's Unexpected Gift

The Teacher's Unexpected Gift
Title The Teacher's Unexpected Gift PDF eBook
Author Syndi Powell
Publisher Harlequin
Pages 237
Release 2023-12-26
Genre Fiction
ISBN 0369737172

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A surprise adventure… A forever love found With the exception of her divorce, teacher Cecily Karsten plans everything. So exactly how did annoyingly good-looking paramedic Gus Sheridan convince her to take her beloved Pops on one last road trip? Now they’re all off to Lighthouse Bay, Michigan, to find Pops’s first love. But their journey down memory lane has a few surprises in store…especially when love takes the wheel. From Harlequin Heartwarming: Wholesome stories of love, compassion and belonging.

The Philosophy of Teaching

The Philosophy of Teaching
Title The Philosophy of Teaching PDF eBook
Author Arnold Tompkins
Publisher
Pages 298
Release 1894
Genre Education
ISBN

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The Practical Teacher

The Practical Teacher
Title The Practical Teacher PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 630
Release 1885
Genre Education
ISBN

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Teaching Citizenship in the Secondary School

Teaching Citizenship in the Secondary School
Title Teaching Citizenship in the Secondary School PDF eBook
Author James Arthur
Publisher Routledge
Pages 183
Release 2013-10-18
Genre Education
ISBN 1134130570

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This text supports student teachers, NQTs and practitioners in implementing the Citizenship Order in secondary schools - to be introduced in September 2002. With a practical, clear focus, the authors provide an intellectual challenge; argument and evidence to help the reader come to an informed view on the complex and controversial issues in each chapter; well-focused examples; and strategies for use in the classroom.

Primary Teaching Skills

Primary Teaching Skills
Title Primary Teaching Skills PDF eBook
Author E. C. Wragg
Publisher Routledge
Pages 218
Release 2002-11
Genre Education
ISBN 113488897X

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An enlightening and comprehensive guide to the skills required of today's primary teachers. Chapters cover explaining new topics, questioning, facing new classes and problems with supply teachers.