Teaching Fairly in an Unfair World
EDUCATION / Professional Development
Aug 06, 2020
8.38 x 10.88 x 0.45 in | 500 gr
Creating inclusive classrooms that explore difficult issues, recognize unfairness and question assumptions.
This era of “fake” news demands a deeper curriculum that questions inconsistencies of facts and opinions in various texts and images. This timely revision of a ground-breaking book offers opportunities for students to connect with social justice issues through inventive language exploration and the active examination of all forms of media. It encourages teachers to evaluate their core teaching beliefs and recognize the realities of their students’ lives for a richer understanding of our complex world. A glossary of more than fifty strategies, along with reproducible pages for easy classroom use, complement this essential resource.
Key Selling Points
- This book will help students understand what is fair for them and others.
- Features engaging ways to connect classrooms to social justice
issues through collaboration, language instruction and responding to
- Includes detailed mini lessons that have inspired many classrooms.
- Following the success of the first edition, Teaching Fairly in an Unfair World, 2nd Edition has been updated to reflect current political, social and cultural challenges.
- The author has written half a dozen books on teaching with passion
and compassion, and was recently involved in a major project working
with teachers in Indigenous schools.