A Reason to Teach: Creating Classrooms of Dignity and Hope
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A Reason to Teach: Creating Classrooms of Dignity and Hope

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"I loved "A Reason to Teach. "It challenged me to think about how to infuse democratic principals into the intellectually charged reading and writing workshops that thrive in our best schools. Every thoughtful educator needs this book."
- Stephanie Harvey, coauthor of "The Comprehension Toolkit"

"This book shows why James Beane's work is so crucial to all of us. It needs to...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by Heinemann Educational Books
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I am actually cited in this book so I have to give it a 5!=) Honestly, though...James Beane has a great understanding on how to teach children, especially urban youth. He and his wife, Barb Brodhagen, have been asked to present around the world. Some governments, including New Zealand, have invited them to come and explain this way of teaching. They are both amazing and I am very fortunate to have learned from them.
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