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The Rogue Educator

Embracing Teacher Individuality


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The Rogue Educator by Rollo W. Jones
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Educators are natural pioneers; they have always been the transmitters and transformers of history. Courageous educators have changed the very course of our culture by taking risks and challenging prevailing systems. Somewhere along the way, however, that sense of audacity has diminished. Overuse of accountability agents ranging from uniformity, bell curves, statistics and threats of litigation threaten to compress our educational systems into a linear track devoid of color, creativity and diversity. Diverse personalities, fresh ideas and new strategies are required to sidestep the narrow, one-size-fits-all path of today's school systems. As the world becomes more diverse, teachers need to lead the way in embracing their own distinct approaches. The Rogue Educator concept is best explained by taking a look at specific teacher qualities and possible paradigm shifts for each one. The Rogue Educator book is a collection of easy-to-read, familiar, and memorable characters that will resonate with all instructional leaders and professionals. Teachers and other educators will recognize a bit of themselves in the profiles and will learn new ways to capitalize on their own personalities by making the classroom-and the school--a more positive and supportive environment for all.

Author Biography

Rollo W. Jones, Psy.D, is a licensed clinical psychologist. He currently works as a certified school psychologist in Maryland, as well as a part-time adjunct faculty member teaching developmental psychology, ethics, and diversity. Cynthia A. Green, MS, LCPC, NCC, is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a national board certified counselor. She works as a certified school counselor in Maryland. She also maintains a private counseling practice and teaches graduate students as an adjunct instructor on various topics, including diversity sensitive counseling.
Release date Australia
October 11th, 2018
Country of Publication
United States
30 Illustrations, black and white
Rowman & Littlefield Education
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