Worldly Teachers: Cultural Learning and Pedagogy

Synopsis

The stories of six veteran U.S. teachers who have studied about, taught, and lived in Japan and China show that intensive international experience can profoundly affect a teacher's life and work. Reflections about culture shock, friendships across borders, fundamental transformation and school reform recommendations are integrated with wonderfully creative pedagogies.

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