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Perspectives on elementary education : a casebook for critically analyzing issues of diversity

Author: Stacey Neuharth-Pritchett; Beverly D Payne; Judith Campbell Reiff
Publisher: Boston : Pearson/A and B, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Neuharth-Pritchett (early childhood education, University of Georgia) presents 36 real-world cases on issues of diversity, written by teachers, administrators, social workers, and parents. Cases  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Case studies
Cas, Études de
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stacey Neuharth-Pritchett; Beverly D Payne; Judith Campbell Reiff
ISBN: 0205366619 9780205366613
OCLC Number: 52409596
Description: xx, 204 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Each chapter begins with ?? Introduction to the Chapter.?? <BR><BR><B>1. Using Diverse Cases: A Rationale and Suggested Guidelines.</B> <BR><P></P>Philosophical Basis.<P></P><P></P>Advantages of Case-Based Instruction.<P></P><P></P>The Structure of this Text.<P></P><P></P>Guidelines for the Use of Cases.<P></P><P></P>Summary.<P></P><P></P>References.<P></P><BR><BR><B>2. Culture.</B> <BR><P></P>References.<P></P><P></P>2.1 Language: A Part of Who You Are (Julia Reguero de Atiles).<P></P><P></P>2.2 Teaching English as a Second Language: A Kindergarten Teacher's Perspective (Jennifer W. Anthony).<P></P><P></P>2.3 Have Times Really Changed? (Stephanie Bales).<P></P><P></P>2.4 What One Catholic School Learned from Tom Sawyer's <I>The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn!</I> (Rachel Davis-Haley, Louis A. Castenell, Jr.).<P></P><P></P>2.5 Where Have All the Ipil-Ipil Trees Gone? Science Education Through the Politics of Poverty (Theresa Silva, Sharon E. Nichols, Deborah J. Tippins).<P></P><P></P>2.6 Domestic Discrimination (Thomas Van Soelen).<P></P><P></P>2.7 An Elementary Education Experience of Adjustment and Transition (Inore G. Mendoza).<P></P><P></P>2.8 The Teasing of Than (Thomas Van Soelen, Julie B. Van Soelen).<P></P><BR><BR><B>3. Academic Performance and Expectations.</B> <BR><P></P>References.<P></P><P></P>3.1 Hallway Math Again? (Dorothy White).<P></P><P></P>3.2 When a Gifted Student Underachieves: A Dilemma for Teachers, Parents, and Counselors (Thomas P. Hbert).<P></P><P></P>3.3 Lifting the Veil on Gender Issues (Denise S. Mewborn, Angel Abney).<P></P><P></P>3.4 Schooling Gifted Black Children: Issues of Parents and Teachers (Tarek C. Grantham, Linda A. Long).<P></P><P></P>3.5 To Retain or Not to Retain? (Matthew P. Quirk).<P></P><BR><BR><B>4. Safety and Prosocial Behaviors.</B> <BR><P></P>4.1 Teasing the Traumatized Child (Jill Barber, Mary W. Armsworth).<P></P><P></P>4.2 The Inconvenient Child (David K. Grant).<P></P><P></P>4.3 Mionda's Undergarments (Victoria Person).<P></P><P></P>4.4 You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover: Mr. Smith Confronts Drug Use Among His Students (Aaron Childers, Vicki Bunke, Tara Terry-Childers).<P></P><P></P>4.5 ?? I am not going to. . .?? (Jennifer Hargrove).<P></P><P></P>4.6 To Tell the Truth (Carson McCutcheon).<P></P><P></P>4.7 Moving on as Best We Can (Jeannelle Carlisle).<P></P><P></P>4.8 Sudden Tragedy (Michelle Graham, Sylvia Hutchinson).<P></P><BR><BR><B>5. Social Issues.</B> <BR><P></P>References.<P></P><P></P>5.1 A Trip to Reality: An ?? Everyone Story?? (Rebecca Mann).<P></P><P></P>5.2 Dealing with Dishonesty (Pat Nickell).<P></P><P></P>5.3 Ostracizing Rich (R. C. Carter).<P></P><P></P>5.4 Go on into the Hall?? You're Excused from the Celebration: Religious Observance in a Public School Classroom (Dee Russell, Paige Campbell).<P></P><P></P>5.5 The Difficult Parent (Stacy Schwartz).<P></P><P></P>5.6 Student Stress: It's 10:00 pm, Do You Know Where Your Kids Are? (P. Elizabeth Pate).<P></P><BR><BR><B>6. Special Needs.</B> <BR><P></P>6.1 Fighting for Robert (Barbara Bradley).<P></P><P></P>6.2 ?? Dr. Kent! Justin is being mean. . .?? (Linda Lord, Patricia M. Hentenaar).<P></P><P></P>6.3 A Year Full of Challenges: Teaching a Student Who Is Deaf in a Regular Classroom (Susan B. Cardin).<P></P><P></P>6.4 Chronic Illness and the Art of Juggling Medications, Instructional Activities, and Transportation (Yvette Q. Getch).<P></P><BR><BR><B>7. The Family.</B> <BR><P></P>7.1 Another New Student? Susan Jordan Looks for Help with Her High Numbers of Mobile Students (Martha Allexsaht-Snider, Nakheung Kim).<P></P><P></P>7.2 William, the Conqueror (JoAnn Marshall, Mark Barker, Kathryn Barker).<P></P><P></P>7.3 Jonathan's Story (Lola Finn).<P></P><P></P>7.4 My Brother Says You're a Fag (Paige E. Campbell, Dee Russell).<P></P><P></P>7.5 Many Faces of Homelessness (Claire E. Hamilton, Xernona J. Thomas).<P></P><BR><BR><B>Author Index.</B> <BR><BR><BR><B>Subject Index.</B> <BR>
Responsibility: Stacey Neuharth-Pritchett, Beverly D. Payne, Judith C. Reiff.

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