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Powerful Classroom Stories from Accomplished Teachers / Edition 1
     

Powerful Classroom Stories from Accomplished Teachers / Edition 1

by Adrienne M. (Marilyn) Mack-Kirschner
 

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ISBN-10: 0761939121

ISBN-13: 9780761939122

Pub. Date: 01/28/2004

Publisher: SAGE Publications

National Board Certified Teachers invite us into their classrooms to witness 70 inspiring stories, reminding us that we are not only teachers, but also parents, mentors, friends, and leaders.

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National Board Certified Teachers invite us into their classrooms to witness 70 inspiring stories, reminding us that we are not only teachers, but also parents, mentors, friends, and leaders.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761939122
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
01/28/2004
Series:
1-Off Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword - Cathy R. Owens
Acknowledgments
About the Author
About the Contributors
Introduction: The Power of Story
It's Okay Not to Be Perfect - Adrienne Mack-Kirschner
As Loud as Thunder - Adrienne Mack-Kirschner
Resource
National Board Core Proposition 1: Teachers Are Committed to Students and Their Learning
Making a Difference - Christina Maffia
Christopher and Clarence - Renee A. Moore
The Hook - Carolyn Moser
Oh No, Not Her! - Kathleen Pickard
Invisible - Genevieve Bodnar
His Words, His Way - Cheri J. Mann
What Dog? - Sharon Chaney
A Student's Road to Success - William Dean
Our Journey - Odessa Cleveland
You Just Never Know - Judith A. Chalmers
From Cocoon to Butterfly: Up Close and Personal - Rosemary Fryer
The Pelican Way - Kathryn Gemmer
First Comes Love - Wendy Hacke
Success: Measured in Inches, Not Feet - Foster Walsh
Finding Miguel - Damien Riley
A Gift of Cookies - Ann Matthys Smalley
Reflection
Resources
References
National Board Core Proposition 2: Teachers Know the Subjects They Teach and How to Teach Those Subjects to Students
Rembrandt Comes in All Sizes - Kathleen A. Blake
Collect, Select, and Reflect - John Dorroh
Elementary Artist Studies - Kelly Campbell-Busby
Not Just Another Field Trip - Pamela Beery
Blueberry Stains - Kathleen Gonzalez
The Phone Call - Mark Ellis
The Forgotten Holocaust (Classroom Story) - Renee O'Brien
The Forgotten Holocaust (Poem) - Virak
An Emotional Response - Jeanne Owens
"Way Out" But Wonderful and Worth It - Marcia Harris
Even Comedians Need to Write - Maureen Robinson
Getting to Know Gina - Catherine Humphrey
Poetry Lesson - Diane Saienni Albanese
Three Pigs - Helene Hirsch
Grown-Up Language - Stephanie Penniman
Economics 101 - Helene Hirsch
Teaching Him to Read - Anthony John Vincent Griffin
Reflection
Resources
References
National Board Core Proposition 3: Teachers Are Responsible for Managing and Monitoring Student Learning
Role Model - Alfee Enciso
One Meeting You Won't Mind Attending - Patrice J. Faison
A Gram of Truth - David Feela
"Fair Is Foul, and Foul Is Fair" - Joel Kammer
A Gift of Progress - Cindy Taylor
A Lesson About Diversity From Kyle - Linda T. Johnson
Jose - David Ross
Hunger - Shelia Sutton
Finding Freddie - Macre Jay Schwartz
The Power of Words - Nicki O'Neill
Carley - Linda Hollett
Reflection
Resources
National Board Core Proposition 4: Teachers Think Systematically About Their Practice and Learn from Experience
10 Powerful Consummations of Teaching and Learning From a Reflective National Board Certified Teacher - Lynn Gannon Patterson
Quality Verbal Discourse - Olivia Herring
The Prodigal Stapler - Janet Hironaka
A Message to Keep Close at Heart - Susan Sheffield Brandon
We Are Writing - Marlene Carter
The "Unplanned" Lesson - Marta C. Findlay-Partridge
What Holly Heard: R.L. Stine in the Classroom - Stacia A. Smith
Inspire - Barbara Yvette Le Winter
Our Story - Janet Hironaka
Reflection
Resources
National Board Core Proposition 5: Teachers Are Members of Learning Communities
A Box is Not Just a Box - Tammi Bender
Teachers Are Students Too - Tammi Bender
Sharing What Works and What Doesn't Work - Claudia L. Swisher
The Importance of Partnerships - Karen M. Caruso
Taking the Lid Off: Social Studies and the Arts - Sharon Mc Cubbin
Opening the Door to Possibilities - Mary Hanson
No More Two by Four - Brenda Culp Smith
Classroom Assignment: Get on the Oprah Winfrey Show - Michael Taylor
A Collegial Approach to Teaching Art Critique - Constance M. Rogers
Lyreesha - Helene Hirsch
If I Can Think It, I Can Speak It - Kathy L. Smith
In Memoriam: Peijian, December 11, 1986 - May 5, 2003 - Kathy L. Smith
Hamburger = America - Cecelia D. Lozano
Reflection
Resources
Conclusion: Those Who Can Teach, Do
David's Rose - Rebecca Witt
Show Me the Money - Marlene Carter
Reference
Index

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