The Influence of Teachers

The Influence of Teachers

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How can schools and teachers change to keep up with the current educational landscape, a world in which young people must learn how to ask the right questions, not merely parrot back the 'right' answers? In this urgent and insightful book, John Merrow draws on his experience as a reporter for PBS and NPR to examine this question and others, and offer possibilities and solutions for a new education system. Told through warm storytelling and compelling case studies, Merrow paints a vibrant and inspiring picture of why and how we must transform - not reform - our schools.Reflections on Teaching and Leadership John Merrow ... senior years, had done for me: I made my kids rewrite and rewrite again, as often as necessary, until their themes and essays were well-written and persuasive. I hadna#39;t learned how to be a teacher while I was in college. ... If we were writing dialogue and wanted a character to speak in incomplete sentences, we had to mark these a€œsentence errorsa€anbsp;...


Title:The Influence of Teachers
Author: John Merrow
Publisher:LM Books - 2011
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