Turns to theories and cultural representations of psychosocial life to reflect on, and better understand, the challenges of learning in times of social strife.
Studies Plato's approach to argumentation, exploring his role as logician, rhetorician, and dialectician in a way that sees these three aspects working together.
Explores how discussion of LGBTQ+ themes in a high-school literature course can foster ethical engagement among students.
Multidisciplinary anthology on teaching issues of race and racism in US college classrooms.
Uses data collected from multiple studies to offer recommendations on best practices for use in a polarized climate.
Argues that the economic system itself is culpable in maintaining our oppressive educational status quo.
First book to offer a survey of pedagogical listening in conventional and alternative methodologies.
Provides practical applications of democratic teaching for classes in history/social studies education, multicultural and social justice education, community service and civic engagement, and education and public policy.
Shows what kind of changes college faculty make to their teaching and why they make them.
Provides insights into university partnerships with urban schools.
Explores the question of student silence from students’ perspectives and challenges the conventional wisdom about silent students.
Shows how death education can be brought from the healing professions to the literature classroom.
A Buddhist perspective on classroom teaching.
Describes the emergence of powerful fields of consciousness that influence students’ learning and personal transformation.
Analyzes how teachers attempt to translate the language of reform into pedagogical action.
Integrates the historical, cultural, political, and developmental considerations of the African American experience into a theory for the educational achievement of African American children.
This book provides new teachers with concepts and pedagogical strategies designed to enhance the unique and individual characteristics of an increasingly diverse student population.
Inquiry and Reflection shows how stories of schooling can elucidate difficult, and unexamined problems facing teachers. While professional texts tend to raise issues of power and its distribution and ...
What is it really like to be a teacher today? Teaching—The Imperiled Profession goes beyond conventional analyses, to probe the profession and various threats to its viability. Daniel L. Duke has drawn ...