Engaging the Whole Child: Reflections on Best Practices in Learning, Teaching, and Leadership

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Engaging the Whole Child: Reflections on Best Practices in Learning, Teaching, and Leadership
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Introduction - Inviting Students to Learn ix
  • Part 1 - Engaging the Whole Child- Heart, Mind, and Soul 1
  • Joy in School 3
  • The Moral North Star 15
  • Teaching as Jazz 24
  • Engaging Students around the Globe 34
  • Part 2 - Inspiring Trust and Confidence 43
  • Cultivating Optimism in the Classroom 45
  • The Teacher as Warm Demander 55
  • Conversations That Matter 64
  • Help Us Care Enough to Learn 72
  • The Wounded Student 80
  • Part 3 - Deepening Students’ Thinking 89
  • All Our Students Thinking 91
  • Balance in the Balance 101
  • Energizing Learning 113
  • Of Whales and Wonder 124
  • Learning in Depth 133
  • Clash! the World of Debate 143
  • Part 4 - Instilling the Desire to Achieve 153
  • Students at Bat 155
  • Feedback That Fits 166
  • Springing into Active Learning 176
  • They Can Because They Think They Can 186
  • The View from Somewhere 193
  • Part 5 - Building on Student Interests 203
  • The Music Connection 205
  • Turning on the Lights 210
  • A (Pod)Cast of Thousands 220
  • "You Should Read This Book!" 227
  • Part 6 - Empowering Students 233
  • Footprints in the Digital Age 235
  • Amplifying Student Voice 242
  • Working with Tech-Savvy Kids 253
  • The Power of Audience 264
  • Part 7 - Connecting with Students’ Communities and Cultures 275
  • The Violence You Don’t See 277
  • Family Partnerships That Count 288
  • Engaging African American Males in Reading 299
  • Connecting with Latino Learners 309
  • Cultures in Harmony 321
  • Life Ain’t No Crystal Stair 329
  • Study Guide Engaging the Whole Child 337
  • Study Guide for Engaging the Whole Child 339
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