Books; Reviews, Tours, and Excerpts
Books offer opportunities to travel the world[s]. Turn the pages and you have turned a key. Read and you will reflect, realize, relate, gravitate and elevate ideas. Boundaries are non-existent. Open a book and you have opened yourself to the great beyond.
EmpathyEducates hopes to expand horizons and minds. We think that the books referenced on these pages will broaden our perspectives, better our practices, and heighten awareness. We invite you to peruse the reviews, dive deeply into the excepts, meet Authors on tour, and share your views.
- Read the research, stories, and views.
- Reflect and/or Relate
- Join the Conversations.
Professional Talks To Teachers, Parents & Beyond FALL 2013 MOC Community Partnerships & Strengthening Families Alliance—Fitchburg, MA. Parent Workshop. “Meeting Children’s Needs in Violent Times.” Sept. 25. Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, [...]
Taking Back Childhood. A Proven Roadmap for Raising Confident, Creative, Compassionate Kid by Nancy Carlsson Paige, Ed.D. a Professor Emerita at Lesley University. Nancy taught teachers for more than 30 years. She has written and spoken [...]
Beyond Remote-Controlled Childhood: Teaching Young Children in the Media Age by Diane E. Levin, Ph.D., a professor of early childhood education at Wheelock College in Boston, invites Educators to reflect on children’s well-being and consider the [...]
The school-to-prison pipeline: growing up in a system designed for failureThe criminalization of student behavior and mass incarceration By Rebekah Skelton | Originally Published at Rebekah Skelton. February 15, 2013 The school-to-prison pipeline is a [...]
Prince Edward County, Virginia, is the neglected chapter in American civil rights history. In 1951, black high school students in this rural county of 14,000 went on strike to protest [...]