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21. BEYOND DEFICIT VIEWS: REDESIGNING PEDAGOGIES TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IDENTIFIED WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER - Brenton Prosser Phd
A medical model that explains behavioural dysfunction through neurological deficit has dominated debate about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Many western educators have adopted this model, resulting in efforts to integrate students back into mainstream schooling without questioning the role of schools and pedagogy. This paper traces the relationship between traditional pedagogies and ADHD diagnostic criteria, explores the influence of recent Australian education priorities on ADHD, and documents research into the schooling experiences of secondary students diagnosed with ADHD. Noting that inclusive education calls for a re-conceptualisation of education systems to recognise that all students are different and that mainstream...

22. Aberrant Pedagogies - Bruce Lee; Paul Bowman
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23. Kaim House - Alistair R. Anderson; Sarah L. Jack; Alistair R. Anderson; Director Charles; P Skene; Centre Entrepreneurship; Sarah L. Jack; Senior Lecturer In Entrepreneurship
Role typologies for enterprising education: the professional artisan? Purpose of paper To examine how the context, approach and teaching techniques used for entrepreneurship education need to reflect the different roles that encompass enterprise. Design We analyse and reflect upon what attributes, qualities, skills and knowledge are required for the different roles involved in entrepreneurship. Findings From our analysis we identify role typologies and argue that teaching entrepreneurship needs to produce a combination of the creative talents of the artist, the skills and ability of the artisan, yet include the applied knowledge of the technician with the know-what of the 2professional....

24. Musique Lab 2 - Un environnement d’aide à la pédagogie musicale”, Actes des Journées d’Informatique Musicale – JIM’07 - Fabrice Guédy; Jean Bresson; Gérard Assayag; Le Logiciel
d’aide à la pédagogie musicale développé depuis trois ans par l’Ircam sous la double prescription du Ministère de l’Education Nationale et de la Direction de la Musique et de la Danse du Ministère de la Culture [10]. Il s’adresse aux élèves et enseignants de collège et de conservatoires, pour lesquels de nombreux contenus sont disponibles. L‘ambition de Musique Lab 2 est de faire entrer les outils de la recherche musicale et de la création contemporaine dans les salles de classes, en leur donnant une forme compatible avec cet environnement. Pour y parvenir, un travail de terrain a été mené avec...

25. Curricular reform and inquiry teaching in biology: where are our efforts most fruitfully invested?‡ - Briana E. Timmerman; Denise C. Strickl; Susan M. Carstensen
Synopsis University faculty often express frustration with the accuracy of students ’ understanding of science in general and of evolution in particular. A rich research literature suggests that inquiry-based pedagogies are more effective in producing meaningful learning than are traditional, didactic approaches. A pragmatic investigation into the efficacy of inquiry-based curricular reforms compared to traditional laboratory activities was undertaken in the introductory biology course for majors at a large state university in the southeastern United States. The topics of the course focused on biodiversity, evolution, and plant and animal anatomy and physiology. Students ’ learning in the inquiry versus traditional...

26. The Role of Connections in Teaching and Learning Resource Type: Article: Focus on Microbiology Education Publication Date: 2/1/2003 Authors - Spencer Benson
Connections in teaching and learning come in many different forms. One important connection is already in place and educators simply need to keep it in mind: the connection between educational levels—the educational continuum that links the various components of the education system from kindergarten to graduate school. What and how we teach at the university level has a significant influence on the way a subject is presented and treated in future classrooms, whether they are beginning (K-12) or university graduate classes (3). Teachers teach as they were taught, so as educators of future teachers we need to model the type...

27. $rec.titulo - Asac Jean-pierre Noblet (étudiant; Robert Parent; Université De Sherbrooke; Virtuel Comme Objet-frontière
un dispositif innovant de formation hybride pour son diplôme de Master en formation continue. Les chercheurs proposent de retenir une approche de l’innovation de type « sociologie de l’innovation » pour bien cerner la manière dont un « objet-frontière », en l’occurrence le campus virtuel, fédère les intérêts divergents des parties prenantes, et enrôle les acteurs pour les mener à un pseudo consensus. A l’ESSCA (France), École Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d’Angers, le grade de Master (Diplôme visé par le Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale) par la voie de la formation continue est proposé à un public d’apprenants adultes via une...

28. Designing learning activities for a Technologically Integrated Curriculum (TIC)
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) now play a significant part in many classrooms. New and sophisticated technologies are introduced to the education market regularly. But no matter how good the tools, unless teachers are convinced and willing to design, develop, and implement appropriate pedagogies that use the new technologies; the new gizmos are unlikely to succeed in classrooms. In many schools across the globe, teachers have blended new technologies in an array of innovative ways. This paper describes such an initiative which is currently underway at a high school in Queensland, Australia. A group of year eight students (first year...

29. A Comparison of Behaviorist and Constructivist-Based Teaching Methods in Psychomotor Instruction - Bree Melton; Alissa Zience; Sarah Leonard; Evan Pick; Lynn Thomasson; William G. Camp; Thomas W. Broyles
The authors conducted an experimental comparison of two different teaching strategies, one based on behaviorist principles and the other on social constructivist principles, in teaching a linear psychomotor skill. Two randomly selected groups of gifted students were provided instruction on making an origami piece. The purpose of the study was to determine which teaching method produced better short-term retention of the selected task. The pieces were evaluated using a scoring rubric developed and field tested by the researchers. Analysis on the scores showed that there was no significant difference in the performance between the two groups. In addition, the University’s...

30. Les cartes heuristiques au service d'une pédagogie active - Longeon, Thomas

31. La Pedagogía en las carreras de las ciencias médicas - Sarasa Muñoz, Nélida Liduvina

32. Pensamento histórico de jovens sobre “gênero” a partir da revista Capricho (2005-2006) - Mantovani, Flavia
Objetiva-se investigar a o pensamento histórico de jovens sobre “gênero”, a partir da revista Capricho (abr/2005-mar/2006), utilizando-a como uma fonte histórica. Interessa observar se construíram uma “literacia histórica” e se a mobilizam nas suas práticas de leitura, considerando tal literacia como um modo de ler e interpretar o mundo historicamente. A apreensão destas ideias deu-se através de uma prática didático-pedagógica, pautada no uso escolar de fontes históricas, na qual se analisa a “literacia histórica” de estudantes do segundo ano “A” do Ensino Médio do Colégio de Aplicação – Londrina/PR, em relação a esta revista. Utilizou-se a técnica de grupos focais...

33. Gabriel Zaid: la pedagogía invisible - González Torres, Armando

34. Informática sin escritura?: el problema para la educación - Mockus Sivickas, Aurelijus Rutenis Antanas; Charum, Jorge; Castro, María Clemencia; Granés, José
Un suficiente arraigo de la tradición escrita parece ser la condición de una apropiación libre y eficaz de 1a informática. En nuestro contexto, la informática llega cuando la tradición escrita no ha sido suficientemente incorporada en la vida social. EI acceso a esa tradición supone aceptar el horizonte de sentido propio de la cultura escritura (el "contexto") y apropiarse las formas de conocimiento que la escritura y su horizonte de sentido hacen posible. La adquisición de la escritura no es un proceso meramente técnico aislable de las relaciones en que se da. Actualmente pueden distinguirse dos grandes tendencias (pedagogías visibles...

35. ¿Por qué y cómo una pedagogía personalizada? - Le Gall, Monique

36. Pedagogía de una moral sexual en la infancia hasta la adolescencia - Díaz Sande, Jose Ramón

37. Ejes de debate y propuestas de acción para una Pedagogía Intercultural - Merino Fernández, José Vicente; Muñoz Sedano, Antonio

38. Pedagogies of Student Voice - Bragg, Sara; Manchester, Helen

39. La educación: diálogo, convencimiento, consenso - Flores D'Arcais, Giuseppe
Se sintetiza ha concepción de la relación educativa a mocho de diálogo entre dos personas, presentando un proyecto cíe valoración cíe si mismo y en consecuencia con el afán che construir, mediante un consenso en constante renovación, un espacio educativo libre y dinámico, localizando en la formación del caballero medieval y del cortesano renacentista momentos históricamente significativos para la pedagogía moderna, siendo la obra che Cervantes una cíe las más fascinantes ilustraciones literarias cíe esta problemática.

40. La caballería como una pedagogía superior y Don Quijote de La Mancha - Genovart, Gabriel
En la historia de la educación, la caballería andante constituye un modelo que aglutina los paradigmas heroicos propuestos por la vieja tradición oral -mitos y cuentos inmemoriales- así como por has grandes epopeyas antiguas, las leyendas medievales y los cantares che gesta, erigiéndose en uno che los primeros grandes géneros che la novela en Europa: los libros de caballería. El presente artículo analiza la figura del caballero errante para comprender la paideia caballeresca como arquetipo che conducta, la dimensión del imaginario simbólico que nutre la fantasía cíe Don Quijote cíe la Mancha y su incidencia en la historia de la educación,...

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