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Why Kids Love (And Hate) School: Reflections on Difference


reviewed by Sarah Elizabeth Barrett - July 03, 2019

coverTitle: Why Kids Love (And Hate) School: Reflections on Difference
Author(s): Steven P. Jones & Eric C. Sheffield (Ed.)
Publisher: Myers Education Press, Gorham
ISBN: 1975500679, Pages: 224, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 03, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22957, Date Accessed: 11/17/2019 11:43:58 PM

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About the Author
  • Sarah Barrett
    York University
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    SARAH BARRETT is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Academic Programs, in the Faculty of Education, York University. Her research centers on the impact that the core beliefs and values of teachers have on classroom practice. Identity and professional culture are central themes in her work. She has authored several articles on teachers' professional culture, teacher education and teacher identity. Her current research revolves around teachers' conceptions of professional ethics.

    Selected Publications:

    Barrett, S. E. and C. E. James (2018). Teacher stories of teaching for social justice in a marginalized community. In S. Singer and M. J. Harkins (Eds.), Unmasking Possibility and Building Agency: Educators Explore Issues of Diversity, Social Justice and Schooling (pp. 178-193). Halifax, NS: Canadian Scholars/Women’s Press.

    Campigotto, R., & Barrett, S. E. (2017). Creating space for teacher activism in environmental education: Pre-service teachers’ experiences. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 22, 42-57.

    Barrett, S. E. (2017). “Wealth that I can’t even imagine”: The relevance of social class in new teacher induction. In B. Kutsyuruba & K. Walker (Eds.), The bliss and blisters of early career teaching: A pan-Canadian perspective (pp. 47-63). Burlington, ON: Word & Deed Publishing.


 
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