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Artificial Intelligence And Education Principles And Case Studies

Author : Robert Walter Lawler
ISBN : 0893916307
Genre : Education
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"Synthesis and Reflection" was the theme of the May 1989 conference held in Amsterdam. Twelve papers reflect a broadening of concerns, beyond instruction narrowly considered, since the 1987 meeting from which volume 1 (Learning environments and tutoring systems) was derived. Topics include: cross-cultural transmission of knowledge, how experience with computation can impact the lives of people with major handicaps, expert systems in teacher education, and situated cognition and the culture of learning. Paper edition (unseen), $29.50. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Category: Education

Systems Theory For Pragmatic Schooling Toward Principles Of Democratic Education

Author : C. Cunningham
ISBN : 9781137449320
Genre : Education
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Writing for educators and education leaders, Cunningham shows that combining a philosophy of pragmatism with thinking about education as systems can illuminate challenges in contemporary schooling and provide practical solutions for creating a democratic education.
Category: Education

The Case For Change

Author : Suzanne Mellor
ISBN : 9780864317858
Genre : Education
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This review calls for change. Over the last two decades, a plethora of governmentpolicies have been developed to improve the educational outcomes of Indigenous students. These policies have, as yet, failed to reduce significantly the gap betweenthe educational achievements of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students inAustralia. This review examines the research evidence underpinning currentgovernment policy. It reviews and analyses existing educational research into theprecursors and concomitant factors that contribute to educational achievement forstudents generally and for Indigenous students.
Category: Education

Theory And Principles Of Education

Author : A.R. Rather
ISBN : 8171418171
Genre : Education
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Contents: Meaning, Nature and Scope of Education, Objectives and Aims of Education, Definition, Nature and Scope of Philosophy, Major Philosophies, Role of Elders, Different Theories, Role of Education in Democracy, Role of Education in Socialism, Role of Education in Secularism, Education and Culture Development, Social Change and Role of Education, National and Emotional Integration by Education.
Category: Education

Principles And Practice Of Informal Education

Author : Linda Deer Richardson
ISBN : 9781134605187
Genre : Education
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This new and exciting text is aimed at informal educators involved in youth work, community work and adult education and health promotion. The contributors explore the principles and practice of informal education and focus, in particular, on the notion of 'working with' which is central to practice, in this sector. The book argues for an approach which is relevant to a number of professional fields and which focuses on a way of working rather than upon a specific target group. The book looks at the role of an educator in informal education and youth work settings. Comprehensive and analytical, it looks at social, cultural and political contexts of education. The authors discuss the practical side of teaching from the setting, programme planning and communication to activity-based work, one-to-one case work, formal group work and managing the work load. Finally the book analyses developing professional practice, the use of line management and supervision, and evaluation of work.
Category: Education

Transfer Of Learning

Author : Robert E. Haskell
ISBN : 9780123305954
Genre : Education
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Educators and educational psychologists recognize transfer of learning as a significant issue in various fields of instruction. Transfer of learning cuts across various educational domains, curricula, and methods. This book shows that transfer of learning is not just a technique of learning or instruction, but a way of thinking and knowing.
Category: Education

Leading A Digital School

Author : Mal Lee
ISBN : 9780864318961
Genre : Education
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This important new book informs educational leaders about current developments in the use of digital technologies and presents a number of case studies demonstrating their value and complexity. It encourages leaders to engage in the process of successful change for their own school community by providing guidelines and advice drawn from emerging research. Leading a Digital School is a rich source of information and advice about joining the new 'education revolution.' It shows clearly and concisely how schools can integrate digital technologies creatively and wisely in order to enliven teaching and support student learning.
Category: Education

The Arts In Schools

Author : Ken Robinson
ISBN : 0903319233
Genre : Art
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This book argues the case for the arts in schools and considers the consequent implications and conclusions. It maintains that schools must develop broader nor narrower curricula and that the arts have an important place within this approach.
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Too Simple To Fail

Author : R. Barker Bausell
ISBN : 9780199753246
Genre : Education
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Too Simple to Fail presents a startling dissection of what is wrong with our educational system and a set of simple, common-sense steps for improving it. This simplicity, Bausell argues, characterizes both the schooling process and the science of education, as witnessed by legions of researchers who have discovered precious little that their grandmothers didn't already know. Yet surprisingly, based upon the author's own studies and a review of the past 30+ years of educational research, these discoveries boil down to a simple but powerful theory: The only way schools can increase learning is to increase the amount of relevant instructional time for all students. Here, Bausell demonstrates that classroom instruction is hopelessly obsolete, as are our current testing practices, both contributing to the widening opportunity gap between socioeconomic and racial groups. But with an understanding of what is wrong with education today comes the revelation that the answer to these deficiencies has been available to us all along in the form of the tutorial model, the most effective instructional paradigm ever developed. Only in recent years has it become feasible to simulate this extremely effective instructional medium as a universal option that, in effect, would allow schools to provide relevant instruction as a rule and not an exception. If implemented, a new world of opportunity and potential will finally be available to children, whose learning is so crucial for our future. The new model presented in this book has implications for identifying not only what is wrong with the way we educate our young, but also why it is wrong, and how the educational process can be made more efficient, effective, and fair.
Category: Education