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This is a biography of Sylvia Ashton-Warner who was a wife, mother, teacher, writer and artist. She led a life of self-doubt, driven by passions, which lay behind a mask she dare not lower. She worked with Maori children in New Zealand before fleeing to North America. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. ISBN13:9780670819379.
Sylvia Constance Ashton-Warner MBE (17 December 1908 – 28 April 1984) was a New Zealand writer, poet and educator. Ashton-Warner was born on 17 December 1908, in Stratford, New Zealand. She spent many years teaching Māori children, using stimulating and often pioneering techniques which she wrote about in her 1963 treatise Teacher and in the various volumes of her autobiography.
Hood chronicles Ashton-Warner's misery and empty relationships in exhausting but unilluminating detail. And while there are plenty of testimonies to the impact of her theatrically charismatic appeal, the genuinely positive side of her nature never emerges here. A dull yet disturbing portrait of the late novelist/educator.
The Biography of Sylvia Ashton-Warner won first prize at the 1980 Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Awards. a b "Past Winners by Author".
The Biography of Sylvia Ashton-Warner won first prize at the 1980 Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Awards Minnie Dean: Her Life & Crimes was a finest in the 1995 New Zealand Book Awards. In 2002, City Possessed: The Christchurch Civic Creche Case won the Readers' Choice Award and the Montana Medal for Non-Fiction at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards .
Sylvia Ashton-Warner. Flag as Inappropriate The Ashton School in the Dominican. Flag as Inappropriate The Ashton School in the Dominican Republic was founded in 1998 and was named in honour of Ashton-Warner, whose teaching methods inspired the school. You must be true to yourself.
frequently portrayed, as did Sylvia herself, Sylvia Ashton-Warner’s educational. Who is Sylvia? The diary of a biography. This article has been published in the book Provocations: Sylvia Ashton-Warner and Excitability in Education. Dunedin, New Zealand: John McIndoe. Used with permission.
Sylvia Ashton-Warner, New Zealand educator and writer of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. In the field of education, she became known for her innovative work in adapting traditional British teaching methods to the special needs of Maori children. Thank you for your feedback. Sylvia Ashton-Warner.