A Review of The Way of the Teacher: A Path for Personal Growth and Professional Fulfillment by Sandra Finney and Jane Thurgood Sagal

  • Carl Leggo Department of Language and Literacy Education University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC
Keywords: K-12, education, teachers' lives

Abstract

A Review of The Way of the Teacher: A Path for Personal Growth and Professional Fulfillment by Sandra Finney and Jane Thurgood Sagal

"I enthusiastically commend Finney and Thurgood Sagal for their thoughtful, hopeful, and inspiriting book which ought to be adopted as a core text in all Bachelor of Education programs as well as professional development plans for teachers." Carl Leggo

Author Biography

Carl Leggo, Department of Language and Literacy Education University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC
Carl Leggo is a poet and professor at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. His books include: Come-By-Chance; Lifewriting as Literary Métissage and an Ethos for Our Times (co-authored with Erika Hasebe-Ludt and Cynthia Chambers); Sailing in a Concrete Boat: A Teacher’s Journey; Arresting Hope: Prisons That Heal (co-edited with Ruth Martin, Mo Korchinski, and Lynn Fels); Arts-based and Contemplative Practices in Research and Teaching: Honoring Presence (co-edited with Susan Walsh and Barbara Bickel); Hearing Echoes (co-authored with Renee Norman); and Poetic inquiry: Enchantment of Place (co-edited with Pauline Sameshima, Alexandra Fidyk, and Kedrick James).
Published
2017-12-21
Section
Book Review