Talk Matters: Refocusing the Language of Public Schooling ebook
by Beatrice S. Fennimore
Xiv, 175 pages ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-162) and index
Xiv, 175 pages ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-162) and index.
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Beatrice S. Fennimore. When mediation and equity are at odds: Potential lessons in democracy.
by Beatrice Schneller Fennimore. Published November 1999 by Teachers College Press. Fennimore has focused over 25 years of university teaching, activism, and scholarship on areas related to child advocacy, social policy, public school equity, social justice, and ias education
Student-Centered Classroom Management. Child Advocacy for Early Childhood Educators. Beatrice S. Fennimore has focused over 25 years of university teaching, activism, and scholarship on areas related to child advocacy, social policy, public school equity, social justice, and ias education. She is a professor of education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, where she teaches a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral courses. Learn more . About Beatrice S.
In: Fennimore . Goodwin A. (eds) Promoting Social Justice for Young Children. Reprints and Permissions. Personalised recommendations.
New York: Teachers College Press. Goffin, S. & Washington, V. (2007). In: Fennimore . I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. Chartering urban public school reform. New York: Teachers College Press. It’s truly become something I can always rely on and help me. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero. Dana University of Pennsylvania ‘17, Course Hero Intern.
Teaching as a Performing Art by Seymour Sarason. This remarkable book should be read and re-read by every American educator. It seems to contain solutions to all of education's problems. While the city of Reggio Emilia focuses on early childhood education, there are numerous lessons to be learned by teachers at all levels.
Realistic examples illustrate the facts. ISBN13: 9780807739020.
In this compelling volume, Beatrice Fennimore takes an original look at educational language―the language used in educational contexts and conversation―and the impact that it has on student outcomes. In exploring this topic, Fennimore addresses educational language in myriad contexts such as public schooling, teacher education programs, deficit terminology and labeling. The result is a powerful volume that inspires our thinking and impels us to consider historical resistance to equality. Seasoned with realistic examples, suggested activities to enhance understanding, and sample codes of ethics for respectful and democratic behavior in educational settings, this book has much to offer anyone interested in achieving clarity in the language of public schooling and promoting equal educational opportunity.