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    • Yoko Koike June, 2008 Haverford College Queries of a teacher at a college with Quaker roots: What is it that I do differently because I am a Friend? 1
    • Where Faith and Practice Meet 2
          • In the academic world the values of our colleges
          • often differ from our Quaker values
          • and
          • the values of Quaker colleges are sometimes
          • in tension with those of the world around us.
    • Values of our colleges
      • Q1: How do they differ?
      • Where are the tensions? 3
      Our Quaker values
    • Values of our colleges Our Quaker values 4 Competitive Cooperative
    • Values of our colleges Our Quaker values 5 Competitive Cooperative
    • Q2: What do you do differently because you are a Friend? 6 Be open
    • Q2: What do you do differently because you are a Friend? 7 Be open
    • Q2: What do you do differently because you are a Friend? 8 Be open
    • Q3: Moment of silence in the classroom? 9
    • Presenting ourselves as human beings first? Treating students as human beings first? 10
    • Q4: Do you tell your students that you are a Quaker? 11 YES NO Sometimes
    • WHY? WHY NOT? 12
    • HOW? If Yes, 13
    • Excellent Teachers who are Quakers Excellent Teachers Q5: Is there any difference? 14
    • Friends I consulted 15 Kaye Edwards, Haverford College Barbara Hoekje, Drexel University Emma Lapsansky-Werner, Haverford College Helene Pollock, Haverford College Parker Snowe, Haverford College David Watt, Temple University Lillian and George Willoughby, Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting
    • Texts I consulted 16 Cary, Stephen G. The Intrepid Quaker:One Man’s Quest for Peace The Spirit and the Intellect: Haverford College, 1833-1983 Dalke, Anne French. Teaching to learn Learning to Teach: Meditations on the Classroom . Dalke, Anne and Barbara Dixson, ed. Minding the Light Essays in Friendly Pedagogy McHanry, Irene, Jane Fremon, Nancy Starmer and J.Harry Hammond. Reading on Quaker Pedagogy Philosophy & Practice in Friends Education Kessinger,Tom G. The Quaker Heritage of Haverford
    • Contact information 17 Yoko Koike [email_address] . edu