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Cottle, Thomas J. – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
This article offers yet another look at the challenge of teaching, in this case through the eyes of writers like John Passmore, Michael Novak, and Emmanuel Levinas. It is an attempt to combine the fundamental qualities of good teaching as set forth by Passmore, with the notion of "caritas", literally meaning willing the good of the other, and the…
Descriptors: Democracy, Ideology, Political Issues, Ethics
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Katch, Jane – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
Many adults are afraid of boys' play today, believing that the aggression that is so common in boys' fantasies is dangerous and might make them become violent men. This personal reflection describes the importance of multiage play in showing little boys how to become big boys while encouraging empathy and emotional growth in older boys. The author…
Descriptors: Play, War, Empathy, Males
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Kellum, Ronald – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
The end of World War II was imminent by July of 1945 when 80-year-old progressive educator Flora Cooke of Chicago criticized Senator Theodore Bilbo of Mississippi for filibustering a bill that provided oversight in the government's awarding of military contracts and in its hiring practices. He interpreted the bill as a threat to the South's…
Descriptors: Legislators, War, Racial Factors, African Americans
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Mackenzie, Sarah V.; Marnik, George F. – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
In order to meet the needs of evolving school leaders, university professors and others who provide professional development must rethink and expand their roles. Based on experiences as instructors in a leadership development program, the authors had the opportunity to explore and understand more fully how leaders grow. This article describes our…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Leadership Training, Adult Learning, Adult Students
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Hirsch, Miriam – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
This article follows the author's research on the integration of an aesthetic arts initiative in a private elementary school with an established traditional arts program. The narrative describes the sequence of events, interpersonal interactions, and learning experiences in the format of a full-length dramatic performance. Informed by Ben Peretz's…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Aesthetic Education, Educational Environment, Integration Studies
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Williams, Rufus – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
The president of the Chicago Board of Education reflects on the career trajectory that led him to his current position.
Descriptors: Reflection, Boards of Education, Public Officials, Evaluation
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Lam, Bick Har – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
Two decades after I left teaching primary school for a university career, I observed students and teachers in a mainstream primary school in Hong Kong. There were three main student communities within the school. Those who were labeled extremely low achievers were taught in a small class of not more than 12; these students were taught a curriculum…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Discipline Problems, Low Achievement, Academic Achievement
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Knoester, Matthew – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
In this essay, the author describes his understanding and experience with descriptive review processes, as developed by Patricia Carini (Himley 2000) and members of the Prospect Center in North Bennington, VT. The author critically reviews the benefits and limitations of using descriptive review as a form of assessment of students, teaching…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Essays, Student Evaluation, Educational Practices
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Crowley, Christopher B. – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
This essay is a descriptive review of the child. It was written in preparation for a collaborative, inquiry-based protocol that was developed at the Prospect School in North Bennington, VT. Focusing on Aisha, a twelfth-grade student, this descriptive review discusses the following: physical presence and gesture, disposition and temperament,…
Descriptors: Grade 12, Essays, Cooperation, Reflection
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Hawkes, T. Elijah – Schools: Studies in Education, 2008
Adolescent willing and desiring is pervasive in mainstream American culture. The result is that America's youth is drowning in itself, in the immaturity, impulsiveness, and pastlessness of our dominant culture. Listening to the voices of youth caught in this crisis, and drawing from the observations of thinkers such as Nietzsche, Erikson, Baldwin,…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Student Attitudes, Student Motivation, Culture
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Green, Connie – Schools: Studies in Education, 2007
In this article, the author, a university faculty member, shares her experience of teaching young children as she tries to see if she can practice the ideas she has been advocating to university students. She narrates how she adjusted her classroom routines as Alex, a new child student, arrived. She demonstrates how she and her assistant manage…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, College Faculty, Young Children, Classroom Techniques
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Tieman, John Samuel – Schools: Studies in Education, 2007
This is a paper by an educator for other educators. This article is informed by psychoanalytic theory, although it is not about psychoanalysis. The hope for this paper is that it will inform teachers about shaming in the context of child and adolescent development--the child's as well as the teacher's own development. Shaming is not a solo. It's a…
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Psychological Patterns, Teacher Behavior, Teacher Student Relationship
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Cottle, Thomas J. – Schools: Studies in Education, 2007
In this article, the author reflects on Bert Cohler's essay "Desire, Teaching and Learning" and relates it to his teacher, Miss Anna Freud's story. The author asks whether it is possible that what one sees and hears, and encounters as teacher is only partially what is really out there in one's classroom and in the heads of one's students and…
Descriptors: Psychiatry, Teachers, Moral Development, Ideology
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Allen, Danielle S. – Schools: Studies in Education, 2007
The famous photo of Hazel Bryan jeering at Elizabeth Eckford as a mob helped drive Elizabeth from Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, on September 4, 1957, compels meditation on the nature of democratic politics. This scene is commemorative of the Little Rock events where school segregation was rampant. The author believes that the photo…
Descriptors: Citizenship, Political Attitudes, School Segregation, Democracy
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Warren, Earl – Schools: Studies in Education, 2007
This article explains the court decision on the "Brown v. Board of Education" lawsuit. In this case, there are findings that the Negro and white schools involved have been equalized, or are being equalized, with respect to buildings, curricula, qualifications and salaries of teachers, and other "tangible" factors. The Court…
Descriptors: Equal Education, State Legislation, Court Litigation, Educational Facilities
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