The Personal Creed Project is a classroom-based rite of passage that English teacher John Creger has developed over the past ten years with his sophomore classes. Recognized by NCTE as an invaluable resource for teachers of the English language arts and now being adapted in elementary, middle, and high schools as well as universities around the country, the Creed Project invites students to interrelate the facts, meanings, and values that inform their personal lives with their academic learning, making possible a quality of engagement rarely seen in traditional learning. Indeed, Creger advocates creating a parallel personal leg of curriculum that challenges educators to devote as much care and expertise to promoting students' personal learning as they do to developing their academic skills.
In this book, Creger describes exactly how the Creed Project fits into his English course, and how it can fit into and benefit yours. Along the way, as his students do with theirs, he takes on his own "Big Questions," inquiring into the central aim of learning and what it is about the Creed Project that makes teachers and students so excited. His book provides:
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An English teacher at American High School in Fremont, California, John Creger is the recipient of NCTE/NWP's James Moffett Memorial Award for Teacher Research in recognition of the Personal Creed Project. His article on the two-legged interweaving of academic and personal learning appeared in the February 2002 issue of California English. Originator of the popular universeWired workshop series for educators, he can be reached at www.universeWired.com.Review:
In an era when education policy-makers' only creed seems to be that testing leads to greater learning, John Creger's "Personal Creed Project" challenges students to develop their own creed and then follow it.
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