Hughes, Michelle C. and Kenneth Rea Badley (eds.). Joyful Resilience as Educational Practice: Transforming Teaching Challenges Into Opportunities. New York: Routledge, 2022.
Table of Contents
The Teaching Vocation and the Interior Lives of Teachers / Michelle C. Hughes and Ken Badley – Reciprocates with Students / Michelle C. Hughes – When Students Become Our Teachers / Joy A. Chadwick – Is There a Class in This Text? / Ken Badley and Dana Antayá-Moore – Sustainable Teaching: Reflective & Responsive Practices / Sunshine R. Sullivan – Minding the Gap: Seeing, Valuing, and Using the Theory-Practice in the Classroom / Paige A. Ray – Colleagues / Tiana Tucker – The Power of Gifts from Supervisors who Share / Jay Mathisen – A Long and Rewarding Apprenticeship: The Sustaining Inspiration of Our Mentors / Andrew Mullen – Families / Michelle C. Hughes and Ken Badley – Joyful Resilience Through Dissonance, Doubt, and Disillusionment / Carrie R. Giboney Wall – Navigating Political, Economic, and Curriculum Constraints with Joyful Defiance / Dana Antayá-Moore and Joanne Neal – Teacher Student Reciprocates in Three Educational Models / Daniel H. Jarvis and April E. Jarvice – Uncovering Joyful Resilience / Ken Badley and Michelle C. Hughes
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