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Hitting Pause

reviewed by Paul Michalec & Paul Viskanta - August 03, 2018

coverTitle: Hitting Pause
Author(s): Gail Taylor Rice
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, Sterling, VA
ISBN: 1620366533, Pages: 266, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 03, 2018
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22451, Date Accessed: 11/24/2020 3:28:36 PM

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  • Paul Michalec
    University of Denver
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    PAUL MICHALEC is a clinical professor of curriculum and instruction in the Department of Teaching and Learning Sciences at the University of Denver. He teaches social foundations courses and supervises student teachers. Paul is a nationally trained Courage to Teach facilitator leading retreats for K-12 educators, faith leaders, and physicians designed to renew their inner calling to teach and heal. His research and teaching interests include: teacher formation, the spiritual dimensions of teaching/learning, effective instruction, history of education, philosophical/theological traditions of education, and supervision.†Paul is pursuing a Maters of Theological Studies (MTS) at Iliff School of Theology. He is currently working with a team of teacher educators on ways to infuse Social Emotional Learning (SEL) into the professional preparation of teachers to support their SEL needs.
  • Paul Viskanta
    University of Denver
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    PAUL VISKANTA has been a secondary English teacher for 18 years in under-resourced and underserved schools. He is currently an Ed.D. student at the University of Denver studying Curriculum and Instruction. His research interests include writing instruction, teacher resilience, and union issues. He has published five books with his students featuring their work as emerging writers.
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