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Educating for Human Dignity

Title : Educating for Human Dignity
Author : Betty Reardon
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Total pages: 238 pages
ISBN: 9780812215243
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Educating Creatures

Title : Educating Creatures
Author : Mike Leonard Williams
Publisher: CreateSpace
Total pages: 118 pages
ISBN: 9781516959693
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Grubdale in the year 1912 - a quaint Victorian town nestled high among the sheep and turnips of Northern England, boasting a regiment of Rifles, the Zoological Gardens and the most expensive and grandest of hotels this side of the viaduct. But all is not as it seems. The hotel is overflowing with spies and the latest addition to the Zoological Gardens has eaten all the exhibits, breathes fire when it sneezes and is demanding to be called 'Your Majesty' when spoken to. All of this is as nothing to the goings on up the hill at Grubdale Towers, a ramshackle school for orphans where a bad tin of sardines has created the perfect opportunity for a certain witch and her pink 'poodle' Demetrios, to take up teaching and set education back 300 years. So while the rest of the Sisterhood continue their search for the great wyrms of legend, Rowena Carp begins her new career as a teacher of horrid little boys, and one horrid little boy in particular - Hieronymous Bede, the last Prince of Wyrm. 'Educating Creatures' - the second instalment of 'The Trouble with Wyrms' comedy recounting the exploits of a group of witches in Edwardian Britain as they search for peace, love and 'The Stately Wyrms of England, ' and a good gin and tonic

Educating Youth for a World Beyond Violence

Title : Educating Youth for a World Beyond Violence
Author : H. Shapiro
Publisher: Springer
Total pages: 234 pages
ISBN: 023011539X
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In a time of unprecedented social and economic crisis, this book represents a challenge to the orthodoxy that shapes our vision of educational purpose. It argues that now, more than ever, there is a moral imperative for educators to assume responsibility for helping to bring about a culture of peace and non-violence.

Educating Beyond Violent Futures

Title : Educating Beyond Violent Futures
Author : Francis Hutchinson
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 1134786980
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As we enter the Twenty-First Century, it is easy to assume that worsening trends in violence will be a feature of our lives, whether in our schools, our societies or as a species. Educating Beyond Violent Futures challenges assumptions that trends in violence are destiny, and raises crucial questions about choice and engagement. Drawing upon new research, this book is essential reading for those who want to prepare our children for living constructively in the next century

Educating America's Military

Title : Educating America's Military
Author : Joan Johnson-Freese
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 160 pages
ISBN: 113615860X
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This book offers a detailed examination of the professional military education system in the United States, from a critical, insider's perspective. The mission of America’s war colleges is to educate senior military officers in both the ways of war and the defence of peace. But are these colleges doing the best job possible in carrying out that important mission? Military education faces many demands, including a lack of preparation by the students, uneven quality of the faculty, and confusion over the curriculum. Many officers attend resident programs at the war colleges programs against the career advice of their leadership, despite the fact that they are virtually guaranteed graduation after less than a year of study, while others do their best to avoid it entirely. As the professional military education system has come under increasing scrutiny and criticism, some have even called for closing the war colleges. That answer, however, does not serve the United States well, especially in a complex, globalized environment, where military leaders need the best specialized education to prepare them for their future challenges. This volume examines the system that created and supports the perpetuation of this system, and why it is imperative that it be fixed. Written by a faculty member at a military college with twenty years' experience of the PME system, this book will of much interest to students of the US Military, US politics and military education in general.

Educating Democracy

Title : Educating Democracy
Author : Brian Danoff
Publisher: SUNY Press
Total pages: 228 pages
ISBN: 1438429630
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Revisionist analysis of the role of strong leadership in democracies, drawing primarily upon the work of Alexis de Tocqueville.

Educating About Social Issues in the 20th and 21st Centuries Vol. 3

Title : Educating About Social Issues in the 20th and 21st Centuries Vol. 3
Author : Samuel Totten,Jon Pedersen
Publisher: IAP
Total pages: 409 pages
ISBN: 162396525X
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EDUCATING ABOUT SOCIAL ISSUES IN THE 20th and 21st Centuries: A Critical Annotated Bibliography, Volume 3 is the third volume in a series that addresses an eclectic host of issues germane to teaching and learning about social issues at the secondary level of schooling, ranging over roughly a one hundred year period (between 1915 and 2013). Volume 3 specifically addresses how an examination of social issues can be incorporated into the extant curriculum. Experts in various areas each contribute a chapter in the book. Each chapter is comprised of a critical essay and an annotated bibliography of key works germane to the specific focus of the chapter.

Educating Exceptional Children

Title : Educating Exceptional Children
Author : Samuel Kirk,James J Gallagher,Mary Ruth Coleman
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Total pages: 560 pages
ISBN: 1305176774
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Authored by luminaries in the special education field, EDUCATING EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN introduces readers to each of the thirteen disability categories, and to the needs of children who are gifted and talented. The fourteenth edition continues to focus on the strengths of previous editions, while also providing new material about such important hot topics as genetics, neurology, inclusion, assistive technology, and information processing. The book provides key, research-based teaching methods and strategies for children with various exceptionalities, and also offers analysis of ecological factors that influence the exceptional child in and out of the classroom. This edition also features a new chapter on children with ADD/ADHD, new diagnosis information from the DSM-5, coverage of CEC and Common Core State Standards, the most current teaching techniques for each category, and current coverage of the Response to Intervention Model. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Handbook of Research-Based Practices for Educating Students with Intellectual Disability

Title : Handbook of Research-Based Practices for Educating Students with Intellectual Disability
Author : Michael L. Wehmeyer,Karrie A. Shogren
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Total pages: 524 pages
ISBN: 1317566246
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The Handbook of Research-Based Practices for Educating Students with Intellectual Disability provides an integrated, transdisciplinary overview of research-based practices for teaching students with intellectual disability. This comprehensive volume emphasizes education across life stages, from early intervention in schools through the transition to adulthood, and highlights major educational and support needs of children and youth with intellectual disability. The implications of history, recent research, and existing information are positioned to systematically advance new practices and explore promising possibilities in the field. Driven by the collaboration of accomplished, nationally recognized professionals of varied approaches and philosophies, the book emphasizes practices that have been shown to be effective through multiple methodologies, so as to help readers select interventions based on the evidence of their effectiveness.

Educating the Masses: the Unfolding History of Black School Admin in Arkansa (p)

Title : Educating the Masses: the Unfolding History of Black School Admin in Arkansa (p)
Author : N.A
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
Total pages: 223 pages
ISBN: 9781610751384
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Educating Congregations

Title : Educating Congregations
Author : Charles R. Foster
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Total pages: 160 pages
ISBN: 0687002451
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A leading Christian educator offers a practical guide for revisioning a church's educational program. After identifying the weaknesses in current education programs, Charles Foster offers an alternative vision that is more cooperative, more attentive to the whole of the congregation's life, and that helps people critically correlate the Bible and Christian tradition to their own experience.

Educating Artists for the Future

Title : Educating Artists for the Future
Author : Melvin L. Alexenberg
Publisher: Intellect Books
Total pages: 344 pages
ISBN: 1841501913
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Publisher's description: In Educating Artists for the Future, some of the world?s most innovative thinkers in higher education in art and design offer fresh directions for educating artists for a rapidly evolving post-digital future. Their creative redefinition of art at the interdisciplinary interface where scientific enquiry and new technologies shape aesthetic and cultural values offers groundbreaking guidelines for art education in an era of emerging new media. This is the first book concerned with educating artists for the post-digital age, propelling artists into unknown territory. A culturally diverse range of art educators focus on teaching their students to create artworks that explore the complex balance between cultural pride and global awareness. They demonstrate how the dynamic interplay between digital, biological, and cultural systems calls for alternative pedagogical strategies that encourage student-centered, self-regulated, participatory, interactive, and immersive learning. Educating Artists for the Future charts the diaphanous boundaries between art, science, technology, and culture that are reshaping art education.

Educating At-risk Youth

Title : Educating At-risk Youth
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages
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Issues in Educating Students With Disabilities

Title : Issues in Educating Students With Disabilities
Author : John Wills Lloyd,Edward J. Kameenui,David J. Chard
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 432 pages
ISBN: 1317954386
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The contributors to this volume represent the most prominent researchers and thinkers on issues in educating students with and without disabilities. The book captures the most current thinking, research, and analysis on the full range of issues in educating students with learning disabilities, from its definition to the most recent case law and interpretations of federal law on educating these students in the general education classroom. The contributors' words speak sufficiently, mellifluously, and exactingly about their contributions to the education of all students, in particular those with disabilities. This book of essays was written to pay tribute to Barbara D. Bateman, who -- along with Sam Kirk -- coined the term "learning disabilities." Its content reflects the significance of her contributions to the field of special education.

Educating for Health

Title : Educating for Health
Author : Valerie A. Ubbes
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Total pages: 233 pages
ISBN: 9780736056274
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Using a curricular approach called personal practical knowledge, Valerie Ubbes takes you on a transformational journey that will help you become a master teacher of health education for children in grades preK through 8. That journey begins with an in-depth exploration of your uniqueness as a professional who will educate for health. Dr. Ubbes helps you turn your personal narrative into your professional identity and then guides you toward an understanding of children's learning styles and the practical knowledge you will use to shape a relational pedagogy with your learners. Educating for Healthexplores pedagogical strategies that will help you bridge your understanding of health issues with your teaching. This book will help you translate education and health theories into practice as you -focus on the acquisition of cognitive-behavioral health habits in your students, -adapt your instruction and assessment options based on individual learning styles, -structure relationships and environments that are optimal for learning, -examine nine evidence-based instructional strategies that you can use as tools in educating for health, and -study design as an inquiry-based process for teaching and learning Dr. Ubbes also applies the ecological model of public health and Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences in a new way and shows how to help children develop through a sensory-motor, cognitive-behavioral approach to health and well-being. Each chapter features several tools that will aid your understanding of the content: -Principles of Practice provide key point summaries. -Professional Voices showcase real-world teacher experiences as they relate to the chapter's content and are ideal for professional discussion and dialogue. -Seeds of Growth: Signs, Symbols, and Patterns of Living and Learning provide student learning activities. -Web Links for Living and Learning offer additional student activities using the Internet. -Books for Living and Learning supply activities related to children's books. Educating for Healthwill help you reflect on your professional identity and abilities as a teacher and give you the information you need for fostering the growth and development of your students.

Educating Israel

Title : Educating Israel
Author : Y. Shalom
Publisher: Springer
Total pages: 162 pages
ISBN: 1403983615
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This is a comparative ethnography of five Israeli schools that use state-of-the-art educational approaches to help change Israel's conflicted society. It gives an important glimpse of individuals and institutions that bravely operate as social and educational entrepreneurs, striving to change Israeli society.

Educating People to be Emotionally Intelligent

Title : Educating People to be Emotionally Intelligent
Author : Kobus Maree,Maurice J. Elias
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Total pages: 323 pages
ISBN: 9780275993634
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Brings together the foremost collection of experts writing on emotional intelligence, across areas including eduction, parenting, employment and neuroscience, sharing ideas on the importance of this topic and its application to increase performance in everyday life.

Educating in Dialog

Title : Educating in Dialog
Author : Sebastian Feller,Ilker Yengin
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Total pages: 250 pages
ISBN: 9027269343
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Educating in Dialog: Constructing meaning and building knowledge with dialogic technology contains a collection of new articles on the relationship of learning, dialog and technology. The articles combine different views of dialogic learning stemming from a multiplicity of discipline backgrounds and research interests including educational design, educational science, epistemology, cognitive linguistics, cultural studies, and mobile learning, to name a few. The authors discuss and explore a variety of topics that range from knowledge building over learning communities to dialogic technologies for knowledge co‐construction. Discussing technology and learning against this broad background is indispensable, as the gap between what learners actually need for successful learning and what current technology offers becomes increasingly wide. This book provides thought-provoking views of recent developments in the area of technology supported learning for everyone who is interested in educational technologies, collaborative learning, and dialog.

Educating the Engineer for the 21st Century

Title : Educating the Engineer for the 21st Century
Author : D. Weichert,B. Rauhut,R. Schmidt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total pages: 313 pages
ISBN: 1402000960
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Upspeeding technological evolution and globalisation characterise today's and future lives of engineers. It is vital for all institutions involved in engineering education to keep pace and to anticipate future needs. Which role to attribute to non-technical qualifications? How to interpret ethical aspects in education? Do we have to define international standards in education? What about quality control? What is the potential of new media for knowledge transfer? How to organise lifelong learning for engineers? More than 150 specialists from 25 countries discussed these and related topics during the 3rd Workshop on Global Engineering Education (GEE'3) which took place at Aachen University of Technology, 18-20 October 2000. The contributions of internationally leading experts from both universities and industries reported in these Proceedings provide background information of the ongoing discussion on innovating engineering education on a global level, necessary for everyone who wants to participate in this endeavour.

Educating For Professionalism

Title : Educating For Professionalism
Author : Delese Wear,Janet Bickel
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Total pages: 236 pages
ISBN: 158729334X
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The thirteen essays in Educating for Professionalism examine the often conflicting ethical, social, emotional, and intellectual messages that medical institutions send to students about what it means to be a doctor. Because this disconnection between what medical educators profess and what students experience is partly to blame for the current crisis in medical professionalism, the authors offer timely, reflective analyses of the work and opportunities facing medical education if doctors are to win public trust. In their drive to improve medical professionalism within the world of academic medicine, editors Delese Wear and Janet Bickel have assembled thought-provoking essays that elucidate the many facets of teaching, valuing, and maintaining medical professionalism in the middle of the myriad challenges facing medicine at the dawn of the twenty-first century. The collection traces how the values of altruism and service can influence not only mission statements and admission policies but also the content of medical school ethics courses, student-led task forces, and mentoring programs, along with larger environmental issues in medical schools and the communities they serve. Contributors: Stanley Joel Reiser Jack Coulehan Peter C. Williams Frederic W. Hafferty Richard Martinez Judith Andre Jake Foglio Howard Brody Sheila Woods Sue Fosson Lois Margaret Nora Mary Anne C. Johnston Tana A. Grady-Weliky Cynthia N. Kettyle Edward M. Hundert Norma E. Wagoner Frederick A. Miller William D. Mellon Howard Waitzkin Donald Wasylenki Niall Byrne Barbara McRobb Edward J. Eckenfels Lucy Wolf Tuton Claudia H. Siegel Timothy B. Campbell