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Teachers Organizing for Change: Making Literacy Learning Everybody's Business

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Author(s): Cathy Fleischer

This book offers teachers and teacher educators a practical, hands-on guide to effecting positive change in their own learning communities and in the larger social community. Winner of the Richard Meade Award for Research in English Education

Level(s): Elementary, Middle

ISBN/ISSN: 0-8141-4999-5

Stock No.: 49995

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Winner of the Richard Meade Award for Research in English Education

Teachers Organizing for Change: Making Literacy Learning Everybody’s Business offers teachers and teacher educators a practical, hands-on guide to effecting positive change in their own learning communities and in the larger social community. By drawing on the experience of teachers who have found their own ways to reach out and by adapting the wisdom of community organizers, Fleischer provides teachers with a realistic, step-by-step model for doing what community activists do so well: offering a new mindset to people—about curriculum, about teachers, and about what we know works in the classroom. The book features numerous real-life examples, scenarios, and adaptable materials from community activists and teachers.

 

224 pp. 2000. Grades 3–8. ISBN 0-8141-4999-5.
No. 49995

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