Retracing the Journey: Teaching and Learning in an American High School (2020)

Retracing the Journey Teaching and Learning in an American High School Explores the state of the American comprehensive high school and the fiction of excellence examines the role of school in relation to the suburban middle class and addresses a number of problem areas
  • Title: Retracing the Journey: Teaching and Learning in an American High School
  • Author: Leila Christenbury
  • ISBN: 9780807748053
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • Retracing the Journey: Teaching and Learning in an American High School
    Explores the state of the American comprehensive high school and the fiction of excellence examines the role of school in relation to the suburban middle class and, addresses a number of problem areas the timing of high stakes tests, policies regarding academic regulations, the uncritical adoption of a college model, and .
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    One Reply to “Retracing the Journey: Teaching and Learning in an American High School”

    1. This is the best book about teaching that I have read in 5 years Leila, a teacher educator like me, went back to teach an honors English class in a high school and found out a lot about students she should have already known they don t read assigned readings, they are great at manipulating teachers, they are friendly until a teacher begins to push them with high expectations, and they are quite comfortable doing nothing all day, every day What is great about this book is that the author recogniz [...]

    2. This was absolutely fascinating It s a courageous book It would have been easy to accept good enough but Christenbury asks and raises great questions about American high schools today I can t wait to talk with her about it.

    3. I just got this book and can t wait to read it It must be so much easier to be a person who doesn t readey you wouldn t always have a PILE of books by your bed just tempting you to skip work, sleep, cleaning, showering, etc to read Not that I am advocating being a nonreader

    4. I saw her at NCTE Enjoyed Making the Journeyarted this one about her return to the classroomd surprise It s harder than she thought A bit well, duh

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