For this hope to be fulfilled, the academy must become a more vigorous partner in the search for answers to our most ... Such proposed changes in teaching put academics in front of new challenges in terms of thinking of educational ...
Author: Branković Jelena
The volume offers state-of-the art contributions in the intersection of academic profession, research training and institutional governance. They reflect the profound interest of contemporary researchers in the questions of how the contemporary higher education reforms across Europe affect university governance and especially the roles and functions of academics. The volume includes several contributions from the peripheral and developing higher education systems of Central and South-East Europe; hence, attempting to rebalance the European profile of higher education research and at the same time contribute to the most salient debates in the field. This book confirms, once again, that the higher education research landscape is a diverse and rich one. At the same time, these diverse cases have at least one commonality – the fact that even though they are located in different higher education systems, they address issues that, albeit as a rule context-specific, can be found in all parts of Europe and beyond. Certainly, the local responses to the hereby addressed global challenges represent a mere snapshot of a broader landscape the European higher education dynamics is. Temporary higher education reforms across Europe affect university governance and especially the roles and functions of academics. The volume includes several contributions from the peripheral and developing higher education systems of Central and South-East Europe; hence, attempting to rebalance the European profile of higher education research and at the same time contribute to the most salient debates in the field. This book confirms, once again, that the higher education research landscape is a diverse and rich one. At the same time, these diverse cases have at least one commonality – the fact that even though they are located in different higher education systems, they address issues that, albeit as a rule context-specific, can be found in all parts of Europe and beyond. Certainly, the local responses to the hereby addressed global challenges represent a mere snapshot of a broader landscape the European higher education dynamics is.
Author: National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions (U.S.). ConferencePublish On: 1998
National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions (U.S.). Conference. small - class , single - instructor distant model ( though not in a large , multi - section distant model ) , students ...
Author: National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions (U.S.). Conference
The second group included the responses attributing a profession to its free choice and the opportunity to make your choice within the walls of an educational institution. This group included the responses of 85 respondents.
New Challenges Inoue, Yukiko. education, it is clearly a functional model in these conditions. Micronesian pilot students paralleled the South Pacific islander responses in describing their learning experience by indicating the first ...
Author: Inoue, Yukiko
Publisher: IGI Global
"This book examines current and effective educational practices as well as new challenges involving emerging technologies in increasingly diverse learning environments in higher educationand the impact of the explosion of technology. These challenges are well documented in this collection of essays, case studies, and research reports"--Provided by publisher.
institution no longer knows what is perceived ... the disconfirmation of connections between stimuli and responses so that an individual or organization no longer knows what responses tomake toidentified stimuli ...
Author: Joan Stephenson
Teacher education in a financial crisis – what are the consequences and how can probity be maintained? Education, like most other parts of everyday life, is experiencing the challenges brought about by global financial constrictions. This book presents the experiences and views of practising teacher educators from multiple countries and continents on how the melt-down in world economics has affected and will continue to affect teacher education and concomitant experiences in schooling. The ramifications are seen to extend into every aspect of teacher preparation, continuing staff development and teacher support, and there are significant implications for the quality of teaching and learning, and the ethos and standing of the process of education as a whole. Drawing on educational theory and social, political, and economic discourses, the book addresses issues such as policy, philosophy, organisation, funding, resources, modes of teaching and learning, curricular change, recruitment and retention, amongst others, and provides a snap-shot across diverse contexts. It aims to provide an evaluative, analytical but reflective picture of teacher education in the light of the world economic crisis, whilst exploring good practice and suggesting future strategies to develop the quality of teacher education and professional support, teaching and learning. The volume provides an insight into the need for a new paradigm for teacher education: one that involves teacher educators in devising a discourse of positive and radical change. It will be a valuable resource for teacher educators, educational leaders, policy makers, educational commentators and teachers seeking to engage with the scholarship of teaching as a means to engage in continuous professional development.
The participants' responses were classified according to whether they utilised a computational algorithm, a procedure based on a “fair share” understanding, or knowledge of variation to solve problems related to the mean.
Author: Carmen Batanero
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics-Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education results from the Joint ICMI/IASE Study Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics: Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education. Oriented to analyse the teaching of statistics in school and to recommend improvements in the training of mathematics teachers to encourage success in preparing statistically literate students, the volume provides a picture of the current situation in both the teaching of school statistics and the pre-service education of mathematics teachers. A primary goal of Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics-Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education is to describe the essential elements of statistics, teacher’s professional knowledge and their learning experiences. Moreover, a research agenda that invites new research, while building from current knowledge, is developed. Recommendations about strategies and materials, available to train prospective teachers in university and in-service teachers who have not been adequately prepared, are also accessible to the reader.
The book entitled "Responses to Challenges in Education", has covered many topics such as National System of Education, Philosophical Foundations of Education, Educational Thinkers and their Contributions, Sociological Foundations of ...
Author: Muniyandi Deivam
Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
The book entitled "Responses to Challenges in Education," has covered many topics such as National System of Education, Philosophical Foundations of Education, Educational Thinkers and their Contributions, Sociological Foundations of Education, Social Process, Teacher and Society, Value Education Culture and Education, Issues in Education and Major issues in Education. The Responses to Challenges in Education is a complete text-cum-reference book for teachers, teacher-trainers and student teachers of all pedagogical institutes and colleges of education - India.
Because there is no one right answer, preservice teachers must consider different perspectives and multiple factors to make sense of the problems and identify potential responses. Teacher educators can purposefully collect problems from ...
Author: Heidi L. Hallman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book focuses on English teacher educators’ experiences concerning professionalization and teacher identity. Throughout the book, chapter authors articulate dilemmas that focus around professionalization and teacher identity, questioning what it means to be an English teacher today.
The sample differs from the population, because each group delegates a member to provide feedback via the post-survey. ... Naturally, that a pilot reviled several problems in integration of data expeditions to daily educational practice ...
Author: Michael E. Auer
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book offers the latest research and new perspectives on Interactive Collaborative Learning and Engineering Pedagogy. We are currently witnessing a significant transformation in education, and in order to face today’s real-world challenges, higher education has to find innovative ways to quickly respond to these new needs. Addressing these aspects was the chief aim of the 21st International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL2018), which was held on Kos Island, Greece from September 25 to 28, 2018. Since being founded in 1998, the conference has been devoted to new approaches in learning, with a special focus on collaborative learning. Today the ICL conferences offer a forum for exchanging information on relevant trends and research results, as well as sharing practical experiences in learning and engineering pedagogy. This book includes papers in the fields of: * Collaborative Learning * Computer Aided Language Learning (CALL) * Educational Virtual Environments * Engineering Pedagogy Education * Game based Learning * K-12 and Pre-College Programs * Mobile Learning Environments: Applications It will benefit a broad readership, including policymakers, educators, researchers in pedagogy and learning theory, school teachers, the learning industry, further education lecturers, etc.
responses. of. New. Zealand. educational. leaders. Martin Thrupp 'Investing in Educational Success' (IES) was a policy announced in New Zealand in January 2014. It was announced by John Key, then Prime Minister of New Zealand's ...
Author: Jane Wilkinson
An accelerating pattern in Australia and internationally is the dismantling of public education systems as part of a long-standing trend towards the modernisation, marketisation and privatisation of educational provision. Responsibility for direct delivery of education services has been shifted to contracting and monitoring under the clarion call of school and leadership autonomy and parental choice. Part of this pattern is an increasing blurring of boundaries between the state and private sector, a move from government to new forms of ‘strategic’ governance, and from hierarchy to heterarchy. Challenges for Public Education examines the educational leadership, policy and social justice implications of these trends in Australia and internationally. It maps this movement through early shifts to school-based management in Australia, New Zealand and Sweden and recent moves such as the academies programme in England and charter schools in the United States. It draws on recent studies of a distinct new phase in Australian school reform – the creation of ‘independent public schools’ (IPS) in Western Australia and Queensland – and global policy moves in public education in order to provide a truly international dialogue and debate on these matters. This book moves beyond critique. It innovatively brings together Australian and international perspectives and a rich range of diverse theoretical lenses: practice philosophy, feminism, gender, relational, and postmodernism. As such, it provides a crucial forum for illuminating alternate ways to conceptualise educational leadership, policy and social justice as resources for hope.