Building a Culture of Hope

Building a Culture of Hope

Enriching Schools With Optimism and Opportunity

By: Robert D. Barr, Emily L. Gibson

Discover a blueprint for turning low-performing, high-poverty schools into cultures of hope. The authors illustrate an approach that considers both social and emotional factors.

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Building a Culture of Hope

Research demonstrates that children of poverty need more than just academic instruction to succeed. Discover a school-improvement blueprint for teaching resilience and turning low-performing schools into cultures of hope. The authors draw from their own experiences working with high-poverty, high-achieving schools to illustrate how to support students with an approach that considers social as well as emotional factors in education.

Revere 2014 Distinguished Book Award     2015 Teacher's Choice Award

    Understand how poverty affects education and how creating a positive school culture can help:

  • Understand the relevance of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and positive psychology in K–12 education.
  • Discover tested strategies behind the success of high-poverty, high-achieving schools in closing the achievement gap.
  • Learn how to create intrinsic motivation for students impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and support them in overcoming learned helplessness.
  • Access surveys that gauge the temperature of your school’s culture.
  • Integrate the world of jobs and professional careers into academic curriculum.
  • Support students with tools to envision and plan for the future.
  • Define processes for building consensus and increasing collaboration among teachers and school leadership.

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Diversity & Equity School Improvement


Additional Information

Product Code: BKF503

ISBN: 9781936764624

Published By: Solution Tree

Page Count: 288

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