Finding Freedom In The Classroom by Patricia H. Hinchey

Genre : Education
Editor : Peter Lang
Release : 2010
ISBN-13 : 1433108801
Hardcover : 154 Pages


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Since its introduction in 1998, Finding Freedom in the Classroom has impacted countless educators and preservice teachers by providing provocative questions about taken-for-granted educational routines as well as an alternative, imaginative view of what classrooms might become. This revised edition brings the conversation to the present day with contemporary examples and references to the best current thinking and writing on relevant issues. By defining terms in everyday language and demonstrating their relevance to everyday life in and out of the classroom, the book demystifies such formidable concepts as hegemony, epistemology, and praxis for readers with little or no background in educational philosophy. Each chapter in this edition ends with several thought-provoking discussion questions and an annotated list of suggestions for further reading, which together provide a sturdy bridge between the theoretical and the practical. Finding Freedom in the Classroom can help teachers both imagine and build new classroom worlds, empowering students and teachers alike to actively shape - rather than passively accept - their fates.

Anger In The Classroom by Glenn Nystrup M. S.

Genre : Self-Help
Editor : Epigraph Publishing
Release : 2019-04
ISBN-13 : 1948796619
Hardcover : 226 Pages


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Anger can be a highly destructive force in classrooms and for individuals, both teacher and student. With appropriate effort and knowledge, anger, whether of the fiery flavor or the quiet insidious type, can be addressed and disarmed.

Finding Freedom by Sara MacDonald

Genre : Family & Relationships
Editor : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release : 2008
ISBN-13 : 9780773574793
Hardcover : 169 Pages


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Combining a detailed study of Hegel's political philosophy with close readings of two important literary works that help clarify his thought, MacDonald traces the historical development of an enduring link between personal lives and stable political communities. While Sophocles' Antigone highlights the tension in states that deny the interests of their citizens, MacDonald shows that Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream offers an alternative image, one that sees freedom for all as essential to an ethical family and state and is consistent with Hegel's thought in both the Phenomenology of Spirit and The Philosophy of Right.

Finding Freedom by C.M. Wolfe

Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Editor : AuthorHouse
Release : 2018-04-20
ISBN-13 : 9781546216322
Hardcover : 100 Pages


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This is the dramatic real life story of Celeste: A woman, who from a very early age, was tormented with severe physical and mental abuse. As she grows up into a young troubled adult, her haunting past leads her into the self-destructive choices of drug abuse, sexual immorality, depression and the endless looking for love in all the wrong places. Believing she can find and fill the empty void within herself she searches for years, her years turning into decades, all the while gaining chain after chain of sin sick bondage. Finally, at the end of her rope, filled with rage and sorrow..no hope in sight, she bitterly slips into the abyss of insanity which leads her into attempts to end her own life never realizing that God has a magnificent plan for her waiting just around the bend Celestes story is a powerful testimony that no one is ever too far gone for redemption. That healing and restoration are always possible through the forgiving grace of our merciful Father in Heaven, who sent His Son, Jesus Christ to break our chains of bondage. (He, who the Son sets free, is FREE INDEED! John 8:36) You will laugh.you will cry.and you will celebrate with Celeste as she shares her journey back home into Gods loving embrace.

Henry S Freedom Box by Ellen Levine

Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Editor : Scholastic Inc.
Release : 2016-03-29
ISBN-13 : 9781338082654
Hardcover : 40 Pages


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A stirring, dramatic story of a slave who mails himself to freedom by a Jane Addams Peace Award-winning author and a Coretta Scott King Award-winning artist.Henry Brown doesn't know how old he is. Nobody keeps records of slaves' birthdays. All the time he dreams about freedom, but that dream seems farther away than ever when he is torn from his family and put to work in a warehouse. Henry grows up and marries, but he is again devastated when his family is sold at the slave market. Then one day, as he lifts a crate at the warehouse, he knows exactly what he must do: He will mail himself to the North. After an arduous journey in the crate, Henry finally has a birthday -- his first day of freedom.

Finding Freedom by Emily Mofield

Genre : Education
Editor :
Release : 2015-10-15
ISBN-13 : 1618214918
Hardcover : 150 Pages


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Finding Freedom invites students to follow America's journey in defining how freedom has evolved from multiple perspectives, conflicts, ideas, and challenges. This unit, developed by Vanderbilt University's Programs for Talented Youth, features close readings of some of the most famous American political speeches from presidents and notable Americans, who make arguments for personal freedom, freedom for all, and protecting freedom. Students will learn to evaluate speeches for effective rhetorical techniques and analyze how the writer develops his or her argument through claims, supporting evidence, techniques, and appeals. Lessons provide opportunities for students to make interdisciplinary connections and sharpen their historical thinking skills. Students synthesize their learning by comparing speeches to each other and to contemporary issues today. The unit features speeches from Patrick Henry, Frederick Douglass, and Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lincoln, Kennedy, Johnson, Reagan, George W. Bush, Obama, and others.

Finding Freedom by Connie Rose Porter

Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Editor : American Girl: Beforever
Release : 2014
ISBN-13 : 1609584147
Hardcover : 161 Pages


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Addy's family is planning to escape from slavery, but before they can go, her father and brother are sold away and when Addy and her mother decide to run, they have to leave Addy's baby sister behind.

Action Research Primer by Patricia H. Hinchey

Genre : Education
Editor : Peter Lang
Release : 2008
ISBN-13 : 0820495271
Hardcover : 133 Pages


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Despite the fact that publishers and policy-makers have had increasing influence over classrooms, it is the teacher who must make decisions on a minute-by-minute basis about what will help specific students learn. Similarly, local administrators must make key decisions at the school and district level that will best serve particular communities of teachers, students, and parents. Action research offers educators and other stakeholders a systematic way to research and reflect on specific students, classrooms, schools, and communities in order to solve local problems and improve local conditions. This book offers an overview of various definitions and perspectives on action research without prescribing any single approach. Instead, key questions are explored: Who conducts action research? Why? How? Possible answers sketch the many types of possible projects, ranging from an individual teacher trying to improve the experience of a particular student to a group of educators and community members striving to improve local socioeconomic conditions. The Action Research Primer presents an accessible but comprehensive introduction to the field, providing a basic compass and map for the interested practitioner. Chapters include a brief historical overview, an introduction to competing research paradigms, discussion of key issues that inform project design, a serviceable guide to process, and an extensive list of resources pointing to more detail on the many categories, communities, and publication outlets of action research.

Creating Critical Classrooms by Mitzi Lewison

Genre : Education
Editor : Routledge
Release : 2008
ISBN-13 : STANFORD:36105131721115
Hardcover : 360 Pages


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Critical literacy practices encourage students to use language to question the everyday world, interrogate the relationship between language and power, analyse popular culture and media, understand how power relationships are socially constructed, and consider actions that can be taken to promote social justice.

Becoming A Critical Educator by Patricia H. Hinchey

Genre : Education
Editor : Peter Lang
Release : 2004
ISBN-13 : 0820461490
Hardcover : 168 Pages


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Many American educators are all too familiar with disengaged students, disenfranchised teachers, sanitized and irrelevant curricula, inadequate support for the neediest schools and students, and the tyranny of standardizing testing. This text invites teachers and would-be teachers unhappy with such conditions to consider becoming critical educators - professionals dedicated to creating schools that genuinely provide equal opportunity for all children. Assuming little or no background in critical theory, chapters address several essential questions to help readers develop the understanding and resolve necessary to become change agents. Why do critical theorists say that education is always political? How do traditional and critical agendas for schools differ? Which agenda benefits whose children? What classroom and policy changes does critical practice require? What risks must change agents accept? Resources point readers toward opportunities to deepen their understanding beyond the limits of these pages.