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  1. Sociedad Iberoamericana de Pedagogía Social

    Pedagogía Social; Revista Interuniversitaria; Sociedad Iberoamericana De Pedagogía; Escarbajal De Haro; Andrés Martínez; Miguel López; Sevilla España
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  2. Uninvited guests: The influence of teachers‘ roles and pedagogies on the positioning of English language learners in the regular classroom

    Bogum Yoon
    Grounded in positioning theory, this study examined regular classroom teachers ’ views of their roles with regard to English language learners (ELLs) and the relationship between their teaching approaches and the students’ reactions and positioning of themselves in the classroom. Findings suggest that the teachers ’ views of their roles varied based on their positioning of them-selves as teachers for all students, as teachers for regular education students, or as teachers for a single subject. The teachers ’ different approaches were related to the ELLs ’ different levels of participation and their positioning of themselves as powerful or powerless students....

  3. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies

    Maria L. Bullen; Gregory S. Kordecki
    Model for efficient, page 1 Model for efficient and effective footnote disclosure in pedagogical and practitioner application

  4. ARTICULATING PERSONAL PEDAGOGIES THROUGH LEARNING ECOLOGIES

    Marcelo F. Maina; Iolanda García González
    Abstract: The digital revolution enabled by social and ubiquitous technologies is constantly transforming macro and micro levels of society including industry, organizations and government as well as ways in which we communicate, we work, and we carry on our daily lives. Education is therefore also being challenged to respond to evolving societal demands by supporting the development of competent and engaged citizens. In this context, individuals’ capability to get involved and exploit the affordances of networked environments for learning and development may condition their opportunities to cope with societal and labor demands. In this chapter, the metaphor of learning ecologies...

  5. How Do We Learn? African American Elementary Students Learning Reform

    Mathematics In Urban Classrooms; Lanette R. Waddell
    research interests include implementation and evaluation of professional development models in teaching mathematics with understanding for K–8 pre- and in-service teachers; using representa-tions, tools, and technology to enhance mathematics teaching and learning; and the effects of cul-turally relevant pedagogies on teaching practices in mathematics.

  6. Uninvited guests: The influence of teachers‘ roles and pedagogies on the positioning of English language learners in the regular classroom

    Bogum Yoon
    Grounded in positioning theory, this study examined regular classroom teachers ’ views of their roles with regard to English language learners (ELLs) and the relationship between their teaching approaches and the students’ reactions and positioning of themselves in the classroom. Findings suggest that the teachers ’ views of their roles varied based on their positioning of them-selves as teachers for all students, as teachers for regular education students, or as teachers for a single subject. The teachers ’ different approaches were related to the ELLs ’ different levels of participation and their positioning of themselves as powerful or powerless students....

  7. TRANSITIONAL CURRICULUM IN AESTHETIC TEACHING: A TEST FOR SELF-EFFICACY

    Reynaldo B. Inocian
    This study is a validation of Albert Bandura’s self-efficacy theory in teaching – a writer’s voice of teaching experience in more than two decades, in basic and tertiary education from 1991 to 2012. The use of grounded theory and content analysis revealed that his self-efficacy judgments served as basis for behavior performance in promoting excellence in the job within the past twenty years of his career more specifically in curriculum realignment. Four considerations of Tyler’s Cyclical Model determined the underlying factors and processes for curriculum revision. Content units and chapters of the three revised books were realigned according to the...

  8. Pedagogies Of The Oppositional Religious Other: Theory and Practice

    Nathan R. Kollar
    Purpose: The Other Voices project provides the principles and tested pedagogies to answer the question “How do we teach to and about those who differ radically from each other religiously in classroom? ” Methodology: Eight institutions of higher education in upper New York State pooled their resources for eighteen months to enable twelve representatives, six of whom were administrators, to survey and offer focus groups for students and faculty, and to design and test nine pedagogies in response to this question. Results: As a result they gathered the opinions of how students and faculty view those who differ religiously from...

  9. TOPICAL ARTICLES The Effect of Refuting Misconceptions in the Introductory Psychology Class

    Patricia Kowalski; Annette Kujawski Taylor
    Students often come into the introductory psychology course with many misconceptions and leave with most of them in-tact. Borrowing from other disciplines, we set out to de-termine whether refutational lecture and text are effective in dispelling student misconceptions. These approaches first activate a misconception and then immediately counter it with correct information. We tested students ’ knowledge of 45 common misconceptions and then taught the course with lecture and readings of a refutational or standard format or did not cover the information at all. Students showed sig-nificant changes in their beliefs when we used refutational approaches, suggesting refutational pedagogies are...

  10. El holocausto en la escuela desde la orientación educativa: fundamentos para una pedagogía de la shoá

    Mariana Fernández, María Luisa

  11. Taiwanese Jokes from Views of Sociolinguistics and Language Pedagogies

    Grace Hui Chin Lin; Paul Shih Chieh Chien; Grace Hui; Chin Lin; Paul Shih; Chieh Chien
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  12. Critical Approaches to Inclusion in Indigenous Teacher Education in Queensland: The Case of RATEP


    This article has been anonymously peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in the International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, an international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues and trends in pedagogies and learning in national and international contexts. ISSN 1833-4105. © Copyright of articles is retained by authors. As this is an open access journal, articles are free to use, with proper attribution, in educational and other non-commercial settings. Inclusion is a key consideration in Learning Futures. It is a process of addressing a diversity of needs of all learners regardless of individual background. It can be achieved through increasing participation...

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    Olivier Maulini; Université De Genève
    Généraliser la pédagogie différenciée: un paradoxe et un défi pour les institutions scolaires. L'exemple de la rénovation de l'école primaire genevoise MAULINI, Olivier MAULINI, Olivier. Généraliser la pédagogie différenciée: un paradoxe et un défi pour les institutions scolaires. L'exemple de la rénovation de l'école primaire genevoise. In: Table ronde "Différenciation, curriculum et pratiques éducatives", Colloque "Diversité et

  14. One-to-One Computing in Primary Schools

    Kevin Larkin
    The current orthodoxy regarding computer use in schools appears to be that one-to-one (1:1) computing, wherein each child owns or has sole ac-cess to a computing device, is the most efficacious way to achieve a range of desirable educational outcomes, including individualised learning, col-laborative environments, or constructivist pedagogies. This article chal-lenges this notion, suggesting instead that 1:2 computing is an appropriate means of achieving such aims in primary school. It further suggests that 1:2 computing is preferable to 1:1 computing to achieve a balance be-tween productivity, student engagement, social activity, and individual-ised learning. This article draws on data collected during...

  15. Um olhar sobre a escola e a ação docente na sociedade contemporânea: dilemas e desafios

    Neves, Ivone
    O presente artigo tem como finalidade tecer algumas reflexões focalizadas no discurso crítico das teorias sociológicas, em torno da relação da sociedade com a escola e as consequentes determinações e implicações das políticas educativas do sistema educativo português que tem legado à escola e à ação do professor, com particular enfoque no séc. XX e XXI. O contexto da pós-modernidade, com a sua forte vivência de pluralismos de todas as naturezas, afigura-se pois, como um campo fértil para esta reflexão que tem como vetores centrais de análise, a emergência dum novo paradigma de escola que responda a diferentes públicos, de...

  16. Table of Contents Affects of Television as a Natural Educator: Can Television be a Tool as an Informal Educator?: A TRNC

    Assoc Prof; Dr. Aytekin İşman; Prof Dr; Jerry Willis; Fahme Dabaj; Sarem Özdemi̇r; Constructivist Pedagogies

  17. Refining learned repertoire for percussion instruments in an elementary setting. Manuscript submitted for publication

    Donald M. Taylor
    The purpose of this study was to examine teaching effectiveness in an elementary music setting using student achievement as a dependent measure. Because Orff Schulwerk instruction is one of the most prevalent pedagogies in elementary music education, this study examined the rehearsal strategies of recognized Orff Schulwerk teachers as they worked to refine learned repertoire for percussion instruments. Eight instructors and their upper elementary students were videotaped in four regular rehearsals each. Systematic analyses of rehearsal frames in which teachers were work-ing to improve student performance revealed fast teacher pacing and a predominance of instructional directives that were procedural (e.g.,...

  18. Improved approaches of modeling and detecting error patterns with empirical analysis for computer-aided pronunciation training

    Yow-bang Wang; Lin-shan Lee
    Error pattern detection is very helpful in Computer-Aided Pronunciation Training (CAPT). This paper reports the work of modeling and detecting Error Patterns defined by language teachers based on their linguist knowledge and pedagogi-cal experiences. We develop a model generation framework to create the Error Pattern models from existing phoneme models. We also propose a serial structure for integrating Goodness-of-Pronunciation with the Error Pattern detectors. Experimental results and analysis over different approaches for modeling and detecting Error Patterns are presented, and it is found that both the binary classification error rates and the capability of Error Pattern diagnosis can be improved...

  19. In “Cartographies of Knowledge and Power: Transnational Feminism as Radical

    M. Jacqui Alex; Ra Talpade Mohanty Ask; When Is
    journal of the motherhood initiative 67 This paper describes my development of an undergraduate course, “The Politics of Motherhood in Global Contexts. ” I share my process for creating the course and discuss some of the challenges encountered with developing curriculum on transnational motherhood, using feminist, maternal pedagogies. I discuss various methodological approaches to teaching about motherhood globally, and suggest the importance of examining constructions of motherhood and mothering in relation to global political economies, to help students understand the effects of neocolonialism and globalization on almost all aspects of our daily, lived realities. To this end, the content of...

  20. Exploring New Principles and Practices for Management Education

    Jane Schmidt-wilk
    Previous editorials have suggested that our society is undergoing transforma-tions that require us to replace conventional ideas about management with new principles and practices that can help us address myriad economic, envi-ronmental, technological, health-related, and social concerns (Schmidt-Wilk, 2009a, 2009b; see also Gallos, 2008). With this issue of JME, I am delighted to announce that this needed creative process is already underway. The articles in this issue report uncommon perspectives about the role of the individual management professor, the institutional context of management education, and a theory underlying much of management theory. The final article pres-ents a basic course in...

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