SUSTAINING MOBILE LEARNING THEORY RESEARCH AND PRACTICE ROUTLEDGE RESEARCH IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Sustaining Mobile Learning

Author : Wan Ng
ISBN : 9781317660798
Genre : Education
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Mobile technologies are one of the fastest growing areas of technology in education. For learners, they offer an appealing opportunity to transcend teacher-defined knowledge and approaches by being able to access multiple, alternative sources of information anytime and anywhere. While the pace of engagement with and research into the educational applications of mobile technologies has picked up dramatically in the last decade, there is no consolidated view of how to sustain the practices or opportunities that are being explored. Sustainability is a complex but crucial issue in mobile learning as educational institutions are usually required to make substantial investments in mobile devices and associated technologies, time and training to initiate mobile learning programs. The complexity of sustainable mobile learning programs is further exacerbated by the fast pace of change of digital technologies, where with every change, new possibilities are opened up and investments required. In addition, educators are still attempting to reconcile institutions of formal education with informal mobile learning. The book addresses these issues, with a particular focus on: exploring the challenges surrounding the sustainability of mobile learning in K-12 and higher education investigating the importance of sustaining mobile learning for diverse populations of students globally discussing theoretical models for the sustainability of mobile learning providing the reader with strategies for sustaining mobile learning. Presenting new research alongside theoretical models and ideas for practice, the book will appeal to researchers, academics, and postgraduate students in the fields of education and mobile learning, as well as those working in teacher education.
Category: Education

Routledge Handbook Of Higher Education For Sustainable Development

Author : Matthias Barth
ISBN : 9781317918110
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Routledge International Handbook of Higher Education for Sustainable Development gives a systematic and comprehensive overview of existing and upcoming research approaches for higher education for sustainable development. It provides a unique resource for researchers engaged in the field of higher education for sustainable development by connecting theoretical aspects of the range of relevant methodologies, showing the interdisciplinary aspects of the research field and illustrating the breadth of research directions. With a team of international authors from leading universities in research and teaching in higher education for sustainable development this Handbook brings together a broad range of research approaches and shows how these approaches are reflected in the research practice in higher education for sustainable development. Key topics include: Research Paradigms and Methodologies Ongoing and Future Directions of Research Meta-Analysis and Reviews Policy and Politics Challenges for Implementation Action Research and Transdisciplinary Perspective Gender, Diversity and Post-Colonial Perspectives Operationalising Competencies Outcome-Oriented Research Curriculum Change Organisational Change and Organisational Learning Community and Partnerships University Appraisal Systems and Indicators Evaluation Approaches Engaging Academic Teachers Good Practice Learning and Teaching Transformative Leadership and Change Strategies This Handbook is an invaluable research and teaching tool for all those working in higher education for sustainable development.
Category: Business & Economics

Promoting Spontaneous Use Of Learning And Reasoning Strategies

Author : Emmanuel Manalo
ISBN : 1138680648
Genre : Learning, Psychology of
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Eliciting and building upon student-generated solutions : evidence from productive failure / Manu Kapur, Ngan Hoe Lee, & June Lee -- Promoting learners' spontaneous use of effective questioning : integrating research findings inside and qutside of Japan / Yoshinori Oyama -- Learning from multiple documents : how can we foster multiple document literacy skills in a sustainable way? / Mark Stadtler, Rainer Bromme, & Jean-Francois Rouet -- How to address student's lack of spontaneity in diagram use : eliciting educational principles for the promotion of spontaneous learning strategy use in general / Yuri Uesaka & Emmanuel Manalo -- Obstacles to the spontaneous use of learning strategies (and some approaches to overcome them) / Christof Wecker & Andreas Hetmanek -- Second language vocabulary learning : are students cognitive misers and, if so, why? / Emmanuel Manalo & Marcus Henning -- The effect of teaching styles on students' learning strategy use and interest in studying science / Etsuko Tanaka -- Effects of students' perceptions of test value and motivation for learning on learning strategy use in mathematics / Masayuki Suzuki & Yuan Sun -- Applying metacognition theory to the classroom : decreasing illusion of knowing to promote learning strategy use / Tatsushi Fukaya -- Preparatory learning behaviors for English as a second language learning : the effects of teachers' teaching behaviors during classroom lessons / Keita Shinogaya -- Developing regulation strategies through computer-supported knowledge building among tertiary students / Chunlin Lei & Carol Chan -- Three approaches to romoting spontaneous use of learning strategies : bridging the gap between research and school practices / Shin'ichi Ichikawa, Yuri Uesaka, & Emmanuel Manalo -- Coding dosage of teachers' implementation of activities using ICAP : a video analysis / Glenda S. Stump, Na Li, Seokmin Kang, David Yaghmourian, Dongchen Xu, Joshua Adams, Katherine L. McEldoon, Matthew Lancaster, and Michelene T. H. Chi -- Development and improvement of a learning strategy use enhancement program : use of lesson induction and elaboration strategies / Mikiko Seo, Mengting Wang, Takeshi Ishizaki, Yuri Uesaka, & Shin'ichi Ichikawa -- Epistemic design : design to promote transferable epistemic growth in the PRACCIS Project / Clark A. Chinn, Ravit Golan Duncan, & Ronald Rinehart - Exploring the scope and boundaries of inquiry strategies : what do young learners generalize from inquiry-based life science learning? / Ala Samarapungavan, Jamison Wills, & Lynn Bryan -- PMC2E : conceptual representations to promote transfer / Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Rebecca Jordan, Suparna Sinha, Yawen Yu, & Catherine Eberbach -- Dude, don't start without me! : fostering engagement with others' mathematical ideas / Noreen M. Webb, Megan L. Franke, Nicholas C. Johnson, , Marsha Ing -- Supporting teacher use of talk moves during inquiry dialogue / Alina Reznitskaya, Ian A. G. Wilkinson, & Joseph Oyler
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The Sustainable University

Author : Stephen Sterling
ISBN : 9780415627740
Genre : Business & Economics
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"The direction of Higher Education is at a cross roads against a background of mounting sustainability related issues and uncertainties. This book seeks to inspire positive change in Higher Education through exploration of the rich notion of the sustainable university. Drawing on a wealth of experience, it provides reflective critical analysis on the potential of the sustainable university concept and offers advice for its implementation to researchers, professionals, students and policy makers"--
Category: Business & Economics

Higher Education Transitions

Author : Eva Kyndt
ISBN : 9781317207726
Genre : Education
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In the current era where lifelong learning is brought to the fore, higher education can no longer be regarded as an isolated trajectory within one’s educational career as many students face substantial challenges in crafting their professional future. More specifically, the transition from school to higher education and continuing to the labour market are often a difficult hurdles for many students. Almost half of students do not succeed in the first year and often withdraw from education, students are faced with a variety of contexts and may choose to study in a different (international) context, and they are then confronted with structural barriers in finding a (high-quality) job, as evidenced by increasing levels of youth unemployment and underemployment. Higher Education Transitions aims to deepen our understanding of the transitions taking place when students enter, progress and leave higher education to enter the labour market. Drawing on an international team of contributors, this guide includes three conceptual and fifteen empirical studies which include a range of quantitative, qualitative, cross-sectional and longitudinal studies. Divided into three sections to reflect each important transition phase, topics include: transitions from secondary to higher education; transitions within higher education; transitions from higher education to the labour market.? By considering transitions across different phases as a broad and interrelated process, this guide will be essential reading for higher education researchers, policy stakeholders and all those interested in the transitions into higher education and the labour market.
Category: Education

Contemplative Approaches To Sustainability In Higher Education

Author : Marie Eaton
ISBN : 9781317279426
Genre : Education
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How do we foster in college students the cognitive complexity, ethical development, and personal resolve that are required for living in this "sustainability century"? Tackling these complex and highly interdependent problems requires nuanced interdisciplinary understandings, collective endeavors, systemic solutions, and profound cultural shifts. Contributors in this book present both a rationale as well as a theoretical framework for incorporating reflective and contemplative pedagogies to help students pause, deepen their awareness, think more carefully, and work with complexity in sustainability-focused courses. Also offering a variety of relevant, timely resources for faculty to use in their classrooms, Contemplative Approaches to Sustainability in Higher Education serves as a key asset to the efforts of educators to enhance students’ capacities for long-term engagement and resilience in a future where sustainability is vital.
Category: Education

Transdisciplinary Research And Practice For Sustainability Outcomes

Author : Dena Fam
ISBN : 9781317312307
Genre : Business & Economics
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‘Transdisciplinarity’ is a form of research and practice that synthesises knowledge from a range of academic disciplines and from the community. There is now global interest and a significant body of work on transdisciplinarity and its potential to address the apparently intractable problems of society. This creates the opportunity for a specific focus on its practical application to sustainability issues. Transdisciplinary Research and Practice for Sustainability Outcomes examines the role of transdisciplinarity in the transformations needed for a sustainable world. After an historical overview of transdisciplinarity, Part I focuses on tools and frameworks to achieve sustainability outcomes in practice and Part II consolidates work by a number of scholars on supporting transdisciplinary researchers and practitioners. Part III is a series of case studies including several international examples that demonstrate the challenges and rewards of transdisciplinary work. The concluding chapter proposes a future research pathway for understanding the human factors that underpin successful transdisciplinary research. As Emeritus Professor Valerie Brown AO notes in her Preface, this book moves transdisciplinary inquiry into the academic and social mainstream. It will be of great interest to researchers and practitioners in the fields of sustainability, qualitative research methods, environmental impact assessment and development studies.
Category: Business & Economics

Participatory Design For Learning

Author : Betsy DiSalvo
ISBN : 9781317248224
Genre : Education
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Participatory Design is a field of research and design that actively engages stakeholders in the processes of design in order to better conceptualize and create tools, environments, and systems that serve those stakeholders. In Participatory Design for Learning: Perspectives from Practice and Research, contributors from across the fields of the learning sciences and design articulate an inclusive practice and begin the process of shaping guidelines for such collaborative involvement. Drawing from a wide range of examples and perspectives, this book explores how participatory design can contribute to the development, implementation, and sustainability of learning innovations. Written for scholars and students, Participatory Design for Learning: Perspectives from Practice and Research develops and draws attention to practices that are relevant to the facilitation of effective educational environments and learning technologies.
Category: Education

The Design Of The University

Author : Heinz-Dieter Meyer
ISBN : 9781317623281
Genre : Education
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What is the reason for the American university’s global preeminence? How did the American university succeed where the development of the German university, from which it took so much, stalled? In this closely-argued book, Meyer suggests that the key to the American university’s success is its institutional design of self-government. Where other university systems are dependent on the patronage of state, church, or market, the American university is the first to achieve true autonomy, which it attained through an intricate system of engagements with societal actors and institutions that simultaneously act as amplifiers of its impact and as checks on the university’s ever-present corrosive tendencies. Built on a searching analysis of the design thinking of Wilhelm von Humboldt and Adam Smith and closely tracing the learning process by which Americans adapted the German model, The Design of the University dismisses efforts to copy superficial features of the American university in order to achieve world-class rank. Calling attention to the design details of the university and the particulars of its institutional environment, this volume identifies the practices and choices that produced the gold standard for today’s world class higher education.
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Educating Learners With Down Syndrome

Author : Rhonda Faragher
ISBN : 9781134673353
Genre : Education
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For individuals with Down syndrome, the extent of the effect of intellectual disability depends largely on the degree of provision of appropriate support and intervention. In Educating Learners with Down Syndrome, editors Rhonda Faragher and Barbara Clarke have brought together a number of expert contributors, whose chapters review recent findings in the field of DS education, highlight promising practices, and identify areas for future research. While the emphasis is primarily on the school years, links to early intervention and to life post-16 are made, with chapters organized into three parts: conceptual overview of issues in learning and teaching, learning mathematics, and literacy development. The book is also united by the cohesive themes of assessment, evidence-based practice, and inclusive practices. Educating Learners with Down Syndrome importantly incorporates the voices of individuals with Down syndrome, whose personal narratives add significance to the research mission of the text and demonstrate the authors' inclusive philosophy. Aimed at researchers, teacher educators, higher degree students, and policy makers, this book is the first of its kind to provide a compendium of research on educating learners with Down syndrome.
Category: Education