CURRICULUM PLANNING INTEGRATING MULTICULTURALISM CONSTRUCTIVISM AND EDUCATION REFORM FIFTH EDITION

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Curriculum Planning

Author : Kenneth T. Henson
ISBN : 9781478628101
Genre : Education
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The fifth edition of this critically acclaimed approach to curriculum planning continues to receive accolades for its balanced presentation, pertinent case studies, and advice from practicing educators. It skillfully interweaves the themes of multicultural education, constructivism, and education reform. The author documents the latest trends, such as e-learning, blended learning and flipped learning, the controversial Common Core State Standards, and the impact of technology in our schools, including the BYOD (bring your own device) movement, digital citizenship, and technological literacy. This well-researched text spotlights ways to involve parents, students, and teachers in the curriculum-planning process and engages the reader in critical thinking and analysis about curriculum planning and education reform.
Category: Education

Curriculum Planning

Author : Kenneth T. Henson
ISBN : 1478622008
Genre : Constructivism (Education)
File Size : 65.12 MB
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"The fifth edition of this critically acclaimed approach to curriculum planning continues to receive accolades for its balanced presentation, pertinent case studies, and advice from practicing educators. It skillfully interweaves the themes of multicultural education, constructivism, and education reform. The author documents the latest trends, such as e-learning, blended learning and flipped learning, the controversial Common Core State Standards, and the impact of technology in our schools, including the BYOD (bring your own device) movement, digital citizenship, and technological literacy. This well-researched text spotlights ways to involve parents, students, and teachers in the curriculum-planning process and engages the reader in critical thinking and analysis about curriculum planning and education reform." From back cover.
Category: Constructivism (Education)

Interdisciplinary Instruction

Author : Karlyn E. Wood
ISBN : 9781478629542
Genre : Education
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The fifth edition of this practical guide to interdisciplinary instruction focuses on the thinking and reasoning skills mandated by the Common Core State Standards and the content-learning standards required by an increasing number of states. The author provides an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to designing, creating, and implementing unit and lesson plans for all learners. Both pre-service and in-service elementary and middle-school teachers will find Wood’s approach to be comprehensive, with a strong theoretical foundation. Using Wiggins and McTighe’s backward design process, Wood offers specific protocols for creating unit and lesson plans at the elementary and middle-school levels. By emphasizing differential instruction, constructivist educational philosophy, application of skills in meaningful context, and the art of engaging student interest, he demonstrates how diverse student populations can benefit from the interdisciplinary approach. Prospective teachers will learn to create interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary plans that promote problem solving, creativity, and social interaction. Examples abound, with an appendix of sample unit plan designs filled with ideas for lessons and activities.
Category: Education

Transnational Perspectives On Innovation In Teaching And Learning Technologies

Author : Emmanuel Jean-Francois
ISBN : 9789004366077
Genre : Education
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The volume provides insights on strategies and technologies for teaching and learning that are being used in unique national/cultural contexts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and North America.
Category: Education

Ict Supported Innovations In Small Countries And Developing Regions

Author : Ian A. Lubin
ISBN : 9783319676579
Genre : Education
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This timely analysis brings greater clarity to the question of how ICT-supported innovations are experienced in small low- to middle-income countries and developing regions with implications for international education and development. By bringing together a group of international technologists, researchers, and scholars, this book explores the building of local capacity for educational technology policy and application in such regions and ably links theory to practice to illuminate how the issues at hand play out in professional practice. The volume offers itself as an invaluable resource by offering a salient assessment of the existent methodological and ecological challenges and constraints in developing, implementing, and evaluating technology and technology research, while simultaneously providing recommendations and strategy for future policy and implementation. Among the topics covered: The research agenda for technology, education, and development. ICT curriculum planning and development: policy and implementation lessons from small developing states. New challenges for ICT in education policies in developing countries. Playful partnerships for game-based learning in international contexts. Addressing persistent ICT-in-education challenges in small developing countries. ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions is of significant interest to educational technology researchers, policymakers, and officials with influence over resource allocation and implementation of technology innovations. It is also relevant to administrators, teachers, instructional designers, and technology evaluators interested in advancing educational communications and technology in public and private settings.
Category: Education

Die Macht Des Dialogs

Author : Hans-Herbert Kögler
ISBN : UCAL:B3754722
Genre : Hermeneutics
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Das Informationszeitalter

Author : Manuel Castells
ISBN : 3825282627
Genre : Developing countries
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Category: Developing countries