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Burned in : fueling the fire to teach

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Teachers College Press, New York, p.158 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2840 .B87 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9335535

Keywords:

Teacher morale, Teaching

Abstract:

Contents: Teacher orientation / Jim Burke -- Burn on, you crazy teacher! (but where's that damn lighter?) / Michael Dunn -- Getting burned / Andy Hargreaves -- Subject love / Rosetta Marantz Cohen -- Practitioner inquiry and the messy reality of classroom practice / Curt Dudley-Marling -- Burning out in the social studies / James W. Loewen -- Re-grounded / Sam Intrator -- Open doors / Linda Nathan -- Ebb and flow: reflections on teaching in the city / Gregory Michie -- The believing game / Peter Elbow -- Five alive: why teaching is so compelling / Patricia A. Wasley -- Holding the tension of opposites / Parker Palmer -- The high school teacher as scholar? / Sam Scheer -- The world becomes what you teach: a better world through humane education / Zoe Weil -- What, you wanted an easy problem? / Kirsten Olson -- It's not on the test: a search for existential meaning in three acts -- Christopher l. Doyle -- From surviving to thriving / Sonia Nieto -- Conclusion: teachers: arsonists of the best kind / Audrey A. Friedman.

Publication Language:

eng