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by Mary Cain Fehr,Dennis Earl Fehr

Free eBook Teach Boldly!: Letters to Teachers about Contemporary Issues in Education (Counterpoints) download ISBN: 1433104911
Author: Mary Cain Fehr,Dennis Earl Fehr
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; First printing edition (November 10, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 246
Category: Teaching and Education
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching
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Teach Boldly!: Letters t. .has been added to your Cart. Dr. Fehr’s mission as a teacher educator is to increase pre-service teachers’ global and cultural understanding and prepare them to teach effectively in diverse classrooms. Dennis Earl Fehr is School of Art faculty at Texas Tech University. He taught English, reading, and art in the public schools for ten years prior to entering the University of Illinois’ doctoral program in art education. He then accepted a position at the University of Houston, where he taught for ten more years before moving to Texas Tech.

Letters to Teachers about Contemporary Issues in Education. In today's public schools, teachers are often discouraged by the restrictions placed on them by the education system: federal mandates such as No Child Left Behind, excessive emphasis on standardized testing, pre-packaged curricula, inadequate funding, overcrowded classrooms, cultural incongruence, and social injustices.

TEACH BOLDLY! Letters to Teachers about Contemporary Issues in Education. Counterpoints publishes the most compelling and imaginative books being written in education today. Description: Counterpoints publishes the most compelling and imaginative books being written in education today. Grounded on the theoretical advances in criticalism, feminism and postmodernism in the last two decades of the twentieth century, Counterpoints engages the meaning of these innovations in various forms of educational expression.

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It is relevant to courses in foundations of education, curriculum studies, issues in education, education policy, critical pedagogy, ethics in education, school reform, and educational leadership.

This book encourages educators to teach boldly, using wisdom and courage to do what they know is best for their students despite the obstacles. It is relevant to courses in foundations of education, curriculum studies, issues in education, education policy, critical pedagogy, ethics in education, school reform, and educational leadership.

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Fehr, M. C. & Fehr, D. E. (E. (2010). Teach Boldly!: letters to teachers about contemporary issues in education. Karta e Këshillit të Evropës për edukimin për qytetari demokratike dhe për të drejtat e njeriut. Critical Issues in Education. Chapters provide opposing sides of significant contemporary issues in education.

Teach boldly! letters to teachers about contemporary issues in.Published 2010 by Peter Lang in New York Series. Counterpoints, studies in the postmodern theory of education - v. 356. Published 2010 by Peter Lang in New York. Includes bibliographical references and index. Classifications.

In today’s public schools, teachers are often discouraged by the restrictions placed on them by the education system: federal mandates such as No Child Left Behind, excessive emphasis on standardized testing, pre-packaged curricula, inadequate funding, overcrowded classrooms, cultural incongruence, and social injustices. Teachers feel thwarted from meeting the unique needs of each student, and students continue to fall between the cracks in the system. This book encourages educators to teach boldly, using wisdom and courage to do what they know is best for their students despite the obstacles. A collection of letters from leading educators and scholars to practicing and future teachers, Teach Boldly! offers advice, encouragement, and inspiration in the form of bold, innovative ideas to ignite teachers’ passion for their work in the midst of a range of discouraging situations. The book can be used as a resource for practicing teachers or as a textbook in teacher education programs. It is relevant to courses in foundations of education, curriculum studies, issues in education, education policy, critical pedagogy, ethics in education, school reform, and educational leadership.