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Aufmerksamkeit

Author : Sabine Reh
ISBN : 9783531193816
Genre : Education
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Im pädagogischen Diskurs erweist sich Aufmerksamkeit als ein vielgestaltiges und uneindeutiges Phänomen. Aufmerksamkeit erscheint sowohl als Voraussetzung wie auch als Ziel, sowohl als Mittel wie auch als Grenze der Pädagogik. In diesem Buch wird dargestellt, wie sich in historischer Perspektive Aufmerksamkeit als Motiv pädagogischer Reflexionen entwickelt und gleichzeitig als Element des pädagogischen Geschehens selbst produziert wird. In theoretisch-systematischer und empirischer Perspektive wird diskutiert, wie Erfahrung als ein Aufmerksam-Geworden-Sein, Lernen als Teilhabe an gemeinsamer Aufmerksamkeit, pädagogisches Handeln als Aufmerksamkeitslenkung aufgegriffen und Lernschwierigkeiten als fehlende Aufmerksamkeit pathologisiert werden.

Handbuch Qualitative Videoanalyse

Author : Christine Moritz
ISBN : 9783658158941
Genre : Social Science
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Das Handbuch bietet einen breiten und vollständigen Überblick über die derzeit wichtigsten qualitativen Methoden der Videoanalyse und Filmanalyse sowie deren Entwicklungen in den Sozialwissenschaften und schließt somit in einem Fachbereich, der durch hohe Diversität gekennzeichnet ist, eine noch immer bestehende Lücke. Zudem geht der Band forschungspraktisch auf die bestehenden methodischen und methodologischen Herausforderungen ein, differenziert und arbeitet auf diese Weise die bestehenden Anforderungen im Umgang mit dem besonderen Datentypus nachvollziehbar heraus. Videos per App: Laden Sie die Springer Multimedia App kostenlos herunter - Abbildungen im Buch per App mit Handy oder Tablet scannen, um Videos zu streamen.

What Is An Emotion

Author : Dr. William James
ISBN : 9781625588883
Genre : Philosophy
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I should say first of all that the only emotions I propose expressly to consider here are those that have a distinct bodily expression. That there are feelings of pleasure and displeasure, of interest and excitement, bound up with mental operations, but having no obvious bodily expression for their consequence, would, I suppose, be held true by most readers. Certain arrangements of sounds, of lines, of colours are agreeable, and others the reverse, without the degree of the feeling being sufficient to quicken the pulse or breathing, or to prompt to movements of either the body or the face. Certain sequences of ideas charm us as much as others tire us. It is a real intellectual delight to get a problem solved, and a real intellectual torment to have to leave it unfinished. The first set of examples, the sounds, lines, and colours, are either bodily sensations, or the images of such. The second set seem to depend on processes in the ideational centres exclusively. Taken together, they appear to prove that there are pleasures and pains inherent in certain forms of nerve-action as such, wherever that action occur. The case of these feelings we will at present leave entirely aside, and confine our attention to the more complicated cases in which a wave of bodily disturbance of some kind accompanies the perception of the interesting sights or sounds, or the passage of the exciting train of ideas. Surprise, curiosity, rapture, fear, anger, lust, greed, and the like, become then the names of the mental states with which the person is possessed. The bodily disturbances are said to be the "manifestation" of these several emotions, their "expression" or "natural language;" and these emotions themselves, being so strongly characterized both from within and without, may be called the standard emotions. --William James

Of Other Thoughts Non Traditional Ways To The Doctorate

Author : A.-Chr. Engels-Schwarzpaul
ISBN : 9789462093171
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Of Other Thoughts offers a path-breaking critique of the traditions underpinning doctoral research. Working against the grain of traditional research orthodoxies, graduate researchers (almost all from Indigenous, transnational, diasporic, coloured, queer and ethnic minorities) AND their supervisors offer insights into non-traditional and emergent modes of research—transcultural, post-colonial, trans-disciplinary and creative practice-led. Through case studies and contextualizing essays, Of Other Thoughts provides a unique guide to doctoral candidates and supervisors working with different modes of research. More radically, its questioning of traditional assumptions about the nature of the literature review, the genealogy of research practices, and the status and structuring of the thesis creates openings for alternative modes of researching. It gives our emerging researchers the courage to differ and challenges the University to take up its public role as critic and conscience of society. Barbara Bolt | Associate Professor and Associate Director of Research and Research Training | The Victorian College of the Arts |University of Melbourne | Australia These writings are essential reading for all PhD students interested in making their critical work count for more. They examine multiple sites where conservative politics and ethics, institutional regulations, culturally constrained supervisory practices, and disciplinary boundary maintenance run counter to the radical and transforming potential of critical PhD work. Graham Hingangaroa Smith | Distinguished Professor | Vice-Chancellor/Chief Executive Officer | Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi| Whakatāne | Aotearoa – New Zealand This book makes a distinctive and valuable contribution to the growing literature on doctoral education. Readers will find a wonderfully diverse collection of perspectives on non-traditional paths to the PhD. The book synthesises theory with practice in a highly effective and engaging manner. It sets doctoral experiences in their broader cultural, political and intellectual contexts, and addresses epistemological and methodological questions with fresh insight. Of Other Thoughts will appeal to students and supervisors in a range of different fields and deserves a wide international readership. Peter Roberts | Professor of Education, University of Canterbury | Christchurch | Aotearoa – New Zealand

I Of The Vortex

Author : Rodolfo R. Llin's
ISBN : 0262621630
Genre : Medical
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A highly original theory of how the mind-brain works, based on the author's study of single neuronal cells. Color Figures from the book are now available online—click the title for more information.

Regression Models

Author : Richard Breen
ISBN : 0803957106
Genre : Social Science
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What techniques can social scientists use when an outcome variable for a sample is not representative of the population for whom they would like to generalize the results? This book provides an introduction to regression models for such data including censored, sample-selected and truncated data.

Teachers And Trainers In Adult And Lifelong Learning

Author : Regina Egetenmeyer
ISBN : 3631612982
Genre : Education
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What competences are needed in future by people working within adult and lifelong learning? What pathways of professionalisation are available to them in Europe and Asia? What are the actual effects of teacher training? What are the specific responsibilities of adult and continuing education teachers and trainers? The book focuses on teachers and trainers in lifelong learning and their professional development. Therefore it gives an insight into the state of the art of professional development in Southeast Asia, Europe, China and India. Furthermore, professionalisation in adult and lifelong learning is explored under the headings of the effects of teacher training, role-professionals, competences profiles and the question of responsibility. It also gives an insight into initiatives to professionalise the people working in adult and lifelong learning.

Body Movement And Speech In Medical Interaction

Author : Christian Heath
ISBN : 0521253357
Genre : Medical
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Based on a collection of video recordings, this book offers a micro-analysis of the visual and vocal aspects of the interaction between doctors and patients. Using actual examples, Christian Heath explores the moment-by-moment coordination of body movement and speech by and between doctor and patient. This study makes a major contribution both to our understanding of doctor-patient communication, and to the growing body of research on face-to-face interaction.

Research On Classroom Ecologies

Author : Deborah L. Speece
ISBN : 9781136490026
Genre : Education
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Written during a period of reexamination and change in the field of special education, this book was developed in order to provide a better understanding of the contexts in which children receive their formal education. The movement toward the "least restrictive environment" for the education of children with disabilities is weathering a wave of reinterpretations including mainstreaming, the regular education initiative, and inclusion. While each interpretation has its proponents and critics, limited theory and few data are available to guide these important policy decisions. Focusing specifically on classrooms -- the settings where educators can have the most immediate impact and where research is most needed -- this volume's goals are: * to establish what is known about classroom ecologies from both general and special education perspectives, * to integrate the perspectives of researchers and practitioners, and * to chart directions for further research specifically related to children with learning disabilities. The construct of classroom ecology is defined as three interrelated domains: instruction, teacher and peer interaction, and organization and management. This scheme provides the structure for the book. Taken as a whole, the content of the volume underscores the limits of current knowledge and at the same time provides directions for needed changes in both research and practice.

Ethnography And Language In Educational Settings

Author : Judith L. Green
ISBN : UVA:X001394917
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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