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Engaging the DisEngaged

Beth Critchley Charlton (author)

ISBN: 9781551382586

Publication Date: Oct 2010

Format: Paperback

Based on the premise that teachers need to engage with students in a real way, this book illustrates how to help students care more about their work. It offers effective ways to close "the achievement gap," eliminate "the fourth-grade slump," and reach "students at risk." A comprehensive overview of school experiences, the book argues that teachers can change the way they view learning, and create a better classroom.
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Based on the premise that teachers need to engage with students in a real way, this book illustrates how to help students care more about their work. It offers effective ways to close "the achievement gap," eliminate "the fourth-grade slump," and reach "students at risk." A comprehensive overview of school experiences, the book argues that teachers can change the way they view learning, and create a better classroom.
Pages 277
Dimensions 11 x 8mm
Date Published 30 Oct 2010
Publisher Pembroke Publishers
Subject/s Education  

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