Under The School Roof, Inside Classroom Walls: The Power Of Place-Based Plot Patterns To Shape School Stories Of Happiness And Glee Or Humiliation And Shame For Elementary Students
Why Kids Love (and Hate): School Reflections on Difference
This is a chapter citation, published in the Academy for Educational Studies Series title, Why Kids Love (and Hate) School: Reflections on Difference. This collection consists of theoretical discussions, personal reflections, research reports, and policy suggestions sourced in the experiences of our most vulnerable students with an eye to making schools places all students might love rather than hate. The essays take up these issues from the perspectives of poverty, gender, race, ethnicity, ability, language, and religion among others.
These essays also provide practical advice for teachers and administrators—both practicing and pre-service—for making classrooms and schools spaces that would encourage our students to say, “I love school.”
Carter, K., Sugimoto, A. T., Stoehr, K., & Carter, G. (2018). Under the school roof, inside classroom walls: The power of place-based plot patterns to shape school stories of happiness and glee or humiliation and shame for elementary students. In S. Jones & E. Sheffield., Why kids love (and hate) schools, Academy Book Series. Gorham, ME: Myers Education Press.