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161. Pedagogical Practices and mathematics learning - Annette R; Thomas J; Annette R Baturo; Tom J Cooper
This paper explores pedagogies that support Indigenous students learning of mathematics. Three schools in a remote and rural area of Queensland participated in a longitudinal intervention study, extending over a three-year period (2002-4), which aimed to improve Indigenous students ’ mathematics outcomes by improving their teachers ’ knowledge and classroom practices. This paper reports on one aspect of the project, namely the pedagogical approaches used by their non-Indigenous teachers before intervention. Results are related to Harris (1980) and indicate that many of the common classroom practices believed to forward mathematics outcomes for Indigenous students simply reflect ‘good ’ mathematics pedagogy...

162. Creative Pedagogies for At Risk Adolescents in Alternative Education Settings - Cheryl Livock; Phd Candidate; Cheryl Livock; Cheryl Livock
It has been said in the invitation to this conference that “schools face new contexts and conditions for pedagogy”. This statement is especially applicable to a growing number of alternative schools targeting at risk adolescents. These are students who are at risk of failing to attain basic literacy skills, have dropped out of the mainstream school system, and have disconnected from community life. In the alternative education context teachers are endeavouring to develop pedagogies that will re-engage these adolescents. To do this they are having to creatively draw on a multiplicity of pedagogic practices. This paper examines the creative programs...

163. Summary - Jane Courtney; Maggie Gravelle
We suggest that receivers of aid are often required to embrace donors ‟ pedagogies at the expense of their own national identity. Paradoxically, high income countries, while claiming to meet the needs of individual learners, are increasingly adopting policies and strategies which are „one-size-fits-all ‟ rather than learner-centred. In 2006 a bi-lateral donor working with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) in Cambodia identified the need for improving the quality of literacy. The bilateral donor outsourced the contract to a team of British consultants to design and lead an early literacy project working alongside Khmer national consultants. This...

164. Copyright 2007 Idea Group Publishing. Supporting Arguments for Including the Teaching of Team Competency Principles in Higher Education - Rozz Albon
For optimum workplace effectiveness in knowledge intensive industries in which principles of knowledge management need to be applied, it is necessary to take into account not only the competencies of individuals themselves but also the competencies of the teams in which they must operate. Although the incorporation of various types of group work into pedagogies is already widespread within institutes of higher education, many examples fail to embrace a rationale for, or the potential benefits of, multiple contributor environments. We present in this article arguments for including the teaching of team competency principles in higher education, supported by an original...

165. By - Samira Sadat Sajadi
This study presents a new framework for designing pedagogy in an informed and controlled way. It considers the importance of progression of pedagogy during a learning episode, so that an instructor can modify the pedagogical approach as well as the content in a lesson. The significance and novelty of this research lie in the proposals to provide support for ADHD learners and assist them to overcome their academic weaknesses/challenges through appropriate pedagogically sound interventions. Therefore, in order to contribute to the development of a suitable pedagogical approach for children who diagnosed with ADHD, issues of having ADHD are discussed within...

166. ICTs and Indigenous pedagogy: Techniques of resistance in chat rooms - Greg Winslett; Jean Phillips
This paper draws upon the ideas and scholarship encapsulated by a core unit at QUT in ‘Indigenous Education’. This unit was developed and written by Indigenous staff in the university’s Oodgeroo Unit and taken up for delivery for the first time in 2003. Staff in Teaching and Learning Support Services (TALSS) were approached towards the end of the writing of this subject to develop a unique online environment that would support the philosophical and pedagogical tenets of this program of study. In 2004, a chat room was introduced to allow students an additional space for their reflections and learning over...

167. Which Literacy Practices and Pedagogies Engage and Empower At-Risk Adolescent Students? - Livock C
This paper reports on preliminary findings from an ongoing one year doctoral study of literacy programs provided at four alternative education settings in Queensland, Australia, and a comparative site in Texas, USA. The research question being: “What are the literacy practices utilised for at risk adolescents across several alternative education sites?”

168. Metacognition and its Role in the Development of Team - Rozz Albon; Tony Jewels
When graduates now enter the professional workplace, their ability to work as effective team members will contribute much to their immediate levels of productivity. Various types of group work are already being incorporated into higher education pedagogies with the stated intention of preparing students for modern workplace environments. Yet preparing for such an important vocational skill is not always so enthusiastically embraced by students. Many students openly state that they do not like working in groups because they believe that they can achieve better outcomes on their own. We investigate in this paper the metacognitive processes that students might engage...

169. www.wwwords.co.uk/POWER Concrete and Abstract Racial Domination - John Preston; Abstract The; Mike Cole
and Education and elsewhere is indicative of a widening schism between Marxism and critical race theory. To describe this debate as orientated around the status of ‘race ’ or ‘class ’ as the central object of social theory, such as in the current debate about the ‘white working class’ in education, is unhelpful. Rather than see race and class as interdependent systems of concrete domination (where one group, or class, oppress another), this article examines how capitalism brings about an abstract system of domination by race (abstract racial domination). Using the work of Marx, Postone and Du Bois, the article...

170. Devant le jury composé de: - Influence Des; Proprietes Musculaires; Sur Un; Exercice De; Locomotion Humaine; A La; Deficience Motrice
Ce travail a été mené au sein du laboratoire d’Ergonomie Sportive et Performances de l’université du Sud Toulon-Var, en collaboration avec le laboratoire de Biomécanique et de Physiologie de l’INSEP. Il n’aurait pas été possible sans l’aide et le soutien de nombreuses personnes, que je tiens à remercier tout particulièrement. Tout d’abord je souhaiterai exprimer ma plus sincère gratitude à mes deux directeurs de thèse: Jeanick Brisswalter et Christophe Hausswirth. Outre vos nombreuses compétences, qui m’ont permis de développer un savoir scientifique, je souhaite vous remercier plus particulièrement pour votre disponibilité, votre sens de la pédagogie, votre dynamisme permanent et...

171. HOW CAN YOUTH CULTURAL PRACTICES (AND POPULAR CULTURE) INFORM CLASSROOM PEDAGOGY?
Educators have used youth cultural practices and popular culture to inform classroom pedagogy; more powerful would be to integrate habits of working into the teaching and learning of mathematics. I will quickly define important concepts of ‘culture ’ and ‘everyday practice, ’ using contemporary social theory, before outlining my main new idea: teachers and curriculum designers can be more responsive to the changes in contemporary culture and youths ’ outside-of-school lives by modifying the “ways of working” rather than focusing on mathematics content analysis or the preparation of exemplary curriculum materials. I will provide several concrete classroom examples in illustrating...

172. Theme Institutional Quality Issues related to aspects of Distance, Flexible and ICT-based Education - Peter Knight
As quality assurance systems become embedded, competitive institutions are seeing their futures in quality enhancement, in a continued commitment to improvement. This paper discusses quality signals that may be used to enhance course quality in on-line distance education. Analysis proceeds under five headings: pedagogies; promoting complex achievements; changing concepts of quality; designs for re-use; and new partnerships. Recurrent themes are: A rich and differentiated view of learning leads to a rich and differentiated view of quality; Quality courses are associated with the quality of affordances for learning; Conceptions of quality have been changing; e-learning is creating new conceptions of quality;...

173. Motivación: estrategia de aprendizaje o autorrealización - Oré, Liliana Galván
Es a partir de los sesentas que el concepto de motivación es trabajado por psicólogos humanistas como un impulso necesario para cubrir necesidades de logro, de afiliación o de poder, tal como lo define McClelland, o la necesidad de auto-actualización o autorrealización, según Maslow. Este planteamiento conduce a las personas a evaluar el sentido de propósito de la vida y de qué manera la búsqueda de la realización personal y el bienestar de los demás, es parte de su guión y visión personal.Por otro lado, surge la pedagogía de la motivación como respuesta a la necesidad de involucrar al alumnado...

174. Percepción de los estudiantes de pedagogía sobre su formación inicial - Sotomayor Echenique, Carmen; Coloma Tirapegui, Carmen Julia; Parodi Sweis, Giovanni; Ibáñez Orellana, Romualdo; Cavada Hrepich, Paula; Gysling Caselli, Jacqueline
La recherche a eu en tant qu´objectif connaître la perception des étudiants de Pédagogie en Education Basique par rapport à leur formation dans le domaine du langage et le degré de préparation qu´ils ont pour apprendre dans ce domaine. On a produit et appliqué un questionnaire à 276 diplômés de huit universités chiliennes. Les résultats montrent que les étudiants ont apprécié positivement leur formation et ils donnent une importance majeure à la formation pratique qu´à la formation théorique. Ils aperçoivent qu'on a donné plus importance et profondeur à la lecture et l'écriture, qu´à l´oralité, la littérature, la grammaire et les problèmes d'apprentissage.

175. Educação inclusiva e formação docente: percepções de formandos em pedagogia - Barbosa Vioto, Josiane; Vitaliano, Celia Regina
Cette étude a cherché identifier parmi les étudiants qui finissent une licence en pédagogie dans une université publique au Brésil leurs perceptions par rapport à la formation initiale reçue avec l'orientation de promouvoir l´inclusion des élèves à besoins éducatifs spéciaux, et leurs conseils pour l'améliorer. La collecte de données a été réalisée au moyen de l'application d'une enquête mixte à 150 participants. Les données ont été rangées en catégories. Les résultats ont indiqués le besoin de faire une restructuration du curriculum, d'interdisciplinarité entre les disciplines d'éducation spéciale et d'autres cours, de l'insertion d'opportunités de pratique dans les salles de classe inclusives pour améliorer la formation par rapport à la question envisagée.

176. Diseño, aplicación y evaluación de un programa de educación para la muerte dirigido a personas adultas con discapacidad intelectual. - Rodríguez Herrero, Pablo; Izuzquiza Gasset, Dolores; Herrán Gascón, Agustín de la
Neste artigo, apresentam-se os resultados de uma pesquisa que avalia um Programa de Educação para a Morte, pensado para pessoas adultas com deficiência intelectual, com o propósito de melhorar sua qualidade de vida. A avaliação do programa permite concluir que se ajusta a critérios de pertinência, viabilidade e qualidade, e confirmar sua contribuição efetiva para a evolução nos participantes do conceito de morte biológica e, em geral, das concepções sobre a morte. Na discussão, reflete-se sobre aspectos relevantes para impulsionar a pedagogia da morte.

177. ¿Cómo construye varones la escuela? Etnografía crítica sobre rituales de masculinización en la escena escolar. - Péchin, Juan E.
This article, product of a doctoral research in science education, proposes a critical ethnographic work that articulates the queer and feminist pedagogies to display a constellation of records and argumentative levels that allow to illuminate a cultural configuration of devices and technologies which guide the institutional processes of masculinization. It is evident, as well, the complicity between the family and the school in relation to the psycho medical frame which is installed as common sense and, in this way, as a single parameter of intelligibility to define the male and the female and chart a genital description of the bodies...

178. Pedagogia do treinamento do futebol : um estudo acerca da influência do fator local para os resultados dos jogos - Ghinato, Bruno Cruz
O objetivo do presente estudo foi analisar se o fator local, chamado de Home Advantage (HA), influencia nos resultados dos jogos de futebol. Além disso, o estudo objetivou também dar maior suporte aos professores e treinadores de futebol para que assim estes saibam de que modo o fator local pode ou não influenciar nos resultados das partidas. Foram computados um total de 2186 jogos de dois campeonatos (Campeonato Gaúcho e Campeonato Brasileiro) de duas diferentes divisões (Série A e Série B/Divisão de Acesso) nos anos de 2012 e de 2013. Os dados foram obtidos através de pesquisa em sites especializados...

179. A escola como lugar de teatro : táticas de ocupação do espaço para o teatro como disciplina na Educação Básica - Freitas, Luciane Prestes de
O tema central desta Dissertação é o espaço para o ensino de Teatro na Educação Básica e os aspectos que concorrem para a sua ocupação, sob o ponto de vista de professores de Teatro inseridos no sistema escolar, e a partir das noções de estratégia e tática (CERTEAU, 1990). O problema do trabalho origina-se de observações da autora, obtidas de forma assistemática, que permitem afirmar que o espaço do Teatro na educação brasileira ainda é muito restrito, pois, embora figure como componente curricular específico e obrigatório na legislação vigente (desde a promulgação da Lei de Diretrizes e Bases, em 1996,...

180. O discurso e a prática pedagógica em educação física de professores unidocentes - Pires, Jordana Pinheiro
Nos últimos anos percebemos que as crianças estão bem mais concentradas em suas casas e já não utilizam mais os espaços externos, como ruas e praças, para brincar. Alguns dos motivos para o recolhimento às suas casas são o avanço da tecnologia e a falta de segurança nos ambientes públicos. Com isso, as crianças deixam de realizar tarefas que necessitem de movimento corporal, ficando mais tempo paradas em frente a videogames e computadores. É extremamente importante que as crianças realizem atividades físicas, pois além do propósito de desenvolvimento físico e mental, participar de atividade física, do ponto de vista de...

 

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