Teaching Passionately: What's Love Got to Do with It?

Teaching Passionately What s Love Got to Do with It Learning to Teach Teaching to Learn Passionate Pedagogy explores social foundations from multiple perspectives including theoretically collaboratively and politically It asks and answers the questio

  • Title: Teaching Passionately: What's Love Got to Do with It?
  • Author: Joan Wink
  • ISBN: 9780205389339
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • Learning to Teach Teaching to Learn Passionate Pedagogy explores social foundations from multiple perspectives, including theoretically, collaboratively and politically It asks and answers the questions What is the place of love and passion in teaching and learning In an age of standards based curriculum and assessment, what can each teacher do to maintain the joy of Learning to Teach Teaching to Learn Passionate Pedagogy explores social foundations from multiple perspectives, including theoretically, collaboratively and politically It asks and answers the questions What is the place of love and passion in teaching and learning In an age of standards based curriculum and assessment, what can each teacher do to maintain the joy of teaching and learning Concise portraits demonstrate the value of passionate pedagogy in action and vignettes of authentic classroom experience including kindergarten through higher education encourage students to connect principles and practices.

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    1 thought on “Teaching Passionately: What's Love Got to Do with It?”

    1. Well, this book was for a class (201A) that I was taking as a pre-requisite for my Alternative Licensure Program through Santa Fe Community College. There are two writers Joan and Dawn Wink. Dawn happened to be the instructor for the class I was taking. This class ends this week, but, essentially, I'm already doneI'm just waiting for others to add to the discussion, so that I can respond to the requisite three people. Anyway, the book was pretty good. I liked the active parts of it, that is, whe [...]

    2. This book would have been more helpful if I were planning to teach elementary school. What with the woo-woo aspect of the book, along with its heavy elementary school slant, I did not like this book, and I cannot recommend it.

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