EDUCATING FOR THE NEW WORLD ORDER

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Cloning Of The American Mind

Author : Beverly K. Eakman
ISBN : 1563841479
Genre : Education
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Eradicating morality through education.
Category: Education

Walking Targets

Author : B. K. Eakman
ISBN : 9780615181226
Genre : Education
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"An examination of how educators and provocateurs drive a wedge between parents and their children."
Category: Education

World Class Learners

Author : Yong Zhao
ISBN : 9781452203980
Genre : Education
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Prepare your students for the globalized world! To succeed in the global economy, students need to function as entrepreneurs: resourceful, flexible and creative. Researcher and Professor Yong Zhao unlocks the secrets to cultivating independent thinkers who are willing and able to create jobs and contribute positively to the globalized society. This book shows how teachers, administrators and even parents can: Understand the entrepreneurial spirit and harness it Foster student autonomy and leadership Champion inventive learners with necessary resources Develop global partners and resources
Category: Education

Educating The Muslims Of America

Author : Yvonne Y Haddad
ISBN : 0199705127
Genre : Religion
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As the U.S. Muslim population continues to grow, Islamic schools are springing up across the American landscape. Especially since the events of 9/11, many have become concerned about what kind of teaching is going on behind the walls of these schools, and whether it might serve to foster the seditious purposes of Islamist extremism. The essays collected in this volume look behind those walls and discover both efforts to provide excellent instruction following national educational standards and attempts to inculcate Islamic values and protect students from what are seen as the dangers of secularism and the compromising values of American culture. Also considered here are other dimensions of American Islamic education, including: new forms of institutions for youth and college-age Muslims; home-schooling; the impact of educational media on young children; and the kind of training being offered by Muslim chaplains in universities, hospitals, prisons, and other such settings. Finally the authors look at the ways in which Muslims are rising to the task of educating the American public about Islam in the face of increasing hostility and prejudice. This timely volume is the first dedicated entirely to the neglected topic of Islamic education.
Category: Religion

Family Wealth Management

Author : Mark Haynes Daniell
ISBN : 9780470824290
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discusses how to establish a clear family vision and a sound wealth management strategy, how to create a practical investment framework, and how to set a long-term strategy to produce the desired results.
Category: Business & Economics

Educating In The Divine Image

Author : Chaya Rosenfeld Gorsetman
ISBN : 9781611684582
Genre : Social Science
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Although recent scholarship has examined gender issues in Judaism with regard to texts, rituals, and the rabbinate, there has been no full-length examination of the education of Jewish children in day schools. Drawing on studies in education, social science, and psychology, as well as personal interviews, the authors show how traditional (mainly Orthodox) day school education continues to re-inscribe gender inequities and socialize students into unhealthy gender identities and relationships. They address pedagogy, school practices, curricula, and textbooks, as along with single-sex versus coed schooling, dress codes, sex education, Jewish rituals, and gender hierarchies in educational leadership. Drawing a stark picture of the many ways both girls and boys are molded into gender identities, the authors offer concrete resources and suggestions for transforming educational practice.
Category: Social Science

Educating The Whole Child For The Whole World

Author : Marcelo M. Suarez-Orozco
ISBN : 9780814738139
Genre : Education
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We are living in a global era, yet schooling systems remain generally reactive and slow to adapt. There is a growing urgency to create new models of education that are better synchronized with the realities of today's globally linked economies and societies.Educating the Whole Child for the Whole Worldexamines the larger insights offered by one such model: the practices of the Ross School in New York. Over the last two decades Ross has come to articulate a systematic approach to education consciously tailored for a new era of global interdependence. In this volume, world-renowned scholars from a variety of disciplines, as well as veteran teachers, administrators, and students, come together to examine some of the best practices in schools education in the context of an increasingly interconnected world.
Category: Education

The New World Order

Author : Pat Robertson
ISBN : 0816154414
Genre : History
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An analysis of the current geopolitical arena explores the meanings of a new world order developing in Europe, the Middle East, and the United States
Category: History

A History Of Popular Education

Author : Sjaak Braster
ISBN : 9781317849940
Genre : Education
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Popular Education is a concept with many meanings. With the rise of national systems of education at the beginning of the nineteenth-century, it was related to the socially inclusive concept of citizenship coined by privileged members with vested interests in the urban society that could only be achieved by educating the common people, or in other words, the uncontrollable masses that had nothing to lose. In the twentieth-century, Popular Education became another word for initiatives taken by religious and socialist groups for educating working-class adults, and women. However, in the course of the twentieth-century, the meaning of the term shifted towards empowerment and the education of the oppressed. This book explores the several ways in which Popular Education has been theoretically and empirically defined, in several regions of the world, over the last three centuries. It is the result of work by scholars from Europe and the Americas during the 31st session of the International Standing Conference on the History of Education (ISCHE) that was organised at Utrecht University, the Netherlands in August 2009. This book was originally published as a special issue of Paedagogica Historica.
Category: Education