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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?

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. 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...

  7. 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...

  8. A People’s Method(ology) A Dialogical Approach

    Stephen R. Barnard; Jesse P. Van Gerven
    This is a critical dialogue between graduate student and activists in the discipline of sociology. Critical approaches to the essential question of critical race studies are discussed and evaluated in terms of their ability to develop a theory and praxis for changing the structural and cultural inequalities that constitute the enduring legacy of the colonial project and slavery. Conventional sociological methodologies as well as combative epistemologies and pedagogies, suffer from an inability to inform and be informed by real world movements for social justice and thus are limited in their applicability beyond the ivory tower. Through a Freirean critical dialogue...

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    Maria Vanhanen; Ohjaaja Leila Pehkonen
    Opettajan uskomukset opetustyön lähtökohtana – näkökulmia pedagogi-seen ajatteluun

  10. Useful Pedagogies or Financial Hardships?

    Su L. Boatright-horowitz
    Interactive response systems “clickers ” can provide multiple benefits to the students and faculty who use them, including immediate performance feedback and greater student engagement in learning. My own exploration of this technology has yielded five pedagogically different types of polling questions, specifically measurement of student confidence levels, their comfort levels with various topics, assessment of attitude change due to class discussions, retention of course information, and basic mastery of course content. The present investigation revealed that students acknowledge the possible benefits to the instructor of using these polling questions, yet they were most appreciative of the opportunity to see...

  11. Reference Enseigner en contexte hétérogène

    Enseigner En; Contexte Hétérogène
    Au carrefour de phénomènes migratoires anciens et récents, de circulations transeuropéennes, d'accueil de réfugiés et de fonctionnaires internationaux, l'école genevoise se doit de penser les implications éducatives de la diversité de ses publics. Face à la complexité de situations rencontrées par les enseignants dans la pratique, il importe d'acquérir une connaissance des mécanismes de simplification de la réalité sociale et de la manière dont ils se manifestent dans l'univers scolaire. Ce Carnet vise à montrer comment ces situations activent des modes de traitement d'information et d'explication des événements dont la généralité, l'utilité, mais aussi les travers, peuvent être éclairés par...


    Angelique Trachana; Concepción Representación; Código Diagrama
    La tesis de este artículo defiende los fundamentos fisiológico y antropológico frente a los fundamentos sociológico y estético de la arquitectura basados en códigos convencionales. La génesis de la forma arquitectónica se legitima como extensión del cuerpo en el movimiento que implica el dibujar generador, impreciso, aproximativo, emotivo, ensoñador … Cara a una pedagogía del dibujar para proyectar se argumenta la diferencia entre el dibujo de concepción y el dibujo de representación o presentación acudiendo a fuentes y conceptos tales como ‘grado cero’, ‘espacio matriz’, ‘diagrama’, tantas veces utilizados con un grado de ambigüedad o imprecisión y sin valoraciones críticas....

  13. A Study on Critical Purposes, Principles and Methods of Freire in Teacher Training Pedagogy

    Ayoub Mahmoudi; Ali Eghbali; Mehrdad Ahmadi Chadegani
    The present study is extracted from a qualitative research attempting to emphasize on critical thinking approaches in teacher training pedagogy through descriptive and analytical methods. In the first part, after a brief look over the history of critical thinking in education and educational trends in the world, several approaches in the field are discussed. One of these approaches is the recent attempts made by thinkers in the area of critical thinking and its promotion in teacher training pedagogies based on modern critical education. In the second part, the liberating model of Paulo Freire is investigated in teacher training pedagogy as...

  14. Opinión y reunión

    Lombardelli, María Julieta; Wainsztok, Carla; García, Silvia; Oporto, Mario
    "Videojuegos, arte en los massmedia" - María Julieta Lombardelli "Un convite con las pedagogías latinoamericanas" - Carla Wainsztok "Los pliegues de América Latina" - Silvia García "Cultura, educación y universidad en América Latina" - Mario Oporto

  15. As tecnologias de comunicação no 1º CEB

    Silva, Iva; Pacheco, Marta
    O presente trabalho de investigação surge no âmbito da Pós-Graduação de TIC em Contextos de Aprendizagem realizada na Escola Superior de Educação de Paula Frassinetti no ano lectivo de 2008/2009, orientado pela Mestre Daniela Gonçalves. Utilizando uma metodologia da investigação-acção, partiu-se para o estudo do tema em questão, tendo como referência a nossa própria prática, com o intuito de aprofundar conhecimentos e perspectivando linhas de actuação futuras, de modo a colmatar falhas detectadas e contribuir para o enriquecimento curricular dos alunos no 1º Ciclo do Ensino Básico (1ºCEB). Deste modo, partiu-se de uma análise documental diagnóstica das aprendizagens, através do...

  16. Student Privacy: The Next Frontier - Emerging & Future Privacy Issues in K-12 Learning Environments

    Haduong, Paulina Lanchi; Wood, Zoe Emma; Cortesi, Sandra C.; Plunkett, Leah Ariana; Ritvo, Dalia Topelson; Gasser, Urs
    Building off several prior working meetings which mapped and considered the implications of the new and rapidly evolving ecosystem of networked technology being used with education (“ed tech”), the Berkman Center for Internet & Society’s Student Privacy Initiative convened a conversation in May 2015 among multiple stakeholders, including, but not limited to, K-12 educators, district administrators, academics, policy makers, and industry representatives. This working meeting was envisioned as one in a series of conversations which deepens our understanding of emerging and future privacy issues in K-12 learning environments, both formal and informal. Future conversations may focus on specific topics within...

  17. The Phoneur: Mobile Commerce and the Digital Pedagogies of the Wireless Web

    Robert Luke

  18. Collaborative Learning Computer-Mediated Collaborative Learning: An Empirical Evaluation

    Maryam Alavi
    National commissions and scholarly reports on the status of contemporary higher education have frequently been critical of the college, experience; the emphasis on transmitting fixed bodies of in-formation and a failure to develop problem solv-ing and critical thinking skills have been cited as serious weaknesses in higher education systems. Colleges and universities have additional reasons to redevelop central pedagogies for students. In-dividuals need to learn at higher rates of effec-tiveness and efficiency than ever before because of rapidly growing bodies of relevant information and the escalation of knowledge and skill re-quirements for most jobs. Recent developments in computer hardware, software,...

  19. If Not Us, Than Who? Performing Pedagogies of Hope in Post-Katrina America

    The Norman; K. Denzin; Michael D. Giardina; Laura A. Hess
    This article engages with and challenges the dominant mediated pedago-gies circulating in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Interweaving firsthand accounts of the rescue/recovery effort in Louisiana with a critical interroga-tion of the cultural/political response to the devastation, the text crisscrosses ages, genders, religious, and political affiliations; agreement and disagree-ment; and racial and class-based logics while painting a disturbing—yet paradoxically hopeful—picture of (post-)Katrina America.

  20. Creative Alternatives for Service Learning: A Project-Based Approach

    Roselyn M. Grizzaffi
    This document discusses how service learning has developed over the past century in its practices from involvement in volunteerism to active civic engagement. It is so beneficial to both learners and the community that many educators and government leaders believe it should be a required component in the educational career of all students. The findings from a study about Service Learning and Problem-Based Learning concluded that student and teacher motivation substantially increased when combining Problem Based Learning (PBL) with Service Learning in the Communication classroom. Reciprocity of motivations exists between the teacher and her/his students. Students ' communication skills improve,...

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