|Item type||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Copy||Status||Date Due|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||371.1 N532t||c.01||Available|
Includes bibliographical references.
"Undivided attention" -- Time to learn -- Where we might begin with teaching -- Getting your classroom together -- How I survived my first year -- Teaching for social justice -- How jury duty saved my career -- 12 tips for new teachers -- Confronting white privilege -- "Curriculum is everything that happens" : an interview with veteran teacher Rita Tenorio -- "How am I going to do this?" : guidelines for developing curriculum -- Dealing with standardized tests -- Reading between the bubbles : teaching students to critically examine tests -- Creating a literate and passionate community -- Making rules -- The desecration of Studs Terkel : fighting censorship and self-censorship -- How to teach controversial content and not get fired --
The power of songs in the classroom -- Field trip -- Taking multicultural, anti-racist education seriously : an interview with educator Enid Lee -- "Brown kids can't be in our club" : raising issues of race with young children -- Working effectively with English language learners -- Helping students deal with anger -- The challenge of classroom discipline-- The best discipline is good curriculum -- Teaching in the undertow -- Moving beyond tired -- Unwrapping the holidays -- Getting students off the track -- "We must act as if all children are ours" : an interview with parent activist Lola Glover -- So what is a teacher union anyway?.
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