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  1. A organização do tempo no Movimento da Escola Moderna Portuguesa

    Alfaiate, Rute Manuel Sénica e Rosa Simões
    A presente dissertação pretende abordar a organização do tempo na pedagogia do Movimento da Escola Moderna Portuguesa. Para além da organização do tempo da semana da agenda semanal vamos debruçar-nos sobre a sua denominação e composição, o que ocorre nesses momentos e como estes são planificados, desenvolvidos e avaliados. (...)

  2. Mi biblioteca (2016)

    Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Biblioteca Universitaria

    [ES] Tutorial sobre las utilidades que ofrece el servicio de "Mi Biblioteca".

  3. Cómo reservar (2016)

    Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Biblioteca Universitaria

    [ES]Tutorial sobre cómo reservar los documentos que están prestados a otros usuarios

  4. Cómo renovar (2016)

    Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Biblioteca Universitaria

    [ES]Tutorial sobre cómo renovar los documentos que se tiene en préstamo


    Scott David Dexter; Scott Dexter; Chaya Gurwitz
    We describe our experience in teaching a “partially virtual ” course in which the course is delivered partly in a traditional classroom setting and partly online. We discuss both the successful aspects of our experience and the obstacles that we faced. The greatest challenge has been to mesh emerging pedagogies of active learning with newly available technologies. 1

  6. New Themes in Physics Teaching: A personal retrospective

    Dewey I. Dykstra
    For a little over 40 years, what we label now, physics education research, has been conducted. As a result, new themes in the research in physics learning and in physics education have emerged. Some of these themes are cognitivism, qualitative research, learning as construction of knowledge, epistemological underpinnings that are not realist, student understanding-driven pedagogies, and scholarship in fields outside physics. These themes have arisen in minds of our colleagues, who focus their attention on students ’ understandings of physical phenomena, instead of how well the students do on conventional tests. Physics education research shows that alternative pedagogies result in...

  7. Post-communicative pedagogies: revisiting the translation method of teaching English in

    East Asia; Leo Tak-hung Chan
    Abstract: In the course of the development of EFL instruction, the so-called grammar-translation method was one of the earliest ones used. Later, EFL pedagogies evolved and other approaches were enunciated as alternatives to the old method. The most remarkable of these is the communicative (or direct) approach, built on the rationale that L1 stands in the way of L2 acquisition. It has been propagated with fervour in East Asian communities, especially in Hong Kong, as in many countries in the Third World. This article begins by contrasting Hadzantonis ’ Transition Model, aimed to eradicate all traces of local culture through...


    Dorothy Coe
    ABSTRACT A variety of teaching pedagogies are used to teach dance which is now a compulsory core subject in the Arts and also taught in physical education. In this paper, I argue for the importance of a learner-centred pedagogy grounded in reflective practice. This forms a basis for developing a teaching approach that not only enriches students' artistic learning but develops their confidence as dancers and as people. Based on ongoing research with student dancers, I suggest that using reflective practice in teaching dance not only challenges dance educators to keep their pedagogy dynamic, but also creates a space in...

  9. Innovative teaching/learning with geotechnologies in secondary education

    Eric Sanchez
    Abstract. The development of the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for professional purposes and the success of virtual globes (VG) for personal uses leads to addressing the question of the integration of geotechnologies into secondary education. In this paper, we examine the changes in geography education linked to the increasing use of geotechnologies by the general public. The diversity of teacher practices can be linked to the powerful potential of these technologies for the access and the analysis of geographical and geological information. The characteristics of these tools suit pedagogies based on projects, problem-solving or collaborative work even if...

  10. Organizing Against the Neo-Liberal Privatization of Education In South Los Angeles Reflections On the Transformative Potential of

    Miguel Zavala
    PEDAGOGY it takes place within collective, grassroots spaces. My attempt is to expand on the burgeoning public pedagogy research that has documented how public spaces mediate pedagogical processes that are themselves political strategies of community resistance and struggle (see Brady, 2006; O’Malley & Roseboro, 2010; Roseboro, O’Malley, and Hunt, 2006). Thus, I build upon the conception of public pedagogy as a rich, nuanced, yet contested “organizing framework ” (Sandlin, Schultz, & Burdick, 2010) for understanding pedagogical processes outside formal educational sites, a project that de-centers cognitivist notions of “pedagogy ” (Ellsworth, 2005) and problematizing “the public ” and “public space...

  11. a case study from France

    Dacia Dressen-hammouda; Dacia Dressen-hammouda; Ufr Lacc; Université Blaise Pascal
    To cite this version: Dacia Dressen-Hammouda. Aligning EAP writing pedagogies across European universities: a case study from France. Inmaculada Fortanet-Gómez and Christine A. Räisänen. Toward a

  12. Learning, Policy and Leadership

    Anthony Adawu
    The purpose of the study was to examine how the processes and different activities that adolescent English L2 writers engage in producing multimodal texts influence the development of their multimodal and writing competence. This dissertation fills existing gaps regarding how multimodal pedagogies are implemented in L2 contexts to facilitate adolescent L2 writers ’ development of writing and multimodal competence. The research was conducted in an English classroom within a junior high school (JHS) located in a small village in southern Ghana. Forty-eight second year JHS students (the equivalent of 8th grade) participated in the study; three of these were selected...

  13. Communities, Voices and Portals of Engagement

    Kathy Takayama; Kathy Takayama
    What are the portals through which we uncover new perspectives, new approaches and new audiences for sharing our scholarship? The scholarship of teaching and learning creates opportunities for the emergence of new communities of practice across disciplines. Specific “portals of engagement ” invite new partnerships for engagement, along with the emergence of “hybrid pedagogies ” that evolve from Schulman’s (2005) signature pedagogies. How effective are these hybrids? What are the common elements that catalyze learning during the process of engagement? This essay explores these portals and their role in fostering scholarship across disciplinary and cultural pedagogies.

  14. It Takes Two to Tango: Academic Environment and Social Skills

    Nalini Arumugam; Xavier Thayalan; Kuldip Kaur; Chittra Muthusamy
    It is known that social skills is the main contributing factor to building more positive relationships among group members and group work undoubtedly instils this quality. By exploring the educational pedagogies and classroom discourses, it is the aim of the study to extend theoretical insights into the way ESL speaking classrooms might help to develop social and learning identities of the learners in the classrooms. This study, therefore, has focused on student–student interaction in an ESL tertiary speaking classroom in an institution of higher learning. The results revealed that the students who worked in small groups improved their academic achievement,...

  15. The Power of the Code: publication and research paradigms

    Hans Jansen; Michael F. Watts
    ABSTRACT Top-ranked international journals typically require authors to write in English and this can present problems for speakers of other languages. The authors use this concern with linguistic codes as a metaphor for the dominance of particular research paradigms and the consequent difficulties of recognising heterodox paradigms. The importance of international journals is recognised but, through deconstructive and destabilising analyses, the authors consider the implications of this for academics using non-traditional approaches to research. The orthodoxy of positivistic research is considered in terms of traditional quantitative and qualitative research paradigms. The authors then address the importance of critical pedagogies and...

  16. The alignment of digital pedagogy to current teacher beliefs

    Dr Sarah Prestridge
    This paper explores teacher beliefs that influence the ways Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are used in learning contexts. Much has been written about the impact of teachers ’ beliefs and attitudes to ICT as ‘barriers ’ to ICT integration (Ertmer, Ottenbreit-Leftwich & York, 2007; Higgins & Mosley, 2001; Loveless, 2003). This paper takes a closer look at the types of beliefs that influence ICT practices in classrooms and the alignment of these beliefs to current pedagogical reform. The paper reports on the initial phase of data collection for a Griffith University Industry Collaborative project. The Industry Partners are four...

  17. Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State-Nigeria

    Igwe Sylvester Agbo
    Research studies in the past years show that Information and Communication Technology is an effective means for boasting educational opportunities, but most teachers neither use this technology as an instructional delivery system nor integrate technology into their curriculum. Studies reveal a number of factors influencing teachers’ decisions to use ICT in the classroom: non-manipulative and manipulative school and teacher factors. These factors are interrelated. The success of the implementation of ICT in teaching and learning Computer studies is not dependent on the availability or absence of one individual factor, but is determined through a dynamic process involving a set of...

  18. 48. The Learning Preferences of Current Generational Groups Abstract

    Stephen R Quinton
    Today’s computer literate students think in ways that are incompatible with current educational goals and practices. If one of the aims of learning is to provide lifelong benefits for all, then a substantial rethink on the learning needs of students and the goals of education has become paramount. This emergent imperative presents an unfamiliar challenge for educational institutions to examine their past assumptions and to facilitate success in meeting the needs of current and future generations of learners. The type of change proposed in this paper requires a comprehensive rethink not only to devise innovative alternatives to accepted methods and...

  19. Recommended Citation Hill, Erika, "Co-learning Pedagogies in the Media Literacy Education Classroom " (2011). All Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2809. Co-learning Pedagogies in the Media Literacy Education Classroom

    Dean Duncan; Darl Larsen; Brigham Young University

  20. pages, Hardcover $175.00, ISBN13: 9781466628212.

    Lin Zhou
    Levy (1997) defined computer-assisted language learning (CALL) as “the search for and study of applications of the computer in language teaching and learning ” (p.1). With the advancement of technology, the term “computer ” in CALL is expanded to include more concepts such as software depicting the virtual classroom, technology tools that could be used in a blended language course, assessment and training tools, interactive and collaborative online forums, and various types of copula curating authentic language in different contexts. The ongoing development of information technology prompts the continuous search for the applications of the computer in foreign and second...

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