Sandy Brownscombe, Ed.D. Eastern Mennonite University Health and Physical Activity Institute James Madison University Wednesday July 27, 2005. A Prof Goes to Middle School . They don’t care until they know you know who they are!!!. How do we help students develop responsible behaviors?
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Sandy Brownscombe, Ed.D. Eastern Mennonite UniversityHealth and Physical Activity InstituteJames Madison UniversityWednesday July 27, 2005
A Prof Goes to Middle School
Does anyone care?In schools today…we hear many students complain that "nobody cares." When we talk with teachers in the same schools, we may be convinced that these teachers do care and care deeply in the virtue sense. But something has gone badly wrong. People who are trying to care and people who want to care have been unable to form caring relations. (Noddings, 2002, p. 88)
(Bulach, Brown, and Potter, 1998)
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According to Judith Rink (2006)
Teaching is largely about affect: adults who are caring and concerned professionals have a responsibility to: