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Liston and Garrison (2004) describe passion in education as an educator's love for ideas, love for .
Liston and Garrison (2004) describe passion in education as an educator's love for ideas, love for educating others and love for students. According to Day (2004), to be passionate about teaching not only comprises expressing enthusiasm; passionate teachers have a passion for their subject and their pupils and a passionate belief that who they are and how they teach can make a difference in their students' lives.
They also include grief, despair, discomfort, acceptance of ignorance and loss of hope. The authors explore regions outside the bounds of the explicit, cognitive and categorical
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Introduction Love Revived and Examined Daniel Liston and Jim Garrison Part 1: Introduction Loving Gaps and Loving Practices . he Love Gap in the Educational Text Jane Roland Martin 2. Loving Teacher Education List S. Goldstein 3. Creating Loving Relations in the Classroom Elaine J. O' Quinn and Jim Garrison . ales in and out of School Michael Dale Part 2: Introduction Love
By Daniel Liston, Jim Garrison. Unfortunately, many teachers teach without passion, without a love of ideas or a felt concern for students.
By Daniel Liston, Jim Garrison. The emotional feature of teaching and learning, while crucial in practice, are rarely recognised with depth and rigor in the scholarly literature. We think it's one of the tragedies of our age. Daily, it seems, students are spoon-fed educational material, not to.
- David T. Hansen, author of The Call to Teach and Director of the Program in Philosophy and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University. As calls to 'leave no child behind' sound in the halls of state power, this volume offers a more generative, though no less insistent, voice for the mostly lost but recoverable power of passion.
In D. P. Liston & J. W. Garrison (Ed., Teaching, learning, and loving: Reclaiming passion in educational practice (pp . Talks to teachers on psychology and to students on some of life’s ideals. 117–131). New York: RoutledgeFalmer. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Felman, . & Laub, D. (1991). Testimony: Crises of witnessing in literature, psychoanalysis, and history. New York: Dover Publications.