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Teaching Children to Care

Dorothy Dixon

Teaching Children to Care

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Published by 23rd Publications,US .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8254436M
ISBN 10089622144X
ISBN 109780896221444
OCLC/WorldCa8266054

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The Responsive Classroom approach creates an ideal environment for learning—a pioneering program every teacher should know about."Cited by: This book is about teaching children to care. It draws on my many years as a teacher in inner-city schools and, more recently, in an independent school which was founded in order to apply a developmental point of view.

The most important thing I have learned is that discipline is a subject to be taught, just as reading or arithmetic is by:   Have a special spot for books that have been damaged. I like to utilize a book ambulance. Then, when you have time, the books can travel to the book hospital to be repaired.

Again, it’s important to let kids help with the book repair to build their skills in taking care of books. Editor’s note: Teaching Children to Care by Ruth Sidney Charney, first published inhas transformed many teachers’ practices.

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Countless children’s books offer meaningful messages about nature, recycling, environmental activism and more. We’ve rounded up a sample of Author:Mary Elizabeth Clark, SSJ 80 pages, ” x ” Based on Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’ (On Care for our Common Home), this book presents thirty well-designed lessons on learning what we can do—in the classroom, in the home, and in the community—to raise awareness and take action to ensure that our planetary home will be sustainable for future generations.

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