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Rewiring the History and Social Studies Classroom: Needs, Frameworks, Dangers, and Proposals

Randy Bass, Roy Rosenzweig
1999 Journal of Education  
" and "nothing less than a new organization of society."  ...  Within five years of Alexander Graham Bell's first display of his telephone at the 1876 Centennial Exposition, Scientific American promised that the new device would bring a greater "kinship of humanity  ...  In the use of new media technologies in culture and history fields, "constructivist" and "constuctionist" approaches provide ways for students to make their work public in new media spaces as part of the  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205749918100304 fatcat:zjralakxfnfztmznrram2pbthu

Writing for social justice: Journalistic strategies for catalyzing agentic engagement among Latinx middle school students through media education

Rachel Guldin, Ed Madison, Ross Anderson
2021 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
The journalistic approach illustrates new ways educators can engage in critical and social justice pedagogy in middle school media education.  ...  This study examines the experiences of 15 Latinx sixth-grade students in Los Angeles who participated in a yearlong journalism-based media literacy program embedded in their social studies classes.  ...  Freire's problem-posing model restores agency to students, recognizing them as sources of knowledge inside and outside the classroom, aligning well with a journalistic approach.  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2021-13-2-6 fatcat:xw6jamno2ncspfws45crza4kha

Piloting journalistic learning in a rural Trump-supportive community: A reverse mentorship approach

Ed Madison
2019 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
This research was supported by donor-funding from Nancy and Dave Petrone, Tara Lynda Guber, and the Anne Wojcicki Foundation.  ...  This study's focus is on a co-facilitation element of the program that places recent journalism school (college) graduates in classrooms to work alongside teachers to enhance media literacy and foster  ...  The term and approach are attributed to former General Electric CEO Jack Welch, who in 1999 recruited a team of young associates to educate 500 of his senior executives, who had limited knowledge of how  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2019-11-3-5 fatcat:3wlea5elizcuvodau7up4yl2em

Issues in promoting Communicative Competence among Malaysian Primary School Students

Siti Hajjar Sheikh Mohd Fazil, Faizah Mohamad Nor, Nurul Alia Abdul Halim
2018 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
This study implied a qualitative approach in which four English language teachers from one selected Sekolah Kebangsaan took part in the case study and the data were collected through classroom observation  ...  Teachers could adapt their teaching techniques and devise classroom activities that cater the students' level of proficiency in order to attract the students' interest in learning the target language.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors are grateful to the Ministry of Higher Education for the Research Grant awarded to fund the FRGS research project entitled "The FEXMELT (Framework for Excellence among Malaysian  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i8/4617 fatcat:cyhm7rr4xjcptmgsqstgfpm5hq

Using Collaborative Writing Tools for Literary Analysis: Twitter, Fan Fiction and The Crucible in the Secondary English Classroom

Jenna McWilliams, Daniel Hickey, Mary Hines, Jennifer Conner, Stephen Bishop
2010 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
the literacy classroom as an ideal site for "teaching for joy and justice."  ...  But for more on this issue, see Morrell (2002) , Moje et al. (2008 ), Peppler & Kafai (2007 ), Gee's (2007) work on video games, learning, and literacy, and Christensen's ( 2009 ) effort to re-imagine  ...  Future work This unit is part of a larger assessment project funded by the MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Initiative; the purpose of this work is to develop new approaches to assessment  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2-3-5 fatcat:i6u3c3mepbdaldai5255p2rd6q

ENGLISH LEARNING MODEL: AN ETHNOGRAPHY STUDY

Maulizan Zainal Abidin, Aceng Rahmat, Zuriyati
2020 GEEJ (Getsempena English Education Journal)  
The learning model is included in the civilization process of the School. It is as a culture aiming at academic achievement, cultivates attitudes, knowledge and skills of students.  ...  The habituation learning model of the pesantren style (Islamic Boarding school) applied by MAS (Islamic Senior High School) Jeumala Amal has successfully increase the school's achievements.  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks are presented to my sponsorship, Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education/LPDP and the BUDI-DN KEMRISTEKDIKTI which funded my study for Doctoral program.  ... 
doi:10.46244/geej.v7i1.1059 fatcat:hibbaznxvfg2rlw46vzjxg5zim

Using a Graphic Novel Project to Engage Indigenous Youth in Critical Literacies

Alexis Brown, Deborah Begoray
2017 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
The purpose of this paper is to present the experiences of Indigenous youth when a critical literacies/Indigenous knowledges (IK) approach was used in a graphic novel creation project.  ...  We conducted research over a six-week period in two alternative high schools in British Columbia. In this paper, we look primarily at research findings from the Indigenous program.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the generous cooperation of students, teachers and Elders who participated in this project.  ... 
doi:10.20360/g2bt17 fatcat:26otpt6f65gwdo7g52da6uztya

A Strategy for Disseminating Elementary Science Curricula

Arlen R. Gullickson, Jerry G. Horn
1976 School Science and Mathematics  
The strategy described, Tactics for Applying Programs in Education (TAPE), an NSF-funded project, involved extensive use of mass media channels for creating awareness of science curricula programs and  ...  Presented is a description of a program developed to provide better dissemination of curricula, particularly for elementary school teachers and principals.  ...  increase utilization of the new curricula in elementary and secondary schools.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1949-8594.1976.tb09923.x fatcat:v5c47cjk3fecncipngcbz3cj6y

Parents' Views of Video Games: Habitus Forms in the Context of Parental Mediation

Henrike Friedrichs, Friederike von Gross, Katharina Herde, Uwe Sander
2015 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
The ability to construct, share, collaborate on and publish new instructional materials marks the beginning of a global revolution in curricula development.  ...  As new online and cellular technologies advance, the implications for the traditional textbook model of curricular instruction are profound.  ...  (with assignments such as "write a letter to your Congressman" or "write a reflection on the role of branding in your food choices.")  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-7-1-7 fatcat:lpry3mcemrcanfbxokdudne4om

EFFECT OF APPLING FLIPPED CLASSROOM ON ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT OF PRIMARY 5 STUDENTS IN COVID-19 SITUATION

Yupha Phumphanit, Anisatur Rohmawati, Wanida Simpol
2021 Journal Universitas Muhammadiyah Gresik Engineering, Social Science, and Health International Conference (UMGESHIC)  
The Flipped Classroom lesson plan for teaching in Covid - 19 situation in semester 1 of Academic year 2021 were used to collect the data from June to October 2021.  ...  management, and 3) examine learning achievement in English of Primary 5 students at Ban Nonkokkha school in Covid-19 situation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To be successfully complete, this research was funded by the project of the Research Grant for New Scholars.  ... 
doi:10.30587/umgeshic.v1i2.3361 fatcat:t4lvb7i3bzfcvjge2y6fpkpz44

Popular Culture in the School Library: Enhancing Literacies Traditional and New

Elizabeth Friese
2007 School Libraries Worldwide  
In an evolving landscape of traditional and new literacies, the roles of the school library and teacher librarian are changing. n order to support instruction in multiple literacies, teacher librarians  ...  The inclusion of popular culture materials in school library collections can support achievement in traditional literacy while facilitating nnection with everyday literacy practices.  ...  In developing the concept of funds of knowledge, Gonzalez and her colleagues, a group of researchers and teachers, took an ethnographic approach into the lives of the students they worked with in an effort  ... 
doi:10.29173/slw6783 fatcat:5onlgmq2knfoplhxrvximhfwb4

Multimodality in Early Childhood Education

Kelsey Crane-Deklerk
2020 International Journal of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education  
Wohlwend (2008) urges educators to keep age-appropriate practices in place, even amid a shift in educational requirements and expectations.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to explore the uses of multimodality within early childhood education classrooms for the purposes of literacy education.  ...  Early childhood education classrooms often require a different approach from classrooms working with older students, that is, approaches that focus on practices that are developmentally appropriate for  ... 
doi:10.14434/ijlcle.v1i0.29481 fatcat:52flmzspajghdo5da7k4ucwfqu

APPLYING OF THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM CONCEPT TO DEVELOP LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGES OF GRADE 4 STUDENTS IN COVID-19 SITUATION

Woravalan Wisitthipong, Yossi Rahmawati, Wanida Simpol
2021 Journal Universitas Muhammadiyah Gresik Engineering, Social Science, and Health International Conference (UMGESHIC)  
The flipped classroom for students in grade 4 had a process efficiency value (E1) of 80.08, the efficiency of the result (E2) of 73.98, efficiency (E1/E2) of 74.28/76.26 high. then the set threshold is  ...  for Grade 4 Students (3) To study the learning achievement of grade 4 students who studied using a flipped classroom learning activity plan in the situation of COVID-19, the researcher used the research  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To be successfully complete, this research was funded by the project of the Research Grant for New Scholars.  ... 
doi:10.30587/umgeshic.v1i2.3362 fatcat:da4ndd5tkjhnlps6vkh3enbl7u

Employing culturally responsive pedagogy to foster literacy learning in schools

Janice Wearmouth, Tatyana Tsyrlina-Spady
2017 Cogent Education  
What largely has been omitted from the literature, however, is discussion of a relevant model of learning to underpin this approach.  ...  In recent years it has become increasingly obvious that, to enable students in schools from an increasingly diverse range of cultural backgrounds to acquire literacy to a standard that will support them  ...  Funds of knowledge for  ... 
doi:10.1080/2331186x.2017.1295824 fatcat:zsvjd74njjbvhl2mymcpm25qwe

Science Teaching Excites Medical Interest: A Teacher Professional Development Program in Mississippi

Andrew Notebaert, Marie Barnard, Edgar Meyer, Erin Dehon, Caroline Compretta, David Allen III, Stephen Stray, Juanyce Taylor, Donna Sullivan, Rob Rockhold
2018 Journal of STEM outreach  
The present description of the STEMI community highlights development, implementation, and initial dissemination of high school learning products utilizing contemporary technological approaches and the  ...  anatomy, and Mississippi K-12 schools that seeks to develop a technologically-enhanced teacher-centered community of health learners.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The STEMI investigators would like to thank the teachers who have participated in the STEMI program.  ... 
doi:10.15695/jstem/v1i1.22 fatcat:madxg7mw6bgfpcervedz7nmyzm
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