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  1. Presentación

    Departamento de Ciencias de la Educación
    A cuarenta y dos años del último número de los Archivos de Ciencias de la Educación, y con el mismo nombre vuelve hoy a editarse en su tercera época. Los que hemos tomado la responsabilidad de hacerlo tenemos perfecta conciencia de la significación y de las dificultades de una empresa de este tipo. Pero no nos sentimos solos, puesto que ya vivimos un clima nacional y universal de resurrección de una pedagogía integral de base científica y filosófica. Nos alienta el espíritu de lucha de los fundadores, aunque debamos reconocer -paradoja de los tiempos- que todavía nuestras armas no tienen...

  2. Bibliografía pedagógica reciente

    Departamento de Ciencias de la Educación
    Se reseñan los siguientes libros: * UNESCO. La situación educativa en América Latina. La enseñanza primaria: estado, problemas, perspectivas * Hylla, Erich y Wrinkle, William L. Las escuelas y la enseñanza en Europa Occidental * Cháteau, Jean (direc.). Los grandes pedagogos * Instituto Bibliográfico de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Bibliografía argentina de filosofía y ciencias de la educación * American Educational Research Association. National Education Association. Encyclopedia of Educational Research * Alexander, Cárter y Burke, Arvid J. How to lócate educational infor- mation and data. An aid to quick utilization of the literature of education * Sicker, Albert. El cine en la vida psíquica del niño *...

  3. Revista de revistas

    Departamento de Ciencias de la Educación
    Se detalla el contenido de las siguientes revistas: Adult Leadership, Anales, Anales del Instituto de Investigaciones Psicopedagógicas, Bordón, Bulletin du Bureau international d’éducation, Bulletin du développement communautaire, Educación, Educare, Education News, Educational Theory, El Monitor de la Educación Común, Escola secundaria, I Problemi della Pedagogia, International Review of Education, The News Letter, Perspectivas Pedagógicas, The Phi Delta Kappan, Plana, Proyecto principal de educación, Revista Brasileira de Estudos Pedagógicos, Revista colombiana de educación, Revista de educación (año I, Nº 4), Revista de educación (año V, Nº 5-6), Ricerche didattiche, Rivista di Filosofia, Rivista di legislazione scolastica comparata.

  4. DESCRIPTORS,*Dyslexia; Elementary Secondary Education;-*Learning

    David Harrill; Neurological Impairments Neurological Organization
    For many years dyslexia has been incorrectly applied to those who have demonstrated difficulty in learning to read. Given the proper guidance and opportunities forbecoming sensitive to demonstrations of the workings of language and engaging their minds in learning, many students will overcome their so-called learning disabilities. However-, there are some language disorders that have a neurophysiological basis. One study suggests a lack of cerebral asymmetry may lead to dyslexia. Computerized axial tomography (CAT scan) has given support to the hypotheses that to the extent that learning to read involves gestalt perception and right hemispheric, processing,. abnormal specialization of the...

  5. Teachers of Poor Communities: The Tale of Instructional Media Use

    Mehadi Abdo; Tesfaye Semela
    Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of working conditions at school on teachers ’ level of instructional media use in the primary school system of Gedeo Zone, southern Ethiopia. The survey was made on a sample of 139 (24.4 % female and male 75.6 %) teachers who were randomly drawn from 9 primary schools (four rural and five urban primary schools). The instruments used to generate data were self-reported questionnaires tapping the level of instructional media use and the associated school-level environmental factors. The findings based on Factor Analysis revealed three independent dimensions of school...


    [pt] Este trabalho teve como objetivo compreender a relação dos estudantes de Pedagogia com a escrita a partir de suas autoavaliações e também com base nas percepções dos professores. Foram selecionadas duas disciplinas específicas do curso de Pedagogia de uma universidade: uma obrigatória e outra optativa. Assim, a pesquisa consiste em um estudo de caso, com as técnicas de questionário e entrevista. Os dados foram analisados com o auxílio dos programas Excel e Atlas Ti. Os resultados obtidos indicam que as disciplinas específicas estudadas não apenas auxiliam os estudantes que necessitam de apoio, como também ampliam sua base de conhecimento.

  7. Pre-service Teachers ’ Conceptions of Education for Sustainability

    Neus (snowy Evans; Hilary Whitehouse; Ruth Hickey; Neus (snowy Evans; Hilary Whitehouse; Ruth Hickey
    Abstract: Environmental education researchers argue that pre-service teachers have a limited understanding of education for sustainability. The research described in this article applies a phenomenographic approach to investigating variations in how a representative cohort of 30 pre-service teachers, at various stages of completing an education degree at a small regional Australian university, understands the concept of education for sustainability. The results distinguish four related but distinctive categories of descriptions: (1) education that is continuous; (2) education about ecological systems and environmental systems; (3) education that is active, hands-on, local and relevant; and (4) education for the future. This paper discusses...

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    Samira Slaoui; Mohamed Ben Abdellah
    La pédagogie par action de l’entrepreneuriat: réflexion autour d’une expérience auprès des élèves ingénieurs [ Pedagogy per share of entrepreneurship: a reflection on experience with engineering students]

  9. Student Self-Identity as a Critical Thinker The Influence of Attitudes, Attitude Strength, and Normative Beliefs

    Kevin Celuch; Gary Black; Bradley Warthan
    During the past decade, critical thinking has received increasing recognition in the marketing education literature. However, much of the extant literature emphasizes techniques tied to implementing critical thinking approaches, while questions exist regarding the processes by which students are influenced through participation in critical thinking pedagogies. This study merges attitudes, norms, and self-identity literature as a means of addressing the question of how students come to view themselves as critical thinkers. Specifically, the authors hypothesize that attitude strength should moderate the influence of attitudes on normative beliefs. Normative beliefs, in turn, are posited to mediate the influence of the Attitude...

  10. Children’s Aid Society of Toronto

    Tracy Ford
    Queer knowledges can proffer a location where identities grow. They enable learners to challenge heterosexualizing discourses and heteronormative ways of being, doing, becoming, and belonging. In doing so they situate queer performance as an alternative pedagogy that often forms new directions for personal development as it cuts across themes of postmodernity such as diversity, identity, representation, audience, textuality, body image/consciousness, and self-definition … They open paths to educational pedagogies that are democratic, unsettling and unsettled, dynamic, inclusive, transgressive, and perhaps most importantly, transformative. (Grace, 2004, p.2) In North America, there is a small contingent of community educators teaching Working with...

  11. Teacher identity, pedagogy and disciplinarity: Exploring the three strands of practice

    Julie Ballantyne; Peter Grootenboer
    Disciplinarity has long been associated with pedagogy – teachers ’ approaches differ depending on the discipline being taught and the ages of their students (Martinez, 1994; Shulman, 1987; Shulman & Sparks, 1992). Literature in the area suggests that discipline specialist teachers tend to view themselves firstly as specialists (mathematicians, scientists, musicians), and secondly as teachers, and this translates into particular approaches to curriculum and pedagogy. Additionally, it seems that non-specialists tend to view themselves firstly as teachers (often as specialists of particular aged children), and secondly as experts in the discipline. ‘Teacher Identity ’ as a construct has been used...

  12. Annexes

    Et Al; Universite De Geneve; Faculte De; Psychologie Et; Des Sciences; A La; Pedagogie Du; Texte Il; Uni Dufour; Daniel Bain; Clairette Davaud; Françoise Dun; Jocelyne Pittard; Isabelle Rordorf-wiblé; Bernard Schneuwly; Table Des Matieres; Etape Pré-texte
    BAIN, Daniel, et al. Contributions à la pédagogie du texte II. Genève: Université de Genève, Faculté de psychologie et des sciences de l'éducation, 1988, 129 p.

  13. Achieving Consciousness and Transformation in the Classroom: Race, Gender, Sexual Orientations and Social Justice

    Manpreet Dhillon; Jerome Rabow; Vanessa Han; Saskia Maltz; Jennifer Moore
    This paper examines the way in which the selected use of transformative pedagogy can affect stu-dent consciousness about race, gender, and sexual orientation. Students in an upper division hon-ors class at a large research university were required to post six comments per week to an online class portal, related to readings, class discussions, videos, and presentations, for a class on the public education pedagogies. Our research examines these web posts where students are encou-rages and free to express their feelings and ideas. At the end of the semester, students were asked to utilize these posts in order to identify evidence...

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    Dr Dorit Maor
    Does the use of the TPACK model enhance digital pedagogies: We don’t understand the present so how can we imagine the future?

  15. Communication design and community: pedagogy and empowerment

    Bronwen Gray; Alan Young
    This paper will discuss two social action initiatives that were undertaken as part of communication design courses offered in Australia and New Zealand. Each initiative involved student designers collaborating with a discreet community on a project that each community had identified as of importance to them. It provided the students with valuable industry experience and with the opportunity to think not only critically about the world in which they live, but also to think about how designers can make ethically responsible work, rather than churning out logos, brands and adverts aimed at encouraging rampant materialism and fostering the shallowness of...

  16. Do incomensurável ao quantitativo : os discursos de verdade das ciências biológicas na produção de corpos sexuados

    Morando, André
    Historicamente o conhecimento científico produz uma maneira de pensar a diferença sexual, muito embora, deva-se levar em conta que é a bagagem do gênero e não a ciência que define o sexo. Sendo assim, não há como pensar corpos e identidades de maneira universal, no entanto, há formas quase que totalizantes de interpretação das distinções do que é ser masculino ou feminino nas sociedades ocidentais. Para além da universalização da diferença sexual, a ciência do sexo produz saberes e autoriza atores a multiplicá-los como verdades. O docente de biologia está em um lugar de poder que o autoriza a falar...

  17. An Investigation into Effectiveness of Peer Feedback

    Grace Hui; Chin Lin; Paul Shih; Chieh Chien
    Copious researches argue the effectiveness of peer-correction in writing courses (e.g., Connor & Asenavage, 1994). Also, Coit (2004) mentions using peer feedback for correcting articles through a student-centered environment is a beneficial pedagogy to extend learners’ academic-style writing practice. Therefore, this study focused on investigating effectiveness of peer feedback from communal, cognitive, cooperative and pedagogical perspectives. This study also argues that it is English writing teachers ’ obligation and responsibility that they should ensure their writing learners compose articles in an atmosphere where they can learn from their peers cooperatively. According to Coit (2004), “Based on theories in collaborative learning...

  18. An Interview with Subramani

    Manulani Aluli Meyer; Vilsoni Hereniko; Caroline Sinavaiana-gabbard; David Welchman Gegeo; Vilsoni Hereniko
    It is a privilege to comment on “The Oceanic Imaginary ” by Subramani, a very distinguished Pacific Island writer whose work I have long a d m i re d. His Dialogue article is especially welcome because it raises issues that lie at the core of my own re s e a rch and that point the direction for Pacific Island writers and scholars who want to (re) c reate Native Pacific Islander ways of understanding and writing about Pacific issues. We Pacific Island-ers have been trying to move in this direction for a long time, and it seems that...

  19. What‘s it really all about?

    Carolin Kreber; Carolin Kreber
    Excerpt: For this inaugural issue of International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, Alan Altany asked me to contribute a short essay on ‘some aspect of, or approach to, SoTL that is significant internationally today’. This assignment invites numerous possible responses given that significant issues in relation to higher education pedagogy abound. For starters, it is widely acknowledged that the challenges of the twenty-first century require higher education institutions to prepare not only discipline specialists but independent thinkers, productive citizens, and future leaders (e.g., Baxter Magolda and Terenzini, 1999). In this context Baxter Magolda (1999) argues that students...

  20. On the Impossibility of (Some) Critical Pedagogies: Critical Positionalities Within a Binary

    John T. Warren; Andrea M. Davis
    In teaching, our teacherly bodies are always available for the interpretation and evaluation of others. Indeed, it was a first lesson for many: entering the classroom the first time and feeling those eyes reading your performance of self, deciding what kind of class (and what kind of teacher) this experience was going to offer. However, our students ’ reading are never theirs alone— they are produced and made possible by larger ideological struggles that produce the possibilities and impossibilities of what they (and we) can con-ceive. These struggles, these systemic reiterated forms work to generate bina-ries that often deny the...

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