Jenny's Story: Taking the Long View of the Child: Prospect's Philosophy in Action

Jenny's Story: Taking the Long View of the Child: Prospect's Philosophy in Action[KINDLE] ❅ Jenny's Story: Taking the Long View of the Child: Prospect's Philosophy in Action ❥ Patricia F. Carini – Tbjewellers.co.uk By carefully documenting how space was made for Jenny a child who didn t fit the school mold this book offers a renewed sense of human possibility and an attainable vision of what schools can be The a By carefully documenting how space was made Taking the ePUB ↠ for Jenny a child Jenny's Story: PDF \ who didn t fit the school mold this book offers a renewed Story: Taking the Kindle Ö sense of human possibility and an attainable vision of what schools can be The authors demonstrate that it is only by attending to each and every child that schooling can begin to achieve its most noble aim equality Readers are introduced to Prospect s educational philosophy and descriptive processes, with details about what the processes are and what they offer teachers, parents, and children Jenny s story is told through these processes ways of looking at children and their work that make it possible to know each child as a person, a thinker, and a learner While Jenny s journey through elementary school is the heart of the book, this is also the story of a big urban school serving many immigrant families Jenny s Story offers readers a compelling look at How teachers, staff, and the principal successfully worked with a richly diverse community What it means to ground teaching in knowledge of the particular, careful observation, and collective inquiry How to challenge school policies and mandates that work against children s well being and dignity.

Patricia F Carini is a cofounder of Taking the ePUB ↠ the Prospect School and Jenny's Story: PDF \ Prospect Archives and Center for Education and Research She began the Collections Story: Taking the Kindle Ö of Children s Works at Prospect and was instrumental in developing many of Prospect s professional development offerings She has spoken and written widely on education and democratic values.

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    Jenny's Story: Taking the Long View of the Child: be The authors demonstrate that it is only by attending to each and every child that schooling can begin to achieve its most noble aim equality Readers are introduced to Prospect s educational philosophy and descriptive processes, with details about what the processes are and what they offer teachers, parents, and children Jenny s story is told through these processes ways of looking at children and their work that make it possible to know each child as a person, a thinker, and a learner While Jenny s journey through elementary school is the heart of the book, this is also the story of a big urban school serving many immigrant families Jenny s Story offers readers a compelling look at How teachers, staff, and the principal successfully worked with a richly diverse community What it means to ground teaching in knowledge of the particular, careful observation, and collective inquiry How to challenge school policies and mandates that work against children s well being and dignity."/>
  • Paperback
  • 197 pages
  • Jenny's Story: Taking the Long View of the Child: Prospect's Philosophy in Action
  • Patricia F. Carini
  • English
  • 11 July 2019
  • 0807750514

10 thoughts on “Jenny's Story: Taking the Long View of the Child: Prospect's Philosophy in Action

  1. says:

    A truly lovely look at a philosophy of education and its enactment through the story of Jenny The Prospect processes are where we want to be in schools and life Many people, unfortunately, just don t know it.

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