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Mailchimp Or Mail Chump?, Zoe Weinstein 2017 Brandeis University

Mailchimp Or Mail Chump?, Zoe Weinstein

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


Saving Space: Collecting Building-Usage Data To Advocate For Student Space In The Library, Curtis Ferree, Jackie Kremer 2017 Fairfield University

Saving Space: Collecting Building-Usage Data To Advocate For Student Space In The Library, Curtis Ferree, Jackie Kremer

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


For Your Information: Assessing The First Year Info Lit Transition, Maura Keating, Allison Papini 2017 Bryant University

For Your Information: Assessing The First Year Info Lit Transition, Maura Keating, Allison Papini

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


One Lits: Pioneering A Unified Customer Service Program At Mount Holyoke College's Library, Information, And Technology Services, Chrissa Lindahl, Erin Stalberg 2017 Mount Holyoke College

One Lits: Pioneering A Unified Customer Service Program At Mount Holyoke College's Library, Information, And Technology Services, Chrissa Lindahl, Erin Stalberg

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


Enhancing Active Learning: Assessment Of Poll Everywhere In The Classroom, Sarah Clark 2017 University of Manitoba

Enhancing Active Learning: Assessment Of Poll Everywhere In The Classroom, Sarah Clark

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


Tell Us What You Really Really Want: More Soap, Katherine Morley, Debra Berlanstein 2017 Tufts University

Tell Us What You Really Really Want: More Soap, Katherine Morley, Debra Berlanstein

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


Quick Change: Using Immediate Student Feedback To Enhance Research Instruction, Hilary Kraus 2017 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Quick Change: Using Immediate Student Feedback To Enhance Research Instruction, Hilary Kraus

Dartmouth Library October Conference

No abstract provided.


Hacia Un Diseño Curricular En Educación A Distancia. Una Propuesta Desde La Pedagogía Comprensiva Con Propósitos Restauradores, Wilson Arana Palomino PhD (c) 2017 Corporación Universitaria Adventista

Hacia Un Diseño Curricular En Educación A Distancia. Una Propuesta Desde La Pedagogía Comprensiva Con Propósitos Restauradores, Wilson Arana Palomino Phd (C)

Adventist Online Learning Conference / Conferencia de Aprendizaje en Línea

Basado en una investigación sobre el modelo Pedagógico de la Corporación Universitaria Adventista, este taller emerge como una propuesta para consolidar el proyecto "comprensivo y Restaurador" en el aula, a partir de un diseño curricular. Parte de una concepción de currículo desde una cosmovisión adventista y finaliza con métodos evaluativos.

Es una Aplicación de la investigación a el caso de la educación a distancia.


Teaching My Child To Resist In Kindergarten, Christine Ferris 2017 Valley Community Charter School

Teaching My Child To Resist In Kindergarten, Christine Ferris

Occasional Paper Series

Ferris describes how she taught her son to resist in his kindergarten classroom while drawing on her own experiences as an educator. Their experience draws attention to common teaching methods that do not promote socialization or free thinking. This also highlights the issues that can arise when the value system of a school does not align with a family's own beliefs - especially when alternative schools are not a viable option.


Student Resistance And Standardization In Schools, Frank Pignatelli 2017 Bank Street College of Education

Student Resistance And Standardization In Schools, Frank Pignatelli

Occasional Paper Series

A criticism of the current climate of public schools where standardization is key, compliance is rewarded, and resistance is met with lowered status and increased scrutiny. This article asserts that acts of resistance can be crucial opportunities to promote a student’s moral, political, and intellectual development. Civic education, student agency, conflict management, and communities of inquiry are areas that require attention and application in the classroom.


The Power Of More Than One, Jane King 2017 Bank Street College

The Power Of More Than One, Jane King

Occasional Paper Series

Jane King reflects on her experiences as a preschool teacher eager to use methods outside of the norm. She resists activities that encourage homogeneity and strives to promote autonomy and free thinking in her students. After transitioning from teacher to parent, she still uses this philosophy to make small changes in her daughter's classroom and encourage her children to engage in acts of resistance and critical thinking both in and out of school.


The Pleasure Of Resistance: Jouissance And Reconceiving "Misbehavior", Peter Taubman 2017 Brooklyn College

The Pleasure Of Resistance: Jouissance And Reconceiving "Misbehavior", Peter Taubman

Occasional Paper Series

Taubman offers an alternative to resistance theory through Lacanian psychoanalysis and Lacan's concept of jouissance - a term associated with intense pleasure. Through this perspective, it is important to understand why children resist on an individual level. An appreciation of the jouissance in schools would work against the impulse to domesticate, to control or to appropriate the subjectivities of students and children.


Everyday Tactics And The Carnavalesque: New Lenses For Viewing Resistance In Preschool, Joseph Tobin 2017 Arizona State University

Everyday Tactics And The Carnavalesque: New Lenses For Viewing Resistance In Preschool, Joseph Tobin

Occasional Paper Series

Tobin builds upon Steve Schultz's argument that young children’s resisting authority in preschool is a rehearsal or training ground for resisting authority later in life. Using this perspective, this article turns to theories of power and resistance to help us understand everyday events in preschools, and to suggest implications for the choices we make as adults who work with young children.


From Resistance To Rebellion, And Rebellion To Revolution: Notes On Transformation In First Grade, Jenna Laslocky 2017 Bank Street College of Education

From Resistance To Rebellion, And Rebellion To Revolution: Notes On Transformation In First Grade, Jenna Laslocky

Occasional Paper Series

Laslocky, a first grade teacher, reflects on her experiences with child rebellion and resistance throughout a school year and the methods she implemented to handle conflict. Through the rebellious actions of a new student, the dynamic of the classroom was tested. It was only when the children began appreciating differences and making genuine efforts to be kind that a true revolution occurred.


Building Higher Than We Are Tall: The Power Of Narrative Inquiry In The Life Of A Teacher, Stephanie Bevacqua 2017 University of Notre Dame

Building Higher Than We Are Tall: The Power Of Narrative Inquiry In The Life Of A Teacher, Stephanie Bevacqua

Occasional Paper Series

Bevacqua offers two anecdotes from her teaching career that illustrate young children testing the limits of classroom rules and exploring their autonomy and agency. She reflects on her career as a progressive teacher who works to redefine traditional power relations in the classroom by supporting the children’s investigation of community rules and codes of appropriate behavior.


Finding Meaning In The Resistance Of Preschool Children: Critical Theory Takes An Interpretive Look, Steven Schultz 2017 Bank Street College of Education

Finding Meaning In The Resistance Of Preschool Children: Critical Theory Takes An Interpretive Look, Steven Schultz

Occasional Paper Series

Offers an analysis to resistant behavior of preschool children that goes beyond lack of socialization. This interpretation focuses upon the social and cultural meanings of individual and group behaviors. The article is concerned with the acts of the children that run contrary to, or simply outside of, the sanctioned school activities. This is an important vantage from which to analyze preschool resistance because some important behaviors can be identified at the point when they are first likely to occur; when young children, as members of a peer group, first meet figures of authority.


Re-Designing A Practice Test Into A Game, Hung-Tao Chen, Michael Lee 2017 Eastern Kentucky University

Re-Designing A Practice Test Into A Game, Hung-Tao Chen, Michael Lee

EKU Faculty and Staff Scholarship

Practice testing is an effective learning strategy, but it can lead to increased test anxiety and often has low voluntary participation rate. This paper describes a case study on the effects of a re-designed practice test using game-like elements. The results indicate that the gamified practice test had a high student participation rate and showed improved test performance.


Iii International Colloquium Proceedings, International Colloquium 2017 Loyola Marymount University

Iii International Colloquium Proceedings, International Colloquium

Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Languages, Cultures, Identity in School and Society

No abstract provided.


Assessing Logical Fallacies In Persuasion: Using Role-Play To Identify And Critique Solid Reasoning In Public Speaking, Nancy Bressler 2017 Wheeling Jesuit University

Assessing Logical Fallacies In Persuasion: Using Role-Play To Identify And Critique Solid Reasoning In Public Speaking, Nancy Bressler

Discourse: The Journal of the SCASD

Because the development of solid reasoning skills is an instrumental aspect of speech formation, this teaching activity draws connections among the identification of logical fallacies, the recognition of the importance of soundly reasoned arguments, and the reduction of speaker apprehension. Students are asked to design their own humorous skits that exemplify a logical fallacy. This exercise encourages them to consider not only how fallacies can be based on faulty reasoning, but the broader implications of logical fallacies, including speaker credibility, underlying rhetorical uses, and to what extent a lack of speaker motivation can lead to deficient reasoning. Through student collaboration ...


Through Support Of Mothers, Khush Funer Murtaza 2017 Aga Khan University

Through Support Of Mothers, Khush Funer Murtaza

Khush Funer

No abstract provided.


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