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xix, 239 pages ; 22 cm
  • 1. Chapter One: Right to Development and Education an Introductory Note 2. Chapter Two: Theoretical Framework and Benefits of Basic Education 3. Chapter Three: Obstacles Affecting Access to Basic Education 4. Chapter Four: Beyond Nomenclature: Special Education or Inclusive Education: Advocating Quality Basic Education 5. Chapter Five: African Perspective of Education: A Catalyst for the Desired Africa of Tomorrow? 6. Chapter Six: Human Right or Human Capital Approach: Walking the Path to Actualization of Access to Basic Education in Africa 7. Chapter Seven: Comparative Analysis of Jurisprudence Governing Basic Education 8. Chapter Eight: The African Human Rights Response to Access to Basic Education 9. Chapter Nine: Repositioning Institutions for Realisation of the Right to Basic Education 10. Chapter 10: Conclusions and Recommendations.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319903347 20180813
This book is about the right to basic education and its impact on development in Africa. It focuses on the elusive subject of litigating the right to education by examining jurisprudence from select African countries and India. The project further analyses the various challenges that impede access to education, with the attendant lack of political will to curb corruption, and calls for the building of strong institutions and the involvement of both state and non-state actors in driving development via education. It also covers the scope for legal practitioners and policy makers, and supports institutional framework in realizing the right to basic education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319903347 20180813
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xiv, 510 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Section 1. Setting the context and development of leadership for special education
  • Section 2. Leadership, policy and school reform
  • Section 3. Collaborative leadership for special education in multicultural contexts
  • Section 4. Instructional leadership and the evaluation of educational outcomes
  • Section 5. Challenges for educational leaders.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xxiv, 493 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xxi, 270 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Artist Statement on the Cover Art [Lisa Boivin (Deninu Kue First Nation)] Series Editor Introduction [Eve Tuck (Unangax) and K. Wayne Yang] Acknowledgements [Linda Tuhiwai Smith (Ngati Awa, Ngati Porou), Eve Tuck (Unangax), and K. Wayne Yang] Introduction to the Edited Volume [By Linda Tuhiwai Smith (Ngati Awa, Ngati Porou), Eve Tuck (Unangax), and K. Wayne Yang] 1. Literacies of Land: Decolonizing Narratives, Storying & Literature [By Sandra Styres (Kanien'keha:ka)] 2. Haa shageinyaa: 'Point your canoe downstream and keep your head up!' [By Naadli Todd Lee Ormiston (Northern Tutchone, Tlingit)] 3. Rez Ponies and Confronting Sacred Junctures in Decolonizing and Indigenous Education [By Kelsey Dayle John (Dinei)] 4. River as lifeblood, River as border: The irreconcilable discrepancies of colonial occupation from/with/on/of the Frontera [By Marissa Munoz (Xicana Tejana)] 5. Indigenous Oceanic Futures: Challenging Settler Colonialisms & Militarization [By Noelani Goodyear-Ka'opua (Kanaka Maoli)] 6. The Ixil University and the Decolonization of Knowledge [By Giovanni Batz (K'iche' Maya)] 7. Decolonizing Indigenous Education in the Postwar City: Native Women's Activism from Southern California to the Motor City [By Kyle T. Mays (Saginaw Chippewa) & Kevin Whalen] 8. Queering Indigenous Education [By Alex Wilson (Opaskwayak Cree Nation) with Marie Laing (Kanyen'keha:ka)] Chapter 9: Colonial Conventions: Institutionalized Research Relationships and Decolonizing Research Ethics [By Madeline Whetung (Nishnaabeg) and Sarah Wakefield] 10. Decolonization for the Masses? Grappling with Indigenous Content Requirements in the Changing Canadian Post-Secondary Environment [By Adam Gaudry (Metis) & Danielle E. Lorenz] 11. E Kore Au e Ngaro, He Kakano i Ruia mai i Rangiatea (I will never be lost, I am a seed sown from Rangiatea): Te Wananga o Raukawa as an Example of Educating for Indigenous futures [By Kim McBreen (Waitaha, Kati Mamoe, Ngai Tahu)] 12. Designing futures of identity: Navigating agenda collisions in Pacific disability [By Catherine Picton and Rasela Tufue-Dolgoy] 13. Decolonizing Education through Transdisciplinary Approaches to Climate Change Education [By Teresa Newberry and Octaviana V. Trujillo (Yaqui)] 14. With roots in the water: Revitalizing Straits Salish Reef Net fishing as education for well-being and sustainability [By Nicholas XEMTOLTW Claxton (Tsawout) & Carmen Rodriguez de France (Kickapoo)] 15. walya asuk i naananiqsakqin: At the Home of our Ancestors: Ancestral Continuity in Indigenous Land-Based Language Immersion [By chuutsqa Layla Rorick (Hesquiaht)] Afterword [By Erin Marie Konsmo (Metis) and Karyn Recollet (Cree)] List of Contributors Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138585867 20180828
Indigenous and decolonizing perspectives on education have long persisted alongside colonial models of education, yet too often have been subsumed within the fields of multiculturalism, critical race theory, and progressive education. Timely and compelling, Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education features research, theory, and dynamic foundational readings for educators and educational researchers who are looking for possibilities beyond the limits of liberal democratic schooling. Featuring original chapters by authors at the forefront of theorizing, practice, research, and activism, this volume helps define and imagine the exciting interstices between Indigenous and decolonizing studies and education. Each chapter forwards Indigenous principles - such as Land as literacy and water as life - that are grounded in place-specific efforts of creating Indigenous universities and schools, community organizing and social movements, trans and Two Spirit practices, refusals of state policies, and land-based and water-based pedagogies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138585867 20180828
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volumes ; 29 cm
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vi, 251 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xvi, 193 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xvi, 253 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Preface: Overview of Chapters and (Un)Structure of Book Candace R. Kuby, Karen Spector, and Jaye Johnson Thiel Cuts Too Small: An Introduction Candace R. Kuby, Karen Spector, and Jaye Johnson Thiel Part 1: Agency Jaye Johnson Thiel, Candace R. Kuby, and Karen Spector Chapter 1. Threads and Fingerprints: Diffractive Writings and Readings of Place Teri Holbrook and Susan Ophelia Cannon Chapter 2. A Thebuwa Hauntology, From Silence to Speech: Reconfiguring Literacy Practices Denise Newfield and Vivienne Bozalek Chapter 3. Careful! There Are Monsters in This Chapter: Posthuman Ethical Considerations in Literacy Practice Jaye Johnson Thiel and Candace R. Kuby Diffracting: The Ungraspable In-Between of Posthuman Literacies Karen Spector and Briana G. Kidd Part 2: Intra-Action and Entanglement Candace R. Kuby, Jaye Johnson Thiel, and Karen Spector Chapter 4. The Untimely Death of a Bird: A Posthuman Tale Christopher M. Schulte Chapter 5. Reading Acts: Books, Activisms, and an Autopoietic Politics Alyssa D. Niccolini Chapter 6. Etienne Souriau and Educational Literacy Research as an Instaurative Event Petra Mikulan Diffracting: Human Limbs, Dead Birds, Active Books, and Bucking Horses: The Work to-be-Made of Literacies in the Present Stephanie Jones Monster Mutation: The First Mutation: Sliding Into Summer Jaye Johnson Thiel Part 3: Subjectivity Karen Spector, Candace R. Kuby, and Jaye Johnson Thiel Chapter 7. Lives, Lines, and Spacetimemattering: An Intra-Active Analysis of a `Once OK' Adult Writer Jon M. Wargo Chapter 8. Collage Pedagogy: Toward a Posthuman Racial Literacy Asilia Franklin-Phipps and Courtney L. Rath Chapter 9. Choosing a Picturebook as Provocation in Teacher Education: The `Posthuman Family' Karin Murris Diffracting: Posthuman Literacies in a Minor Language: Expressions-to-Come Lisa A. Mazzei and Alecia Y. Jackson Monster Mutation The Second Mutation: The Workshop Approach for Reading and Writing Instruction Candace R. Kuby Part 4: Affect Karen Spector, Jaye Johnson Thiel, and Candace R. Kuby Chapter 10. The Posthuman Condition of Ethics in Early Childhood Literacy: Order-in(g) Be(e)ing Literacy Vicki Hargraves Chapter 11. Encountering Waste Landscapes: More-Than-Human Place Literacies in Early Childhood Education Fikile Nxumalo and Jessica Cira Rubin Chapter 12. Abductions Karen Spector and Kelly W. Guyotte Diffracting: Theory That Cats Have About Swift Louseflies: A Distractive Response Pauliina Rautio Monster Mutation: The Third Mutation: An Invitation of Being-With Monsters, Care-fully, Response-ably Jaye Johnson Thiel and Candace R. Kuby.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138094390 20180917
Covering key terms and concepts in the emerging field of posthumanism and literacy education, this volume investigates posthumanism, not as a lofty theory, but as a materialized way of knowing/becoming/doing the world. The contributors explore the ways that posthumanism helps educators better understand how students, families, and communities come to know/become/do literacies with other humans and nonhumans. Illustrative examples show how posthumanist theories are put to work in and out of school spaces as pedagogies and methodologies in literacy education. With contributions from a range of scholars, from emerging to established, and from both U.S. and international settings, the volume covers literacy practices from pre-K to adult literacy across various contexts. Chapter authors not only wrestle with methodological tensions in doing posthumanist research, but also situate it within pedagogies of teaching literacies. Inviting readers to pause, slow down, and consider posthumanist ways of thinking about agency, intra-activity, subjectivity, and affect, this book explores and experiments with new ways of seeing, understanding, and defining literacies, and allows readers to experience and intra-act with the book in ways more traditional (re)presentations do not.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138094390 20180917
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Education Library (Cubberley)
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xvi, 365 pages : illustrations (some color), forms ; 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Education Library (Cubberley)
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ix, 216 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
The vast majority of student-athletes dreaming of athletic stardom won't make it to the pros. Yet, the discipline and skills they've developed while balancing a sport and academics make them ideally suited for satisfying careers elsewhere. In 20 Secrets to Success for NCAA Student-Athletes Who Won't Go Pro, the authors draw on personal experience, interviews, expert opinion, and industry data to provide a game plan for student-athletes through key transitions at each stage of their careers, from high school through college and beyond. Modeled on Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, this book provides a much-needed strategy for achieving career success. Readable and concise, it will be a valuable tool for students, parents, and sports administrators.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780821422953 20180306
Education Library (Cubberley)
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vii, 161 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm
  • CONTENT ACADEMIC FREEDOM FROM WITHOUT AND WITHIN, MICHAEL IGNATIEFF ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND THE TENSION BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AND STATE , JOAN SCOTT The University and the Nation Academic Freedom Public and Private THE THREAT WITHOUT: STATE PRACTICES AND BARRIERS TO ACADEMIC FREEDOM AROUND THE WORLD 3 Ideas on Academic Freedom, Liviu Matei The distinction between academic freedom and university autonomy Academic freedom and institutional autonomy are multidimensional Universities need the state Lessons from CEU and other universities Academic Freedom in the UK, the Indian Subcontinent and Bangladesh, Nirmala Rao Academic Freedom in the UK Academic freedom and the Indian subcontinent Academic Freedom and Universities in Continental Europe, Helga Nowotny Academic Freedom under attack in Turkey , Ayse Kadioglu Between Classical and new Theories of Academic Freedom: Experiences from teaching between New York and Abu Dabi, Catharine R. Stimpson Introduction: The classical and the political definition of academic freedom Academic freedom in the Gulf states: background Experiences at NYU Abu Dabi Conclusions THE THREAT WITHIN: THE STRUGGLE FOR AND AGAINST ACADEMIC FREEDOM WITHIN U.S. UNIVERSITIES The fundamental role of Academic Freedom and free inquiry in US Higher Education, Jonathan R. Cole Academic Freedom and attacks against it in the US from a historical perspective Two fundamental sources of academic freedom in the US Lessons from Middlebury, Allison Stanger Introduction The Middlebury Incident Academic Freedom and Controversial Speech about Campus Governance, Rogers Brubaker Academic freedom in the US and its enemies: a polemic, Leon Botstein TAKING ACCOUNT OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN HUNGARY Key developments in Hungarian higher education, Attila Chikan University autonomy in Hungary in perspective, Istvan Kenesei Historical foundations of academic freedom in Hungary, Katalin Tausz Quality assurance in Hungarian universities and increasing political bias, Valiera Csepe The situation in Hungary from the perspective of private universities, Laszlo Vass FREEDOM AND ITS ENEMIES, OR HOW TO BE A GOOD CITIZEN IN A TANGLED WORD, MARIO VARGAS LLOSA BIBLIOGRAPHY (PRELIMINARY).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789633862339 20180820
Academic freedom-the institutional autonomy of scientific, research and teaching institutions, and the freedom of individual scholars and researchers to pursue controversial research and publish controversial opinions-is a cornerstone of any free society. Today this freedom is under attack from the state in many parts of the world but it is also under question from within academe. Bitter disputes have erupted about whether liberal academic freedoms have degenerated into a form of coercive political correctness. Populist currents of political opinion are questioning the price a society pays for the freedom of its `experts' and professors. This volume summarizes the highlights of the discussions of international experts and political figures who examined the state of academic freedom world-wide at a gathering in the summer of 2017. Topics range widely, from the closing of universities in Turkey and the narrowing space for academic freedom in Hungary, China and Russia, to the controversies about free speech roiling American campuses. The book contains thoughtful historical analysis of the origins of the ideal of academic freedom; eloquent testimony from the front lines of the battle to defend the academy as a free space for controversial thought; as well as analysis of how university autonomy and self-government are endangered by hostile political forces around the world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789633862339 20180820
Education Library (Cubberley)
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ix, 104 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Acknowledgements Chapter 1- An Introduction to the New Majority- Eric Malm Chapter 2- The Pragmatic Mindset of New Majority Students- Ayisha Sereni Chapter 3- Providing Student-Centered Support for Adult Students- Pat Griffin Chapter 4- Fit/Fear/Focus: Developing Learners' Sense of Belonging, Security, and Hope- Marguerite Weber Chapter 5- Technology: Higher Education Disruption and New Majority Learner Access- Paul Walsh Chapter 6- Program and Course Design for the New Majority- Bill Egan Chapter 7- The Financial Dimension: Institutional Readiness for New Majority Learners- Marguerite Weber and Eric Malm Chapter 8- Learning with Others: Working with Others to Build the New Majority Institution- Marguerite Weber, Eric Malm, and Beverley Schneller References About the Editors About the Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781475836042 20171211
Much of higher education was originally designed to meet the needs of full time 18-22 year-old students who enter directly from high school. However, the New Majority of our students are older, likely to swirl among institutions, and have significant adult responsibilities outside of the classroom. Academic Transformation: A Design Approach for the New Majority is a call to transform colleges and universities to meet the academic and student experience needs of New Majority students and for adult educators to become advocates, allies, and resources for needed reforms. Book contributors, including faculty, staff and administrators at public, private and community colleges, provide insights for this transformation. Taking a personalized approach based on a wide range of experiences, the contributors provide a framework for cross-campus conversations and collaborations to help stakeholders across the institution to understand New Majority learners' strengths, needs and challenges within an increasingly competitive educational market. The text begins with a description of New Majority learners, explores enrollment management and student experience considerations, articulates a retention model and adapted high impact practices to support student success, navigates technology considerations, and addresses the impact of academic transformation for New Majority learners on higher education finance.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781475836042 20171211
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xviii, 192 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Contents Foreword vii Preface ix Acknowledgements xi Notes on Contributors xii 1 The Art of Starting a New University: Lessons of Experience 1 Jamil Salmi, Philip G. Altbach, Liz Reisberg and Isak Froumin 2 From Technical School to World-Class Polytechnic: Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne 14 Gerard Escher 3 Building and Sustaining Academic Excellence: The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 33 Tony F. Chan 4 Innovation and the Development of Human Resources in the Gulf: Masdar Institute of Science and Technology 47 Fred Moavenzadeh 5 A World-Class Experiment in Kazakhstan: Nazarbayev University 68 Shigeo Katsu and Aray Saniyazova 6 Olin College of Engineering: Reinventing Engineering Education in the United States 86 Richard K. Miller with Ann-Marie Dorning 7 Building a New Academic Institution: The Singapore University of Technology and Design 103 Thomas L. Magnanti 8 Building Skoltech: A University for Economic Development 128 Edward Crawley 9 The University of Luxembourg: A National Excellence Initiative 152 Franck Leprevost 10 Establishing a World-Class University from Scratch: An Initiator's Perspective 174 Artemy Morozov and Pavel Shchedrovitskiy.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004366084 20180514
During the past several decades, several "highly-resourced, accelerated research universities" have been established around the world to pursue-and achieve-academic and research excellence. These institutions are entirely new, not existing universities that were reconfigured. Accelerated Universities provides case studies of eight such universities and highlights the lessons to be learned from these examples. Each of the cases is written by someone involved with leadership at the early developmental stages of each university, and provides insights that only senior executives can illustrate. Accelerated Universities shows that visionary leadership and generous funding combined with innovative ideas can yield impressive results in a short time. Universities aspiring to recognition among the top tier of global institutions will find this book indispensable. "In the 21st century nations compete intellectually more than ever and heavily invest in the business of ideas. When starting one such program for Russia we studied the experience of startup universities in other countries-both already world-class and those in their nascent stage. This book contains eight such captivating stories of the accelerated buildup of universities, aiming to become drivers of economic diversity and prosperity of their countries." - Viktor Vekselberg, President, Skolkovo Foundation and global entrepreneur "Accelerated Universities provides a unique perspective on the success of eight young, generously-funded universities. This study offers a significant contribution by providing analysis and insight to understand how these institutions achieved international recognition and respect within a relatively short period of time following their creation. This work confirms that there is space on the international landscape for new world-class universities. Guided by exceptional leadership, money and ideas can lead to exciting innovation." - Henry Rosovsky, Geyser University Professor and Dean of Arts and Sciences Emeritus, Harvard University.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004366084 20180514
Education Library (Cubberley)
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218 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • The access crisis and the move toward accountability / Gary Orfield
  • Obama's accountability efforts: a case study in frustration / Gary Orfield
  • State accountability policies: can performance funding be equitable? / Nicholas Hillman and Valerie Crespín-Trujillo
  • Accountability and the key role of minority-serving institutions / Marybeth Gasman, Thai-Huy Nguyen, Andres Castro Samayoa, and Daniel Corral
  • Using institutional accountability measures that serve diverse populations / Sylvia Hurtado, Adriana Ruiz Alvarado, and Kevin Eagan
  • Accountability across the education pipeline: the contribution of unequal high schools on college completion / Stella M. Flores, Toby J. Park, and Dominique J. Baker
  • Making accountability fair to hispanic-serving institutions / Anne-Marie Nuñez and Awilda Rodríguez
  • High-stakes accountability in the context of education deserts / Nicholas Hillman
  • The impact of financial aid limits: a view from a leading HBCU / Willie Kirkland
  • Student debt accountability and its unintended racial consequences / Sara Goldrick-Rab and Jason Houle
  • Accountability and racial fairness to advance civil rights-a way forward / Nicholas Hillman.
In Accountability and Opportunity in Higher Education, leading scholars address the unforeseen impact of accountability standards on students of color and the institutions that disproportionately serve them. The book describes how federal policies can worsen existing racial inequalities in higher education and offers alternative solutions aimed to protect and advance civil rights for low-income and minority students and their colleges. This volume begins with a chapter putting higher education accountability in historical perspective and connecting it to the increasing importance of postsecondary education for upward mobility, coupled with rising barriers to minority student access and success. Based on a series of studies using cutting-edge research methodologies, the contributors suggest new ways to design and evaluate accountability policies that avoid predictable negative consequences. Written against a backdrop of unequal opportunity and racial inequality in preparation for and access to higher education, Accountability and Opportunity in Higher Education arrives at a pivotal time in American education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781682531488 20180430
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xxxiv, 356 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Chapter 1. Leadership for institutional change to promote diversity and success-- Liz Thomas.- Chapter 2. Vertically Segregated Higher Education and the Life Course: Comparing Patterns over 28 Years-- Lesley Andres and Ashley Pullman.- Chapter 3. Supporting Students' Learning: the power of the student-teacher relationship-- Debra Cureton and Phil Gravestock.- Chapter 4. Facilitating the success of students from low SES backgrounds at regional universities through course design, teaching and staff attributes-- Marcia Devlin and Jade McKay.- Chapter 5. A Case Study of Using Developmental Education to both Raise Equity and Maintain Standards-- Michelle Hodara, Di Xu and Julie Petrokubi.- Chapter 6. Vision 20:20 and Indigenous Health Workforce Development: Institutional strategies and initiatives to attract underrepresented students into elite courses-- Elana Curtis, Te Kupenga Hauora Maori.- Chapter 7. Social Inclusion or Social Engineering? The politics and reality of widening access to medicine in the UK-- Kirsty Alexander and Jennifer Cleland.- Chapter 8. University Strategies to Improve the Academic Success of Disadvantaged Students: Three Experiences in Chile-- Oscar Espinoza, Noel McGinn and Luis Eduardo Gonzalez.- Chapter 9. Widening Participation in medicine in the UK-- Paul Garrud and Clare Owen.- Chapter 10. Affirmative actions as an instrument to balance access to superior education in Brazil: The quotas policy-- Rubens Becak and Luis Felipe Cirino.- Chapter 11. The Conundrum of achieving Quality Higher Education in South Africa-- Sadhana Manik and Labby Ramathran.- Chapter 12. Fees regime and widening access in the four UK nations: are no-fees regimes necessarily more socially inclusive?-- Sheila Riddell and Elisabet Weedon.- Chapter 13. High status professions, their related degrees and the social construction of 'quality'.- Erica Southgate, Susan Grimes and Jarrad Cox.- Chapter 14. How can contextualised admissions widen participation?-- Stephen Gorard, Vikki Boliver and Nadia Siddiqui.- Chapter 15. Governmental Supports for Students in Turkey: Beneficiary Perspective on the Use of Financial and Social Support in Higher Education-- Yasar Kondakci, Kadir Beycioglu, Yusuf Ikbal Oldac, Hanife Hilal Senay.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319783154 20180903
Across the world, higher education is witnessing exponential growth in both student participation and types of educational providers. One key phenomenon of this growth is an increase in student diversity: governments are widening access to higher education for students from traditionally underrepresented groups. However, this raises questions about whether this rapid growth may in face compromise academic quality. This book presents case studies of how higher education institutions in diverse countries are maintaining academic excellence while increasing the access and participation of students from historically underrepresented backgrounds. Including case studies spanning four continents, the authors and editors examine whether increasing widening participation positively impacts upon academic quality. This volume will be of interest and value to students and scholars of global higher education, representation and participation in education, and quality in higher education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319783154 20180903
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xii, 283 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • 1, Toward Equity Through Opportunities to Learn-- Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher 2, More Than One Voice: Utilizing Home Languages and Cultural Experiences in Reading Recovery-- Sarah Catto 3, Teaching Grammar While Valuing Language Diversity: Lessons from Urban Classrooms-- Emily Machado, Rebecca Woodard, Andrea Vaughan, And Rick Coppola 4, Multicultural Ell Educators' Perspectives of Sociocultural Dynamics in Adolescent Classrooms-- Nancy Laguna Luque, Earl H. Cheek, Jr., and Evan Ortlieb 5, Scenarios and Suggestions: Literacy Instruction For English Language Learners-- Tess Dussling 6, Rad Dad: A Chicano Man (Re) Constructing Masculinity and Fatherhood Through Zines-- Barbara Guzzetti and Leslie Foley 7, Expanding Novice Teachers' Definitions of Student Diversity to Include Economic Disparities and Lifestyle Differences-- Jacqueline Lee Darvin 8, Greating Lgbtq+ Inclusive Spaces Through Literacy Practice and Social Justice Teaching-- Autumn M. Dodge 9, Accentuating Social and Cultural Connections to Revitalize Literacy Achievement-- Wally Thompson and Debra Coffey 10, Building on Emergent Bilinguals' Funds of Knowledge Using Digital Tools-- Sally Brown 11, Teaching For Global Readiness: A Model For Locally Situated Yet Globally Connected Literacy Instruction-- Shea N. Kerkhoff 12, Utilizing a Rubric to Identify Diversity in Children's Literature-- Jackie Arnold and Mary-Kate Sableski 13, Addressing Diversity Through the Universal Design For Learning Lens-- Jodi Louise Pilgrim and Angela Kris Ward 14, The Fierce Urgency of Now: Cdf Freedom Schools and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy-- Alysia D. Roehrig, Kristal Moore Clemons and Keely Norris.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781787140493 20180122
This book presents recent research related to how issues of diversity are addressed within literacy instruction for K-12 learners. Over the last decade, issues of diversity have promulgated within the field of literacy. Recent revisions to teacher education standards call for new approaches to professional development to ensure that educators are positioned to view and utilize diversity as an advantage within their classrooms and notions of what constitutes diversity are expanding. As the population of learners continues to diversify, literacy teachers must be equipped with knowledge of who their learners are and how to effectively build upon their individual experiences, lifestyles, and ways of seeing the world. A systematic change is needed and this volume is directed at advancing research within the intersectionality between literacy and diversity to contribute towards this important mission. This volume features prominent literacy researchers sharing their evidence-based successes that are founded upon longstanding and newfound theoretical frameworks. It is suitable for both educators in K-12 and university classroom contexts for teachers, administrators, graduate students, and professors alike.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781787140493 20180122
Education Library (Cubberley)
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20 PDFs (xx, 378 pages)
  • Chapter 1. Leadership: in a time when learners take ownership of their learning
  • Chapter 2. Leadership in open and distance learning institutions within the scope of 21st century skills
  • Chapter 3. The virtual CSU: alLeadership model for universities transitioning to online, open, and distance delivery
  • Chapter 4. Open and distance learning administration: the organizational models, cultures, and structure and the barriers and trends in ODL administration
  • Chapter 5. Administrative factors in design and delivery of open and distance learning course materials: within the scope of universal design for instruction
  • Chapter 6. Quality assurance and sccreditation in open and distance learning
  • Chapter 7. A critical investigation of quality assurance in open distance e-learning
  • Chapter 8. National strategies for OER and MOOCs from 2010 to 2020: Canada, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, UK, and USA
  • Chapter 9. Integrating motivational strategies Into massive open online courses (MOOCs): the application and administration of the motivation design model
  • Chapter 10. Reflections on distance higher education in Africa: challenges and opportunities
  • Chapter 11. Administrative-related evaluation for distance education institutions in Turkey
  • Chapter 12. Using Gamification in open and distance learning: management of learning and human resources.
The face of education is constantly being transformed due to rapid changes in technology. It is imperative that leadership trends and techniques be evaluated in the educational field, particularly in reference to alternative learning programs. The Handbook of Research on Administrative Leadership in Open and Distance Learning Programs is a pivotal scholarly resource that discusses emerging issues surrounding the administration of non-traditional education practices. Highlighting relevant topics that include policy development, quality assurance, accreditation, and assessment systems, this publication is an ideal reference source for educators, academicians, graduate students, and researchers that are interested in the progression of open and distance education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781522526452 20171211
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viii, 137 pages ; 25 cm.
  • 1. The problem of citizen formation 2. Setting the scene 3. Individualisation 4. Normalisation 5. Role modelling 6. Recognition 7. Class and gender 8. Non-belonging 9. The Roma 10. Will formation 11. To the end.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815362807 20180730
Adult Education and the Formation of Citizens turns attention towards normative claims about who adults should become through education, and what capacities and skills adults need to develop to become included in society as `full' citizens. Through these debates, adults are construed as not yet citizens, despite already being citizens in a formal sense; this book problematises such regimes of truth and their related notions of the possibilities and impossibilities of adult education and citizenship. Drawing on empirical examples from the two main adult education institutions in Sweden, folk high schools and municipal adult education, it argues that, through current regimes of truth, these institutions become spaces for the re-shaping of the "abnormal" citizen. The book suggests that only certain futures of citizenship and its educational provision are made possible, while other futures are ignored or even made impossible to imagine. Offering a unique focus on critically problematising the role of adult education in relation to the fostering and shaping of citizens, the book addresses the important contemporary challenges of the role of adult education in a time of migration. Adult Education and the Formation of Citizens will be of great interest to academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of adult education, lifelong learning and education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815362807 20180730
Education Library (Cubberley)
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54 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
This report describes the needs of adult students and how colleges could build on their current approaches by tapping partners beyond academe.
Education Library (Cubberley)