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Understanding Prejudice And Education

Author : Conrad Hughes
ISBN : 9781317400875
Genre : Education
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What is prejudice in the 21st Century and how can education help to reduce it? This original text discusses prejudice in detail, offering a clear analysis of research and theory on prejudice and prejudice reduction, drawn from findings in social psychology, critical thinking and education. Presenting the underlying principle that prejudice can be reduced through the development of four core attributes – empathy, understanding, cognitive flexibility and metacognitive thought – the book offers effective educational strategies for preparing young people for life. Chapters explore a range of examples of classroom practice and provide a thorough engagement with the minefield of prejudice, set against challenging sociological, ideological, political and cultural questions. An integrative framework is included that can be adapted and adopted in schools, synthesising findings and emphasising the need for individuals and groups to work against preconceived beliefs and emotional reactions to situations, offering contra-intuitive, rational and affective responses. Understanding Prejudice and Education is essential reading for all those engaged in relevant undergraduate, Master’s level and postgraduate courses in education, social psychology and cultural studies, as well as teachers and school leaders interested in developing strategies to reduce prejudice in their schools.

The Conservative Case For Education

Author : Nicholas Tate
ISBN : 9781351678513
Genre : Education
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The Conservative Case for Education argues that educational thinking in English-speaking countries over the last fifty years has been massively influenced by a dominant liberal ideology based on unchallenged assumptions. Conservative voices pushing against the current of this ideology have been few, but powerful and drawn from across the political spectrum. The book shows how these twentieth-century voices remain highly relevant today, using them to make a conservative case for education. Written by a former government adviser and head teacher, the book focuses on four of the most powerful of these conservative voices: the poet and social critic T. S. Eliot, the philosopher Michael Oakeshott, the political thinker Hannah Arendt and the educationist E D Hirsch. In the case of each thinker, the book shows how their ideas throw fresh light on contemporary educational issues. These issues range widely across current educational practice and include: creativity, cultural literacy, mindfulness, the place of religion in schools, education for citizenship, the teaching of history and Classics, the authority of the teacher, the arguments for and against a national curriculum, the educational response to cultural diversity, and more. A concluding chapter sums up the conservative case for education in a set of Principles that would be acceptable to many from the Left, as well as the Right of the political spectrum. The book should be of particular interest to educators and educational policy makers at a time when ‘conservative’ governments are in power in the UK and the USA, as well as to researchers, academics and postgraduate students engaged in the study of educational policy, or those studying educational issues from an ethical, philosophical and cultural standpoint.

Educating For The Twenty First Century Seven Global Challenges

Author : Conrad Hughes
ISBN : 9004381015
Genre : Education
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Educating for the Twenty-First Century explores critical issues facing education in the 21st century.

The Educational Challenge Of Cultural Diversity In The International Context

Author : Christos Govaris, Stavroula Kaldi (ed.)
ISBN : 9783830972198
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Pinstripes And Pearls

Author : Judith Hope
ISBN : 9780743214827
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Brings to life the accomplishments and achievements of four women from Harvard Law's class of 1964 who have set the standard for future generations of women.

Immigration And The Challenge Of Education

Author : N. Jaramillo
ISBN : 9781137013347
Genre : Education
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Analyzes a community from the standpoint of immigrant mothers in South Central Los Angeles who were concerned about the education of their children and the violence in their communities. Written in Spanish and English, the text brings together the women's observations as they put into action their developing political consciousness.

Unesco And The Defenses Of Peace

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There Goes The Neighborhood

Author : Ali Noorani
ISBN : 9781633883079
Genre : SOCIAL SCIENCE
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"A leading advocate for immigration reform interviews a wide range of citizens from communities throughout the nation to gauge the level of acceptance of new immigrants"--

Teaching Religious Education

Author : Elaine McCreery
ISBN : 9780857252524
Genre : Education
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Many trainee primary teachers are uncertain as to the place and purpose of RE in primary schools. This book is designed to alleviate such fears and give trainees the security and confidence to teach RE effectively. Trainees are encouraged to recognise their own religious position and understand how they handle their own beliefs and commitments in the classroom. In addition, they will learn how to be sensitive to children's religious viewpoints, allowing children to share their beliefs in a secure and supportive environment. A range of strategies help readers to provide engaging and appropriate RE across the primary age phase.

Myp New Directions

Author : Mary Hayden
ISBN : 1909717878
Genre : Education
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The new IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) curriculum for 11 to 16 year olds came into effect in September 2014 and will strengthen the IB's continuum of learning. This edited collection will provide support for all those involved in the current period of preparation for implementation of the new programme. The chapters are written by experienced practitioners from a range of relevant standpoints about different aspects of the MYP. MYP - New Directions examines the changes to the programme that have been introduced as well as those that are currently iprogress, and highlights challenges and opportunities for the future. Contributors: Judith Fabian, Conrad Hughes, Alexandra Holland, Lance King, Marjorie Lope, Patricia Villegas, Gareth Hegarty, Hege Myhre, Michael Huber, Oyndrilla Mukherjee, Anthony Hemmens, and Gillian Ashworth.

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