Invitations: changing as teachers and learners, K-12, Volume 2
Encouragement, support, and specifics on putting whole language theory into practice--things that today's educators need. Invitations offers all of them, and Routman invites all teachers to reflect upon their teaching. She provides specific strategies for the daily management and educational issues that teachers struggle with in their efforts to make teaching more relevant for their students and themselves.
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