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Hope required when growing roses in concrete

Hope required when growing roses in concrete

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Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D., is a co-founder of the Teaching Excellence Network and an Associate Professor of Raza Studies and Education at San Francisco State University (10teaching.net). His pedagogy has been widely studied and praised for achieving uncommon levels of social and academic achievement for students during his 21 years as a classroom teacher in East Oakland (rosesinconcrete.org). Duncan-Andrade has given talks all over the world and is the author of two books, as well as several journal articles and book chapters on positive school practices.
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D., is a co-founder of the Teaching Excellence Network and an Associate Professor of Raza Studies and Education at San Francisco State University (10teaching.net). His pedagogy has been widely studied and praised for achieving uncommon levels of social and academic achievement for students during his 21 years as a classroom teacher in East Oakland (rosesinconcrete.org). Duncan-Andrade has given talks all over the world and is the author of two books, as well as several journal articles and book chapters on positive school practices.

Jeff duncan andrade “note to educators:hope required

1) Hope Is Essential When Growing Roses in Concrete (Read or Watch)

Jeff duncan-andrade – note to educators: hope required

2) Reply to these prompts in a short post (250 words):

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a) Dr. Duncan-Andrade discusses six distinct types of hope:
a) What are your thoughts on these ideas? Which type of hope appeals to you the most, and why? b) Do you believe hope is relevant to you and/or the field of child and adolescent development? Why do you think that is? c) Are there any other guiding principles you’d like to incorporate into your work with girls, youth, and families?

“note to educators: hope required when growing roses in

Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D, CRE Co-Director, shares his thoughts on the role educators can and must play in nurturing and maintaining hope in urban youth in the essay linked below. Jeff distills his twenty-nine years of pedagogical experience into an innovative piece of guidance and insight as part of CRE’s effort to educate neighborhood groups and educational institutes in community sensitive education. Duncan-Andrade proclaims hope as vital for an education that alleviates undeserved misery in communities through the voices of young people and their teachers, as well as the use of strong metaphor and imagery. This article is being used for teacher professional development around the country. This essay gives voice to real strategies for engaging with youth in your culture, whether you are an educator, an educational administrator, or an individual educational activist.

Educators: hope required when growing roses in concrete

What are the socioeconomic factors that influence urban youth before they enter our classrooms? What does it mean to create educational environments that are sensitive and important to these circumstances? What does success look like for students and teachers in these learning environments? Racism and poverty produce social toxins, which have an effect on young people and their identity formation. This talk delves into certain toxins in depth and provides solutions for emerging educators who are better able to build environments where they can be understood and responded to. Duncan-Andrade draws on her 20 years of experience as an urban educator to examine the importance of optimism in the development of urban youth. We discover vital hope’s significance for an education that alleviates poverty in underserved communities through the voices of young people and their teachers, as well as the use of effective metaphor and imagery.