A humánerőforrás kérdései az ápolásban
- Ujváriné Siket Adrienn; Ujváriné Dr.Siket Adrienn (1975-) (diplomás ápoló, pedagógia)
Models of pedagogical implementation of ICT in Israeli schools
- D. Mioduser; R. Nachmias; D. Tubin; A. Forkosh-baruch
Abstract The paper analyses the data collected in 10 schools in Israel which have incorporated ICT in unique ways and have succeeded in devising innovative classroom pedagogies and changes in teachers and students roles and outcomes. The major research questions addressed are: What levels of innovation were observed in the participant schools, and in which domains? How did the level of innovation in the various domains vary among and within schools? What correlation patterns among levels of innovation in the various domains can be identified? The data were analysed by mean of the innovation analysis schema developed for characterising ICT-based...
Running Head: Between-College Effects BETWEEN-COLLEGE EFFECTS ON STUDENTS RECONSIDERED
- Patrick T. Terenzini; Hyun Kyoung Ro; Alexander C. Yin
This study and the project from which it draws its data are supported by the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0550608). Any opinions expressed herein are those of the authors, and no endorsement by the National Science Foundation should be inferred. BETWEEN-COLLEGE EFFECTS ON STUDENTS RECONSIDERED Pascarella and Terenzini (1991, 2005) leave no doubt that students ’ experiences while enrolled are salient influences on a wide array of college outcomes. Those influences include students ’ curricular experiences (e.g., course-taking patterns and major field), classroom experiences (e.g., the quality of instruction and pedagogies encountered), and out-of-class experiences (e.g., faculty interactions, residence,...
Educación, libros y lecturas en el siglo XVIII hispanoamericano
- Ruiz Barrionuevo, Carmen
Las diferencias educativas entre hombres y mujeres marcaron la enseñanza en el siglo XVIII tanto en España como en América aunque, ya avanzado el siglo, se va a producir la entrada de las nuevas teorías que socavarán el tradicionalismo y conmoverán las costumbres establecidas. Se enumeran los autores europeos que más incidieron en este cambio, así como la reforma educativa que se produjo tras la expulsión de los jesuitas en 1776 y que dio lugar a la reforma de los sistemas pedagógicos vigentes. En la segunda parte se aborda la educación y las lecturas de las mujeres en México. Fue...
Evaluación del docente como factor de desarrollo profesional desde una pedagogía reflexiva : el caso de los docentes de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, cohorte de ingreso (2007-2011) modalidad hora cátedra
- Olarte Arias, Yury Arenis
Olarte Arias, Yury Arenis (2013) Evaluación del docente como factor de desarrollo profesional desde una pedagogía reflexiva : el caso de los docentes de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, cohorte de ingreso (2007-2011) modalidad hora cátedra. Maestría thesis, Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
Prática de ensino supervisionada em Ensino do 1º e 2º Ciclo do Ensino Básico
- Pereira, Tânia Filipa Alves
O relatório aqui presente foi realizado como parte integrante da Unidade Curricular de Prática de Ensino Supervisionado, no âmbito do curso de Mestrado em Ensino do 1.º e 2.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico. Esta prática decorreu no ano letivo 2012/2013, em dois contextos distintos. Neste relatório apresento a caraterização das instituições, assim como, das turmas. Descrevem-se e analisam-se algumas das experiências de ensino e aprendizagem desenvolvidas no âmbito do 1.º e 2.º Ciclos do Ensino Básico.
Pretende-se com este documento expor, de forma sintética, as experiências de ensino e aprendizagem desenvolvidas ao longo do estágio pedagógico. Salienta-se que, durante o decorrer...
Prática de ensino supervisionada em Ensino do 1.º e 2.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico
- Silva, Diana Roberta Teixeira da
Este documento reflete a prática educativa decorrida na unidade curricular “Prática de Ensino Supervisionada” (PES), do curso de Mestrado em Ensino do 1º e 2º Ciclo do Ensino Básico, ministrado na Escola Superior de Educação de Bragança. Iniciamos o relatório com uma leitura particular dos contextos educativos referentes às turmas onde desenvolvemos a ação pedagógica. Esta prática foidesenvolvidanum agrupamento de escolas da rede pública do norte de Portugal,num primeiro momento, com uma turma de 1º ano constituída por 21 alunos e, num segundo momento,comduas turmas de 6º ano de escolaridade, constituídas por 18 alunos e 21 alunos, respetivamente. As experiências...
Daniel K. Lapsley Ball State University Character Education
- Darcia Narvaez
Character education is both popular and controversial. A psychological approach to understanding its central constructs is proposed. We review philosophical conceptions of virtues and conclude that character education cannot be distinguished from rival approaches on the basis of a distinctive ethical theory. We review several educational issues, such as the manner in which the case is made for character education, the implications of broad conceptions of the field, whether character education is best defined by treatments or outcomes, and whether character education is best pursued with direct or indirect pedagogies, a debate that is placed into historical context. We note...
PEDAGOGICAL ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
This paper challenges the stereotypical portrayal of English Language teaching of all.By analyzing the pedagogy of a 'traditional ' teacher. The paper starts by distinguishing between 'pedagogy'-the teacher's personal construction of beliefs and practices about teaching and learning-and `methodology'-a generalized set of procedures underpinned by a theoretical rationale. Demonstrate your ability to apply rhetorical theory to your understanding of the teaching of writing. Also this assignment gives you practice at developing strategies that you need to understand the writing pedagogies and policies you encounter. Language learning is seen as a linear process, in which a certain structure cannot be taught/learned...
Australian Journal of Teacher Education Expanding Pedagogical Horizons: A Case Study of Teacher Professional Development
- Peter Burridge; Cathryn Carpenter; Peter Burridge; Cathryn Carpenter
Abstract: Development of pedagogies within schools that inform adolescent learning has been an ongoing struggle within education systems. A novel approach to this issue was taken by the Non Government Organisation (NGO) 'Evolve ’ based in Victoria, Australia, who worked in partnership with disadvantaged secondary schools to develop a multi-faceted curriculum. This curriculum incorporated traditional outdoor learning approaches of residential experiences and expeditionary journeys, alongside school based inquiry projects. Data collected over three years found that the different educational settings of the program exposed teachers to a range of teaching practices. This exposure combined with the collaborative development of curriculum...
- Diane Jass Ketelhut; Chris Dede; Jody Clarke
This National Science Foundation funded study is investigating novel pedagogies for helping teachers infuse inquiry into a standards-based science curriculum. Using a Multi-User Virtual Environment (MUVE) as a pedagogical vehicle, teams of middle school students are asked to collaboratively solve a simulated 19th century city’s problems with illness, through interaction with each others ’ “avatars”, digital artifacts, tacit clues, and computer-based “agents ” acting as mentors and colleagues in a virtual community of practice. This paper describes the results from the three implementations in 2004 with approximately 2000 students from geographical diverse urban areas. Results indicate that students do conduct...
INQUIRY LEARNING IN MULTI-USER VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS
- Diane Jass Ketelhut; Brian Nelson; Chris Dede; Jody Clarke
In this paper, we provide an overview of the design of an NSF-funded Multi-User Virtual Environment science curriculum project focusing on the creation of virtual experimentation methods and tools that go beyond a ‘canned lab ’ approach to concentrate on inquiry, using novel pedagogies to help low-performing students master complex skills. We present findings from students and teachers on the effectiveness of these methods, tools, and virtual contexts in creating an experimental learning environment authentic to what scientists experience in their work. Problem For decades, science educators have worked to infuse inquiry into the K-12 curriculum (AAAS 1990, 1993; NRC,...
Inquiry Teaching for Depth and Coverage via Multi-User Virtual Environments. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Conference
- Diane Jass Ketelhut; Jody Clarke; Chris Dede; Brian Nelson; Cassie Bowman
This National Science Foundation funded study is investigating novel pedagogies for helping teachers infuse inquiry into a standards-based science curriculum. Using a Multi-User Virtual Environment (MUVE) as a pedagogical vehicle, teams of middle school students are asked to collaboratively solve a simulated 19th century city’s problems with illness, through interaction with each others ’ “avatars”, digital artifacts, tacit clues, and computer-based “agents ” acting as mentors and colleagues in a virtual community of practice. This paper describes the results from the first of three implementations in 2004 with more than 1000 students from geographical diverse urban areas. Results indicate that...
Reflective pedagogy: Making meaning in experiental based online courses
- Kathy L. Guthrie
The use of reflective pedagogies has long been considered critical to facilitating meaningful learning through experientially based curricula; however, the use of such methods has not been extensively explored as implemented in virtual environments. The study reviewed utilizes a combination of survey research and individual interviews to examine student perceptions of the meaningful learning which occurred as a result of their participation in two Web-based courses that utilized reflective pedagogies. One course focuses on topics related to service-learning and the second on placement-based internships. Both were instructed using online coursework based in reflective pedagogies to compliment on-site placements within local...
Personalised learning spaces and self-regulated learning: Global examples of effective pedagogy
- Catherine Mcloughlin; Mark J. W. Lee
Recent educational research attests to an increasing awareness of the need to encourage learner control over the entire learning process. Web 2.0 and social software tools are capable of supporting informal conversation, dialogue and collaborative content generation, enabling access to a wide raft of ideas and representations. Used appropriately, they can shift control to the learner by promoting agency, autonomy and engagement in social networks that straddle multiple real and virtual learning spaces independent of physical, geographic, institutional and organisational boundaries. However, in order for selfregulated learning to come to fruition, students need not only to be able to choose...
A construção da identidade profissional do professor: uma análise de egressos do curso de Pedagogia
- Gomes, Alberto Albuquerque
Para compreender o contexto no qual se exerce a docência, considerando as novas demandas que
pressionam os professores a redefinirem seus papeis, tarefas e identidades, realizamos uma investigação
junto a alunos/as egressos do Curso de Pedagogia de uma universidade pública brasileira que atuam a
pelo menos dois anos na Rede Municipal de P. Prudente, SP, Brasil. Procuramos demonstrar como as
formas de inserção dos professores no mundo do trabalho podem ser fundamentais no fortalecimento da
identidade docente e como a perda da autonomia, as dificuldades de relacionamento entre
professores/alunos/pais de alunos podem fragilizar essa identidade.
Prática de Ensino Supervisionada em Ensino do 1.º e 2.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico
- Carvalho, Isabel Alves de
Este relatório foi efetuado no âmbito da Unidade Curricular de Prática de Ensino Supervisionada, no âmbito do Mestrado em Ensino do 1.º e 2.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico e pretende dar uma visão do que foi o nosso estágio nestes ciclos de ensino, apresentando e refletindo sobre algumas das atividades de ensino-aprendizagem realizadas. Salienta-se que foi na sequência das observações realizadas inicialmente que delineámos a nossa ação educativa. Nestas observações pareceu-nos que o trabalho desenvolvido nas turmas se baseava na pedagogia da transmissão, e foi partindo da vontade de alterar este modo de fazer pedagogia que orientámos a nossa ação,...
The Effectiveness of an Online MBA Program in Meeting Mid-Career Student Expectations
- Maurice Grzeda; Gloria E Miller; Isle Man; International Business School
Advances in teaching technologies have made online MBA programs more accessible to midcareer learners; precisely those who many suggest should be targeted. Previous research on the value of the MBA has focused on various student motivations, but not specifically on the experiences of North American mid-career learners. This study reports the results of a survey which asked online MBA students about expected career outcomes, why they had chosen the online format, and what skills they expected to acquire. A better understanding of the expectations of mid-career learners enrolled in online MBA studies may assist program designers in developing meaningful curriculum,...
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Centre
- John Hannon
Effective student engagement in learning is not a simple transposition of practices from the traditional classroom to the online environment, and strategies for engaging students may work less well in the unbounded spaces of interaction of the Internet where assumed understandings of teaching and learning have less hold. Even experienced practitioners encounter unexpected outcomes when designing pedagogies to engage students online, and in a range of studies students have been found to show great variation in how they engage in online learning. This study explores the complexities of shifting teaching practices to online spaces and the effects on the interactions...
Expanding to fit the (blog)space: Enhancing social work education through online technologies
- Susan Young
Social Work education has for some time laboured under the tag of being somewhat behind the times in relation to the use of elearning, and at the University of Western Australia (UWA) this idea rings true. One reason for this is that pedagogies within Social Work tend to hold true to the people-oriented nature of the discipline, and it has been difficult to see how technology can replicate this aspect of the field. Nevertheless, the problem exists that Social Work students are very often lacking in some of the digital literacies that are increasingly becoming important in the workplace, and...