A Book Review of J.D. Kirylo’s “Teaching with Purpose: An Inquiry into the Who, Why, and How We Teach”
AbstractWhat does it mean to teach with purpose? In this book, Kirylo carefully guides his readers on a journey of inquiry and discovery to learn more about the who, why, and how teachers teach. His goal is to underscore what it means to be a teacher; to present critical aspects that intersect the teaching and learning process; and, to acknowledge the numerous considerations teachers deliberate through when teaching.
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