Teacher with a Heart: Reflections on Leonard Covello and Community
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Teacher with a Heart: Reflections on Leonard Covello and Community

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Vito Perrone invites you on an inspirational journey into Leonard Covello's classic memoir, The Heart Is the Teacher (1958). This premier volume in Herbert Kohl's new Between Teacher and Text Series is a unique account of how one of today's most respected voices in educational reform has been touched and changed by an extraordinary reformer from the past.
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Published October 1st 1998 by Teachers College Press
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Sarah
I had to read it for grad school.... and I really enjoyed it. Split into two parts; one half is Covello's life story, and the other half is educational theory by Perrone. Fantastic portrait/insight about the key themes present in urban education.
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