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Learning Environments

Author : Jules Pieters
ISBN : 9783642842566
Genre : Psychology
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In view of the present attempts to broaden the scope of educational research as far as learning is concerned, there has been increased interest in the functional environment of the learner. Since this environment includes psychological, pedagogical, sociological and even cultural-anthropological variables, the term learning environment is more often used. Traditionally this environment has consisted of the teacher and students in a situation similar to the real context, for instance in an apprenticeship. Although the apprenticeship form of learning has almost disappeared in Western educational systems, its characteristics can now be designed within intelligent learning environments that have the computation and storage capacity of modern technological innovations. The different perspectives regarding learning environments have been bundled into this book in an overview of Dutch and German research. These perspectives pertain to various system levels (learning activities, class- room and school) and to various disciplinary views (pedagogical, psychological, sociological).

Taalkunde Voor De Tweede Fase Van Het Vwo

Author : Hans Hulshof
ISBN : 9789053568965
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Taalkunde is maatschappelijk en cultureel relevante kennis. Het boek Taalkunde voor de tweede fase van het VWO verschilt qua inhoud en doelstelling van de gangbare leergangen voor het schoolvak Nederlands. De inhoud is, anders dan in die leergangen gebruikelijk is, uitsluitend gericht op taalkunde. De belangrijkste deelgebieden daarvan worden in een zevental hoofdstukken op een (populair-)wetenschappelijke manier behandeld. De inhoud staat los van het taalvaardigheidsonderwijs: taalkunde wordt als autonoom vak beoefend. Het zijn dan ook niet de bestaande lesmethoden Nederlands die tot voorbeeld voor de methode hebben gediend, maar moderne methoden voor vakken als biologie, natuurkunde en scheikunde. Stuk voor stuk vakken die ‘moeilijk’ mogen zijn, uitdagend en in ieder geval niet saai. Nederlands mag daarvan wel iets meer hebben, onder andere om van het huidige imagoprobleem af te komen. Dit boek heeft de bedoeling aan een omslag van het vak bij te dragen.

Text Comprehension And Learning

Author : Bernadette Van Hout-Wolters
ISBN : 902651283X
Genre : Education
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New Learning

Author : Robert-Jan Simons
ISBN : 9780306476143
Genre : Psychology
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This book brings together research and theory about `New Learning', the term we use for new learning outcomes, new kinds of learning processes and new instructional methods that are both wanted by society and stressed in psychological theory in many countries at present. It describes and illustrates the differences as well as the modern versions of the traditional innovative ideas.

Complementary Methods For Research In Education

Author : Richard M. Jaeger
ISBN : 0935302190
Genre : Education
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Teachers Investigate Their Work

Author : Allan Feldman
ISBN : 9781317796978
Genre : Education
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Teachers Investigate Their Work introduces the methods and concepts of action research through examples drawn from studies carried out by teachers. The book is arranged as a handbook with numerous sub-headings for easy reference and fourty-one practical methods and strategies to put into action, some of them flagged as suitable `starters'. Throughout the book, the authors draw on their international practical experience of action research, working in close collaboration with teachers. It is an essential guide for teachers, senior staff and co-ordinators of teacher professional development who are interested in investigating their own practice in order to improve it.

Between School And Work

Author : Terttu Tuomi-Gröhn
ISBN : 008044296X
Genre : Education
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This book opens up new theoretical perspectives and practical possibilities to analyze the learning opportunities emerging in the transitional zones between educational institutions and workplaces. International contributors draw on a range of ideas developed within constructivistic, socio-cultural and activity theory and focus in different ways on the processes of transition, transfer and boundary crossing as central to learning, especially in vocational and professional education contexts. The book begins with four chapters which locate the renewed interest in transfer and the emerging interest in boundary crossing in the context of knowledge society in terms of the following (a) the historical development of learning theories, (b) the theoretical advances made in socio-cultural approaches as regards learning, transfer and boundary crossing, and (c) sociological approaches to links between school and workplace learning. Part II contains seven chapters that present studies on learning and transfer in different domains of vocational and professional education. Part III presents three studies that describe and analyze learning in workplaces. The chapters of these three parts report on a range of empirical and developmental studies which have developed new 'tools for learning and transfer' in vocational education. The book ends with an epilogue consisting of a critical reflection on the earlier chapters in relation to how they approach two key transfer issues - the relationship between school knowledge and the knowledge acquired in working life, and the relationship between transfer and boundary crossing at the individual and collective levels. The chapters of this book are based on original research undertaken by members and invited experts of a European COST Action A 11 Working Group 2 which includes researchers from twelve different countries.

Knowledge Production

Author : Bridget Somekh
ISBN : 9781136025662
Genre : Education
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This collection from a highly impressive international group of educational researchers explores epistemological, methodological, and ethical-political issues in the production of knowledge about educational phenomena in contemporary society. The book is organized in two sections. The first focuses on how the enterprise of knowledge production is being influenced by global discourses of educational accountability, evidence-based practice and policy, and quality assessment. The second section features material that focuses more specifically on reconceiving both methodological matters and the kinds of knowledge that demand attention in this climate. The book is unique in bringing together chapters by scholars well-known internationally for their original contributions to educational theory and research practice. Many books in this area are no more than guides on how to do research or text books reiterating rather narrow frameworks of research paradigms, this book both breaks new ground and sets the tone for discussions about the future path of educational research in the coming years.

The King Of The Copper Mountains

Author : Paul Biegel
ISBN : 1905537034
Genre : Children's stories
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A timeless children's classic for ages 7+. At the end of his thousand-year reign of the Copper Mountains, old King Mansolain is tired and his heart is slowing down. When his attendant, the Hare, consults The Wonder Doctor, he is told he must keep the King engaged in life by telling him a story every night until the Doctor can find a cure. The search is on for a nightly story more wonderful than the last, and one by one the kingdom's inhabitants arrive with theirs; the ferocious Wolf, the lovesick Donkey, the fire-breathing three-headed Dragon. Last to arrive is the Dwarf, with four ancient books and a prophecy that the King will live for another thousand years - but only if the Wonder Doctor returns in time.

Educational Research In Practice

Author : Joanna Swann
ISBN : 9780826432742
Genre : Education
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Offering valuable insights into the education and social research community, eight researchers representing contrasting approaches-from the United Kingdom, New Zealand and North America-explain what they do, why they do it, its methodological basis, and perceived outcomes. Main themes are then analyzed and discussed by the editors, both experienced teachers of research methodology and methods.

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