Hono(u)r the Corn
by Brenda Lansdown - 1970
Professor Lansdown here takes a distinctly individual approach to the teaching of black children in the urban schools. Originally from England, she has had her own experiences with culture-shock; and this may have helped her learn how to be empathic, how to "listen," how to confront what she calls the "axiomatics" of children from another world. There are specific proposals here of value for many teachers trying to overcome their own feelings of alienation from the children in their schools.
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