19 Urban Questions19 Urban Questions



The second edition of 19 Urban Questions: Teaching in the City adds new questions to those in the original volume. Continuing the developing conversation in urban education, the book is provocative in style and rich in detail.

Author: Shirley R. Steinberg

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 1433108860

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The second edition of 19 Urban Questions: Teaching in the City adds new questions to those in the original volume. Continuing the developing conversation in urban education, the book is provocative in style and rich in detail. Emphasizing the complexity of urban education, Shirley R. Steinberg and the authors ask direct questions about what urban teachers need to know. Their answers are guaranteed to generate both classroom discussion and discourse in the field for years to come. The book not only addresses questions pertaining directly to today's urban schools, but poses new ones for discussion, teacher education, and urban school research. Steinberg has gathered an impressive cadre of teacher/scholars who are engaged in a socially just urban pedagogy.

19 Urban Questions19 Urban Questions



Grappling with many of the same issues raised by concerns over a rigorous and just urban education vis - à - vis a pedagogy of low expectations , Alma Rubal - Lopez in her chapter in this book answers questions about bilingual education ...

Author: Joe L. Kincheloe

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015059572258

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Annotation "19 Urban Questions: Teaching in the City, the definitive overview of urban education, is provocative in style and rich in detail. Emphasizing the complexity of urban education, Steinberg, Kincheloe, and the authors ask direct questions about what urban teachers need to know. Their answers are guaranteed to generate both classroom discussion and discourse in the field for years to come. This is a volume that should be used in every school of education. Important topics include: difference in urban education; motives for teaching in city settings; understanding and dealing with drop-outs; the role of counseling in urban schools; identifying resistance in urban settings; gangs and gang membership; evaluation and assessment; unique issues relating to disabilities; bilingual education; unique issues in urban literacy; urban students and the writing process; technology in urban classrooms; the value of teaching science in urban settings; the role of aesthetics in city schools; health risks among city students; understanding the urban family.

Sketches in DemocracySketches in Democracy



Patricia B. Kopetz, Anthony J . Lease, and Bonnie Z. Warren-Kring, Comprehensive Urban Education (Boston: Pearson, 2006). 4. Katia Goldfarb, “Who Is Included in the Urban Family?” in 19 Urban Questions: Teaching in the City, ed.

Author: Lisa DeLorenzo

Publisher: R&L Education

ISBN: 9781610483032

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Sketches of Democracy is a captivating book that chronicles the first year in the life of a new urban high school. Based on journal entries and educational literature, this book traces the author’s challenging journey toward creating a democratic community of learners within a tangle of socio-economic and political issues. An experienced public school teacher and university educator, DeLorenzo brings a unique perspective to the teaching/learning process. Her poignant anecdotal stories, along with information from authoritative sources, provide a narrative that is deeply reflective and affecting. This book is a must-read for teachers, teacher candidates, and teacher educators who share a passion for teaching those on the margins of society.

Rethinking Technology in Schools PrimerRethinking Technology in Schools Primer



"Among the many challenges facing public schooling in the United States is the often irrelevant usage of technology in the classroom - in ways that support the textbook and computer industries more than student learning and achievement.

Author: Vanessa Elaine Domine

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 0820488003

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Page: 164

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"Among the many challenges facing public schooling in the United States is the often irrelevant usage of technology in the classroom - in ways that support the textbook and computer industries more than student learning and achievement. This primer reframes the longstanding debate about instructional technology in school classrooms and challenges the reader to think more critically and conscientiously about the fundamental communication and technological processes that mediate learning and ultimately define education. The primer offers educators at all levels a three-dimensional map for exploring the philosophical, pedagogical, and practical uses of technology to serve rather than subvert the public purposes of education in a democracy."--BOOK JACKET.

When Treating All the Kids the SAME Is the REAL ProblemWhen Treating All the Kids the SAME Is the REAL Problem



273–317). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution. KincheloeJ. L. (2004). Why a book on urban education? In SteinbergS., & KincheloeJ. (Eds.), 19 urban questions: Teaching in the city (pp. 1–32). New York, NY: Peter Lang. KincheloeJ.

Author: Kendra Johnson

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781483320038

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Empowered solutions to close the achievement gap start here! This original, solution-oriented guide for school leaders helps to serve children of color, children from low-income families, and other marginalized student groups. Practical implementation strategies and tools assist school leaders to methodically tackle the challenges of equity-driven reform and: Understand the root cause of the racial-achievement gap Take concrete actions to transform the educational process Use daily, real-time data to determine effective teaching and learning practices Includes reflective-discussion questions and case studies. Accelerate the achievement of underserved students with this transformative book!

Poverty and food insecurity during COVID 19 Evidence from the COVID 19 Rural and Urban Food Security Survey RUFSS June and July 2020 roundPoverty and food insecurity during COVID 19 Evidence from the COVID 19 Rural and Urban Food Security Survey RUFSS June and July 2020 round



Income and poverty findings Figure 1 displays responses to a question about the major impacts of COVID-19 on the respondent's household, stratified by rural and urban samples. Responses can broadly be categorized as economic, social, ...

Author: Headey, Derek D.

Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst

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The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a global economic crisis from which very few countries will be spared. As a result of few COVID-19 cases, a relatively short-lived lockdown, and economic momentum prior to COVID-19, Myanmar is one of the few developing countries that the World Bank (2020) forecasts will not go into recession in 2020 – a very modest expansion of just 0.87 percent is forecast. A Social Accounting Matrix multiplier analysis by IFPRI projected a 0.50 percent expansion under a fast economic recovery scenario, but a 2.00 percent contraction under a slow economic recovery scenario (Diao et al., 2020). The IFPRI study projects massive declines in GDP across a range of sectors during lockdown periods, including large increases in unemployment (5 million during the lockdown period) and declines in household income of 20 to 30 percent for April to June, albeit with fast recovery thereafter.

Classroom TeachingClassroom Teaching



This is a smart book on the nature of teaching and how to do it well. There is no other book like it.

Author: Joe L. Kincheloe

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 082047858X

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Page: 416

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Classroom Teaching: An Introduction provides both prospective and practicing educators with a provocative examination of some of the most practical concerns of teaching. Topics include classroom management, effective and creative teaching methods, classroom violence, motivation, legal issues of teaching, technology, diversity, and parental involvement in their children's educational progress. Throughout this volume, special attention is given to respect for the profession and to the capacity for self-direction among educators. Both practical and visionary, Classroom Teaching: An Introduction examines the challenges of today's classroom new and exciting ways and engages teachers with questions involving educational purpose, curriculum development, contemporary educational politics, the various contexts in which schooling takes place, and the conceptual frameworks on which teachers can ground their teaching. This is a smart book on the nature of teaching and how to do it well. There is no other book like it.

Critical Practice in P 12 Education Transformative Teaching and LearningCritical Practice in P 12 Education Transformative Teaching and Learning



Educational Psychology Review, 19, 141–184. Katz, P. (1982). Development of children's racial awareness and ... In S. R. Steinberg & J. L. Kincheloe (Eds.), 19 urban questions: Teaching in the city (pp. 1–28). New York: Peter Lang.

Author: Lawrence, Salika A.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466650602

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Page: 317

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"This book presents a framework for teaching that empowers students, fosters literacy development, and explains the underlying factors that influence pedagogy, highlighting practices from around the globe"--

Advancing Equity and Achievement in America s Diverse SchoolsAdvancing Equity and Achievement in America s Diverse Schools



Steinberg, S. R. and Kincheloe,J. L. (2004) 19 Urban Questions. New York, NY: Peter Lang. Tharp, R. G. and Gallimore, R. (1988) Rousing Minds to Life: Teaching, Learning, and Schooling in Social Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University ...

Author: Camille M. Wilson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136202148

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Advancing Equity and Achievement in America’s Diverse Schools illustrates how educators, students, families and community partners can work in strategic ways to build on social, cultural, and ethnic diversity to advance educational equity and achievement. By drawing on the latest data on demographic change, constructions of culture and cultural difference, and the politics of school reform in urban, rural, and suburban school communities, this volume looks toward solutions and strategies for meaningful educational improvement. Contributors consider both the diversity of youth and families served in public schools, and the culture of U.S. schooling, highlighting the influence of policy and reform agendas; students’ identities and agency; experiences and approaches of diverse educators; and the workings of effective school partnerships. Chapters also focus on those often overlooked in educational scholarship such as Native Americans, students experiencing poverty and/or homelessness, Muslim students, students with special needs, and students and educators who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, or queer. In all, this edited collection stresses the need for high quality education that is inclusive, culturally responsive and unifying so all students can experience academic success. This book is a meaningful resource for educators, policymakers, and community-based leaders interested in doing such transformative work.

Knowledge Pedagogy and PostmulticulturalismKnowledge Pedagogy and Postmulticulturalism



InEncyclopedia onDisability, vol. 4, edited by G. A. Albrecht, 1488–92. Thousand Oaks, CA:Sage. Ware, L., and J. Valle. 2010. “How Do We Begin a Conversation on Disability Studies in Education?” In 19 Urban Questions: Teaching in the ...

Author: Gay Wilgus

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137275905

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This volume identifies, problematizes, and discusses issues specific to the design of educational programs for teacher candidates from working class, ethnic- and language-minority, and immigrant backgrounds, taking as its starting point the distinctive, complex perspectives that these candidates bring to the university classroom.