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Feedback, Accountability, And The Standards-Based System, Dannelle D. Stevens Oct 1999

Feedback, Accountability, And The Standards-Based System, Dannelle D. Stevens

Education Faculty Publications and Presentations

The standards-based system provides feedback and accountability, and, more importantly, it challenges educators to re-examine basic assumptions about teaching, learning, and schooling. These assumptions are changing as a result of the standards-based system, and this has positively affected practices in the classroom.


The Difference Frenzy And Matching Buckshot With Buckshot, Gary R. Brown, Mary Wack May 1999

The Difference Frenzy And Matching Buckshot With Buckshot, Gary R. Brown, Mary Wack

Office for Academic Innovation Publications

A critical review of "The Difference Frenzy," a review of research on the effectiveness of distance learning in higher education from the Institute for Higher Education Policy.


Online Collaboration And Implications For Learning And Society, Gary R. Brown, Mary Wack Apr 1999

Online Collaboration And Implications For Learning And Society, Gary R. Brown, Mary Wack

Office for Academic Innovation Publications

A review od current literature related to online learning, collaboration, and its larger impacts for society.


Digital Diploma Mills Or Socratic Gymnasium? The Future Of The University, Gary R. Brown, Mary Wack Mar 1999

Digital Diploma Mills Or Socratic Gymnasium? The Future Of The University, Gary R. Brown, Mary Wack

Office for Academic Innovation Publications

Review of current literature on challenges to traditional higher education, focusing specifically on "Digital diploma mills or Socratic gymansium?" by David Noble.


Critical Multiculturalism And The Globalization Of Capital: Some Implications For A Politics Of Resistance, Ramin Farahmandpur, Peter Mclaren Jan 1999

Critical Multiculturalism And The Globalization Of Capital: Some Implications For A Politics Of Resistance, Ramin Farahmandpur, Peter Mclaren

Educational Leadership and Policy Faculty Publications and Presentations

Despite the historic defeat of Marxism and constant attempts by so-called progressive educators to exorcize any residual Marxist discourse from the literature on multiculturalism, the contradictions of capital playing themselves out in the theater of contemporary social relations are beckoning Marx's spectre to return and further trouble those theories proclaiming that the "end of ideology" is upon us and that all we need to do in order to rescue humanity is to heed the clarion call of diversity. Too often overlooked in the debates over multiculturalism at present engulfing the academy are the myriad ways in which globalization is ...