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Random Thoughts: The Humanity of Teaching
Authored by: Louis Schmier

Louis Schmier’s teaching and learning philosophy has permeated his classroom – and beyond thanks to the internet – to change the lives of students and educators alike.  It is a philosophy that challenges educators to treat students as fellow human beings – to go “where students are at,” acknowledge, understand, and explore the importance of their feelings, memories, and day-to-day stresses, and convince them of their own abilities and potentials.

Random Thoughts: The Humanity of Teaching is not a typical book on teaching. Louis Schmier calls attention to what he says is the “too often lacking but needed human dimension” of education, and shows that the heart of teaching is to care about each student as a unique, sacred human being.  In this collection of 65 inspirational reflections, Louis opens his heart and soul to tell about the tragedies and triumphs that have shaped his philosophy of education and his approach to teaching.

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ISBN# 1-891859-18-8
268 pages



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