Teacher : One Woman’s Struggle to Keep the Heart in Teaching
by Gabbie Stroud
Editor: Allen & Unwin
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Gabbie of history must be shouted from the rooftopsShe very eloquently shows us why and how education must changeProfessor made me laugh and cryI liked that.”Kathy Margolis, former teacher and activistWatching the children learn is a beautiful and extraordinary experienceTheir bodies transform, reflecting internal changesTeeth fall outThe scab’s kneesFreckles multiplyThroughout the year they grow up in an infinite number of ways, and I can almost see their self-esteem on the rise their confidence on the rise, their small bodies now the powerGave wingsThey fall in love with learningIt’s a kind of magic, a kind of love, a kind of art.It’s the teachingJust to teachingJust what I doWhat I didTime spentIn 2014, Gabrielle Stroud was a very dedicated teacher with over a decade of experienceMonths later she resigned in frustration and despair when she realized that the Naplan-test of the teaching model was stopping her from doing the same, she was better: teaching children according to their needs and talentsHis groundbreaking essay “Teaching Australia” in the February 2016 issue Griffith Review describes his experiences and provoked a huge reaction from former and current teachers around the worldHis essay, lifted the veil on a scandal that is not yet properly pause – that our education system is unfair to our children and the destruction of their teachersIn a powerful memoir inspired by her first essay, Gabrielle tells the whole story: how she came to teach, what makes them a great teacher, what our children need from their teachers, and what it was that finally broke herA brilliant and heartbreaking memories, which cuts the heart of vital national importance
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