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Vol. 18, No. 2: Teachers’ Voices in Today’s Schools— Why Are They Critical?

July 01, 2009

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April 2009


Nancy Nagel and Greg Smith

Yes, We Can
A Conversation With John Goodlad

Listening with Compassion: Co-Creating Multicultural Awareness Through Personal Narrative and Personal Encounters With Diversity
Anne Dahlman, Patricia Hoffman, Maurella Cunningham, and Deborah Jesseman

Resisting Silence: Two Approaches for Teacher Self-Empowerment
Adam Howard and Bruce Parker

The Battle at the Ampersand: Instructional Autonomy and the Teaching Profession
Allen Trent

Teacher as Artist, Intellectual, and Citizen: Using a Critical Framework in Teacher Professional Development That Empowers Voice and Transforms Practice
Jenice L. View and Elizabeth K. DeMulder

Teacher Files
On Being Heard: Ten Strategies for Classroom Teachers
Greta Freeman

Activist Teaching Through Democratic Empowerment
Tony L. Talbert

Teaching For and About Democracy, Including Its Flaws
Paul Orlowski

Find Your Voice, Shape Their Future
Laurie Thurston

Organized Teachers’ and Students’ Voices: A Perspective From Adult Education
David Greene

Book Reviews
Spectacular Things Happen Along the Way: Lessons From An Urban Classroom
By Brian Schultz
Reviewed by Katy Swalwell

Doing Democracy: Striving for Political Literacy and Social Justice
Edited by Paul R. Carr and Darren E. Lund
Reviewed by Peter J. Nelsen

Those Who Dared: Five Visionaries Who Changed American Education
Edited by Carl Glickman

Reviewed by Mary Powell

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