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Breaking Bold : Dare to Defy the Tyranny of Trends and Live the Relationship Habits of a Master Educator
by Weston Kieschnick




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Are the kids OK? There may be no more essential question for educators today. In a moment when mental health issues are bearing down on our students, the role of educators must expand to meet not only the academic needs but also the social and emotional needs of our students. On the heels of his best-selling book, Bold School, Weston Kieschnick and co-author Molly Kieschnick offer Breaking Bold as a manifesto for all educators hungry for both permission and a path to prioritize and cultivate positive relationships with ALL students in future focused learning environments.

Determined not to contribute confusion to the conversation around how to build relationships, Weston and Molly--educators, co-hosts of the "Teaching Keating" podcast (downloaded by more than 60k listeners every week), and spouses--seek to provide a way forward. Poring over the research from leading educators, neuroscientists, and psychologists, Weston and Molly have culled from it the twelve habits for cultivating meaningful relationships, as well as strategies, tools, and assessments teachers can use to grow masterful in each. Those who fold into their practice any or all of these twelve habits will be better equipped to break from the tyranny of trends and tests and towards what matters most to our students--reaching the whole child so that our children can learn from us, develop SEL skills, and prepare for long, happy, fruitful careers and futures.

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Overview

Are the kids OK? There may be no more essential question for educators today. In a moment when mental health issues are bearing down on our students, the role of educators must expand to meet not only the academic needs but also the social and emotional needs of our students. On the heels of his best-selling book, Bold School, Weston Kieschnick and co-author Molly Kieschnick offer Breaking Bold as a manifesto for all educators hungry for both permission and a path to prioritize and cultivate positive relationships with ALL students in future focused learning environments.

Determined not to contribute confusion to the conversation around how to build relationships, Weston and Molly--educators, co-hosts of the "Teaching Keating" podcast (downloaded by more than 60k listeners every week), and spouses--seek to provide a way forward. Poring over the research from leading educators, neuroscientists, and psychologists, Weston and Molly have culled from it the twelve habits for cultivating meaningful relationships, as well as strategies, tools, and assessments teachers can use to grow masterful in each. Those who fold into their practice any or all of these twelve habits will be better equipped to break from the tyranny of trends and tests and towards what matters most to our students--reaching the whole child so that our children can learn from us, develop SEL skills, and prepare for long, happy, fruitful careers and futures.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781328027054
  • ISBN-10: 1328027058
  • Publisher: International Center for Leadership in Educat
  • Publish Date: July 2020
  • Page Count: 368
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds


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