Our Greatest Teaching StrategyBook - 1992
Rediscovering Hope provides educators with a new perspective on how to deal with the most difficult students¿those who no longer care, those who have lost hope for their future both in school and in life. This book provides strategies not only for keeping kids in school, but also for helping them to learn during their stay. It shows readers how to give turned-off students hope to succeed, and how to give educators hope to succeed with ¿hopeless¿ students¿first by understanding how hope was lost, then by presenting strategies to bring it back. Rediscovering Hope provides educators with a clear road map for reconnecting with alienated students while reinvigorating their own joy and confidence in the learning process. Teachers and administrators will be able to implement strategies that awaken children¿s hope and foster a sense of belonging.
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. : National Educational Service, 1992
Call Number: 371.102 C949r
Characteristics: xv, 182 p. ; 23 cm