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eBook Building a Culture of Hope: Enriching Schools With Optimism and Opportunity (School Improvement Strategies for Overcoming Student Poverty and Adversity) ePub

eBook Building a Culture of Hope: Enriching Schools With Optimism and Opportunity (School Improvement Strategies for Overcoming Student Poverty and Adversity) ePub

by Robert Barr,Emily L. Gibson

  • ISBN: 1936764628
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Robert Barr,Emily L. Gibson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Solution Tree (May 13, 2013)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1731 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1335 kb
  • Other: docx lit azw lrf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 878

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A Culture of Hope provides a blueprint for schools wanting to meet the social/emotional needs of youth placed at risk

A Culture of Hope provides a blueprint for schools wanting to meet the social/emotional needs of youth placed at risk. While the importance of meeting students’ social/emotional needs is clearly supported in the literature and in the media, teachers and administrators may need help in determining where and how to start. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

Enriching Schools With Optimism and Opportunity (School Improvement Strategies for Overcoming Student .

Enriching Schools With Optimism and Opportunity (School Improvement Strategies for Overcoming Student Poverty and Adversity). The authors draw from their own experiences working with high-poverty, high-achieving schools to illustrate how to support students with an approach that considers social as well as emotional factors in education. Education Nonfiction.

Building a Culture of Hope: Enriching Schools With Optimism and Opportunity draws on authors Robert D. Barr and Emily L. Gibson’s work with high-poverty, high-p. erforming schools across the United States to explain how the failure of our schools, evidenced in high dropout rates and low morale among teachers and students, can be reversed by an approach that pays close. attention to social and emotional factors in education

Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising . Effective book for ANY kind of teacher

Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement. There is an opportunity for building leaders to utilize this material to provide professional development on changing classroom culture and, in effect, changing school culture. Jacque Wyant, Principal, Marshalltown High School, Iowa. Effective book for ANY kind of teacher. I'm a high school special education teacher, and I find this very helpful for students in poverty, but also with my students with special needs.

book by Robert D. Barr. Discover a school-improvement blueprint for teaching resilience and turning low-performing schools into cultures of hope.

Sowing Seeds of Hope. Robert D. Gibson . Schools that build a culture of hope focus on developing strong relationships among students and between students and staff. In these schools, the motto is, "We treat our students just like we would treat our own kids. Schools that build a culture of hope help students explore the world of work and careers and think about who they are and what they want to do with their lives.

Strategies for Teachers to Develop Positive Relationships With Students . Building a trusting relationship with your students can be both challenging and time-consuming. Great teachers become masters at it in time. They will tell you that developing solid relationships with your students is paramount in fostering academic success. It is essential that you earn your students’ trust early on in the year. However, most teachers can overcome a deficiency in this area by implementing a few simple strategies into their classroom on a daily basis. Here are some strategies to try. Provide Structure.

Research demonstrates that children of poverty need more than just academic instruction to succeed. Discover a school-improvement blueprint for teaching resilience and turning low-performing schools into cultures of hope. The authors draw from their own experiences working with high-poverty, high-achieving schools to illustrate how to support students with an approach that considers social as well as emotional factors in education.

Understand how poverty affects education and how creating a positive school culture can help: Understand the relevance of Maslow's hierarchy of needs and positive psychology in K-12 education. Discover tested strategies behind the success of high-poverty, high-achieving schools in closing the achievement gap. Learn how to create intrinsic motivation for students impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and support them in overcoming learned helplessness. Access surveys that gauge the temperature of your school's culture. Integrate the world of jobs and professional careers into academic curriculum. Support students with tools to envision and plan for the future. Define processes for building consensus and increasing collaboration among teachers and school leadership.

Contents: Introduction

Part One: An Apartheid of Ignorance Chapter 1. Poverty Is No Excuse Chapter 2. The Tragedy of High School Dropouts Chapter 3. A Culture of Hope

Part Two: The Four Seeds of Hope Chapter 4. A Sense of Optimism Chapter 5. A Sense of Belonging Chapter 6. A Sense of Pride, Self-Esteem, and Self-Confidence Chapter 7. A Sense of Purpose

Part Three: Implementing a Culture of Hope Chapter 8. The Power of "We" Chapter 9. A Culture of Hope at the High School Level Chapter 10. Hope Fulfilled

Appendix A: Methodologies of the Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report Studies Appendix B: Surveys of Students and Staff Glossary References and Resources Index

Comments

MEGA FREEDY MEGA FREEDY
This is a "must-read" for anybody working in a classroom. While it is has specific relevance to cultures experiencing poverty, the truths of building a sense of hope apply to every classroom, whether in the suburbs, inner-cities, or in the classrooms of a developing country. The building blocks of a culture of hope are belong to humanity itself. Brilliant, through provoking, and ultimately practical.
Amerikan_Volga Amerikan_Volga
This is a book that all teachers need to read. We need to focus on the positive as this book does!