Nineteen urban questions: teaching in the city
Source:Urban studies Peter Lang Publishing, Peter Lang, Volume 2nd, New York, p.311 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LC5131 .A15 2010
Keywords:Critical pedagogy--United States, Education, Urban--United States
Contents: Preface : in praise of urban educators and urban kids / Shirley R. Steinberg -- Foreword : schooling bodies : critical pedagogy and urban youth / Antonia Darder --Why a book on urban education? / Joe L. Kincheloe -- Why teach in urban settings? / Kecia Hayes -- What does "good" urban teaching look like? / Rochelle Brock -- Urban dropouts : why persist? / Greg S. Goodman and Adriel A. Hilton -- How can assessment work in urban schools? / Valerie J. Janesick -- Does hip hop have a home in urban education? / Priya Parmar -- What is urban science education? / Christopher Emdin -- How do we begin a conversation on disability in urban education? / Linda Ware and Jan W. Valle -- How can multiple literacies be used for literacy learning in urban schools? / Elizabeth Quintero -- How important is technology in urban education? / Vanessa Domine -- How can urban students become writers? / Winthrop R. Holder -- Can aesthetics be taught in urban education? / Roymieco A. Carter -- How do we locate resistance in urban schools? / Luis F. Mirón -- What is the role of counseling in urban schools? / David Forbes -- What does it mean to be in a gang? / Haroon Kharem -- Why is health an urban issue? : asthma : a case in point / Leah Henry-Beauchamp and Tina Siedler -- Who is included in the urban family? / Katia Goldfarb -- Why is urban education different from suburban and rural education? / Philip M. Anderson and Judith P. Summerfield -- Educar para transformar : how do we teach towards a critical bilingual/bicultural urban pedagogy? / Lourdes DiazSoto -- Afterword : transformational urban education : answers bringing the next set of questions / Shirley R. Steinberg -- Afterword from first edition : What we didn't ask? : keepin' it real / Shirley R. Steinberg.