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The Feel-Good Curriculum

The Dumbing-Down of America"s Kids in the Name of Self-Esteem

by Maureen, Ph.D. Stout

  • 42 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Perseus Books Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adolescents,
  • Curriculum planning & development,
  • Educational Psychology,
  • Social aspects,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • USA,
  • Teachers,
  • Curricula,
  • Philosophy & Social Aspects,
  • Self-esteem,
  • Training of,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7899340M
    ISBN 100738202576
    ISBN 109780738202570

    I Am Special! based on I Like Myself! by Karen Beaumond and Illustrated by Davie Catrow Grades: K–3. View and print the student activity sheet (PDF). About the Book This is a delightfully illustrated rhyming book in which the main character knows she is different and special and that’s what makes her so wonderful! Get this from a library! The feel-good curriculum: the dumbing-down of America's kids in the name of self-esteem. [Maureen Stout].

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The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen, Ph.D. Stout Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen Stout is about the "self-esteem" agenda that's overtaken much of public education in the U.S. and is The Feel-Good Curriculum book for grade inflation and social promotion.

There are too many good passages in the book to quote or even summarize here, but I do want to recommend it to anyone interested in education/5.

Maureen Stout's book, "The Feel-Good Curriculum," would make a good companion to the works of ED Hirsch, author of "The Knowledge Deficit." These two authors' theses are much the same: over the past forty-or-so years, the "progressive" changes in American education have led to the decline of academic standards, the over-valuing of (a misguided view of) self-esteem, and and /5(16).

Maureen Stout's book, "The Feel-Good Curriculum," would make a good companion to the works of ED Hirsch, author of "The Knowledge Deficit." These two authors' theses are much the same: over the past forty-or-so years, the "progressive" changes in American education have led to the decline of academic standards, the over-valuing of (a misguided /5.

THE FEEL-GOOD CURRICULUM THE DUMBING DOWN OF AMERICA'S KIDS IN THE NAME OF SELF-ESTEEM by The sub-title of this book is "Reflections on Education with Special Reference to the Teaching of English in the Upper Forms of Schools." But one finds in it little about education, and less about the teaching of : Maureen Stout.

The Feel-Good Curriculum: The Dumbing-Down of America's Kids in the Name of Self-Esteem Maureen Stout, Author Perseus Books Group $26 (p) ISBN Buy this book. The Feel-Good Curriculum: the dumbing down of American kids in the name of self-esteem.

by Maureen Stout, Ph. D., Perseus Books, New York The so-called self-esteem movement, a radically child-centered, therapeutic model of schooling, has transformed schools into clinics and teachers into counselors, creating a generation of self-righteous, self-absorbed.

Think Good -- Feel Good is an exciting and pioneering new practical resource in print and on the internet for undertaking CBT with children and young people. The materials have been developed by the author and trialled extensively in clinical work with children and young people presenting with a range of psychological problems/5.

The so-called “self-esteem movement”—a progressive, child-centered, discovery model of schooling—has transformed schools into therapeutic clinics and teachers into counselors, creating a generation of righteous, entitled, underachieving children.

An insider’s account of the pernicious aspects of this seemingly well-meaning movement, The Feel-Good Curriculum provides. In The Feel-Good Curriculum: The Dumbing-Down Of America's Kids In The Name Of Self-Esteem (Perseus, ), she argues that the preoccupation with how students feel about themselves has turned.

An insider's account of the pernicious aspects of this seemingly well-meaning movement, The Feel-Good Curriculum provides devastating evidence that our belief in the power and importance of self-esteem in education is misplaced and without ng political posturing and political correctness, The Feel-Good Curriculum identifies the four Brand: Hachette Books.

The feel-good curriculum by Maureen Stout, Ph.D., Maureen Stout; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Éducation, Social aspects, Estime de soi, Aspect. An insider's account of the pernicious aspects of this seemingly well-meaning movement, The Feel-Good Curriculum provides devastating evidence that our belief in the power and importance of self-esteem in education is misplaced and without ng political posturing and political correctness, The Feel-Good Curriculum identifies the four Author: Maureen Stout.

Here is a review I recently wrote about another highly reccomended book, Maureen Stout's "Feel-Good Curriculum." It is a very good indictment of an overly progressive education, a la ED Hirsch Maureen Stout's book, "The Feel-Good Curriculum," would make a good companion to the works of ED Hirsch, author of "The Knowledge Deficit."Author: Kevin Currie-Knight.

The Feel-Good Curriculum: The Dumbing Down Of America's The so-called self-esteem movement-a progressive, child-centered, discovery model of schooling-has transformed schools into therapeutic clinics and teachers into counselors, creating a generation of entitled, righteous, underachieving : Joey Lott.

The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen Stout,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(31). Think Good – Feel Good A Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Workbook for Children and Young People Paul Stallard Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Royal United Hospital, Bath, UK A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN Typeset in 12 15 Scala Sans by Mathematical Composition Setters Ltd, Salisbury File Size: 1MB.

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. The feel-good curriculum: the dumbing-down of America's kids in the name of self-esteemPages: The Feel Good Book.

Emotions and feelings can be a good thing. This book points out all the great ways to feel good. Ask your little learners for even more ways to feel good about themselves. Today I feel Silly. It’s okay to feel silly or cranky.

Moods and feelings change often, especially in little learners. The feel-good curriculum: the dumbing-down of America's kids in the name of self-esteem Maureen Stout Ph.D. A scathing critique of the self-esteem movement in American public education, complete with practical solutions to counter its ill effects.

Essay On The Feel Good Curriculum; Essay On The Feel Good Curriculum. Words 5 Pages. Show More. The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen Stout presents an idea that I find myself able to relate to, and curious to learn more about.

As a future educator, I find myself pondering how it is that our educational system is needing to dumb down the.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen, Ph.D. Stout; 1 edition; First published in The Feel-Good Curriculum | Open Library.8th Grade Books.

Best Sellers. Shop Best Sellers Slam! Grades 8 - 12 • Paperback Book $ LIST PRICE: $ Does My Head Look Big In This? Grades 8 - 12 • Paperback Book $ LIST PRICE: $ Maximum Ride Boxed Set Book Grades 8 and Up • Boxed Set $ LIST PRICE: $Curriculum Unit 1 – Soul Music Lesson 1: Learning “I Feel Good The steady beat in music is the steady pulse that you feel in a tune, just like your heartbeat, or the ticking of a clock.

Using SG9, help students visualize the steady beat in “I Feel Good.