Category: Education Policy

  • Download Nachhaltigkeit und Gerechtigkeit: Grundlagen und by Gerhard de Haan,Georg Kamp,Achim Lerch,Laura Martignon,Georg PDF

    By Gerhard de Haan,Georg Kamp,Achim Lerch,Laura Martignon,Georg Müller-Christ,Hans Gottfried Nutzinger

    Die Ausrichtung des Handelns auf die Ziele einer nachhaltigen und gerechten Entwicklung geht mit der Forderung nach einer gezielten Vermittlung entsprechender Bildungsinhalte einher.

    Auf der Grundlage klarer begrifflicher Unterscheidungen zwischen einem planungsrationalen Konzept der Nachhaltigkeit und einem an die moralphilosophische culture anschließenden Konzept der Gerechtigkeit markiert die Studie die Handlungserfordernisse und analysiert die Hemmnisse, die es zu überwinden gilt. Daraus werden systematisch die Kompetenzen abgeleitet, um deren Vermittlung sich schulische Bildung verstärkt bemühen sollte.

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  • Download Politics of Anti-Racism Education: In Search of Strategies by George J. Sefa Dei,Mairi McDermott PDF

    By George J. Sefa Dei,Mairi McDermott

    This number of essays invitations readers to imagine via severe questions touching on anti-racism schooling, comparable to: How does anti-racism schooling centre race as an analytic and concurrently paintings with a number of websites of oppression, with out reifying hierarchies of difference? How can anti-racism schooling be engaged to talk to ancient questions of energy and privilege, inside traditional education practices? How will we realize anti-racism schooling in its many iterations?

    In this publication the authors discover the data that constitutes anti-racism schooling and the ways that wisdom constitutive of anti-racism schooling turns into embodied via specific pedagogues. The authors are anti-racism educators with reviews in diversified settings: the chapters disguise a variety of fields and socio-historic geographies, handle modern academic matters, and are located inside personal-political, old and philosophical conversations.

    Anti-racism schooling is a discursive stance and steeped in politics that form and are formed by way of daily conversations, theories, and practices. The essays during this assortment paintings via some of the chances and boundaries of accomplishing counter-hegemonic schooling for transformative studying. Readers will notice lived reviews, concept, perform and important reflexivity.

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  • Download Battling the Student Engagement Front: Fresh Tactics in a by Justin A. Collins PDF

    By Justin A. Collins

    The college finance debate has profoundly formed the tutorial reform panorama over the last 4 many years. such a lot conspicuously, judges point billion buck decrees in line with scant and conflicting findings. This e-book sought to discover even if university investment practices fulfill the fairness and adequacy criteria delineated via policymakers and judges, and demanded by means of the wider public. A investment formulation myopia, the e-book argues, has left pupil engagement principally missed. It comes as no shock, as a result, that massive investment improvements have brought disappointing results effects. The booklet argues front of the study room needs to turn into and stay the epicenter of reform task: and that remodeling tutorial and engagement behaviors are effort-intensive endeavors that little or no in pecuniary phrases. in spite of everything, an eye fixed at the scholar engagement/pedagogical ball over the longer term will carry the implications that money infusions easily can't. The ebook concludes by means of documenting how academic leaders can move approximately using such fascinating learning/instructional behaviors, and the quantified try out ranking earnings that may be anticipated to follow.
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  • Download Manual de emergencia para agentes de cambio educativo by Raúl González García PDF

    By Raúl González García

    los angeles llegada de nuevas tecnologías está chocando frontalmente con el uso de viejas pedagogías, que se niegan a abandonar l. a. educación y mantienen secuestrado un cambio educativo que todos consideran urgente.
    El libro handbook de emergencia para agentes de cambio educativo es, como su propio nombre indica, un handbook práctico para transformar l. a. mentalidad de los profesores y l. a. cultura de las organizaciones educativas, con el fin de generar el cambio de paradigma educativo que nos ha tocado protagonizar a los docentes del siglo XXI.
    El libro está dividido en tres partes:

    Revolución electronic y nuevos perfiles de alumnos: ¿Qué es realmente los angeles revolución 2.0 de web y por qué está transformando los angeles forma de aprender? ¿Quiénes son los millennials, esos nuevos perfiles de alumnos que se comportan de manera tan diferente a como esperan los docentes? ¿Cómo se educa a un millennial?

    Coaching educativo: ¿Qué enfoques pedagógicos funcionan en un aula donde se utilizan las nuevas tecnologías del aprendizaje?¿Cuáles son los nuevos roles docen tes en el nuevo paradigma educativo? ¿Cómo puede el training optimizar los angeles relación de colaboración con los alumnos?

    Liderazgo educativo: ¿Qué tipo de liderazgo educativo se necesita en el siglo XXI? ¿Qué está bloqueando el cambio en las organizaciones educativas actuales? ¿Cómo generar un cambio de cultura educativa en los angeles práctica?

    Escrito con el estilo práctico, conciso y directo de un weblog, el libro aporta ejemplos concretos, casos reales y herramientas para llevar a cabo los angeles enorme transformación educativa que todas las escuelas y universidades van a tener que realizar en los próximos años.

    Raúl González García (Madrid, 1976) es cofundador de Conektio, consultora de innovación educativa especializada en transformar las organizaciones educativas a través de las personas que trabajan en ellas. Ha trabajado como profesor y consultor en Desarrollo Organizacional en España, Suecia y México, siempre con un enfoque de cambio, los angeles educación y de los angeles innovación centrado en las personas. Escribe habitualmente sobre cultura electronic y nuevas tendencias de aprendizaje, colaboración y liderazgo en su blog
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  • Download Black British Intellectuals and Education: by Paul Warmington PDF

    By Paul Warmington

    Ask any reasonably Briton to call a black highbrow and likelihood is the reaction might be an American identify: Malcolm X or Barack Obama, Toni Morrison or Cornel West. but Britain has its personal powerful black highbrow traditions and its personal grasp lecturers, between them C.L.R. James, Claudia Jones, Ambalavaner Sivanandan, Stuart corridor and Paul Gilroy. in spite of the fact that, whereas within the united states black public intellectuals are an embedded, if usually embattled, function of nationwide lifestyles, black British thinkers stay generally marginalized.

    Black British Intellectuals and Education

    counters this forget by means of exploring histories of race, schooling and social justice during the paintings of black British public intellectuals: lecturers, educators and campaigners. The publication offers a serious background of numerous currents in black British highbrow creation, from the eighteenth century, via post-war migration and into the ‘post-multicultural’ current, targeting the occasionally hidden affects of black thinkers on schooling and social justice. to begin with, it argues that black British thinkers have helped essentially to form academic coverage, perform and philosophy, relatively within the post-war interval. Secondly, it means that schooling has been one of many key areas during which the mass cognizance of being black and British has emerged, and a key web site within which black British highbrow positions were outlined and differentiated.

    Chapters explore:

    • the early improvement of black British highbrow existence, from the slave narratives to the anti-colonial events of the early 20th century

    • how African-Caribbean and Asian groups started to arrange opposed to racial inequalities in education within the post-Windrush period of the Nineteen Fifties and 60s

    • how, from out of those grassroots struggles, black intellectuals and activists of the Nineteen Seventies, 80s and 90s built radical evaluations of schooling, early life and structural racism

    • the impression of multiculturalism, black cultural experiences and black feminism on education

    • present advancements in black British academic paintings, together with ‘post-racial’ methods, severe Race conception and black social conservatism.

    Black British Intellectuals and Education

    could be of key relevance to undergraduates, postgraduates and lecturers engaged in learn on race, ethnicity, schooling, social justice and cultural studies.
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  • Download Breaking Through the Access Barrier: How Academic Capital by Edward P. St. John,Shouping Hu,Amy S. Fisher PDF

    By Edward P. St. John,Shouping Hu,Amy S. Fisher

    Breaking during the entry Barrier argues that the regulations designed to handle inequalities in collage entry are failing to handle underlying problems with inequality. This e-book introduces educational capital formation (ACF), a groundbreaking new conception outlined by way of relations wisdom of academic innovations and the possibilities for pursuing them. The authors recommend targeting intervention courses and public coverage to advertise development in educational coaching, collage info, and scholar relief.

    This textbook bargains:

    • a new construct–academic capital–that integrates and attracts upon latest literature on influencing entry to varsity

    • practical recommendation for higher instruction and intervention

    • real scholar results, databases, and interviews taken from exemplary intervention programs

    • empirical examine illuminating the function of sophistication replica in schooling and the way interventions (financial, educational, and networking) can decrease scholar barriers

    • quantitative and qualitative research of the significance and effectiveness of a number of significant coverage interventions.

    Written for classes on better schooling coverage and coverage research, readers will locate Breaking during the entry Barrier deals priceless recommendation for operating inside of new coverage frameworks and reshaping the way forward for academic possibilities and entry for under-represented scholars from deprived backgrounds.

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  • Download Education for Renaissance in Africa-Small Format by Raphael J. Njoroge PDF

    By Raphael J. Njoroge

    This ebook goals at contributing to a imaginative and prescient of African Renaissance articulated by way of President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa, the successor of the illustrious son of Africa, Nelson Mandela. As a part of that imaginative and prescient the e-book emphasizes the necessity for tutorial associations often and Africa specifically to reinforce the coed attainment of the values of liberation, creativity and a sort of social attention that's directed towards the advance of the human in Africa and within the interdependent worldwide community.
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  • Download Doing Youth Participatory Action Research: Transforming by Nicole Mirra,Antero Garcia,Ernest Morrell PDF

    By Nicole Mirra,Antero Garcia,Ernest Morrell

    Doing adolescence Participatory motion study offers an remarkable, in-depth exploration of the pragmatics and probabilities of youth-driven study. Drawing upon a number of years of expertise enticing formative years in rigorous, serious inquiry concerning the stipulations impacting their lives, the authors research how YPAR encourages the academic neighborhood to re-imagine the functions of teens and the needs of training, studying, and learn itself.

    Much greater than a "how-to" consultant for these drawn to growing their very own YPAR tasks, this ebook attracts upon the voices of scholars and educators, in addition to the a number of ancient traditions of serious learn, to explain how adolescence inquiry transforms each one step of the conventional learn technique. From deciding on learn inquiries to amassing information and disseminating findings, each one bankruptcy info how YPAR revolutionizes conventional conceptions of who produces wisdom, the way it is produced, and for what reasons. The booklet weaves jointly study, coverage, and perform to provide YPAR as a convention with the ability to problem entrenched social and academic inequalities, empower severely acutely aware adolescence, and revolutionize pedagogy in study rooms and communities.

    For researchers, educators, group participants, and early life who are looking to attach, query, and rework the area jointly, Doing adolescence Participatory motion examine is a wealthy resource of either pragmatic methodological tips and inspiration.

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  • Download The Cultural Proficiency Journey: Moving Beyond Ethical by Franklin L. CampbellJones,Brenda CampbellJones,Randall B. PDF

    By Franklin L. CampbellJones,Brenda CampbellJones,Randall B. Lindsey

    Because equitable schooling for each baby is an ethical imperative!

    Providing a great schooling to each baby is actually an ethical critical, requiring profound swap by means of agencies and contributors. spotting that real switch starts from inside of, this compelling booklet exhibits how educators can improve a deeper own knowing of cultural distinction and recommend for equitable studying of their school rooms, colleges, and districts. Readers will find:

    • An method of cultural talent as a framework for ethical motion that's grounded in major idea on ethics and organizational development

    • Reflective routines for person research, team studying, and collaborative work

    • Richly unique case experiences that current tough dilemmas for serious self-reflection and workforce discussions

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  • Download Differently Academic?: Developing Lifelong Learning for by Sue Jackson PDF

    By Sue Jackson

    Lifelong studying is a key function of society this day, and is seemingly embraced by way of a variety of educators and running shoes, in addition to via governments and employers. during this wide-ranging ebook, Sue Jackson indicates that universities were sluggish to embody a lifelong studying time table, and argues that the lifelong studying stories of girls – and particularly of working-class scholars – are seldom welcomed within the academy.

    In its distinctive issues of the stories of girls scholars and lecturers, this publication expounds an cutting edge and important research of ladies in larger schooling. it is going to provide a transparent indication of different innovations for rookies, academics and coverage makers.

    This booklet might be of key curiosity to an individual operating within the fields of lifelong studying or carrying on with schooling who's drawn to making studying available and significant for deprived teams. it's going to additionally entice scholars of schooling, women's experiences, gender experiences and sociology; and to these drawn to problems with gender, social category, feminist concept and feminist research.

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