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Rose, Mike (Michael Anthony)

Works: 22 works in 129 publications in 1 language and 9,358 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Case studies  Cross-cultural studies  Documentary films  Interviews  Abstracts 
Roles: Author, Editor
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Most widely held works about Mike Rose
Most widely held works by Mike Rose
Writer's block : the cognitive dimension by Mike Rose( )

11 editions published between 1983 and 2009 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,301 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"You don't know what it is," wrote Flau­bert, "to stay a whole day with your head in your hands trying to squeeze your un­fortunate brain so as to find a word." Writer's block is more than a mere matter of discomfort and missed dead­lines; sustained experiences of writer's block may influence career choices. Writers in the business world, profes­sional writers, and students all have known this most common and least studied dysfunction of the composition process. Rose, however, sees it as a limitable problem that can be precisely analyzed and remedied through instruc­tion and tutorial programs." Rose defines writer's block as "an in­ability to begin or continue writing for reasons other than a lack of skill or com­mitment," which is measured by "pas­sage of time with limited functional/ productive involvement in the writing task." He applies the information pro­cessing models of cognitive psychology to reveal dimensions of the problem never before examined. In his three-faceted approach, Rose de­velops and administers a questionnaire to identify blockers and nonblockers; through simulated recall, he selects and examines writers experiencing both high and low degrees of blocking; and he proposes a cognitive conceptualization of writer's block and of the composition process. In drawing up his model, Rose delin­eates many cognitive errors that cause blocking, such as inflexible or con­flicting planning strategies. He also dis­cusses the practice and strategies that promote effective composition
The mind at work : valuing the intelligence of the American worker by Mike Rose( Book )

16 editions published between 2004 and 2014 in English and held by 1,139 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Mind at Work is an reassessment of American labor. Testimonials to physical work have always celebrated the dignity, economic and moral value, even nobility of blue-collar labor, but rarely the thought required to get the job done right. The lightning-fast calculations of the waitress, the complex spatial mathematics of the carpenter, the aesthetic and diagnostic acumen of the hairstylist - our failure to acknowledge or respect these qualities has long undermined a large portion of America's working population. Mike Rose sets the record straight by taking a long, hard look at the intellectual demands of everyday work." "The Mind at Work raises basic questions about the way we define intelligence, determine what counts as valid knowledge, and classify each other by the work we do - all of which have important implications for economic and educational policy and for the kind of society we create for ourselves."--Jacket
Possible lives : the promise of public education in America by Mike Rose( Book )

6 editions published between 1995 and 2006 in English and held by 1,065 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rose recreates the classrooms he visited and the remarkable, often heroic people he met there, illuminating the qualities, attitudes, and public policies that make for great schools
Why school? : reclaiming education for all of us by Mike Rose( Book )

8 editions published between 2009 and 2014 in English and held by 859 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Why School? challenges today's narrow focus on high-stakes testing and economic competition. It also serves as a critical reminder of the broader purposes of school: the intellectual, social, civic, and ethical development of individuals."--BOOK JACKET
Public education under siege by Mike Rose( )

7 editions published in 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 717 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proponents of education reform are committed to the idea that all children should receive a quality education, and that all of them have a capacity to learn and grow, whatever their ethnicity or economic circumstances. But though recent years have seen numerous reform efforts, the resources available to children in different municipalities still vary enormously, and despite landmark cases of the civil rights movement and ongoing pushes to enact diverse and inclusive curricula, racial and ethnic segregation remain commonplace. Public Education Under Siege examines why public schools are in such difficult straits, why the reigning ideology of school reform is ineffective, and what can be done about it
Back to school : why everyone deserves a second chance at education by Mike Rose( Book )

5 editions published between 2012 and 2015 in English and held by 557 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"It's a statistic that's sure to surprise: close to 45 percent of postsecondary students in the United States today do not enroll in college directly out of high school and many attend part-time. Following a tradition of self-improvement as old as the Republic, the "nontraditional" college student is becoming the norm. Back to School is the first book to look at the schools that serve a growing population of "second-chancers," exploring what higher education-in the fullest sense of the term-can offer our rapidly changing society and why it is so critical to support the institutions that make it possible for millions of Americans to better their lot in life. In the anecdotal style of his bestselling Possible Lives, Rose crafts rich and moving vignettes of people in tough circumstances who find their way; who get a second ... or third ... or even fourth chance; and who, in a surprising number of cases, reinvent themselves as educated, engaged citizens. Rose reminds us that our nation's economic and civic future rests heavily on the health of the institutions that serve millions of everyday people-not simply the top twenty universities in U.S. News and World Report-and paints a vivid picture of the community colleges and adult education programs that give so many a shot at reaching their aspirations"--
When a writer can't write : studies in writer's block and other composing-process problems( Book )

9 editions published in 1985 in English and held by 473 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Perspectives on literacy by Eugene R Kintgen( Book )

3 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 416 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book contains 28 essays that form the core of an advanced course in the theoretical backgrounds of literacy. The book contains the following articles: "The Consequences of Literacy" (Jack Goody and Ian Watt); "Some Psychodynamics of Orality" (Walter Ong); "Implications of Literacy in Traditional China and India" (Kathleen Gough); "Unpackaging Literacy" (Sylvia Scribner and Michael Cole); "Literacy in Three Metaphors" (Sylvia Scribner); "The Legacies of Literacy" (Harvey J. Graff); "The History of Literacy and the History of Readers" (Carl F. Kaestle); "The Coming of Literate Communication to Western Culture" (Eric A. Havelock); "Hearing and Seeing and Trusting Writing" (M.T. Clanchy); "Defining 'Literacy' in North American Schools: Social and Historical Conditions and Consequences" (Suzanne de Castell and Allan Luke); "From Utterance to Text: The Bias of Language in Speech and Writing" (David R. Olson); "The Nature of Literacy: a Historical Exploration" (Daniel P. Resnick and Lauren B. Resnick); "School Literacy, Reasoning, and Civility: An Anthropologist's Perspective" (Frederick Erickson); "Literacy and Schooling in Subordinate Cultures: The Case of Black Americans" (John U. Ogbu); "The Social Context of Literacy" (Jay L. Robinson); "Reading and Writing Requirements" (Richard C. Richardson, Jr. And others); "Toward a Composing Model of Reading" (Robert Tierney and P. David Pearson); "Inventing the University" (David Bartholomae); "'Strangers No More': a Liberatory Literacy Curriculum" (Kyle Fiore and Nan Elsasser); "The Ethnography of Literacy" (John F. Szwed); "The Development of Initial Literacy" (Yetta Goodman); "Rethinking Development and Organization" (Jerome C. Harste and others); "Protean Shapes in Literacy Events: Ever-Shifting Oral and Literate Traditions" (Shirley Brice Heath); "The Nature of Reading at Work" (William Diehl and Larry Mikulecky); "Who Are the Adult Illiterates?" (Carman St. John Hunter and David Harman); "Realities of Illiteracy" (Anne Eberle and Sandra Robinson); "The Adult Literacy Process as Cultural Action for Freedom and Education and Conscientizacao" (Paulo Freire); and "The Nicaraguan National Literacy Crusade of 1980" (Robert F. Arnove). (Ms)
Critical strategies for academic thinking and writing : a text with readings by Mike Rose( Book )

6 editions published between 1995 and 1998 in English and held by 188 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Critical Strategies is a text and reader that gets to the heart of what is essential for success in college. It empowers students with the 6 thinking and writing strategies necessary for college-level work in any discipline and gives them practice with the kinds of material they'll actually use in their other college courses
Critical strategies for academic thinking and writing : a text and reader by Malcolm Kiniry( Book )

4 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An open language : selected writing on literacy, learning, and opportunity by Mike Rose( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 118 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An Open Language chronicles the development of Mike Rose as a writer in the fields of composition and education, by presenting his selected writings. Rose contextualizes each of the 28 selections in the book with commentary on historical, cultural, and personal issues at stake in his research and writing--From publisher's description
Rethinking remediation : toward a social-cognitive understanding of problematic reading and writing by Glynda A Hull( Book )

5 editions published between 1989 and 1991 in English and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Critical strategies for academic writing : cases, assignments, and readings by Malcolm Kiniry( Book )

4 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 85 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Imagining the possibilities for public education( Visual )

in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Through interviews with several professionals from various fields of education, creative alternatives for improving schools in the United States are explored
Mike Rose : educating the disadvantaged( Visual )

2 editions published between 1994 and 2004 in English and held by 51 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mike Rose, director of the writing program at UCLA, has spent his life working with people on the edges of society: inner-city children, Vietnam veterans, adults trying to overcome a lifetime of disadvantage. He talks with Bill Moyers about his continuing efforts to help under-prepared students enter and succeed in the academic world. He discusses his ideas on education in general and on educating the disadvantaged
Invitation to education by Mike Rose( Visual )

4 editions published between 1990 and 1991 in English and held by 50 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A conversation with Mike Rose, author of Lives on the Boundary, about education of the disadvantaged
Resources for teaching critical strategies for academic thinking and writing : a text and reader by Barbara Gross( Book )

2 editions published between 1993 and 1995 in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Lives on the boundary : the struggles and achievements of America's underprepared by Mike Rose( Book )

12 editions published between 1988 and 2005 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book is concerned with the educational underclass of students considered underachieving, remedial, or illiterate, and with the kinds of literacy and liberal arts curricula that can best help them. The book is divided into eight chapters. Chapter 1, "Our Schools and Our Children," reviews the author's experiences with students classed as underprepared and questions the efficacy of conventional reform initiatives for this population. Chapter 2," I Just Wanna Be Average, '" recounts the author's own underachievement and the influence of an inspirational teacher. Chapter 3, "Entering the Conversation," describes the author's undergraduate experience and intellectual development. Chapter 4, "The Poem Is a Substitute for Love," is an account of the author's graduate study and his decision to withdraw short of completion. Chapter 5, "Literate Stirrings," describes the author's work with the Teacher Corps in East Los Angeles. Chapter 6, "Reclaiming the Classroom," recounts the author's experience teaching in the Veteran's Program. Chapter 7, "The Politics of Remediation," is a narrative of the author's work at the Tutorial Center at ucla. Chapter 8, "Crossing Boundaries," recapitulates themes and fallacies common to all remedial education forums. "Epilogue: Lilia" summarizes the book's concerns. Notes and a 94-item bibliography are appended. (Af)
"This wooden shack place" : the logic of an unconventional reading by Glynda A Hull( Book )

3 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A case study examined the logic of a student's unconventional interpretation of a poem. The subject, an outgoing and well-spoken student from the lower-middle class enrolled in a remedial composition class at the University of California, offered an unconventional reading of a poem by a contemporary Japanese-American writer. Data consisted of recordings of teacher-student conferences concentrating on the interpretation of the poem, a stimulated-recall session, and a follow-up interview. A "conventional" reading of the poem was constructed by asking six readers socialized in American literature departments (two senior English majors, two graduate students, and two English professors) to interpret the lines in question. Results indicated that while the subject's interpretation of the physical environment of the poem (that the character does not live in the wooden shacks and that she is really not poor) differed from the "conventional" reading, his interpretation was coherent and logical. Results also indicated that teacher talk in the conference was often qualified, challenged, and interrupted and that teacher expectations were often unfulfilled. Findings suggest that the laudable goal of facilitating underprepared students' entry into the academic community is actually compromised by a conversational pattern that channels students like the subject discussed here into more "efficient" discourse. (Excerpts from the teacher-student conference are included.) (Rs)
At the heart of teaching : a guide to reflective practice by Grace Hall McEntee( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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The mind at work : valuing the intelligence of the American worker
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Rose, Michael Anthony

Rose, Michael Anthony, 1944-

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The mind at work : valuing the intelligence of the American workerPossible lives : the promise of public education in AmericaWhy school? : reclaiming education for all of usPerspectives on literacyCritical strategies for academic thinking and writing : a text with readingsAn open language : selected writing on literacy, learning, and opportunityLives on the boundary : the struggles and achievements of America's underpreparedAt the heart of teaching : a guide to reflective practice