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Diversity Education

Author: Katrin Hauenschild
Publisher: Brandes & Apsel Verlag
ISBN: 3955580318
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Gesellschaftliche Vielfalt (von Herkunft, Religion, Kultur, Sprache, individuellen Voraussetzungen etc.) stellt die Bildungswissenschaften vor die Herausforderung, theoretische, empirische und konzeptionelle Antworten darauf zu geben, wie Diversität in verschiedenen Bildungskontexten hergestellt wird, welche Ausformungen Diversität annehmen kann und welche Konsequenzen dies für das Bildungssystem und die Gestaltung seiner Bildungsorganisationen hat. Der vorliegende Band leistet eine erste Systematisierung, indem verschiedene bildungswissenschaftliche Disziplinen und Fachdidaktiken "Diversity Education" in ihren jeweils spezifischen Zugängen entfalten. Es öffnet sich der Blick für notwendige empirische Forschungen, weiterführende theoretische Konzeptualisierungen und organisationale Gestaltungsanforderungen. Institutionelle Innensichten aus Schule sowie Erwachsenen- und Weiterbildung verdeutlichen exemplarisch, wie Diversität in der Bildungspraxis begleitet wird.

Emotion In Language

Author: Ulrike M. Lüdtke
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
ISBN: 9027267650
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The miracle of children's language development and the joy of expressive language on the one hand and the vulnerability of language and the sorrow and grief caused by its distortion or even loss in people with aphasia or dementia on the other hand show us the inseparability of emotion and language in its extremes. Although the ‘emotional turn’ promised a paradigmatic shift from a rationalistic towards an emotion-integrating conceptualization of language, hardly any interdisciplinary research has focused on the interplay between emotion and language. The present book covers the wide range of work on Emotion in Language with contributions from numerous disciplines in the three areas of Theory, Research, and Application. With contributions both from well-known pioneers in the area of this topic as well as from young scientists, the book offers a broad range of perspectives from linguistics and language development to neurology, psychology and developmental neuropsychology and to the fields of philosophy and phenomenology.

School Integration Matters

Author: Erica Frankenberg
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807774707
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More than 60 years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision declared segregated schooling inherently unequal, this timely book sheds light on how and why U.S. schools are experiencing increasing segregation along racial, socioeconomic, and linguistic lines. It offers policy and programmatic alternatives for advancing equity and describes the implications for students and more broadly for the nation. The authors look at the structural and legal roots of inequity in the United States educational system and examine opportunities to support integration efforts across the educational pipeline (pre-k to higher education). School Integration Matters examines: The need to increase school integration to advance equity.The roots of persisting inequity in U.S. schools.Current practices that adversely affect historically marginalized groups.K–12 integration and bilingual education policy.The challenges and opportunities to advancing integration within higher education.Future directions and policy recommendations for pursuing integration for equity. “This is the book that reignites the civil rights movement for the 21st century, written and edited by a powerful new generation of civil rights scholars.” —Patricia Gandara, co-director, The Civil Rights Project, UCLA “This is visionary scholarship at its best and it moves far beyond the policy vacuum and the black-white paradigm to suggest workable solutions for a multiracial future. Educators and policy makers need this book.” —Gary Orfield, Co-Director, Civil Rights Project, UCLA Contributors: Martha Cecilia Bottia, Courtney D. Cogburn, Erica Frankenberg, Liliana M. Garces, Rachel Garver, Cynthia Gordon da Cruz, Mariela Gutierrez, Megan Hopkins, Michael Hilton, Daniel Kiel, Richard Lambert, Savannah Larimore, Rebecca Lowenhaupt, Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, P. Zitlali Morales, Lindsay Pérez Huber, Aria Razfar, Jeanne L. Reid, Matthew Patrick Shaw, Philip Tegeler, Hoang Vu Tran, Tina Trujillo, Brenda Pulido Villanueva

Teacher S Professional Development

Author: Sabine Krolak-Schwerdt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9462095361
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A central aspect of teachers’ professional knowledge and competence is the ability to assess students’ achievements adequately. Giving grades and marks is one prototypical task in this context. Besides giving grades, assessments for school placements or tracking decisions belong to these tasks. Relevant students’ characteristics which influence teachers’ assessments do not only involve academic achievement but also students’ responses to different task demands as well as non-academic characteristics such as learning motivation or school anxiety. Closely associated with the investigation of teachers’ assessment competences and, more specifically, the investigation of conditions associated with high quality of assessments is the development and evaluation of teacher training programs to improve professional competences. In recent years, there has been considerable progress in the domain of professional teacher training; however, only a very limited number of studies are dedicated to the question to what extend training programs might offer valuable approaches to improve the quality of assessments and to implement high assessment competences. Another important field which is closely related to teachers’ competences concerns the question how teachers’ professional development is linked to students’ learning and learning outcomes. In recent years, the societal demand for evidence that teachers’ professional development will result in improved student learning outcomes is increasing. This volume brings together questions on assessment, training, and learning in the professional development of teachers which have not been fully discussed yet. The identification of these research gaps was the reason for dedicating a series of lectures given at the University of Luxembourg 2012 to the topic of professionalization of teachers in these domains. Therefore, this book contains contributions from outstanding international scholars in different academic disciplines to present ideas about open research questions concerning the domains of assessment, training, and learning in the professional development of teachers.

Reaching Out To Africa S Orphans

Author: K. Subbarao
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 9780821358573
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This title makes a substantial contribution to our understanding of the many risks and vulnerability faced by orphans and the ameliorating role played by the actions of governments and donors.

The Thracian Maid And The Professional Thinker

Author: Jacques Taminiaux
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791438626
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Argues that Hannah Arendt's two major philosophical works, The Human Condition and The Life of the Mind, reveal not a dependency upon Heidegger, but rather a constant and increasing ironic debate with him.

Organizing Networks

Author: Andréa Belliger
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839436168
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What are organizations? Where do they come from? How are they transformed and adapted to new situations? In the digital age and in the global network society, traditional theories of the organization can no longer answer these questions. Based on actor-network theory, this book explains organizations as flexible, open networks in which both human and non-human actors enter into socio-technical assemblies by constantly negotiating and re-negotiating programs of action. Organizations are not macro social structures or autonomous systems operating behind the backs of individuals. Instead, they are scalable actor-networks guided by network norms of connectivity, flow, communication, participation, authenticity, and flexibility.

The Education Systems Of Europe

Author: Wolfgang Hörner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402048742
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This unique handbook offers an analytical review of the education systems of all European countries, following common analytical guidelines, and highlighting the paradox that education simultaneously pursues a universal value as well as a national character. Coverage includes international student performance studies, and a comparison of education dynamics in Eastern "new Europe" with "older" western EU members. The book provides a differentiated analytical data base, and offers suggestions for further research.

Inclusive Education Twenty Years After Salamanca

Author: Florian Kiuppis
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781433126963
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This edited volume discusses UNESCO's contributions to inclusive education over the past 20 years, the normative and technical leadership roles this organization has been playing together with its peers and competitors in educational development, and the current status of this issue in academic debates, as well as conceptualizations from different cultures. The chapters reflect and critically discuss a range of positions on the relation between inclusive education, educatino for all, and special needs education and particularly express the role disability plays in these thematic contexts. The book brings to light that although the term inclusive education is commonly associated with people with disabilities, there are contexts - e.g., research strands on school development in the UK - in which inclusive education is considered as an approach in which the focus of special (needs) education is widened in terms of the target group, reaching out to the heterogeneity of learners, thus taking diversity as a starting point for educational theory and practice. This book highlights the differences in narratives of inclusive education in the United States and abroad and is intended to bridge the various approaches to the study of inclusive education and disability, particularly in the US, the UK, and the Nordic countries within Europe. Although academics and students in Disability Studies are the target audience, the book is also of high relevance to policy makers in the growing field of inclusive education, as well as being potentially interesting for practitioners in education and social work.