Learning In The Emotional Rooms
Why do kids act the way they do in schools? How do thoughts and emotions affect the way we view ourselves and our futures? Why must schools now deal with issues that are not properly or exclusively theirs? What would school look like if we focused on learning rather than teaching?
We are participating in one of the greatest leaps ever in understanding the processes of learning - the most vital imperative beyond survival for every human. Recent findings from neuroscience beg introspection on educators’ long-held beliefs about how young people learn. In this groundbreaking, totally revised, second edition, Learning in the Emotional Rooms - How to Create Classrooms that are Uplifting for the Spirit,
John Joseph draws on decades of experience and research to provide startling and decisive suggestions about the nature of the enterprise we call schooling. The voices of children, especially those that society regards as disposable, have illuminated this work. This book will challenge your thinking about education.
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