2nd Edition

The Tone of Teaching
The Language of Pedagogy

ISBN 9781629584201
Published January 31, 2003 by Routledge
96 Pages

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Book Description

In the revised and updated second edition of The Tone of Teaching, bestselling author Max van Manen defines sound pedagogy as the ability to distinguish effectively between what is appropriate, and what is less appropriate in our communications and dealings with children and young people as parents and educators. The author: -Shows how tactful educators develop a caring attentiveness to the unique; to the uniqueness of children, and to the uniqueness of their individual lives-Describes how this "tone" of teaching can be sustained by the cultivation of a certain kind of seeing, listening, and responding to each child in each particular situation-Offers practical insights for both educators and parents

Table of Contents

1. Pedagogical Thoughtfulness and Tact 2. Understanding the Child’s World of Possibility 3. The Child’s Experience of Curiosity and Wonder 4. Seeing Children Pedagogically 5. Every Child Needs to Be Seen 6. The Importance Of Recognition 7. The Pedagogical Dimension of Teaching 8. The Pedagogical Significance of Discipline 9. How Do Children Experience Our Presence? 10. The Power of Atmosphere 11. Children Teach Us Hope and Openness 12. Children are Natural Forgivers

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