It is a positive manifestation of integrated education to have students , as opposed to faculty and administrators , in power and decision - making roles . However , when this leadership structure is transferred to the village context ...
Author: Todd E. Jennings
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
This book explores the variety of ways that theories of integrated education can inform a wide range of educational restructuring efforts.
ED 423 51311 The Spelling Book : Teaching Children How To Spell , Not What To Spell . ED 423 511 Tutoring Children in Reading and ... ED 423 516 Restructuring for Integrative Education : Multiple Perspectives , Multiple Contexts .
According to Jacobs (2016, 301-302), an opportunity is presented for universities to gain an advantage and to create a demand through a major restructuring of work-integrated learning by increasing these offerings within all academic ...
Author: Nirmala Dorasamy
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Governments around the world are committed to enhancing students’ “graduateness”. Work-integrated learning (WIL) is one of the many programmes which Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) can develop to promote this facet of student life. The incorporation of work-integrated learning in curriculum design and development can produce reciprocal benefits for students, workplaces, professions and communities. Any curriculum design and development endeavour relating to WIL requires appropriate resources to support curriculum development. This book serves to explore WIL programmes and experiences for the student, WIL coordinator and supervisor. It further integrates practical, relevant and reflective industry experience within the higher education curriculum to enhance student development. WIL has no uniformly or specific framework or approaches since it is an emerging field and is generally influenced by contextual factors. In view of the diversity in theory and practice and different purposes, whether pragmatic or practical, driving the adoption of one approach over another, this book highlight sthe diverse approaches that encapsulate WIL in South Africa.
See also Colleges ; Universities influence on restructuring , past vs. present , 29 and school choice , 324 and ... See Integrated Learning Systems Immersed model , of curriculum integration , 152 Industrialization , effects of ...
Author: David T. Conley
Publisher: University of Oregon Eric Clearinghouse
In education, the term restructuring is as notable for its ambiguity as for its meaning. This book draws from more than 600 sources across a wide spectrum of perspectives regarding restructuring. It provides a picture of many of the trends and issues in school restructuring and attempts to place these issues into a context that helps explain where schools have come from and where they might be going. The book is designed to help faculties develop their vision of restructuring and their strategies for pursuing the process of restructuring. The book is organized into four major parts. Part 1, "Rationale and Context," presents a historical context within which restructuring can be considered, as well as a summary of the current motivations for and implications of educational restructuring. Part 2, "Changing Roles and Responsibilities," examines the evolution of new roles for essentially all the groups that participate in public education directly or indirectly. The third part, "Dimensions of Restructuring," explores the concepts of incremental and discontinuous change and then discusses current activities in school restructuring along 12 dimensions--learning standards, curriculum, instruction, assessment, learning environment, technology, school-community relationship, teaching and learning time, governance, teacher and principal leadership, personnel structures, and contractual relationships. Part 4, "Process of Restructuring," captures the lessons being learned about the process of restructuring schools and presents examples of strategies and techniques for restructuring. Two figures and subject and author indices are included. (Contains over 600 references.) (Lmi)
The engineering education community is well positioned to foster the breadth expected of graduates. ... We believe these objectives can be successfully achieved through an integrated systems approach to the design, implementation, ...
Author: Carolyn Meyers
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
This report is an integration of the reports, perspectives and concerns from four discussions groups: students, faculty, curricula, and experiential learning. Recommendations include: engineering educ. must encourage multiple thrusts for diversity, engineering educ. needs a new system of faculty rewards and incentives, assessment and evaluation processes must encourage desired expectations for both faculty and students; the changes needed for engineering educ. require comprehensive change across the campus, not just in the engineering college. Illustrated.
Restructuring , for example , starts in very different places . Carnegie focuses on changing the nature of the ' contract between school and teacher . The Coalition focuses on a pedagogical plan . They differ also in that implementation ...
Author: Douglas E. Mitchell
Publisher: Psychology Press
The 1989 Yearbook, commemorates the PEA's first twenty years by concentrating on the changing social, economic, technological and political forces that will shape education politics and policy into the twenty-first century. The Yearbook focuses on the roles to be played by education professionals, local citizen groups, government agencies and business leaders in shaping education policy, responses to racial and ethnic segregation, school restructuring, technology utilisation, and the development of education politics and policy.
Critical Studies in Education and Culture Series Restructuring for Integrative Education : Multiple Perspectives , Multiple Contexts Todd E. Jennings , editor Postmodern Philosophical Critique and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Higher ...
Author: Barry Kanpol
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
This revised edition explores additional steps in becoming a critical pedagogist.
Integrative learning and research is described as a restructuring. The disciplines, theories, contexts, or experiences themselves are understood differently as a result of the integration (Klein, 1990). Interdisciplinary learning ...
Author: Susan R. Komives
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Praise for the Second Edition of The Handbook for Student Leadership Development "This is a must-have book for leadership educators and all student affairs professionals who want to develop impactful leadership programs and the leadership capacity of students. Buy it. Read it. Use it to develop the needed leadership for our collective future." — CYNTHIA CHERREY, vice president for campus life, Princeton University, and president, the International Leadership Association "As we continue to encourage leadership behavior in young people, it is very easy to get lost in a forest of new theories, programs, and definitions. This handbook serves as the compass to guide us, and it grounds the field of student leadership development in principles and best practices. Our challenge is to put this work into action." —PAUL PYRZ, president, LeaderShape " Comprehensive in design and scope, the second edition of The Handbook is a theory and practice resource manual for every leadership educator—inside and outside of the classroom." —LAURA OSTEEN, director, the Center for Leadership and Civic Education, Florida State University " Every college administrator responsible for coordinating student leadership programming should have this book. The Handbook for Student Leadership Development takes the guesswork out of leadership program design, content, and delivery." —AINSLEY CARRY, vice president for student affairs, Auburn University " I recommend without hesitation the Handbook for Student Leadership Development to student affairs professionals who desire to enhance the leadership experiences for all their students as well as teachers who are seeking ways to bolster their students' classroom experiences." — Dr. WILLIAM SMEDICK, director, Leadership Programs and Assessment, Office of the Dean of Student Life, and lecturer, Center for Leadership Education, Johns Hopkins University
This book brings together the literature in a field which may define the 21st century. Can economic and technological progress continue with educational systems which seem to answer to no one but themselves and which output graduates who can barely read and write and who have only the faintest clue how to use a map? This bibliography provides access via Title, Author and Subject Indexes. Contents: Educational Accountability; Educational Change; Educational Equalisation; Educational Leadership; Educational Planning; Educational Indicates.
THIS chapter discusses (1) advantages of an integrated approach to change and restructuring; (2) potential for systemic, long-term, positive change; and (3) projecting the future of Educational Quality Management (EQM) in schools.
Author: Jerry Herman
Publisher: R&L Education
A useful road map to help implement the quality concept in the educational environment...The authors do an excellent job of unifying the concepts of TQM, effective schools, OBE, and shared decision making.