Teacher Man: memoir by Frank McCourt
Posted by on December 16, 2005
Vivianne Nachmias, PHENND newsletter subscriber, Penn professor emeritus, and longtime volunteer at Lea Elementary School writes:
“Am listening on tape to Teacher Man and I think it should be sent out to all teachers! He comes to the following conclusions, so far (and it is very ironic and funny) 1) that you have HAVE to get the children on your side, first and 2) the most important thing is to get them to think for themselves.”
Check out her recommendation:
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