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Teaching Troubled Children: A Case Study in Effective Classroom Practice

by Joseph Cambone

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807733032, Paperback)

Follow "Anne", a teacher at "Brighton," a residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed and learning disabled boys, as she works for two years teaching five of the youngest and most troubled children in the school's history. Using monthly videotaped observations of Anne's class, and interviews with her about her tapes, author, Joseph Cambone reconstructs life in Anne's classroom, as well as her thinking, as she foges a coherent curriculum and teaching environment out of disorder and violence among the children.

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