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Education Library (Cubberley), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 173 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Acknowledgements List of tables and figures Chapter 1: The social and biological entanglements of learning Chapter 2: When biology and the social meet Chapter 3: Optimizing humans Chapter 4: Being human: brain-body-environment entanglements Chapter 5: Feeling the classroom Chapter 6: Biosocial assemblage: the case of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder Chapter 7: Biosocial learning References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415787109 20180917
In this groundbreaking text, Youdell and Lindley bring together cutting-edge research from the fields of biology and social science to explore the complex interactions between the diverse processes which impact on education and learning. Transforming the way we think about our students, our classrooms, teaching and learning, Biosocial Education draws on advances in genetics and metabolomics, epigenetics, biochemistry and neuroscience, to illustrate how new understandings of how bodies function can and must inform educational theory, policy and everyday pedagogical practices. Offering detailed insight into new findings in these areas and providing a compelling account of both the implications and limits of this new-found knowledge, the text confronts the mechanisms of interaction between multiple biological and social factors, and explores how educators might mobilize these `biosocial' influences to enhance learning and enable each child to attain educational success. By seeking out transdisciplinary and multi-factor answers to the question of how education works and how children learn, this book lays the foundations for a step-change in the way we approach learning. It is an essential read for researchers, teachers and practitioners involved in educational policy and practice at any level.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415787109 20180917
Education Library (Cubberley)
xv, 201 pages ; 26 cm
  • Contents Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1-Learning via the Case Method Chapter 2-Organizational Vision Chapter 3-Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Chapter 4-School, Family, and Community Partnerships, Involvement, and Engagement Chapter 5-School Climate, Culture, and Professional Community Chapter 6- Equity and Opportunity Chapter 7-Improvement, Innovation, and Reform Chapter 8-Ways Forward and Lessons Learned.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138091061 20180903
A Case Study Approach to Educational Leadership takes on six core areas of school leadership-organizational vision; curriculum, instruction, and assessment; school and external community; school climate and culture; equity; and improvement, innovation, and reform. Using a case learning approach, this volume introduces salient theoretical and empirical literature in each core area and provides illustrative cases designed for individual and group analysis. Written for aspiring educational leaders, this book facilitates the discussion and reflection of individual and collective professional judgment and helps developing leaders make sense of the challenges school leaders face today. Special Features: Featured Cases direct readers toward the issues of practice embedded within the theoretical content area Linkage to relevant Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL) standards ground each chapter in the latest guidelines for the field Discussion Questions foster reflection of content and practical applications Leadership Activities and Web-Based Resources support leaders in making further connections to practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138091061 20180903
Education Library (Cubberley)
xix, 199 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • List of Figures The Challenging Learning Story Preface Acknowledgements About the Authors PART I WHAT IS MINDSET? Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Mindsets 1.0. Definition of Mindset 1.1. A Comparison of Fixed and Growth Mindsets 1.2. What Difference Does Mindset Make? 1.3. Mindset Is Not Black and White 1.4. Mueller and Dweck Results 1.5. We Are All a Mix of Mindsets 1.6. A Fixed Mindset Might Be More Common Than We Care to Admit PART II WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF MINDSET? Chapter 2: Growth Mindset Implementation Is Not There (Yet) 2.0. Growth Mindset Effect Size 2.1. Reduced Efficacy 1: Third-hand Knowledge 2.2. Reduced Efficacy 2: Mindset Is Made to Sound Too Easy 2.3. Reduced Efficacy 3: Too Much Performance-Focus, Not Enough Time 2.4. Reduced Efficacy 4: Influences Are Complex 2.5. Reduced Efficacy 5: Mindset Affects Qualities Other Than Achievement 2.6. What Are the Criticisms of Growth Mindset? Chapter 3: When Does Mindset Work Best? 3.0. Goals, Strategies and Expectations 3.1. Mindset Works Best When Goals Are Learning-Orientated 3.2. Mindset Works Best When There Is Challenge 3.3. Mindset Works Best When There Is a Chicken and an Egg! 3.4. Mindset for Lifelong Learning 3.5. Mindset Without Shame PART III HOW DOES MINDSET INTERACT WITH EDUCATION? Chapter 4: Mindset in Education 4.0. Introducing Alisha and Zack 4.1. Alisha and Zack's Backgrounds 4.2. Alisha and Zack Start School 4.3. Alisha and Zack Meet Their Teachers 4.4. Alisha and Zack Discover Their Talents PART IV WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT REALITY? Chapter 5: Do You Have a Growth Mindset Culture? 5.0. What Are We Aiming to Achieve? 5.1. How Much Progress Have We Made So Far? 5.2. Collecting Your Evidence 5.3. What Next? PART V HOW CAN YOU BUILD A GROWTH MINDSET? Chapter 6: Privilege Progress 6.0. The Origins of Intelligence Testing 6.1. Administering Tests the Growth Mindset Way 6.2. Draw Attention to Progress 6.3. Progress-Achievement Quadrants 6.4. Different Forms of Progress 6.5. Your Students Are Already Making Progress Chapter 7: Use the Power of Yet 7.0. The Power of Yet 7.1. The Power of Yetis Chapter 8: Choose Challenge 8.0. Mindset Matters Most When There Is Challenge 8.1. When Students Pick the Easier Path 8.2. Encouraging Students to Choose the Challenging Path 8.3. Mindset Through the Learning Pit Chapter 9: Be Careful with Praise 9.0. Different Types of Praise 9.1. To Praise or Not to Praise? 9.2. Praise and Cheating 9.3. Praise and Self-Efficacy 9.4. Praise, Rewards and Mindset 9.5. When to Praise 9.6. Praise in Practice Chapter 10: Flopped Learning 10.0. Flops Lead to Enhanced Learning 10.1. Flopped Products 10.2. Flopped Feedback 10.3. Flopped Parents 10.4. Effort Is Not Enough 10.5. Resilience and Grit 10.6. Flopped Previews 10.7. Flopped Leading PART VI WHAT NEXT? Chapter 11: Growth Mindset Lessons 11.0. Learning Challenge Lessons 11.1. How Much Can Emily Influence Her Future? 11.2. Was Usain Bolt Born to Be an Olympic Champion? 11.3. Is Challenge Interesting? References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781506376622 20180917
Create the right conditions for a growth mindset to flourish in your school and your students Mindset doesn't matter when things are easy; it is only when faced with challenges that working from a growth mindset influences learning. But what is a `growth mindset'? Why are mindset interventions not working in schools (yet)? What can be done to change this? Challenging Mindset answers key questions about Carol Dweck's theory of Mindset and shares proven strategies for putting mindset theory into practice. A nuanced understanding of mindset is critical for fostering a growth mindset in yourself, your classroom, and your students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781506376622 20180917
Education Library (Cubberley)
xxix, 189 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Series Foreword Book Foreword Preface Introduction: Encountering the Chinese "Wind" and "Body" Aporia as a Starting Point PART ONE: OVERCOMING "EPISTEMICIDE" IN CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL STUDIES 1."Epistemicide" as an Effect of Comparative Paradigms and Globalized Discourses 2. An Archaeological-Historical Mode of Inquiry 3. An Ontological Language-Discourse Perspective PART TWO: PARADIGMATIC UNPACKINGS OF CHINA'S LANGUAGE, KNOWLEDGE, AND EDUCATION 4. Beyond Representation: Yijing Thought and Confucius' Wind-Pedagogy 5. Beyond Conceptual Thinking: Chinese Body-Thinking and Educational Body 6. Beyond Identity vs. Difference Division: A Daoist Teacher-Student (Re)Ordering PART III: REVISITNG MY RESEARCH-LEARNING JOURNEY AS A POST-FOUDNATIONAL CASE STUDY 7. Daoist Onto-Un-Learning Way & Post-foundational Study.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415787543 20180917
With a focus on the role of discourse and language in education, this book examines China's educational reform from an original perspective that avoids mapping on Westernized educational sensibilities to a Chinese environment. Zhao untangles the tradition-modernity division expressed in China's educational language about the body and teacher-student difference. Exploring the historical and cultural implications of the ways China's schooling is talked about and acted upon, Zhao argues that Chinese notion "wind" (feng) is a defining aspect of Chinese teaching and learning. Incorporating Western and Chinese literature, this book explores the language of education, curriculum, and knowledge on a cross-cultural landscape and as cultural inscriptions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415787543 20180917
Education Library (Cubberley)
xviii, 167 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
xvii, 249 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Contents Foreword: Reflections on Research that is Humanizing Maisha T. WinnPreface Ashley N. Gaskew, Jamile Lee-Johnson, and Rachelle Winkle-Wagner Section I The Need for Partnering Critical Theory and Data Analysis in Education Chapter 1 The Missing Link in Data Analysis: An Introduction to the Use of Critical Theory to Guide Data Analysis Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, Ashley Gaskew, and Jamila Lee-Johnson Chapter 2 The Missing Infinite Phil Frances Carspecken Chapter 3 Trouble the Translating: Border Thinking, Indigenous Knowledges, and Undoing Method Nathaniel Beck Chapter 4 De-Norming the Syllabus: An Analysis Situated in Critical and Caring Pedagogies Virginia M. Schwarz Section II Critical Theory and Analysis with Marginalized Populations Section Introduction Keon M. McGuire Chapter 5 Illuminating Systemic Inequality in Educations: Using Bourdieu in Critical Qualitative Data Analysis Tangela Blakely Reavis Chapter 6 "Wanna Be Startnin' Somethin:" Answering the Methodological "Call" To Position Complex Blackness in Conversation with Hermeneutic Phenomenology Steve D. Mobley, Jr. Chapter 7 Thinking with Queer of Color Critique: A Multidimensional Approach to Analyzing and Interpreting Data Reginald A. Blockett Chapter 8 Globalization, Higher Education, and Crisis: A Model for Applying Critical Geography toward Data Analysis Chelsea A. Blackburn Cohen Chapter 9 Context and Materiality: Inclusive Appropriations of New Materialism for Qualitative Analysis Barbara Dennis Section III Critical Theories and Data Analysis in Institutions and Policies Section Introduction Christina W. Yao Chapter 10 A Culture of Values: Rethinking School Quality and Culture through Fanonian Critical Theory Jacqueline M. Forbes Chapter 11 Discourse, Representation, and "Othering": Postcolonial Analysis of Donald Trump's Education Reform Mercy Agyepong Chapter 12 Analyzing Policy Critically: Using Critical Race Theory to Analyze Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, Thandi Sule, and Dina C. Maramba Chapter 13 Habermas and Data Analysis in For-Profit Higher Education Institutions Ashley Gaskew Chapter 14 Sistahs' are Doin' it for themselves: Using Social Media to (Re)Center Black Women's Voices in Educational Research Jamila Lee-Johnson and Lora Henderson Afterword Jamila Lee-Johnson, Ashley Gaskew, and Rachelle Winkle-Wagner Contributor Bios.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138067004 20180917
Critical Theory and Qualitative Data Analysis in Education offers a path-breaking explanation of how critical theories can be used within the analysis of qualitative data to inform research processes, such as data collection, analysis, and interpretation. This contributed volume offers examples of qualitative data analysis techniques and exemplars of empirical studies that employ critical theory concepts in data analysis. By creating a clear and accessible bridge between data analysis and critical social theories, this book helps scholars and researchers effectively translate their research designs and findings to multiple audiences for more equitable outcomes and disruption of historical and contemporary inequality.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138067004 20180917
Education Library (Cubberley)
vii, 179 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
  • Acknowledgements About the authors Overview of the book 1. The nature of creativity 2. The nature of curiosity and imagination 3. The Forest School background 4. Communication in the natural world Part One: Listening and speaking Part Two: Storytelling 5. Creative structures and design in the natural world 6. Movement outdoors 7. Colour, shape, pattern and form in the natural world 8. Music and sound outdoors 9. Conclusion Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138097216 20180828
This accessible guide will inform, prompt and inspire practitioners as they develop their own creativity and seize the rich opportunities offered by outdoor environments to cultivate and encourage the creative skills of the young children in their care. Including information on Forest School, Developing Creativity and Curiosity Outdoors builds on theories of creative learning and development, and offers a wealth of ideas and activities for application in a range of outdoor settings. From designing and building structures, to making music and exploring colour, shape and pattern, this book illustrates how engagement in and with the natural world might extend children's creative development, encouraging them to speak, listen, move freely, play and learn. Case studies demonstrate good practice and each chapter concludes with questions, encouraging the reader to reflect on and develop their own practice. Practical ideas can be adapted for use in more urban environments, and further reading, online resources and lists of suppliers make Developing Creativity and Curiosity Outdoors an essential resource for those looking to maximise the natural curiosity of children. This book will give early years practitioners and students the confidence and knowledge they need to embark on an exciting journey of outdoor discovery with young children.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138097216 20180828
Education Library (Cubberley)
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)
pages cm.
Green Library
xv, 128 pages : illustrations ; 32 cm.
  • 1. Digital Video at School: Theoretical and Practical Considerations in Context 2. Narrating Selves, Teaching Facts, and Taking Critical Stances: Digital Video Projects at Esperanza 3. Child Composers at Work and Play 4. Examining, and Working With, Children's Design Sensibilities 5. Activism and Audience in School Video Projects 6. On the Road Towards Redistributive, Transformative Social Justice Appendix: Data Collection and Analysis Methods.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138103580 20180917
In this book, Jessica Zacher Pandya examines the everyday videomaking practices of students in a dual language, under-resourced school in order to explore the ways children interrogate their worlds, the kinds of identities they craft, and the language and literacy learning practices that emerge from digital video production. Focusing on vulnerable populations who are often left out of innovative in- and out-of-school digital media projects-including English language learners, immigrants, and children with special needs-this book offers an expanded understanding of children's critical digital literacy practices, and shows how videomaking in the regular curriculum affords opportunities for redistributive social justice. Weaving together pedagogical, methodological, social, and political concerns into her examination of a real-world context, Pandya offers a practical and informative analysis of making videos in schools; examines the impact of videomaking on students' language use and agency; and adds significantly to current theorizations of digital and new literacies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138103580 20180917
Education Library (Cubberley)
viii, 111 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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)
xxiv, 493 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)
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
Education Library (Cubberley)
xiii, 148 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • An overview of Lab Class
  • The launch meeting
  • Engaging in Lab Class
  • Consolidation and culmination of Lab Class
  • Lab Class examples
  • Final thoughts
  • Appendix.
Education Library (Cubberley)
xvii, 176 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Preface Chapter 1. Introduction Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 2. Trait Approach Introduction Case Studies Reference Chapter 3. Skills Approach Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 4. Behavioral Approach Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 5. Situational Approach Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 6. Path-Goal Theory Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 7. Leader-Member Exchange Theory Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 8. Transformational Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 9. Authentic Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 10. Servant Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 11. Adaptive Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 12. Followership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 13. Leadership Ethics Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 14. Team Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 15. Gender and Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Chapter 16. Culture and Leadership Introduction Case Studies References Index About the Authors About the Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781544310428 20180828
Each of the 32 case studies in this book include critical thinking questions that encourage students to apply leadership theory and concepts to real-life situations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781544310428 20180828
Education Library (Cubberley)
x, 199 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Meet the Authors Introduction: Dave Baugh and the Power of Mavericks to Save Public Education 1 Mary Ann Miller: Sharing a Passion for Middle-School Science 2 Christina Core and Samantha Hinnant: Changing the Classroom for a Changing World 3 Ignacio Jayo: Authenticity in STEM Education 4 Lee Cousin: Laying the Foundation with Growth Mindset 5 Kelly Ann Johnson: The Power of Mentoring 6 Michelle Martinez: Cross-Curricular Innovation through Forensics 7 Guila Curley: The Power of Teacher-Student Relationships 8 Lauren Zucker and Anthony Quintangeli: Taking Risks in Makerspaces 9 Vanda Fernandes: Integrating Technology with Purpose 10 Faith Cahill: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners 11 Conor Corey: Transforming Khan and the Classroom 12 School Spotlight: Navigating Cultural Challenges at Bridgeport Elementary 13 District Spotlight: Distributed Leadership in Douglas County 14 Shawanna James-Coles: Family Engagement for those at Risk 15 Becoming a Maverick Teacher School: A.J. Juliani's Story and Where to Go from Here Resource Guide to Maverick Teaching.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138480728 20180917
Despite dwindling resources and high-stakes testing, public school teachers all over the country are managing to breathe life, passion, and excitement into their classrooms. In this new book by bestselling author A.J. Juliani and lifelong educator David E. Baugh, you'll meet a diverse group of teachers-Mavericks-who are doing exactly that. You'll hear from teachers across the country and how they are shaking up the norm. Each story includes a powerful vignette and a breakdown of tactics used, so you can bring inspiration and strategies back to your own classroom. Together, these teachers and their stories will show you how to relate and respond to your students' most pressing needs, leaving you feeling reenergized in your role as a change-maker.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138480728 20180917
Education Library (Cubberley)
xvii, 206 pages : illustration (some color) ; 26 cm
  • Chapter 1. Meaningful online learning: Theories, concepts, and strategies
  • Chapter 2. Pedagogical ecology of meaningful online learning: Meaningful online learning design framework
  • Chapter 3. Instructional strategies for meaningful online learning
  • Chapter 4. Technologies to support meaningful online learning
  • Chapter 5. Supportive instructional strategies for meaningful online learning
  • Chapter 6. Dialogic instructional strategies for meaningful online learning
  • Chapter 7. Exploratory instructional strategies for meaningful online learning
  • Chapter 8. Assessing meaningful learning in online settings.
Education Library (Cubberley)
volumes ; 29 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)