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Teaching Justice encourages teachers and students to examine the different relationships they share in learning about criminal and social justice. It promotes the value of critical thinking in addressing justice-related themes as well as pursuing a more just and ethical future. The different roles of the teacher as scholar, communicator, mentor, philosopher, and artist are explored in depth. In addition, each chapter includes Suggestions for the Classroom, which offer a variety of activities and assignments designed to stimulate thinking and discussion among students.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||1531010199, 9781531013691, 1531013694|