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The Resource Be the change : teacher, activist, global citizen, edited by Rita Verma ; foreward by Christine Sleeter

Be the change : teacher, activist, global citizen, edited by Rita Verma ; foreward by Christine Sleeter

Label
Be the change : teacher, activist, global citizen
Title
Be the change
Title remainder
teacher, activist, global citizen
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rita Verma ; foreward by Christine Sleeter
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
LC196
LC item number
.B4 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Verma, Rita
Series statement
Global studies in education,
Series volume
v. 1
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Critical pedagogy
  • Teaching
  • Teachers
  • Social action
  • Social justice
  • Youth
  • Jugend
  • Persönlichkeitsentwicklung
  • Soziales Engagement
  • Politisches Handeln
  • Weltbürger
Label
Be the change : teacher, activist, global citizen, edited by Rita Verma ; foreward by Christine Sleeter
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction : acknowledging activism and global citizenship in our schools and our communities / Rita Verma -- Critical education, speaking the truth, and acting back / Michael W. Apple -- Human rights and liberating education: critical mathematics in a Chicago public school / Eric (Rico) Gustein -- Teaching, organizing, and justice : tapping the resources of K-12 classroom teaching and community organizing for solidarity, praxis, and survival / David Stovall -- Mapping slippery transformative (service learning) roads / Diana Feige -- Teaching social studies through an empathic lens to understand human conflict / Nicole Lynne Bannick -- Service learning with Darius goes west / Virginia Coyne -- High school for global citizenship / Tara Ryba -- Feminist pedagogy : taking action to make change / Laraine Wallowitz -- "It has your grandmother's knowledge :" Native American legacies / Diane Caracciolo -- Harvesting victory : education, student/farmworker solidarity, and the growth of an organizing model / Melody González ... [et al.] -- Working the openings : youth participatory action research / Madeline Fox and Stephanie Andersen -- Representin' mi raza: moving beyond the barriers of gang affiliation / Rita Verma and Parveen Verma -- Gunning for school space : student activists, the military, and education policy / Brian W. Lagotte -- Students finding their voice for change : the role of student publishing and the authentic audience / Tracy Hogan -- When seagulls cry / Nick Martell -- Kenya and the political dilemma : a youth activist's perspective / Oliver Mashaka -- The dialogue project : Israeli-Palestinian dialogue / Marcia Kannry -- Child justice : students of Searington School join the global fight against child labor / Karen Kliegman, Beth Williams and Chivy Sok -- Value-based education - the OMEGA model from India / Leah Rich -- Neoliberalism and teacher struggles in post-apartheid public schools / Bekisizwe S. Ndimande -- Camp Hope Rwanda : leadership development for girls / Cheryl Baldwin -- STAND : a student anti-genocide coalition / Erin Mazursky -- Conclusion : on possible utopias and beyond / Rita Verma
Control code
637709089
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
[xi], 332 p.
Isbn
9781433107702
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010021078
System control number
(OCoLC)637709089
Label
Be the change : teacher, activist, global citizen, edited by Rita Verma ; foreward by Christine Sleeter
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction : acknowledging activism and global citizenship in our schools and our communities / Rita Verma -- Critical education, speaking the truth, and acting back / Michael W. Apple -- Human rights and liberating education: critical mathematics in a Chicago public school / Eric (Rico) Gustein -- Teaching, organizing, and justice : tapping the resources of K-12 classroom teaching and community organizing for solidarity, praxis, and survival / David Stovall -- Mapping slippery transformative (service learning) roads / Diana Feige -- Teaching social studies through an empathic lens to understand human conflict / Nicole Lynne Bannick -- Service learning with Darius goes west / Virginia Coyne -- High school for global citizenship / Tara Ryba -- Feminist pedagogy : taking action to make change / Laraine Wallowitz -- "It has your grandmother's knowledge :" Native American legacies / Diane Caracciolo -- Harvesting victory : education, student/farmworker solidarity, and the growth of an organizing model / Melody González ... [et al.] -- Working the openings : youth participatory action research / Madeline Fox and Stephanie Andersen -- Representin' mi raza: moving beyond the barriers of gang affiliation / Rita Verma and Parveen Verma -- Gunning for school space : student activists, the military, and education policy / Brian W. Lagotte -- Students finding their voice for change : the role of student publishing and the authentic audience / Tracy Hogan -- When seagulls cry / Nick Martell -- Kenya and the political dilemma : a youth activist's perspective / Oliver Mashaka -- The dialogue project : Israeli-Palestinian dialogue / Marcia Kannry -- Child justice : students of Searington School join the global fight against child labor / Karen Kliegman, Beth Williams and Chivy Sok -- Value-based education - the OMEGA model from India / Leah Rich -- Neoliberalism and teacher struggles in post-apartheid public schools / Bekisizwe S. Ndimande -- Camp Hope Rwanda : leadership development for girls / Cheryl Baldwin -- STAND : a student anti-genocide coalition / Erin Mazursky -- Conclusion : on possible utopias and beyond / Rita Verma
Control code
637709089
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
[xi], 332 p.
Isbn
9781433107702
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010021078
System control number
(OCoLC)637709089

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