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Teaching for real change in a changing world

Carol Miller Lieber

Teaching for real change in a changing world

an annotated bibliography of "best" books and resources for K-12 educators.

by Carol Miller Lieber

  • 119 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by CIVITAS Associates in St. Louis, MO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International education -- Bibliography.,
  • Conflict management -- Study and teaching -- Bibliography.,
  • Multicultural education -- Bibliography.,
  • Educational change -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Compiled by Carol Miller Lieber, Tawna Ledesma, and Rachel Steffen.

    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsLedesma, Tawna., Steffen, Rachel.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16606870M

    review, ‘Teaching and Learning for a Changing World,’ has been prepared. It focuses on the published, peer-reviewed academic literature related to the qualities of teaching and learning that are valued and needed in international schools. It has been written by Mallory Perry Ed.M. and edited by Christina Hinton Ed.D., with contributions by. Praise for Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Change “Should be in all libraries!”—Noelle D., army wife and mommy blogger, Jumpin Beans blog “Reviewer’s Choice.”—Midwest Book Review “These true stories of children making significant change in their communities and countries will convince your students that one person can make a difference.

    Kids all around the world are doing something every day to change the world. Here are the stories of 45 of them. Whether it's in United States or Canada, Russia or Australia, China or Argentina, there are young people working hard to make the world a better place. They are schoolgirls trying to save the last bogs and wild pods in Hungary/5(5).   If we want major change in the education system, then future teachers will have to strive to be the highest-quality teachers and teach in all sorts of schools with all types of students. The rest relies on the government, but we, as teachers, need to take stand and give all children the potential to change the : Maren Johnson.

      We change the future by changing what we teach the next generation. At its core, our work at All Our Kin is about changing the way we think about and value children and their : Ashoka. Teaching for Change helped bring noted authors to host readings, discussions and book signings, including Alice Walker, Howard Zinn, Cornel West, Ronald Takaki, Michelle Alexander, Melissa Harris-Perry, John Sayles, Nikki Giovanni, Bob Moses, Juan Gonzalez, Ralph Nader, Taylor Branch, Dave Zirin, Naomi Klein, Tariq Ali, Clarence Lusane, Marita Golden, Charles E. Cobb Jr., Bernie Sanders, Area served: United States.


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