Frauentag am Goetheanum. Zum Frauentag am 8. Zum zehnten Mal: Mysteriendramen von Rudolf Steiner. Seit 5. Erste Ausgabe der BauZeitung. Im Oktober erschien der Spendenaufruf zur Sanierung des Goetheanum. Nun wurde die BauZeitung wieder belebt, um von den Ereignissen rund um die Februar bis 1.
Ausstellung: Werke von Ortwin Pennemann. Februar bis 5. Die Leiterin Margrethe Gedenkveranstaltungen am Geburts- und Todestag von Rudolf Steiner. Anthroposophische Gesellschaft in der Schweiz: Jahrestagung. Verein sichert Architekturpfad Dornach Arlesheim. Mit dabei Aufstellung der Birnbaum-Skulptur. Jetzt ist er als Skulptur im Goetheanum zu sehen. Allgemeine Anthroposophische Gesellschaft: Jahrestreffen und Generalversammlung Zum 8.
Februar Print und am 9. Test einer Akkustikanlage. Wie man das macht, ist Thema der Hochschule im Dialog. Im Verlag am Goetheanum ist am 5. Geschrieben hat sie die Eurythmisten Angela Locher. Todesjahr von Margarita Woloschin. Gastspiel: Der Sturz des Antichrist. Treffen Vorstand am Goetheanum und Siebenerkreis. Beraterkreis Bausanierung. Sie erinnert mit ihren Todesjahr von Albert Steffen.
Albert Steffen: Vor 50 Jahren, am Juli , starb Albert Steffen, der sich mit der Anthroposophischen Gesellschaft und dem Goetheanum eng verbunden hat. Heute, am Seit 3. Ausstellung mit Werken von Hans Jenny. Sie ist noch bis Februar zu sehen. Was ist erreicht, wo hakt es im eurythmischen Leben?
Vernissage: Steiner-Biografie von Peter Selg. Verlag am Goetheanum.
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Wilfried Hammacher: Weihnacht-Wintersonnenwende. Periodika am Goetheanum. Dezember im Rahmen der Tagung "Bauen am Vulkan. Weihnachten am Goetheanum. Zu sehen sind die Oberuferer Weihnachtsspiele und Verlag am Goetheanum: Jahresfestdichtungen von Wilfried Hammacher. Goetheanum-Leitung: Prozess des Zusprechens abgeschlossen. Dezember tagte der Beraterkreis zur Sanierung des Goetheanum.
Vor allem ging es um den Stand des Vorhabens. Oberuferer Christgeburtspiel auf Englisch. Gastspiel: Ritratto Dimitri. November November mit diesem November zu einem Arbeitstreffen Hinweis: Goetheanum als Kalendermotiv. Hinweis: Steiner-Ausstellung als Buch. Jetzt ist die Ausstellung auch als Sie hat Sinologie, Eurythmie und November am Goetheanum zeichneten sich neue Arbeitsformen und Sichtweisen ab.
Zu Gast: Culturscapes Moskau. Neuer Eintrag: Ausstellung von Ninetta Sombart. Unter dem Stichwort "Initiativ werden. Die Kunst des guten Handelns" kamen von 8. Gastspiel: "Engagement? Oktober zeigte die Compagnia Teatro Dimitri mit "Engagement? Michaeli-Feier Einen festlichen Abschluss der Michaeli-Hochschulzusammenkunft von September am Goetheanum markierte die Michaelifeier am Abend und am Ausstellung: Werke von Ninetta Sombart.
September bis 6. Januar sind im Goetheanum 23 Werke von Ninetta Sombart zu sehen. Der Schwerpunkt der Motive liegt bei Engeln und Motiven der Neu im Angebot: Tagesprogramm Goetheanum-Landschaftspark. Spendenaufruf Sanierungsaufgaben. In einer Woche, zum September, wird der Spendenaufruf zu den Sanierungsaufgaben am Goetheanum an die Mitglieder der Allgemeinen Anthroposophischen Zera und Zorro.
Die fachgruppenorientierte Jahreskonferenz der Medizinischen Sektion von September traf offenbar den Nerv der Zeit, wie er sich in Medizinische Sektion: Jahreskonferenz ausverkauft. September das erste Kalb geboren: Zora. September wird der Veranstaltet wird sie von Hang gesichert. Die Naturmauer am Hang unterhalb des Birnbaumplateaus war im Mai weggebrochen. Seit 8. August sind Sicherungsarbeiten am Hang abgeschlossen. Internationale Gesangstagung "Die Welt des Singens". Vom 3. August waren gut Menschen aus 22 Nationen zum Goetheanum zur ersten Internationalen Gesangstagung gereist.
Zukunft bauen. Naturwissenschaftliche Sektion: Sommeruni Jugendsektion: Tagung "Being — Present! Joan Sleigh als Mitglied des Vorstands nominiert. Zwei Ausstellungen zu Jahre Eurythmie. Juni und noch bis 9. Neues Arbeitsorgan: Goetheanum-Leitung. Juni wurde beschlossen, eine gemeinsame Goetheanum-Leitung zu Benefizessen bei der Jugendsektion. Christengemeinschaft zu Gast. Die Pfingsttagung am Goetheanum wurde am April am Goetheanum. Die Wochenschrift "Das Goetheanum" Nr. Medizinische Sektion: Pflegekongress "Verwundung und Heilung". Mai wieder lieferbar sein.
Die erste Auflage erschien im Und sie Weltlehrertagung am Goetheanum. Remo Largo am Goetheanum. Ostertagung Weltkindergarten- und Erziehertagung. Die Welt-Kindergarten-Tagung von 1. Anlass sind die Weltkindergarten- und die Jahrestagung und ordentliche Generalversammlung Die Jahrestagung und ordentliche Generalversammlung der Allgemeinen Anthroposophischen Gesellschaft am Sektionstreffen zur Initiative. Kirschbaum gepflanzt.
Einladung zur Jahrestagung und Generalversammlung. Am Freitag, den Wochenende der "Dornacher Kolonie". Generalversammlung April Der eingebrachte Misstrauensantrag Kraljevec in Dornach. Die vier Mysteriendramen Zweitausendelf. April begonnen. Auf der Suche nach dem Ich. Rudolf Steiner Express: zum Einsteigen bereit! Wenn Dialog von der Beobachtung zur Teilhabe sich steigert. Zum dritten Mal veranstaltete das Goetheanum zusammen mit dem Culturescapes einen Kulturtag. Diesmal war China an der Reihe. Etwa Teilnehmende kamen zu der Pressekonferenz zu dem das Goetheanum und das Rudolf-Steiner Archiv eingeladen hatten.
Die Veranstaltung war Internationale Pressekonferenz am Goetheanum. Zum Das eurythmisch-musikalische Gesamtkunstwerk " Das Erste Goetheanum im Zweiten Goetheanum. Ausverkaufter Sommerzyklus am Goetheanum. An vier aufeinanderfolgenden Tagen wurden alle vier Mysteriendramen von Mai eine neue Sektionsleitung in der Nachfolge von Goetheanum-Initiative von Cornelius Pietzner. Die Ausstellung "Rudolf Steiner" in Ring the bell!
Ein Bogen schliesst sich. April sind nun alle vier Mysteriendramen neuinzeniert. Leben und Erkenntnis zusammenbringen. Das dritte und vorerst letzte Symposion "Anderzeit" ging mit Teilnehmenden zu ende. Von der Burg zum Forum. Zwischen Himmel und Erde. Im Winter wird er in die Kinos kommen.
Rundbrief mit neuem Gesicht. Die anthroposophische Arbeit in Gruppen. Neuer wissenschaftlicher Dialog am Goetheanum. Vom Goetheanum vergibt neue Stipendien. Das Neue hat zwei Seiten. Am Wochenende 4. April fand am Goetheanum die Generalvsersammlung der Allgemeinen Anthroposophischen Gesellschaft statt. Die Inspirationsquelle wurde neu erschlossen. Gartenpark am Goetheanum. Veranstaltungsvorblick Nur noch wenige Tage. Alternativbanken Europas fordern 8-Punkte-Plan.
Grosse Trauer in Mumbai. Vielfalt nimmt zu. Am Wochenende Darunter auch einige neue Initiativen. Tagungs-Duo am Goetheanum. September seine Premiere am Eine Einladung vom Goetheanum, ans Goetheanum. Diesen August startet das neue Veranstaltungsmagazin des Goetheanum. Sommertage am Goetheanum. Technisch muss sie dringend saniert werden Vom 1. Schweden: Youth Initiative Program Yip. Auf Initiative kommt es an. Mit dem neuen Tagungskonzept "Festival. Forum" gehen die Tagungsorganisatoren der Jugendsektion neue Wege. Internationale Schatzmeistertagung am Goetheanum. Die Generalversammlung und Jahrestagung der Anthroposophischen Gesellschaft findet traditionell am Wochenende vor Ostern statt.
Anthroposophische Gesellschaft in der Schweiz. Sternstunde am Goetheanum. Am Wochenende vom Das Jahr begann mit zahlreichen Tagungen. Erstmals wurde am Goetheanum eine Tagung zu den Verstorbenen veranstaltet. Vorwurf diskriminierenden Gedankengutes - Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung informiert.
Anthroposophische Gesellschaft in den Niederlanden. Die anthroposophische Medizin und ihre Wirkprinzipien. Anthroposophische Gesellschaft in Grossbritannien. Forderung nach Parkhaus vom Tisch. Die neue Vereinbarung mit der Gemeinde Dornach ist zustande gekommen. In der Sitzung des Gemeinderates Dornach vom September wurde die mit Strafermittlung eingestellt.
Goetheanum veranstaltete vom Juli mit ca. Letzte Vorbereitungen. Die Bienen als Botschafter der Sonne. Mit einer eindrucksvollen "Sonnenskulptur" aus Bienenwachs machen Imker und Bienenliebhaber am Goetheanum etwas vom Geist dieser Sonnentiere erlebbar. Erste Bilder von "Ahrimans Reich". Mai April haben 43 Betroffene ihre Ausschliessungen beim Amtsgericht in Dornach angefochten. Die Anfechtung erfolgt in zwei formell Vielfalt in der Eurythmie, Vielfalt der Eurythmie. Vom esoterischen Kern der Eurythmie im Grundsteinspruch bis zur Diese sogenannte Konzentriert und ruhig.
Konzentriert und ruhig verlief am Samstag, den Mit Auf Ende der kommenden Generalversammlung Mitglieder der GWT haben am 7. Juli eine Strafanzeige gegen sechs Vorstandsmitglieder am Goetheanum eingereicht. Die GWT macht den Ein blauer Flyer und eine Landwirtschaftliche Tagung kurz vor dem Beginn. Schnee - und die Erde wird ruhig.
Es ist immer wieder ein Zauber, wenn der erste Schnee des Jahres sich auf die Landschaft legt, denn wie nichts anderes ist der Schnee in der Lage, der Das Programm der Weihnachtstagung vom Dezember bis 1. Am Wochenende 3. Nun ist diese Was treibt das Leben voran? Modell des des Ersten Goetheanum restauriert. Das neue alte Glashaus wird sichtbar. Zentraler Empfang kurz vor der Fertigstellung.
Durchbruch am Goetheanum. Ab Mitte August finden am Goetheanum Bauarbeiten statt, um den neuen zentralen Servicebereich zu entwickeln. Im Austausch den eigenen Ausdruck finden. Juni zeigten sich Absolventen von 13 Eurythmieschulen gegenseitig ihre Arbeitsergebnisse.
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Europa und seine geistigen Grundlagen. Internationalisierung und Transparenz. Jahrestagung und Generalversammlung der Allgemeinen Anthroposophischen Gesellschaft am 8. Zu den Kosten im Konstitutionsverfahren. Auf der Ausserordentliche Generalversammlung. The Curriculum: Whose Internationalization? It reflects the work of the Internationalization of Curriculum Studies Task Force — created at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies annual meeting in New Orleans in — in the context of new theoretical avenues such as the Itinerant Curriculum Theory ICT to help address issues related to the problematic nature of internationalization and globalization.
Curriculum Decanonizing the Field Curriculum: Decanonizing the Field is a fresh and innovative collection that is concerned with the totalitarian Western Eurocentric cult that has dominated the field of curriculum studies. Contributors to this volume challenge dominant and counter-dominant curriculum positions of the Western Eurocentric epistemic platform. Curriculum: Decanonizing the Field is a clarion call against curriculum epistemicides, proposing the use of Itinerant Curriculum Theory ICT , which opens up the canon of knowledge; challenges and destroys the coloniality of power, knowledge and being; and transforms the very idea and practice of power.
The volume is essential reading for anyone involved in one of the most important battles for curriculum relevance — the fact that there is no social justice without cognitive justice. The Idea of the University provides readings of central texts in the philosophical discourse of the organization and development of the modern research university.
Emerging from German idealist and Romantic philosophy traditions, the Humboldtian university reflected the central importance of philosophy and the notion of academic freedom — the freedom to teach and to learn. Also included here are contributions from other major figures such as Sedgwick, Whelwell, Stuart Mill, Arnold, and Leavis from the English tradition; and Hutchins, Clark, Kerr, and Bok, among others, from the American tradition. The collection concludes by presenting writings from Lyotard, Derrida, Bourdieu, MacIntyre, Said, and Readings who were all concerned at the many limitations being imposed by modernity and, in their different ways, held out for an idea of the university built around critical reason.
Critical pedagogy, political economics, and aesthetic theory combine with dialectical and materialist understandings of science, society, and revolutionary politics to develop the most radical goals of society and education. This develops commonwealth criteria of judgment regarding the real and enduring economic and political possibilities that concretely encompass all of our engagement and action. Transformative Leadership: A Primer both delivers a complete and engaging overview of transformative leadership and also clearly distinguishes it from other popular approaches to leadership.
Carolyn M. Shields shows how the tenets of transformative leadership interact with one another, and how they provide a lens for leadership that offers an excellent, inclusive, equitable, and socially just education for all students. Using anecdotes and narratives drawn from empirical research, as well as current data, Dr. Shields establishes how transformative leadership comprises a comprehensive approach to leadership in highly diverse contexts, and how it can empower students who are traditionally marginalized due to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, home language, or religion.
Accepting a mandate for educational change, reconstructing knowledge frameworks, and redistributing power in more equitable ways are starting points for transformative leaders. Changing the structures, cultures, curricula, and pedagogies of the school to be more democratic and emancipatory; acknowledging our interconnectedness and interdependence with global neighbors; and accepting responsibility for promoting both public and private good are processes that implement the transformation. Taken together, these changes cannot be accomplished without considerable collaboration, conversation, and moral courage.
It aims to illuminate the lived reality of educational research on a wide variety of topics, including family life in rural South Africa, support for self-harming students in the UK, character development in the USA and Korea, educational leadership in the UK and China, philosophical analysis of education policy, and much more. The book is for and about researchers and is built around a set of conversations with the author — a fellow researcher. Researchers work at the frontiers of our knowledge and understanding of the world, and frontiers can be dangerous places.
The conversations presented here explore the experience of research and ask what qualities are needed, or wished for, in order to successfully face its challenges. There are many books that include lists of what to do and what not to do when carrying out research. Here, in contrast, we find out what really happens and why — and what it takes to keep going. The book examines the impact of Europe-wide and global developments on national higher education systems. The authors try in particular to place upfront issues of convergence and diversity, of equity and of the relationship between centres and peripheries in higher education.
The book is an outcome of research collaboration between six institutes which developed a EuroHESC research proposal on the consequences of expanded and differentiated higher education systems. Exploring Ultimate Worth in a Post-Secular World This book addresses the question of human rights education in a world that is witnessing a resurgence of religion in public life, and a continuation of religion across much of the globe, long after secularization theories predicted its decline.
Promoting a universal vision of human rights while acknowledging religious diversity is a challenge for schools. This book starts with the basic premise that human rights are grounded in a belief in the dignity and ultimate worth of the human person. Drawing on key philosophical and theological sources for understanding dignity, it builds a vision of human rights and religious education that seeks to square the impossible circle of universal human rights education in a religiously diverse world.
Moral Landscape and Ethical Literacy Recent developments in the natural and social sciences have brought great benefits to humanity, both in terms of our material wellbeing and our intellectual and conceptual capacities. Yet, despite a broad ethical consensus and highly developed innate faculties of reason and conscience, there seems to be a significant discrepancy between how we ought to behave and how we actually behave, leading to a disregard for the dignity of human persons across the globe.
This book suggests that the problem arises from various misunderstandings of the nature of the self and that the solution could lie in adopting a holistic concept of the human person within the context of a carefully cultivated ethical literacy. It argues that the ideas of the Iranian philosopher Ostad Elahi — provide a powerful and compelling alternative to the dominant post-Enlightenment understanding of selfhood, education and morality.
The essays in this book are focused on the production and the use of textbooks in different countries and different periods of European history. By indicating some particularly important moments in the evolution of textbooks, they allow a better understanding of the educational history and of some other related topics: the history of school subjects mainly reconstructed through the contents offered to students at various levels of education; the educational and cultural policies that the states have continued through and what is still one of the most powerful means of training and orientation of public opinion: the school.
The common source to all the essays collected here is the educational publishing. All authors have analyzed books, authors, publishers, users of manuals in limited contexts and moments in the history of education in different countries, in the attempt to study it through the real materials used daily in classes and not simply on teaching methods and pedagogical theories. Due to the interwar marriage bar, many women teachers married, resigned from paid work and became mothers. The book explores their experiences, along with those of lifelong teachers whose work spread across a range of educational fields and different parts of the world.
The book begins with a call to discursively reshape research using affect, after which the authors develop a unique conceptualization of affect, one that brings it into the realm of Frankfurt School Critical Theory. The theoretical foundation sets up the affect probe method, which involves giving participants a package of small activities that require fun, easy, and creative participation.
The activities are intended both to inspire affects and to mark their presence. Strategies for analysis are outlined and a series of critical interventions are woven throughout the text to situate the ideas. Partnerships among a variety of institutions — for profit, not-for-profit, and non-profit — are a relatively recent organizational development. Such partnerships link businesses, government, and social agencies. The primary reason for these relationships is to achieve goals sooner and more efficiently by building on the resources and expertise of each partner.
In arts education, schools, arts organizations, cultural institutions, government agencies, and universities have engaged in joint ventures to improve the teaching and learning of the arts disciplines in their schools and in their communities. These partnerships have been particularly beneficial for teachers, many of whom have limited background in the arts but are expected to teach them in their classrooms.
More recently, partnerships focus on educational goals rather than solely artistic ones. Despite the challenges and complexities of arts education partnerships, most partners believe that the benefits to students, teachers and the community outweigh the disadvantages and consequently, as the research in Working Together demonstrates, they are willing to justify the time, energy, and expense involved to improve the quality of arts education.
With particular focus on the first-hand narratives of two desegregation pioneers — their stories, sufferings, and pedagogy of survival — this book gives voice to unsung heroes and the often overlooked view of the adolescent perspective to address the question of how one can endure and thrive in the midst of hardship and tragedy. In Pedagogy of Survival, the author uses the narratives of ordinary people to highlight extraordinary lessons of perseverance. The integration of historical and present-day change agents challenges readers to examine their own lives and see that they, too, have the ability to not merely withstand trials, but to become agents of change.
Everyone has a story that matters and can serve as a lesson for someone else. So what is your story? How will you use it to help others? Ultimately, what is your pedagogy of survival? Pedagogical Matters New Materialisms and Curriculum Studies This edited collection takes up the wild and sudden surge of new materialisms in the field of curriculum studies. New materialisms shift away from the strong focus on discourse associated with the linguistic or cultural turn in theory and toward recent work in the physical and biological sciences; in doing so, they posit ontologies of becoming that re-configure our sense of what a human person is and how that person relates to the more-than-human ecologies in which it is nested.
Ignited by an urgency to disrupt the dangers of anthropocentrism and systems of domination in the work of curriculum and pedagogy, this book builds upon the axiom that agency is not a uniquely human capacity but something inherent in all matter. This collection blurs the boundaries of human and non-human, animate and inanimate, to focus on webs of interrelations. Each chapter explores these questions while attending to the ethical, aesthetic, and political tasks of education — both in and out of school contexts.
It is essential reading for anyone interested in feminist, queer, antiracist, ecological, and posthumanist theories and practices of education. Documentaries, Biopics, and Reality Television Reel Education is the first single-authored book to bring together the theoretical and practical considerations of teaching cinematic texts about education that claim a degree of verisimilitude. Given the recent influx of documentaries, biopics, and reality television shows about education, new theoretical frameworks are required to understand how these productions shape public conversations about educational issues.
Since all texts, whatever their truth-claims may be, are grounded in specific ideologies, those in the fields of humanities, education, and media and communication studies must pay attention to how these films and television shows are constructed and for what purposes. This book provides an analysis of documentaries, biopics, and reality television, examining the construction of the genres, the explicit and latent ideologies they contain, and the ways in which students and faculty might critically engage with them in classrooms.
Peter Lang Primer. Purposeful Engagement in Science Learning provides a blueprint of how teachers and their students can engage in science learning that mirrors the way science is practiced. It is written for K—16 science educators as well as those in the informal science education sector. The framework for this book is based on the project cycle, which is consistent with the process of scientific inquiry. Chapter One reviews the historical, philosophical and psychological foundations of project-based scientific inquiry PBSI and the evolution of this approach in the U.
Chapter Three explores how to plan PBSI and offers practical strategies for veteran and novice science educators alike. Chapter Four presents different strategies for implementing PBSI with particular emphasis on factors to consider, including the roles and responsibilities of teachers and students.
Chapter Seven examines the relationship between PBSI, after-school programs and community involvement. This book is organized in a way that allows science educators to address the Next Generation Science Standards NGSS , while at the same time, helping students learn science in ways that are relevant to their lives. Edited by the leading scholars in the field, Vital Questions Facing Disability Studies in Education provides an overview and introduction to the growing field of disability studies in education, including the application of the interdisciplinary field of disability studies to inclusive education, teacher education, educational research, and educational policy development.
This second edition continues the emphasis of the first edition on the central questions that drive this critical field of inquiry and social action, while broadening its scope to more fully address international educational issues. The first edition of this text has been widely adopted in undergraduate and graduate courses in disability studies and inclusive education.
Dabei gilt Einsprachigkeit als Ziel guten bilingualen Unterrichts. XVI, S. XVI, pp. Problem solving is presented as a skill, strategy, and protective factor in the development of resiliency and self-efficacy. The book introduces the LIBRE Model problem-solving activity as the tool to negotiate positive change by 1 affirming cultural competency, 2 supporting self-regulated decision making, 3 monitoring self-engagement styles, and 4 developing resiliency toward smoother transitions.
Looking beyond the previous model of Hip Hop-based education, Brian Mooney argues for school-wide hip-hop events, such as poetry slams, as the ideal site for students to engage in the elements of Hip Hop culture. Working from the perspective of a classroom teacher, the author reflects on the story of Word Up!
He makes the case for a pedagogy with the potential to transform urban schools and the way we think about them. This is essential reading for any teacher committed to social justice and culturally relevant education. Australian Indigenous Studies Research and Practice This book provides a guide to research and teaching in an Australian Indigenous Studies that is oriented toward the diverse, contemporary world. Central to this perspective is a sensibility to the intercultural complexity of that world — particularly its Indigenous component — and an awareness of the interactional capabilities that the Indigenous and others need to successfully negotiate it.
The Indigenous Studies presented in this book rejects as unproductive the orientation of orthodox Indigenous Studies, which promulgates the retention of old cultures, positive stereotypes, binary oppositions and false certainties. It adopts a more dialogical and process-oriented approach that highlights interactions and relationships and leads to the recognition of cultural and identity multiplicity, intersection and ambiguous difference. The book covers key topics such as ancestral cultures, colonisation and its impacts, identity politics, interculturality, intersectionality, structural marginalisation, unit development and teaching complexity.
History Education as Content, Methods or Orientation? A Study of Curriculum Prescriptions, Teacher-made Tasks and Student Strategies Historical content, historical methods and historical orientation are three aspects that may be taught in history education. This study examines the emphases which are included in formal curricula texts and those which are included in teacher-made tasks. The results show that the curricula of history education contains historical content, orientation and methods, yet history teachers focus almost exclusively on the historical content.
In a second step, this study examines the strategies with which students may process and combine elements from the three emphases of content, orientation and methods. The results provide insight into what strategies the students use and how they process the relationship between historical knowledge, historical methods and historical orientation. Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education. Radical Tales of Refuge and Renewal for Classrooms and Communities The Ecological Heart of Teaching is a collection of writings by teachers about their life in classrooms.
Reflecting over three years of collective work, it illustrates how teachers, parents, and students can avoid some of the distractions and panic endemic to many schools, allowing them to focus thoughtfully on rigorous, beautiful work. It draws on ecological thinking, Buddhism, and hermeneutics to provide deeper, richer, and more abundant sources for teaching, thinking, and practice, and shows how these three lineages provide keys to decode the current malaise that surrounds schooling.
The book will be valuable to beginning and experienced teachers and administrators, as well as to parents and anyone involved in stepping away from the exhausting industrial images and ideas that have turned schooling into an ecological and intellectual disaster. For those interested in interpretive research and life-writing, the book provides a wide array of examples; it is a valuable resource for undergraduate classes in curriculum and teaching, as well as graduate research methods courses interested in new forms of thinking and writing.
As a volume in the History of Schools and Schooling series, this book seeks to look to the past for what it can teach us today. XV, pp. XX, S. Berufliche Bildung im Wandel. Der Autor untersucht das kontrovers diskutierte Thema des bundesdeutschen Systems der dualen Berufsausbildung.
From the Parade Child to the King of Chaos depicts the pedagogical life history of an extraordinary teacher educator and internationally renowned curriculum scholar, William E. Doll, Jr. It explores how his life experiences have contributed to the formation and transformation of a celebrated teacher educator.
Based upon rich data collected over six years, this book demonstrates methodological creativity in integrating multiple sources and lenses. Profoundly moving, humorous, and inspirational, it is a muchneeded text for undergraduate and graduate courses in teacher education, curriculum studies, theory and practice of teaching and learning, life history studies, chaos and complexity theory, and postmodernism.
Neben der gesteigerten Selbstreflexion und einer Verbesserung des eigenen Unterrichts erlebten die Lehrer eine deutliche Verbesserung ihrer kollegialen Beziehungen und ihrer Zusammenarbeit. The CA framework is a counter narrative to the narrow instrumentalism that reduces education to a mere process of academic skills acquisition for a future workplace.
Primarily the book draws on the example of the Greek case. The issues discussed are unlikely to be confined to this country alone and will have resonances on other contexts. For most young 3—5 years old children of parents who have come from other countries, ECEC settings are the first context in which they come face to face with differences between the culture of home and the public culture of their new country.
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Transformative Learning through Restorative and Social Justice Education Revised Edition As many young adults continue to disengage with learning each day, teachers and administrators struggle to find ways to re-engage secondary students with their schooling and communities. Re-engaging Disconnected Youth profiles a program that succeeds in doing so, one that can serve as a model for others.
In a Midwestern alternative school, three teachers built a curriculum around hands-on learning, restorative justice Talking Circles, and multicultural education, in the hopes that it would re-engage and inspire youth. Drawing on Adult Transformative Learning Theory, the book is an in-depth, qualitative study of the ways the program transformed adult and youth perceptions of trust, connections, schooling and human rights. This new revised edition includes updated research and a chapter exploring the impact of the program on middle school youth.
With ambitions of contributing to public understanding, the students set out to create a collection of online resources about the lynching. As they encounter troubling information and consider how best to present it to others, the students come to better understand the complex ethical ramifications of historical work and to more fully appreciate why their learning matters. Through the stories of these students, their teacher, and an author re-immersed in the town of his own childhood, the book develops an approach to curriculum in which students create products of value beyond the school walls.
Lucas proposes that we see learning in their creation and appreciation of public value. The book will be of particular interest for courses in curriculum studies and in history and social studies education. Glocal Issues in Higher Education English-medium instruction EMI is a complex educational innovation and a prerequisite for active participation in the process of internationalizing academia.
This book draws on a range of theoretical and empirical insights to explore the implications of EMI for stakeholders and describe the measures that should be taken to capitalize on its strengths and respond to its challenges. Using questionnaires, interviews and classroom observation, the authors investigate two academic communities — one that has undertaken instruction in English and one that has not — to weave together teacher and student attitudes, experiences, expectations and needs, along with comparative findings from classroom practice in Croatian and English.
By analysing EMI in a local academic context against the backdrop of the global higher education landscape, this book offers a glocal perspective and opens up new avenues for reflection and action that will be relevant to educational institutions undergoing change. Teaching with Disney Teaching with Disney, the first comprehensive volume on Disney as cultural pedagogy and classroom praxis, explores what it means to teach, learn, and live in a world where many familiar discourses are dominated by The Walt Disney Company.
The book analyzes the ways in which the powerful messages of Disney shape the way we teach and learn.
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Discussion questions are provided for each chapter to help facilitate class discussions and assignments. This is an excellent assignment text for education classrooms. IX, pp. Developing and Assessing Academic and Professional Writing Skills Academic literacy used to be considered a complex set of skills that develop automatically as a by-product of academic socialization.
Since the Bologna Reform with its shorter degree programmes, however, it has been realized that these skills need to be fostered actively. Simultaneously, writing skills development at all levels of education has been faced with the challenge of increasingly multilingual and multicultural groups of pupils and students. This book addresses the questions of how both academic and professional writing skills can be fostered under these conditions and how the development of writing skills can be measured. In the second phase, qualitative data acquired via semi-structured interviews and documentary analysis were collected to further interpret, explain and elaborate the quantitative results in greater depth.
As language teaching has been an often-researched discipline in the teacher motivation literature, this study prompts one to rethink and reflect on the effectiveness of college English curriculum reform and provides implications for current college English teaching and the development of college English teachers.
A Curriculum of Wellness Reconceptualizing Physical Education A Curriculum of Wellness seeks to encourage a deeper discussion about teaching our children how to be healthy and live well. It makes a significant contribution to the field of education as it features influential curriculum concepts nuanced with action research principles in a unified, intimate, and deeply relational inquiry into physical education teacher practice.
This work presents a very practical yet complex and wisdom-guided way to transform teaching practices that follow more holistic understandings of wellness. A new mode of curriculum inquiry, wisdom-guided inquiry, is presented, providing an opportunity to open up a fresh avenue to understand curriculum and become engaged in discussions that concern teaching, learning, and public education.
An outstanding feature of this book is its transdisciplinarity. While the story is situated within physical education discipline, this book has implications for all teachers and teacher educators because it provides insights that encourage us to consider more carefully the subjective insights of teachers and to understand these as central to being and becoming a teacher. A Curriculum of Wellness is essential reading for curriculum and pedagogy scholars, teacher educators, teachers, and other health-related professionals to think differently about curriculum and pedagogy — making it a great option for many related graduate and undergraduate courses.
The Role of Cultural Introspection in College Teaching Going Inward is a pragmatic text for faculty in all disciplines who desire to deepen their reflection on teaching. Through the culturally introspective writings of faculty in a variety of academic disciplines, readers will gain a deeper understanding of faculty cultural influences on college teaching and student learning. This book introduces readers to cultural self-reflection as a powerful tool for insight into how our values and beliefs from our cultural and familial upbringing influence our teaching practice.
X, pp. Complicated Conversation. A Book Series of Curriculum Studies. A Guide for Students and Faculty This guide focuses on the dissertation work as a step-by-step process and details the structure and the content of dissertation chapters. Unique to this edition is its conception of the dissertation in optimistic, realistic, and symbolic terms, which altogether provide theoretical basis and practical advice to students who are beginning their dissertation process.
The guide features the personal accounts of doctoral students who have gone through the experience, which makes this edition stand out among other similar books on the market.
Dissertation is the work of a laborer, a craftsman, and an artist. Long hours of hard labor with our hands and head go into developing ideas, planning, and implementing research projects such as dissertations. But what ultimately drives our academic pursuits and, therefore makes them successful and enjoyable is inspiration that sets our hearts on fire and makes it impossible not to venture on the journey.
The uncharted territories of the dissertation process — life events and happenings — make the path toward the highest academic degree attainment both exciting and challenging. So, why merely survive? Interkulturelles Lernen scheint als Unterrichtsprinzip dabei geeignet, Motivation und Selbstbewusstsein zu steigern. Dieses Buch konzentriert sich auf die Erforschung von integrativen Lehr-Lernprozessen zum Schreiben und Sprechen im interkulturellen Unterricht. Eine detaillierte curriculare Analyse geht einher mit quantitativen und qualitativen Forschungsmethoden.
Graduate Study in the USA Surviving and Succeeding The premise of this book is simple: if the chapter writers could go back in time and talk with themselves when they began their studies, what advice would they give? Each chapter offers this hindsight. The chapters are not personal stories, but useful lessons learned through experience. These lessons are offered to aspiring and current graduate students to help their studies be successful.
Chapters contain contributions from a range of academics and academic-practitioners, from those getting established in their careers to those that are more novice and emergent. Contributors include scholars from many universities throughout the United States, and they cover essential aspects of graduate study, such as writing and publishing, relationships with supervisors, utilizing rejection and critique, and becoming a researcher. Contributors write of studying for higher degrees and coping with family, illness, disability, and distance.
Culture is bridged between Hispanic scholars and their colleagues in mainstream academia, and international students offer advice to those wanting to study at an American university. This book provides indispensable advice that every graduate student can utilize and follows on from the initial, successful publication of Postgraduate Study in Aotearoa New Zealand: Surviving and Succeeding Children by this are taught about the place of color and the importance of staying within pre-determined boundaries and expectations, reinforcing a system where the white background is considered the norm.
To challenge such whitestreaming, this book offers the example of a community that defied and rejected this environment in favor of a culturally-located, bilingual learning model of education based on secure cultural identity, stable positive relationships, and aroha authentic caring and love. The common policy of higher education and research belongs to the most important fields in the process of European integration and to the constitutive elements of the European Union.
The authors analyse the process constituting the framework of higher education and research policy in Poland and Slovenia. The book analyses the political process of transformation within these two member states of the EU and exemplifies their plurality and specificity which are integrated in the genuine European idea of education, science and the research community.
The common theme throughout the volume involves resisting oppressive and hegemonic spaces within paradigms, and hence seeking epistemological liberation. The book concludes with an analysis and commentary, demonstrating how this particular theme, and HPA as a research and writing repertoire, are able to meaningfully respond to the eighth moment of contemporary qualitative research, which calls for a critical and social justice agenda directed at empowerment, equity, liberation, and related issues.
Heightened Performative Autoethnography could be used in upper-level undergraduate classes and graduate courses within the social sciences, humanities, and education, for courses on critical theory, contemporary research methodology, performative studies, narrative writing, and related subjects. Hal Adams was a legendary radical educator who organized writing workshops with people who had been written off during much of their lives, marginalized for reasons of race, gender, class, and caste. Hal detested the carelessness and neglect his students endured and set about building spaces of respect and reparation.
James, Hal based his approach on the conviction that every person is a philosopher, artist, and storyteller, and that only the insights and imaginings of the oppressed can sow seeds of authentic social change. They explore diverse ways this humanizing pedagogy can be applied in a wide range of contexts, and consider its potential to transform students and teachers alike. This is an ideal text for courses in educational foundations, multicultural education, urban studies, sociology of education, English education, social justice education, literacy education, socio-cultural contexts of teaching, adult education, cultural studies, schools and communities, and popular education.
In einem qualitativen Untersuchungsdesign kommen dazu mehrsprachige Grundschulkinder selbst zu Wort. XI, pp. Higher Ed. Questions About the Purpose s of Colleges and Universities. Im Rahmen einer vergleichenden Studie kann sie dabei das Thema des kulturellen Einflusses integrieren und diskutieren. Bildung mit Mehrwert Das noch schemenhafte Gebilde Grundbildung wird in diesem Buch mit all seinen Facetten und unterschiedlichen Erscheinungsformen dargestellt.
Grundbildung hat in den letzten Jahren sehr an Publicity gewonnen. Grundbildung stellt sich bei dieser umfassenden Betrachtung als dynamisch und zweckgebunden, relevant und interessant heraus. Interne Evaluation zwischen bildungspolitischen Vorgaben und individueller Entwicklung der Einzelschule.
Narrative-Based Research for Social Change This book examines the ways in which communicative practices influence the lives of students and faculty with disabilities in higher education. Offering their own experiences as teachers and students, the authors use qualitative research methods, mainly narrative and autoethnography, to highlight the intersections among communication, disability, diversity, and critical communication pedagogy. While embodying and emphasizing these connections, each chapter defines the notion of disability from a different point of view; summarizes the relevant literature; provides suggestions for different ways of improving the experiences of people with disabilities in higher education; promotes social change; and in some cases, promotes policy change.
Overall, the volume promotes more effective, mindful, honest, and caring interaction between able-bodied and disabled individuals. Central to this communist pedagogy is the struggle for Native American sovereignty and for the self-determination of oppressed nations within the U. Pedagogical theory is mobilized to highlight the centrality of seizing state power in the movement for transforming capitalist production relations and bourgeois society into socialist relations and a communist form of society premised on the self-determination of racial, ethnic, and linguistic minorities.
In the process History and Education challenges both the white chauvinism of pure proletarian communists as well as the anti-communism that, for decades, has dominated the Left in general, and the educational Left in particular, especially in the U. The book contributes to the current resurgence in the popularity and appeal of socialism as an achievable and necessary internationalist, solidarity-based alternative to capitalism. XX, pp. Teaching College Students How to Solve RealLife Moral Dilemmas will speak to the sometimes confounding, real-life, moral challenges that quarterlife students actually face each and every day of their lives.
There is no text like it on the market today. These revelations are presented in the context of a third wave new literacies framework.
As an alternative-response to these identities in love, the author presents a new way. Immigration, Motherhood and Parental Involvement is based on the vivid accounts of seven Latina immigrant women of how they learned to navigate the school system in the rural southwest of the United States. Their stories are presented within several contexts, the socio-political conditions of immigration overarching them all. The process of acquiring a new socio-cultural script offers a common frame to the narratives, which illustrate the central role of the community in finding spaces for agency in circumstances of vulnerability.
As a contribution to educational theory, this book explores the official discourse of parental involvement within the broader context of social policy by pointing to a common underlying ideal parent norm across areas of policy related to family and women. It also revisits the concept of parental involvement through contrasting ideologies of motherhood, as it applies the concept of participation parity in everyday institutional interactions as a fundamental measure of social justice.
Der vorliegende Band legt die Ergebnisse des XI. Er widmet sich der Frage, wie die integrierte Nutzung digitaler Medien in kompetenz- und aufgabenorientierten Unterrichtsszenarien gelingen und wie und mit welchen Zielen das Web 2. Zudem wird das Potenzial des Web 2. The third edition of this book analyzes over films distributed throughout the United States over the last 80 years to construct a theory of curriculum in the movies that is grounded in cultural studies and critical pedagogy. The portrayal of teachers in popular motion pictures is based on individual efforts rather than collective action and relies on codes established by stock characters and predictable plots, which precludes meaningful struggle.
These conventions ensure the ultimate outcome of the screen narratives and almost always leave the educational institutions — which represent the larger status quo — intact and dominant. This completely revised and expanded field guide is packed with new innovative ideas on how to implement game-based learning and gamification techniques in everyday teaching. With nearly two dozen more experts than the first edition, this book contains interviews with more than 70 authorities in the field, including academics such as James Paul Gee, Kurt Squire, Mizuko Mimi Ito, Lee Sheldon, Jordan Shapiro, and Mary Flanagan.
Regardless of your teaching discipline or grade level, whether you are new to game-based learning or if you have experience and want to take a deeper dive, this book will engage and reinvigorate the way you teach and how your students learn! VII, p. This book addresses the needs of diverse urban students for a new kind of teacher, classroom learning context, curriculum, and pedagogy in order to effectively learn, perform, and achieve.
Drawing on the African concept of Ubuntu as a fundamental framework for enacting a humanizing pedagogy, the text invites teachers, students, and families to enter into an interdependent and interconnected relationship for education. This book is uniquely transformative as it elevates the centrality of student humanity and models the integration of emergent theories and practices, utilizing real-life stories to enlighten and illuminate. Emphasis is placed on Ubuntu pedagogy as a model to emulate, anchored on five ethical dimensions: humanism and Ubuntu competence, relationship and learning community, humanism in the curriculum, pedagogical and instructional excellence, and collaboration and partnership.
Particularly valuable for teachers learning to cultivate the spirit of Ubuntu that undergirds their ability to be humane, responsive, socially- just, efficacious, and resilient, this book is a cutting-edge resource for effectively addressing the persistent academic achievement of diverse urban students. What We Have Learned from Teachers on Television and in the Movies This unprecedented volume includes 30 essays by teachers and students about the teacher characters who have inspired them. Drawing on film and television texts, the authors explore screen lessons from a variety of perspectives.
Courses that could use this book include Education and Popular Culture, Cultural Foundations, Popular Culture Studies, other media studies and television genre classes. Mobile Learning through Digital Media Literacy proposes media literacy education as a conceptual framework for bridging mobile technologies in teaching and learning. As cell phones have become more advanced and applications more innovative and fitting, candid conversations are taking place as to how technology can be a purposeful tool in the classroom.
Mobile technology already attracts students and encourages text-language development; yet its accessibility affords the potential for more extended use, offering enhancement and flexibility for instructional development. In light of a shared vision of collaboration and growth developing globally within educational circles, this book examines mobile learning as a formal literacy, as a productivity environment for creative growth in and out of the classroom, and as an advancement to social learning through online networks. The book surveys media literacy education — both within the classroom and its extended implications — for concerns of civic participation and data privacy, as more educators and policymakers internationally consider the possibilities of connected classrooms and m-learning on a universal scale.
Hardly surprising, then, that we cannot list all our 60, titles in this catalogue. Consult our website www. ISSN: www. Interne Evaluation zwischen bildungspolitischen Vorgaben und individueller Entwicklung der Einzelschule Eine empirische Studie an beruflichen Schulen. XIV, S. Dillard Black Studies and Critical Thinking is an interdisciplinary series which examines the intellectual traditions of and cultural contributions made by people of African descent throughout the world. Whether it is in literature, art, music, science, or academics, these contributions are vast and far-reaching. As we work to stretch the boundaries of knowledge and understanding of issues critical to the Black experience, this series offers a unique opportunity to study the social, economic, and political forces that have shaped the historic experience of Black America, and that continue to determine our future.
Black Studies and Critical Thinking is positioned at the forefront of research on the Black experience, and is the source for dynamic, innovative, and creative exploration of the most vital issues facing African Americans. ISSN: X www. The publications in the Rethinking Childhood Series have supported this work by challenging the universalization of childhood and introducing reconceptualized, critical spaces from which increased social justice and possibilities are generated for those who are younger.
This newly named Childhood Studies Series in the global 21st century is created to continue this focus on social justice for those who are younger, but also to broaden and further explore conceptualizations of privilege, justice, possibility, responsibility and activism. Along with continued concerns related to social justice, equity, poverty, and diversity, some authors in the Childhood Studies Series will choose to think about, and ask questions like: What does it mean to be a younger human being within such a world?
Can childhood studies, and the diverse forms of representation and practice associated with it, conceptualize and practice a more just world broadly, while avoiding utopian determinisms and continuing to remain critical and multiple? Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, and Praxis Edited by Virginia Stead Globalization is challenging institutions of higher education to re-examine increasingly complex issues of policy development and implementation.
The Education Doctorate Ed. XV, p. XII, S. Denzin and Shirley R. Steinberg This series asks about the purposes of Higher Education. But who decides those parameters? How do they come about? What are the discussions and proposed outcomes of disciplined inquiry? The series welcomes proposals from interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, or transdisciplinary perspectives.
Sadovnik and Susan F. Semel This series explores the history of schools and schooling in the United States and other countries. The series will examine the historical development of schools and educational processes, with special emphasis on issues of educational policy, curriculum and pedagogy, as well as issues relating to race, class, gender, and ethnicity.
Special emphasis will be placed on the lessons to be learned from the past for contemporary educational reform and policy. Although the series will publish books related to education in the broadest societal and cultural context, it especially seeks books on the history of specific schools and on the lives of educational leaders and school founders. Gabel and Scot Danforth Historically, inclusive education developed as a reaction to the exclusion of students of minoritized identity groups marked by race, language, sexual orientation, disability, etc.
Our position in this series is that inclusion can and should be more. It can be understood as embracing and planning for difference, building relationships across difference, teaching and learning that acknowledges and supports difference while also minimizing the use of identity categories as the foundation for arguments about inclusion. In other words, the silos of educational discourse based on identity categories need to be broken down, little by little, to reconceptualize inclusion as just, compassionate, and creative ways of living, teaching, and learning in a complex and diverse world.
Inclusive teaching depends on deeply respectful relationships between teachers, students, and community members. Books in the series must make clear connections between theory and practice. Both are necessary ingredients for inclusion. This series will help teacher educators prepare teachers to be knowledgeable and skillful in teaching all students, regardless of their differences. Intercultural Studies and Foreign Language Learning Edited by Theo Harden and Arnd Witte Learning a foreign language facilitates the most intimate access one can get to the culture and society of another language community.
The process of learning a foreign language always involves intercultural levels of engagement between the languages and cultures concerned. This process is also a long and arduous one which involves an enormous variety of factors. These factors are located on individual, socio-cultural and linguistic planes. They engage in a complex interplay between any elements of these more general planes and the concrete learning process of the learner. The series Intercultural Studies and Foreign Language Learning provides a forum for publishing research in this area.
It publishes monographs, edited collections and volumes of primary material on any aspect of intercultural research. The series is not limited to the field of applied linguistics but also includes relevant research from linguistic anthropology, language learning pedagogy, translation studies and language philosophy. Mehrsprachigkeit durch bilingualen Unterricht? Despite many efforts to take account of such changes, educational institutions largely remain out of touch with the range of new ways of making and sharing meanings that increasingly mediate and shape the lives of the young people they teach and the futures they face.
This series aims to explore some key dimensions of the changes occurring within social practices of literacy and the educational challenges they present, with a view to informing educational practice in helpful ways. It asks what are new literacies, how do they impact on life in schools, homes, communities, workplaces, sites of leisure, and other key settings of human cultural engagement, and what significance do new literacies have for how people learn and how they understand and construct knowledge? Collectively, the works in this series will help to reorient literacy debates and literacy education agendas.
Francis, Rob Freathy, Stephen Parker and Mandy Robbins Debates about religion, education and values are more central to contemporary society than ever before. The challenges posed by the interaction between these different spheres will continue to increase as the effects of globalization and cultural pluralization impact on educational settings. Our radically changed and rapidly changing environment poses critical questions about how we should educate individuals to live in increasingly diverse societies.
Books in this series offer the most recent research, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, on the interface between religion, education and values around the world. Books within the series are subject to peer review and include single and co-authored monographs and edited collections. This series includes books exploring how theory informs sustainable pedagogies for social justice curriculum and instruction, and how research, methodology, and assessment can inform equitable and responsive teaching.
The series provides sustainable models for generating theories, research, practices, and tools for social justice across contexts as a means to leverage the psychological, emotional, and cognitive growth for learners and professionals. It positions social justice as a fundamental aspect of schooling, and prepares readers to advocate for and prevent social justice from becoming marginalized by reform movements in favor of the corporatization and de-professionalization of education.
The over-arching aim is to establish a true field of Social Justice Education that offers theory, knowledge, and resources for those who seek to help all learners succeed. It speaks for, about, and to classroom teachers, administrators, teacher educators, education researchers, students, and other key constituents who are committed to transforming the landscape of schools and communities. The book series Studies in Pedagogy, Andragogy, and Gerontagogy is dedicated to theoretical and empirical research in adult education and continuing training.
It provides a transnational forum which perpetuates the agendas of national and international conferences. It offers also a space for such foundation works which serve the constitution and international comparison of adult education and continuing training. Studies in Vocational and Continuing Education Edited by Philipp Gonon and Anja Heikkinen The aim of this series is to present critical, historical and comparative research in the field of vocational and continuing education and human research development, seen from a pedagogical, organisational, economic and societal perspective.
It discusses the implications of latest research to contemporary reform policies and practices. One central issue reflected in all publications is gender. A basic feature of all volumes is their cross-cultural approach. Studies in vocational and continuing education include monographs, collected papers editions, and proceedings. Looking for a monthly, comprehensive overview of our most recent publications? Then sign up for our monthly electronic New Publications catalogue at www. Want to stay informed about new books published in your fields of interest? Sign up for our free electronic newsletter at www.
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