100 Ways to Kill a Teacher: Cautionary Tales About Public Education in Canada

byMargaret Aisicovich, PhDIllustratorDavid Aisicovich

August 31, 2021|
100 Ways to Kill a Teacher: Cautionary Tales About Public Education in Canada by Margaret Aisicovich, PhD

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What does it mean to be a cog in the educational system? This compilation of stories from a long and distinguished career in education will help those entering the field—or still in it—to understand the many pitfalls, heartbreaks, and limitations they’ll face. But it will also be eye-opening for anyone with a stake in the world of education: parents, administrators, consultants, teachers, and just about anyone who hopes to live in a society where the education system actually serves those it’s supposed to.

Organized into ten lively chapters, it tackles the hard questions such as: getting hired, sexual harassment, racism towards teachers and students, paternalism, toxic positivity, dealing with crazy coworkers, and self-care. It speaks to the gaps, hidden agendas, and rules of the public education system from the point of view of a committed, long-time educator.

Biting, insightful, infused with righteous anger…and frequently hilarious, 100 Ways to Kill a Teacher works as an early warning system to new teachers, as a guide for current educators, and as a great resource for parents.

Title:100 Ways to Kill a Teacher: Cautionary Tales About Public Education in Canada
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:August 31, 2021
Publisher:FriesenPress
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781039112384

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