By Jeffrey Berman
In Death within the Classroom, Jeffrey Berman writes approximately Love and Loss, the path that he designed and taught years after his wife's loss of life, within which he explored together with his scholars the literature of bereavement. Berman, construction on his earlier classes that emphasised self-disclosing writing, indicates how his scholars wrote approximately their very own reports with love and loss, how their writing affected classmates and instructor alike, and the way writing approximately loss of life may end up in academic and mental breakthroughs. In an age during which 80 percentage of usa citizens die now not of their houses yet in associations, and within which, as a result, the residing are separated from the demise, Death within the Classroom finds how examining, writing, and conversing approximately demise can play an essential function in a student's education.
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He told me that Dying to Teach will appear in both cloth and paperback editions and that I can include up to 20 photographs of Barbara and our family. I’m elated, for this will be my most important book. I’m sad it’s ﬁnished—it was easier writing about her every day than not writing about her. Nevertheless, I’m delighted that others will soon be able to read about Barbara and her impact on her family and friends. I feel almost as much joy over the book’s acceptance for publication as I did when my granddaughter, Talia, was born last week.
Death in the Classroom: Writing About Love and Loss by Jeffrey Berman