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Viviana Alexandrowicz, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the University of San Diego. She is a leader and pioneer for Changemaking integration in teacher education and is the Executive Director of the Changemaking Center for K-12 Education.
Paul Rogers, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Writing Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, a co-founder of the International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research and a co-editor of numerous volumes of international research.
Alexandrowicz and Rogers have organized a must-read primer containing real-world case studies of how educators can foster changemaking. Read this book and learn about innovative approaches from pioneering educators from around the globe.— Paula Cordeiro, Dammeyer Distinguished Professor of Global Leadership and Education, University of San Diego
If you are trying to prepare learners who can collaborate with others to solve real world problems in their own lives, in their communities and across the globe then this book is for you! Rogers and Alexandrowicz have captured the collective wisdom of changemakers from across the globe to provide readers with a must-read primer for anyone designing changemaker education programs. This book is full of important information for those of us who want to improve young people’s lives and educational opportunities in order to inspire them to change their world.— James O’Meara, Professor and Dean, College of Education Texas A&M International University, Past President, International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET)
This book is an important source of inspiration and insight for anyone interested in the burgeoning field of changemaker education: a field of educators, policy makers, researchers, and many others who are working to fundamentally transform the purpose and practice of education.— Ross Hall, Co-Lead, Learning Societies, Jacobs Foundation