Educational resiliency : student, teacher, and school perspectives / edited by Hersh C. Waxman, Yolanda N. Padrón, and Jon P. Gray.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Greenwich, Conn. : Information Age Pub., c2004.
Description
vi, 279 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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Series
Research in educational diversity and excellence [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Introduction and overview / Hersh C. Waxman, Jon P. Gray, and Yolanda N. Padrón -- Resilience : emerging social constructions in educational policy, research, and practice / Joel H. Brown -- Promoting educational resilience for students at-risk of failure / Hersh C. Waxman, Jon P. Gray, and Yolanda N. Padrón -- Resilience research and practice : National Resilience Resource Center bridging the gap / Kathy M. Marshall -- A longitudinal look at the literacy development of children prenatally exposed to crack/cocaine / Diane Barone -- Achieving success : an agentic model of resiliency / Ruth Silva and Judy Radigan -- Mathematics learning environment differences between resilient, average, and nonresilient elementary students / Hui-Li Chang -- The student-teacher axis : idiosyncratic credit and cutting the slack / Sue McGinty -- The relations of teacher education students' resiliency, work motivation, and school-level resilience / Jon P. Gray -- Presenting a resilience paradigm for teachers / Sybil Wolin -- Developing resilient learning communities to close the achievement gap / Robert Stephen Topf, Virginia Frazier-Maiwald, and Martin L. Krovetz -- Resilient communities : the interplay between community development and child development through effective school reform / Héctor H. Rivera -- Promoting resiliency in youth, educators, and communities / Doris "Annie" Henry, Mike M. Milstein -- Future directions for educational resiliency research / Hersh C. Waxman, Ann Brown, and Hui-Li Chang.
ISBN
  • 1931576084 (pbk.)
  • 1931576092 (hbk.)
LCCN
2003021159
OCLC
53099029
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