A Framework: Understanding & Working With Students & Adult from Poverty. Ruby K. Payne A Framework Understanding Working With Students Adult from Poverty People in poverty face challenges virtually unknown to those in middle class or wealth challenges from both obvious and hidden sources The reality of being poor brings out a survival mentality and tu
  • Title: A Framework: Understanding & Working With Students & Adult from Poverty.
  • Author: Ruby K. Payne
  • ISBN: 9780964743748
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
A Framework: Understanding & Working With Students & Adult from Poverty. Ruby K. PaynePeople in poverty face challenges virtually unknown to those in middle class or wealth challenges from both obvious and hidden sources The reality of being poor brings out a survival mentality, and turns attention away from opportunities taken for granted by everyone else If you work with people from poverty, some understanding of how different their world is from yoursPeople in poverty face challenges virtually unknown to those in middle class or wealth challenges from both obvious and hidden sources The reality of being poor brings out a survival mentality, and turns attention away from opportunities taken for granted by everyone else If you work with people from poverty, some understanding of how different their world is from yours will be invaluable Whether you re an educator or a social, health, or legal services professional this breakthrough book gives you practical, real world support and guidance to improve your effectiveness in working with people from all socioeconomic backgrounds Since 1995 A Framework for Understanding Poverty has guided hundreds of thousands of educators and other professionals through the pitfalls and barriers faced by all classes, especially the poor Carefully researched and packed with charts, tables, and questionnaires, Framework not only documents the facts of poverty, it provides practical yet compassionate strategies for addressing its impact on people s lives.
A Framework: Understanding & Working With Students & Adult from Poverty. Ruby K. Payne

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  1. Building High Achieving SchoolsThe book is primarily directed at building a model for combating poverty by tackling them at the earliest level of perpetuation in schools.Schools, Payne advocates, should be our first line of defense against encroaching poverty and also our most effective weapon to beat it back Unlike most economic tools, schools can be fine tuned and deployed according to strict frameworks.The thrust is thus primarily on how to deal with poverty in schools and how to equip the st [...]

  2. updated review WAIT STOP IF YOU PURCHASED OR ARE CONSIDERING PURCHASING THIS BOOK YOU NEEDN T DO IT SAVE YOURSELF SOME TIME AND GOOGLE MISEDUCATING TEACHERS ABOUT THE POOR A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RUBY PAYNE S CLAIMS ABOUT POVERTY do you believe that ascribing to a middle class aesthetic is the pinnacle of existence Do you believe that education is the best, most acceptable, most desired way to gain prominence in our society Do you believe we should continue down this path then hurray here is a bo [...]

  3. Payne s book is a perfect example of what is wrong with the conservative approach to education In this book, sold to districts all over the country, Payne peddles soft racism and discredited social theory, based on her anecdotal observations, rather than real research.It s a pretty appealing formula rather than address the root causes of poverty in this country or community, demonize the poor through condescension and disapproval rather than outright hostility I had the misfortune of going to a [...]

  4. This was required reading last year at one of my buildings I would retitle it Reinforcing Poverty, making stereotypes stick I found it to be extremely troubling.

  5. Full of generalizations, yes Entirely wrong no The role of language and story Hidden rules among classes Characteristics of Generational Poverty are some of the better chapters There ARE rules of behavior and language in the middle class and other classes and trying to function in a middle class atmosphere requires knowledge of these rules This is not a judgment statement, just statement of fact just as knowledge of French would be a requirement for success in France The difference is that knowl [...]

  6. This is a controversial book, to say the least, featuring some very broad generalizations about poverty that lend themselves to stereotypes that are unhelpful and de politicizing The unexamined will control us, and this book is about unexamined assumptions and the hidden social rules of each class that keep individuals pigeonholed and divided It is ironic, then, that the author is accused by some of doing the pigeonholing and dividing She is accused of racism, although what she seeks to demonstr [...]

  7. This book came highly recommended from various TFA types It is horrible it is full of subtly veiled stereotypes and essentialization, couched in psuedo pyschology from someone who claims to understand the lives of people living in poverty because she married someone who grew up in poverty I think this book could actually be really dangerous for the mindsets it reinforces while presenting itself as a compassionate, indispensible guide to working with certain populations.

  8. There is some useful stuff in here, but there are some huge problematic things going on in this book Primarily it s very classist I also think its a dangerous book in the sense that if one allows oneself to read this book without a questioning mind, one may get sucked into the simple explanations the author offers It s quite payneful how she explains poverty.

  9. I got Ms Payne s book based on some interesting excerpts that someone posted online The excerpts had to do with the different types of speech and how they influence learning and even ways of thinking The poster quoted some sections from the book which assert that the differences in speech between the general classes of poverty, middle class and wealth have much impact on the brain than most people realize This intrigued me The book is targeted at school administrators and employers, but I think [...]

  10. Dr Payne offers outstanding discourse on variations in socioeconomic outlooks and perspectives I used this quite a bit when dealing with offenders in my work as a probation parole officer.Payne has an uncanny ability to vet out subtle cultural nuances and how they relate to one s world view I highly recommend this book as a quick study for understanding the things people do things which might otherwise leave you bewildered Now, I understand that there are some folks who dismiss this book as soft [...]

  11. Wow After hearing reference to this book so many times within the realm of education, I finally sat down to read it myself Let me save you some time don t bother reading this book It s misguided and is based on Payne s personal perspectives, not on research I now understand why I ve heard such strong critiques of Payne ultimately I think not only that is the book ill informed, but also that Payne s case studies and conclusions are harmful then helpful It perpetuates stereotypes and assumptions [...]

  12. I d forgotten being forced to read A Framework for Understanding Poverty for a PD in my school a few years ago It s still used in my district as a basis for a class by the same name The tone is condescending rather than authoritative Having been a very poor kid growing up, I resent academics who blame w out also assigning some personal accountability for individuals circumstances, which, as I recall, is the case here.

  13. During Grad school, I skimmed this book and remembered that it had a lot of good info about the cultural differences between classes poverty, middle class, wealthy , so when I saw that a friend was reading it down here, I decided to give it a second look It is written with educators in mind, so it was only slightly applicable to what I am doing at this point in my life, and it is written about poverty in the US What I found very interesting is that so many of the things we see here that we think [...]

  14. This book was eye opening in helping me understand the influence of class on world view and values For example, entertainment being valued in poverty and exclusivity being valued in wealth I am a little bewildered by some of the negative reviews on this book Ok, the author generalizes so there are some stereotypical situations at play But generalizing and categorizing are how we make sense of things and gain the tools to influence them OF COURSE, the generalities and stereotypes do not explain e [...]

  15. A good understanding of different value systems and having a broader view I caution readers to not take it too literally as it is still important to individualize people and not think they fall into on group or another simply because of their income DON T OVERGENERALIZE

  16. I ve been through this Ruby Payne training twice and each time I am amazed at how helpful it is I have learned so much about the struggles of each class It was very practial to use with students or the public in general.

  17. The author does follow through on her promise to help you understand poverty better She provides a lot of insights into how people in poverty make decisions that were quite eye opening to me They helped make sense of a lot of behavior that I had currently found inexplicable However, when it comes to what to do about it, how do you help a child learn the behaviors that will take her out of poverty, the book was lacking The chapters on application were nothing than over generalized, high level li [...]

  18. I m sure I will get some heat for this but This book is part a book study, so I was required to read it The book was very disturbing The author goes on endlessly about low income students and described low income value sets and how these translate to poor academic performance Her goal is to have students learn middle class values and communication styles to enable them to achieve a middle class lifestyle This book is all about getting students to conform to a middle class European American stan [...]

  19. This book was very disturbing I was told to read it for my elementary education program and I found it to be poorly written and racist The author went on endlessly about low income students and described low income value sets and how these translate to poor academic performance Her goal is to have students learn middle class values and communication styles to enable them to achieve a middle class lifestyle This book is all about getting students to conform to a middle class European American sta [...]

  20. This book was full of implications relating to the population of students I work with As I read the several case studies, examples, and theories about the cultural differences of people in generational and situational poverty, I was flooded with memories of particular situations with students in the past Things that have frustrated me that are caused by different cultural values and priorities, different forms of communication, different family relationships and values, a lack of support systems [...]

  21. My work for today This book was a revelation Ruby Payne Ph.D masterfully explores the dimensions of poverty beyond money and analyses the different mindsets from poverty to middle class to wealthy Payne explores the realities of poverty in a very honest and relatable way and offers actionable strategies for preparing children of poverty to navigate successfully through the hidden roles of this middle class rigged society The barriers are real, the matrix is set up against you It s only through u [...]

  22. Love this book So eye opening and thought provoking Seriously love it I ve been telling everyone to read it.

  23. A short book only 117 pages before the notes and appendix that provides precisely what the title says a framework for understanding poverty Easy to read and full of profound insights Several chapters had content that led to Aha moments of understanding I think anyone working with urban poverty in the US would find this a worthwhile book to read.Some key insights From the introduction 1 Generational poverty and situational poverty are different2 This work is based on patterns All patterns have ex [...]

  24. Awesome Easy to understand and immediately useful WIN.Some key points to remember 1 Poverty is relative If everyone around you has similar circumstances, the notion of poverty and wealth is vague Poverty or wealth only exists in relationship to the known quantities or expectation.2 Poverty occurs among people of all ethnic backgrounds and in all countries.The notion of a middle class as a large segment of society is a phenomenon of this century The percentage of the population that is poor is su [...]

  25. This book was from the personal experience and research of doctor Payne regarding the three levels of wealth as identified in the schooling system as poverty , middle class , and wealth The focus in the book is on the resources that are necessary to change from one class to the next It helps the reader to identify those resources, understand why one class has some types of resources and the other classes have different resources She claims that poverty has very little if nothing to do with actua [...]

  26. This is a non judgmental book about understanding the differences and inequalities in American society There are many and Payne does an amazing job of explaining the differences between the impoverished, the middle class and the wealthy.It is refreshing to read a book that treats the impoverished with respect It acknowledges that these are the people who have to make hard decisions all day, every day While it is easy to stand back and judge them, this book invites you into their lives, their lan [...]

  27. I ll admit I only got about halfway through this book, actually the audiobook, read by the author , and my initial observation that you can practically hear the pearls this woman is wearing when she speaks has not given way to a favorable impression after several hours Dr Payne is clearly much better at marketing than she is at sociology, and her patronizing tone never improved This woman wants you to know that she has black friends She loved Music Of The Heart She uses the word homosexual , bu [...]

  28. I personally grew up in poverty and I have worked with high poverty children for 10 years This book explained a lot of things to me that I already knew to be true about my students It also explained WHY a lot of things happened the way they did in my own family I found it interesting that she s found cultural correlations among impoverished subgroups in various countries, not just here Some people my disagree, strongly even On this site, she s even been called a racist though I didn t see that i [...]

  29. Tom and I had a pretty intense conversation about this book Tom thinks this book is highly racist I think this book has a mix of good and bad qualities and shouldn t be the ONLY book you read about poverty It s a decent start though I ve seen this book referenced at a lot of workshops and poverty trainings I think it gives a basic understanding in academic terms for people who may receive culture shock as my mom likes to say when not use to dealing with people from different socio economic backg [...]

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