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The Introverted Educator
Redefining Participation and Creating Quiet Magic in the Classroom




  • Available for pre-order on May 11, 2023. Item will ship after June 1, 2023
ISBN 9781032340623
June 1, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
80 Pages 1 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

In today's world of education, teachers face increasing pressure to design classrooms with high engagement and larger than life atmospheres. But how do you make that work if you or your students are introverts and more reticent to speak up? This unique book has the secrets to creating a Dead Poets Society classroom even if you’re not quite a Robin Williams!

The book offers insights on effective instruction through the eyes of six dynamic and effective, yet introverted, educators. The teachers share their experiences and strategies for how they brought magic into their instruction and made their classrooms come to life for students. Their inspiring real-life stories demonstrate that there is no one right way to teach—if you don’t want to jump on a table in a costume, you can reach and engage students in your own unique way!

Appropriate for teachers of all subject areas, the book also offers research-backed ways to recognize and support the students who are not the "talkers" or the first ones to volunteer, and book reflection questions so teachers and administrators can better support introverted educators and students alike.

Table of Contents

Introduction  1. Meet Zach: An Introverted Educator Finds Magic Teaching Theater  2. Meet Sara: An Introverted Elementary Educator with a Heart to Celebrate Everyone  3. Meet Aaron: An Introverted Educator Who Finds Power in Discussion  4. Meet Kate: An Introverted Educator Who Finds the Most Value in the Small Moments  5. Meet Jasmin: An Introverted Elementary ESL Teacher Building a Safe and Supportive Environment  6. Meet Jill: An Introverted Educator Finds Richness in Teaching Business  7. Redefining the Meaning of Class Participation  Book Study Guide Questions  Conclusion - Some Final Thoughts

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Biography

Dr. Rochelle Green is an introvert and 15-year veteran educator with a passion to reach all students through instruction that supports how they learn best. Rochelle currently teaches and supervises elementary education for University of Wyoming – Casper and is the director for BAS Organizational Leadership.