Parallel Paths To Constructivism

Author: Susan Pass
Editor: IAP
ISBN: 9781593111458
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Susan Pass' book serves as an example of correct and constructive use of cross-cultural synchronic strategy in the study of the history of psychology. This huge study has facilitated the clarification of a multitude of intersecting lines in the life and work of the scholars examined.

Teaching Acting With Practical Aesthetics

Author: Troy Dobosiewicz
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 100045861X
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Teaching Acting with Practical Aesthetics uses constructivist pedagogy to teach acting via Practical Aesthetics, a system of actor training created in the mid-1980s by David Mamet. The book melds the history of Practical Aesthetics, Practical Aesthetics itself, educational theory, and compatible physical work into the educational approach called Praxis to create a comprehensive training guide for the modern actor and theatre instructor. It includes lesson plans, compatible voice and movement exercises, constructivist teaching materials, classroom handouts, and a suggested calendar for Acting courses. Written for Acting instructors at the college and secondary levels, Acting scholars, and professionals looking for a new way to perform, Teaching Acting with Practical Aesthetics offers detailed instructions to help students sharpen their performing skills and excel on stage.

Engaging Students

Author: Dianna Beirne
Editor: R&L Education
ISBN: 1610488016
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It has become increasingly evident while working with in-service and pre-service teachers that educators are seeking meaningful solutions to teaching and learning. Engaging Students: Using the Unit in Comprehensive Lesson Planning provides the solution. Beirne and Velsor have constructed a new method to design, implement, and manage teaching and learning that blends the tenets of Constructivism, Bloom s Taxonomy, and Multiple Intelligence Theory including their updates and revisions. The Unit introduces a systematic method of teaching and learning that assists educators at all levels in the implementation of this comprehensive approach to learning in a natural way. Providing direct instruction to educators in regard to the thorough planning of a unit and lessons with a special focus on objectives and assessments, Engaging Students is comprehensive and incorporates historical perspectives with cutting edge ideals."

K 12 Education Concepts Methodologies Tools And Applications

Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466645032
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Primary and Secondary education is a formative time for young students. Lessons learned before the rigors of higher education help to inform learners’ future successes, and the increasing prevalence of learning tools and technologies can both help and hinder students in their endeavors. K-12 Education: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications investigates the latest advances in online and mobile learning, as well as pedagogies and ontologies influenced by current developments in information and communication technologies, enabling teachers, students, and administrators to make the most of their educational experience. This multivolume work presents all stakeholders in K-12 education with the tools necessary to facilitate the next generation of student-teacher interaction.

Book Review Index

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Every 3rd issue is a quarterly cumulation.

The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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Learning And Instruction

Author: Margaret E. Gredler
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780131591233
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This comprehensive text takes a models approach by presenting separate chapters on individual theorists and perspectives. Within this well-organized structure, Gredler offers meticulouly accurate coverage of contemporary learning theories and their application to educational practice–including issues of readiness, motivation, problem-solving, and the social context for learning. Key content include increased emphases on the contributions of neuroscience and of Vygotsky's work.

Piaget Vygotsky Beyond

Author: Julie Dockrell
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0203360419
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This collection of original contributions by leading researchers celebrates the 1996 centenary of the births of the two most seminal figures in education and developmental psychology - Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky. Research in their footsteps continues worldwide and is growing. What are the implications for the future for this extensive programme? Which of the large body of findings has proved most important to current research? Based around five themes, these original contributions cover educational intervention and teaching, social collaboration and learning, cognitive skills and domains, the measurement of development and the development of modal understanding.

Constructing Undergraduate Psychology Curricula

Author: Joseph A. Mayo
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn
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This instructional resource presents a framework from which to approach undergraduate psychology curricula that permits maximum flexibility in relation to faculty, student, and institutional differences.

The Adolescent

Author: F. Philip Rice
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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"The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and""Culture" offers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting both psychological and sociological viewpoints as well as educational, demographic, and economic data. This text discusses not just one theory on the subject, but many, and outlines the contributions, strengths, and weaknesses of each. The authors also take into consideration current and important topics such as ethnic identity formation, gender issues, the Internet, and the effects of single-parent families. The twelfth edition offers a vibrant treatment of the adolescent that offers current scholarship, as well as an understanding of what it means to be an adolescent today. New To This Edition! New full-color design adds visual interest and better complements the current and engaging content. Expanded epilogue contains coverage of "emerging adulthood," a recently defined stage of life that often follows adolescence in modern 21st century society. More than 750 new references keep students abreast of the most contemporary research and topics in the field, such as sleep deprivation in adolescence and the down-turn in adolescent pregnancy. Thought Questions are now divided into three categories: Personal Reflection, Group Discussion, and Debate Questions. Expanded coverage of cross-cultural issues throughout provides a richer and deeper understanding of adolescence across different cultural groups.

Infancy Childhood

Author: Charlotte Patterson
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities Social
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Infancy and Childhood,brings the research to life through stories. What prompted researcher Virginia Apgar to develop what became the Apgar Test on newborns? Who knew that psychologist Eleanor Gibson' famous "visual cliff" experiment was inspired by her own toddler's experience of hesitation in approaching the edge of the Grand Canyon? These stories help students appreciate the relevance of theory, helping them internalize research-intensive material. Through integrating such stories, this text blends scientific rigor with accessibility. This text covers child development from infancy through pre-adolescence.

Sociologia Internationalis

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The New Spirit In The Cinema

Author: Huntly Carter
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Constitutional Constructivism

Author: James E. Fleming
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Encyclopedia Of 20th Century Architecture

Author: R. Stephen Sennott
Editor: Taylor & Francis US
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For more information including the introduction, a full list of entries and contributors, a generous selection of sample pages and more, visit the Encyclope dia of 20th Century Architecture website. Focusing on architecture from all regions of the world, this three-volume set profiles the twentieth century's vast chronicle of architectural achievements, both within and well beyond the theoretical confines of modernism. Unlike existing works, this encyclopedia examines the complexities of rapidly changing global conditions that have dispersed modern architectural types, movements, styles, and building practices across traditional geographic and cultural boundaries.

Teaching Together

Author: Mary Christenson
Editor: National Council for the Social
ISBN: 9780879860882
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Presents the experiences of college professors and classroom teachers who have engaged in cooperative classroom projects that span the range of social studies disciplines at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The professors reject the concept of the university as an ivory tower and the teachers are committed to incorporating the best principles of education into their classrooms. Each chapter is authored jointly by the classroom teacher and professor engaged in the project and highlights the achievements that resulted from their collaboration, the problems that arose, how they were solved, and what the implications and possibilities are for other educators seeking to engage in similar efforts.

Transnational Actors In Global Governance

Author: Christer Jönsson
Editor: Democracy Beyond the Nation St
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The nature of global governance is changing, as are the standards by which we judge its legitimacy. We are witnessing a gradual and partial shift from inter-state co-operation to more complex forms of governance, involving participation by transnational actors, such as NGOs, party associations, philanthropic foundations and corporations.

American Book Publishing Record

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Art In Japan Today Ii 1970 1983

Author: Norihiro Itō
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Implicit And Explicit Knowledge

Author: Dina Tirosh
Editor: Praeger
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The product of the Sixth Annual International Workshop of the Unit of Human Development and Education, Tel-Aviv University, this volume provides an interdisciplinary perspective of the recent and on-going discussion on implicit and explicit knowledge, reflecting the work and thoughts of a group of c