Honoring Teachers As Professionals: Stories and Pathways for Growth in Your Classroom and Career is a guide for retaining and engaging educators using classroom educational research methods. It introduces the process to become a published educational researcher; adopt and develop creative, inductive curricula; empower students; and build community as a pathway towards leadership in the educational fi eld. By conducting purposeful, peer-reviewed research, this work shows how personal and pedagogical changes have transformed classrooms into spaces where students can feel empowered and induce scientific concepts. This book's strengths include the interlacing of theory with practice, honoring education as a professional field using language that easily connects with both novice and experienced teachers.;
Other key features include:Approachable, narrative, and anecdotal writing styleGuidance to help address low retention rates and job satisfaction among teachersDiscussion about fostering a sense of community among teachers, and how to approach the building of such communities;
This book is for administrators, researchers, teachers, and other professionals in education. It is a valuable resource for graduate students in education, policy advocates, and parents.