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by Herbert Kohl

36 Children (Innovations in Education) download ebook
ISBN:
0335102980
ISBN13:
978-0335102983
Author:
Herbert Kohl
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Open Univ Pr (October 1, 1987)
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224 pages
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1493 kb
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36 Children (Innovations. has been added to your Cart. Yet, after a year of accomplishment, Kohl looked on in despair as the "system" once again absorbed his 36 children into its mediocre attempt to do not much more than warehouse them for another year.

36 Children (Innovations. A few of his children carried forward their one year with him into a lifetime of accomplishment, and for this he is pleased. 7 people found this helpful.

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36 Children is the 1967 memoir of Herbert Kohl's service as a young teacher working in an impoverished New York public school. The book includes a chapter titled "Journey through Space and Time", written and illustrated by Robert George Jackson III, one of his students, age eleven. Other material written and illustrated by Jackson and other students is included in the book.

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Herbert Kohl’s 36 children were black twelve-year-olds in. .I remembered my barren classroom, no books, a battered piano, broken windows and desks, falling plaster, and an oppressive darkness.

Herbert Kohl’s 36 children were black twelve-year-olds in New York’s Harlem. From their standpoint school was an irrelevance, to be treated sometimes with humour, sometimes with lethargy, sometimes with dull, impotent, insolent anger. As Herbert Kohl makes clear, the process of educating necessitated profound changes in his own sense of himself as a teacher and a person. Few books on education give such an inward view of what it is like to face an impossible teaching situation and, in some measure, to come through.

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Major Issues of 36 Children, In the beginning, Kohl did not have great control over his class – Example: on the first day of school, Kohl asked his students . Major issues of 36 Children cont, Kohl had a hard time teaching his students.

Major Issues of 36 Children, In the beginning, Kohl did not have great control over his class – Example: on the first day of school, Kohl asked his students what they wanted to learn that year. At first the students didn’t say anything. When they started listing what they wanted to learn Kohl lost control of his class. They would become bored and tired with the material Kohl was teaching. The material was not interesting to Kohl’s students and even to Kohl.

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  • WUNDERKIND
Exactly as specified. Great transaction.
  • Cordantrius
Dr. Kohl's look inside a Harlem public school classroom is sobering. Fresh out of college and eager to teach, the reality of 36 children, none to whom the "system" expected to deliver anything resembling education, nearly left the young teacher depressed. But he did what great teachers always do: He met the students where they were, instead of forcing them into some pedogogical mode.

Yet, after a year of accomplishment, Kohl looked on in despair as the "system" once again absorbed his 36 children into its mediocre attempt to do not much more than warehouse them for another year. A few of his children carried forward their one year with him into a lifetime of accomplishment, and for this he is pleased.

This book provides a critical look inside the flawed presuppositions of a system of education that relies on mainlining children, rather than letting them become what God intended them to be.
  • Invissibale
Many time teachers don't see success in the class room but somewhere deep down know they are making a difference. It's when the years past and we forget the difference that we have made in lives of many.
Be challenged to teach out of your comfort zone. Allow your sweet spirit to be given to kids who fall asleep in class because the gun shots at four am woke them up and are afraid to go back to sleep.
Be reminded to learn from your students and allow students to teach you.
Wherever you are, make your class room a safe place to share, learn and grow.
One more thing; don't rely on records from the previous year tell you what kind of class you'll have in the fall, set high yet real expectations for your students. Your students will act as you you expect them too.