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Going Back to the Basics: Demonstrating Care, Connectedness, and a Pedagogy of Relationship in Education

Anthony Owusu-Ansah, Lydia Kyei-Blankson
2016 World Journal of Education  
The paper serves as a call to action to all educators, especially those who teach young adolescents, to find a way back to the basic principles of education.  ...  environments.  ...  to real life.  ... 
doi:10.5430/wje.v6n3p1 fatcat:vezsxberuvgqfdqzseu722j5gm

Let's not go back to 'normal'! lessons from COVID-19 for professionals working in childhood disability

Peter L. Rosenbaum, Mindy Silva, Chantal Camden
2020 Disability and Rehabilitation  
Regardless of the final answers to these issues, we believe that we should not simply "go back to normal"; rather, we should expand the range, nature and locations of our services for children with developmental  ...  of services, how professionals can work together in a virtual world, and what families will want.  ...  Acknowledgments In addition to MS and CC, who created the e-Health Summit, members of the development group included Michelle Wiley (physiotherapist), Shenadoah University; Christine Robenal (physiotherapist  ... 
doi:10.1080/09638288.2020.1862925 pmid:33355010 fatcat:w6hxy5fmorfb7hjuknjmjgp5ci

PamelaStone and MegLovejoyOpting Back In: What Really Happens When Mothers Go Back to WorkUniversity of California Press, 2021, 264 p., $29.95

Ann K. Blanc
2021 Population and Development Review  
The questions of what subpopulations compose the demographic and health patterns leading to heterogeneities on the subnational level are put at center stage in the volume.  ...  Anthropological Demography of Health is a landmark volume that gives a new currency to this debate.  ...  PAMELA STONE and MEG LOVEJOY Opting Back In: What Really Happens When Mothers Go Back to Work University of California Press, 2021, 264 p., $29.95 In 2007, sociologist Pamela Stone published a book entitled  ... 
doi:10.1111/padr.12424 fatcat:ld52cdwv5beerautlz5x5jsg3a

How to connect school mathematics with students' out-of-school knowledge

Cinzia Bonotto
2001 Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik  
into the curriculum elements belonging to the sociocultural environment of the pupils, as a starting point for mathematical activities in the classroom.  ...  Future mathematics teachers should be prepared a) to see mathematics incorporated into real world, b) to investigate mathematical ideas and practices of their pupils, and c) to look for ways to incorporate  ...  The transfer of symbols used in an extra-school context into the school context has thus naturally created a link between real world and mathematics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02655698 fatcat:avrubkdyybalvjhbjq2tipmdsa

Success and failure in school mathematics: effects of instruction and school environment

Kurt Reusser
2000 European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  
The present contribution examines selected research on mathematics learning under a cognitive instructional (didactical) perspective.  ...  One obvious explanantion is that schooling and instruction for low ability children and for children with special needs is often inadequate.  ...  Many students conceptualize and solve mathematical problems in a rather rote manner, without going back to a level where they are trying to understand its mathematical and/or real world meaning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007870070006 pmid:11138901 fatcat:7vdu3lhbsrfqpdfgpa3p3lfuye

Queer spawn on school

Rachel Epstein, Becky Idems, Adinne Schwartz
2013 Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics  
Schools, in particular, are identified as environments where LGBTQidentified youth experience ongoing harassment and bullying. 2 Distressingly, the literature shows that little is done to address homophobic  ...  his article is about the school experiences of young people with LGBTQ parents. 1 Based on 31 interviews with youth, ages 10 -18, the article attempts to summarize what these young people had to say about  ...  or talked about and then they have to go and make this family tree, what do they put?  ... 
doi:10.3384/confero.2001-4562.13v1i21e fatcat:r26skxjblzay7a5vhjfixwhcwu

The End of Law Schools

Ray Worthy Campbell
2014 Social Science Research Network  
In such an environment, students who today may go to law school may in the future go elsewhere. Taking those students and those jobs out of the law school universe will have an obvious impact.  ...  firms came back to schools to teach.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2530051 fatcat:gbxpolst5bacnjo22cwgqasoie

Feeling safe in school∗

Stuart W. Twemlow, Peter Fonagy, Frank C. Sacco
2002 Smith College studies in social work  
The real question is why we don't do it. Driven by the search for the quick fix, our culture has an insatiable appetite for programs that promise such " a fix," and there are plenty of them.  ...  Such programs often deceive people into thinking the task of psychological change is easy; just follow the formula.  ...  in the real world.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00377310209517660 fatcat:xh74r75ye5flbcjubn6oiykcu4

The Small Rural School Principalship: Key Challenges and Cross-School Responses

Karen Starr, Simone White
2008 Journal of Research in Rural Education  
The research exposes a growing culture of creative collaborative responses to the pervasive impediments of leading small rural schools.  ...  school councils: The best idea we've put into practice … is to hire expertise to do some of the difficult and timeconsuming things through our admin bureau.… ideas and goals to provide links between people  ... 
doi:10.18113/p8jrre2305 fatcat:s34qvyijdrbc7mgsytppng4m2m

No Child Left Behind and the Spectacle of Failing Schools: The Mythology of Contemporary School Reform

David A. Granger
2008 Educational Studies  
Drawing principally on the critical semiotics of Roland Barthes' essay, "The World of Wrestling" (1957), it examines the way that this spectacle works to undermine public education and explicates the powerful  ...  As a result, they tend to work against more broad-minded efforts to foster greater understanding and appreciation for the demands and complexities of teaching, as well as the myriad ways in which teachers  ...  The spectators turn their backs to the city.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00131940802117654 fatcat:eai2tclswzcwpemygp6sjetp5a

From Precariousness to Prudence: Eco-Cosmopolitanism as the Fabric for Weaving the Post-COVID World

Nabanita Samanta
2021 Kathmandu School of Law Review  
In a crucial juncture when the whole world has been shattered by the reign of a tiny virus invading the apparently invincible empire of human 'civilization', the plaguing pandemic has brought to the fore  ...  be traced back to the capitalistic system perpetuating the 'homo economicus' aspirations so as to mark the unflinching triumph of the 'Capitalocene'.  ...  But, as it is said that it's a folly to let a crisis go in vain; therefore it is a pressing need for us to harness the potential of this crisis to turn it into a possibility for a different future freed  ... 
doi:10.46985/kslr.v8i1.2127 fatcat:d7kmu3pwxzfwnjjd2ytl5gj4hi

Elementary School Girls and Heteronormativity

Kristen Myers, Laura Raymond
2010 Gender & Society  
In the Girl Project, the authors sought to understand younger girls' interests, skills, and concerns.  ...  The authors contend that heteronormativity is not the product of a comingof-age transformation but instead an everyday part of life, even for very young social actors.  ...  As Hyde and Jaffee (2000, 291) write, "Just as the fish does not know that it lives in a wet environment," so too are we unable to recognize the pervasiveness and effects of heteronormative messages.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0891243209358579 fatcat:hputornabrhkni5m7xszssu6ly

Cyber Victimization: School Experience Of Malaysian Cyberbullied Teenagers

Shireen Simon
2017 Zenodo  
Even years after leaving school, these 8 cyberbullied victims remember how it feels to be bullied in the cyber world.  ...  Cyberbullying is a new age of bullying because it uses the modern digital technology intentionally to hurt and degrade someone in the cyber world.  ...  Since, my school was located in a school district. I turned into a laughing stock. The boy that I fancy put on his media page and called me "complete looser".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1129946 fatcat:qp3vdmyd5nfndp4eh7g2wlsuka

Towards a Transformative Pedagogy for School Libraries 2.0

Marline Asselin, Ray Doiron
2007 School Libraries Worldwide  
As more and more educators face the impact of Web 2.0, and as we see emerging what could be called a Learning 2.0 environment, it becomes urgent to extend teaching to meet the literacy and learning needs  ...  We join others in recognizing the need to critically question long held tenets of school libraries and to create a new research-based vision that will accord with the current economic and social directions  ...  It is time to situate the new literacies of the real world in schools and make school libraries the bridge between in-school and out-of-school literacies.  ... 
doi:10.29173/slw6784 fatcat:nrv5jkvz5bghfepi6hqx6ke63e

Dealing with Culture in Schools: A Small-Step Approach Towards Anti-racism in Finland [chapter]

Mélodine Sommier, Anssi Roiha
2017 Antiracism Education In and Out of Schools  
More and more studies highlight the pervasive use of culture as a substitute for race, urging scholars to explore how and why cultural claims are made relevant (Breidenbach & Nyíri, 2009; Piller, 2011)  ...  This chapter focuses on the Finnish context which is relevant to examine for two main reasons. First, Finnish school system is globally represented as high-quality.  ...  The first category contains issues such as "guiding pupils to perceive the linguistic and cultural richness of the near environment and the world and to motivate pupils to appreciate their own and others  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-56315-2_5 fatcat:isucfcudgzeevn6jrafzmslqem
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