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Teaching Vulnerable Learners


Teaching Vulnerable Learners
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Author : Suzy Pepper Rollins
language : en
Publisher: National Geographic Books
Release Date : 2020-08-04



Teaching Vulnerable Learners written by Suzy Pepper Rollins and has been published by National Geographic Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-08-04 with Education categories.


The practices that work—and those that don’t—to reach and teach students at risk. When schools fail to address the problems of struggling students, the consequences can be dire: course failures, absenteeism, suspensions or expulsions, dropouts. Those effects continue to ripple after school with lower rates of college attendance and graduation, underemployment and lower wages, and even incarceration. Yet many of these students can experience a very different trajectory when their learning difficulties are addressed. Whether it’s a student with ADHD who has trouble sitting still, a student just arrived from the Dominican Republic who speaks no English, or a traumatized student who dissociates in class, there are strategies that have proven effective in overcoming the hurdles they face. This guide will help teachers recognize the most common barriers to learning and apply solutions that will work in their classrooms.

Teaching Vulnerable Learners Strategies For Students Who Are Bored Distracted Discouraged Or Likely To Drop Out


Teaching Vulnerable Learners Strategies For Students Who Are Bored Distracted Discouraged Or Likely To Drop Out
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Author : Suzy Pepper Rollins
language : en
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date : 2020-08-04



Teaching Vulnerable Learners Strategies For Students Who Are Bored Distracted Discouraged Or Likely To Drop Out written by Suzy Pepper Rollins and has been published by W. W. Norton & Company this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-08-04 with Education categories.


The practices that work—and those that don’t—to reach and teach students at risk. When schools fail to address the problems of struggling students, the consequences can be dire: course failures, absenteeism, suspensions or expulsions, dropouts. Those effects continue to ripple after school with lower rates of college attendance and graduation, underemployment and lower wages, and even incarceration. Yet many of these students can experience a very different trajectory when their learning difficulties are addressed. Whether it’s a student with ADHD who has trouble sitting still, a student just arrived from the Dominican Republic who speaks no English, or a traumatized student who dissociates in class, there are strategies that have proven effective in overcoming the hurdles they face. This guide will help teachers recognize the most common barriers to learning and apply solutions that will work in their classrooms.

Pedagogy Of Vulnerability


Pedagogy Of Vulnerability
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Author : Edward J. Brantmeier
language : en
Publisher: IAP
Release Date : 2020-03-01



Pedagogy Of Vulnerability written by Edward J. Brantmeier and has been published by IAP this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-03-01 with Education categories.


The purpose of this text is to elicit discussion, reflection, and action specific to pedagogy within education, especially higher education, and circles of experiential learning, community organizing, conflict resolution and youth empowerment work. Vulnerability itself is not a new term within education; however the pedagogical imperatives of vulnerability are both undertheorized in educational discourse and underexplored in practice. This work builds on that of Edward Brantmeier in Re-Envisioning Higher Education: Embodied Pathways to Wisdom and Transformation (Lin, Oxford, & Brantmeier, 2013). In his chapter, “Pedagogy of vulnerability: Definitions, assumptions, and application,” he outlines a set of assumptions about the term, clarifying for his readers the complicated, risky, reciprocal, and purposeful nature of vulnerability, particularly within educational settings. Creating spaces of risk taking, and consistent mutual, critical engagement are challenging at a moment in history where neoliberal forces impact so many realms of formal teaching and learning. Within this context, the divide between what educators, be they in a classroom or a community, imagine as possible and their ability to implement these kinds of pedagogical possibilities is an urgent conundrum worth exploring. We must consider how to address these disconnects; advocating and envisioning a more holistic, healthy, forward thinking model of teaching and learning. How do we create cultures of engaged inquiry, framed in vulnerability, where educators and students are compelled to ask questions just beyond their grasp? How can we all be better equipped to ask and answer big, beautiful, bold, even uncomfortable questions that fuel the heart of inquiry and perhaps, just maybe, lead to a more peaceful and just world? A collection of reflections, case studies, and research focused on the pedagogy of vulnerability is a starting point for this work. The book itself is meant to be an example of pedagogical vulnerability, wherein the authors work to explicate the most intimate and delicate aspects of the varied pedagogical journeys, understandings rooted in vulnerability, and those of their students, colleagues, clients, even adversaries. It is a work that “holds space.”

Understanding Nurturing And Working Effectively With Vulnerable Children In Schools


Understanding Nurturing And Working Effectively With Vulnerable Children In Schools
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Author : Angela Greenwood
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2019-08-06



Understanding Nurturing And Working Effectively With Vulnerable Children In Schools written by Angela Greenwood and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-08-06 with Education categories.


In times of increasing pressure on schools and teachers, it is essential that teachers are equipped to understand the emotional and relational factors in learning and teaching. Vulnerable and disaffected children need understanding and nurture rather than reactive management, which can easily exacerbate their difficulties, leaving them unheard and defensive, and even undermine teacher confidence and effectiveness. Understanding, Nurturing and Working Effectively with Vulnerable Children in Schools offers a comprehensive and accessible exploration of the difficulties faced by teachers and schools from at-risk and disaffected children, including repeated trauma and insecure attachment patterns. The book describes how a thoughtful ‘relationship-based’ approach can both alleviate such difficulties and offer a second chance attachment experience, enabling students to discover it might be safe to let down their all consuming defences a little; thus freeing them to begin to learn. It offers: practical suggestions in note form – making them easy to use, refer to and assimilate; numerous case examples and teacher friendly theoretical background material; a wealth of ideas for ways forward, including differentiated responses to children in the light of their particular patterns, developmental stages and unmet needs. Written from extensive professional experience, this is an essential handbook and resource book for trainers, schools, teachers and school staff, and also for educational psychologists and those in children’s services working with vulnerable children in pre and primary schools, as well as those in special schools and units.

Total Teaching


Total Teaching
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Author : Neil MacKay
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2015



Total Teaching written by Neil MacKay and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015 with categories.




Teaching In The Fast Lane


Teaching In The Fast Lane
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Author : Suzy Pepper Rollins
language : en
Publisher: ASCD
Release Date : 2017-04-06



Teaching In The Fast Lane written by Suzy Pepper Rollins and has been published by ASCD this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2017-04-06 with Education categories.


Teaching in the Fast Lane offers teachers a way to increase student engagement: an active classroom. The active classroom is about creating learning experiences differently, so that students engage in exploration of the content and take on a good share of the responsibility for their own learning. It's about students reaching explicit targets in different ways, which can result in increased student effort and a higher quality of work. Author Suzy Pepper Rollins details how to design, manage, and maintain an active classroom that balances autonomy and structure. She offers student-centered, practical strategies on sorting, station teaching, and cooperative learning that will help teachers build on students' intellectual curiosity, self-efficacy, and sense of purpose. Using the strategies in this book, teachers can strategically "let go" in ways that enable students to reach their learning targets, achieve more, be motivated to work, learn to collaborate, and experience a real sense of accomplishment.

A Guide For Ensuring Inclusion And Equity In Education


A Guide For Ensuring Inclusion And Equity In Education
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Author : UNESCO
language : en
Publisher: UNESCO Publishing
Release Date : 2017-06-05



A Guide For Ensuring Inclusion And Equity In Education written by UNESCO and has been published by UNESCO Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2017-06-05 with categories.