4 edition of Humanizing the desegregated school: guide for teachers and teacher training. found in the catalog.
Humanizing the desegregated school: guide for teachers and teacher training.
Walter Alexander Mercer
Bibliography: p. 85-87.
|LC Classifications||LA210 .M44|
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|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||74160880|
her study of desegregated schools. 1 " The principal has tried to communi cate that behavior problems were rare individual outbursts that teachers could easily handle. A recalcitrant stu dent said, "I ain’t going to study today, cause I don’t feel like it." The teacher just grinned and said, "Well, I’m going. News In Print. Febru the authors explore strategies for planning and conducting such inservice efforts for teachers in desegregated schools. They stress the importance of involving.
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Gives teachers the power to choose the curriculum and construct classroom activities. Core curriculum of traditional academic topics and traditional American virtues. Teacher focuses on essential info or the development of particular skills. Teacher is the model of academic and moral virtue, the . George McLaurin, a Black teacher, gains admission to the University of Oklahoma's School of Education, but he is admitted under Jim Crow arrangements. McLaurin is forced to sit in a small room separated from the regular classroom, to work in a segregated space in the library, and to eat at a designated table and only at a time when white.
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