White teacher

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Harvard University Press, Mar 1, 1979 - Education - 140 pages
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Vivian Paley presents a moving personal account of her experiences teaching kindergarten in an integrated school within a predominantly white, middle-class neighborhood. In a new preface, she reflects on the way that even simple terminology can convey unintended meanings and show a speaker's blind spots. She also vividly describes what her readers have taught her over the years about herself as a "white teacher."

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User Review  - Cyndi Lu - Goodreads

this book is not heavy in theory;instead it is a white teacher learning about her prejudices through her own questioning and student observations. Read full review

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User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

Kudos to this woman coming out and admitting her own prejudices and recognizing that there is a problem. Not many people would be this brave. So happy Patricia A. Edwards, keynote speaker at the ... Read full review


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