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Why critical pedagogy and popular education matter today By Joyce Canaan
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Few today doubt that English Higher Education (HE), like the wider world in which it is located, is in crisis. This is, in part, an economic crisis, as the government response to the current... More > recession seems to be that of introducing the kind of neoliberal ‘shock doctrine’ (Klein 2007) or ‘shock therapy’ (Harvey 2005) that previously resulted in swingeing cuts in public services in Southern nations. Our aim in producing this volume is that these contributions help develop a collective response to the seeming limits of these conditions. We view the strength of these contributions in part as providing palpable evidence of how we and our colleagues are acting with critical hope under current conditions so that we might encourage others to work with us to build, together, more progressive formal and informal education systems that address and seek to redress multiple injustices of the world today.< Less
Declamant Chartae: Critical Thinking and Academic Writing in the Liberal Arts Pedagogy By David Chen
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The academic method of thought and writing as seen through compiled undergraduate essays and notes
#CRITICAL TRANSMEDIA 8. SHORT TERM MEMORY By PHILLIP BALDWIN
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#critical transmedia 8 This is a 8th book in the series of a critical take on our use of telematics and technology in general. From smart phones to laptops and mobile computing we examine 'what... More > this is doing to us'. In a largely technocratic culture are we driven to improve our lives, or further enslave ourselves to some hive mind as a 'means of making horizontal' in the face of a 'dissipated plutocracy'. Do we live in 'the Shallows' because of the fundamental hard wired physiology of short term to long term memory? This is a quarterly journal that reflects upon daily uses of these thing. from Korea to Chile. where we can see a method of reflection deep enough to halt future dystopic uses of 'these gadgets'. This is a book that looks at gadgets. It is a book written over the period of three months while lecturing on the themes within 'Monkey King', Poems of Rumi, and work within Conception, Chile with Mapuche bird talking shaman.< Less
Rethinking Negotiation Teaching By Christopher Honeyman, James Coben, Giuseppe De Palo
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In May 2008, more than 50 of the world’s leading negotiation scholars and trainers gathered in Rome, Italy to embark on a multi-year effort to develop “second generation” global... More > negotiation education. The participants’ post-conference writings – the 22 chapters contained in RETHINKING NEGOTIATION TEACHING –critically examine what is currently taught in executive style negotiation courses and how we teach it, with special emphasis on how best to “translate” teaching methodology to succeed with diverse, global audiences. Collectively, the chapters provide a blueprint for designing courses to take account of the most recent discoveries in the growing, multi-disciplinary science of negotiation and confronting the challenges of teaching negotiation in cross-cultural settings.< Less
Composition 2.0: Rethinking Web Literacy for the Twenty-First Century Classroom By Matthew Morain
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College composition instructors today face incoming students who are, by and large, addicted consumers of technology. However, instructors often conflate frequent use with rhetorical faculties,... More > assuming students are already more than capable members of the social writing public of Web 2.0. With a new Web and a new student body comes the need for a new pedagogy of Web literacy, one that recognizes a fundamental difference between functional, critical, and rhetorical levels of knowledge and production of writing online. This book introduces a revised theoretical framework for addressing this intersection and offers well-grounded, practical approaches for integrating Web literacy in the twenty-first century composition classroom.< Less
Composition 2.0: Rethinking Web Literacy for the Twenty-First Century Classroom By Matthew Morain
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College composition instructors today face incoming students who are, by and large, addicted consumers of technology. However, instructors often conflate frequent use with rhetorical faculties,... More > assuming students are already more than capable members of the social writing public of Web 2.0. With a new Web and a new student body comes the need for a new pedagogy of Web literacy, one that recognizes a fundamental difference between functional, critical, and rhetorical levels of knowledge and production of writing online. This book introduces a revised theoretical framework for addressing this intersection and offers well-grounded, practical approaches for integrating Web literacy in the twenty-first century composition classroom.< Less
Dark Side of India's Education By Trilok Kumar Jain
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Everyone agrees that Education needs reforms. A critical appraisal is required so that required progress can be achieved. This book is a critical appraisal of Indian Education System and written with... More > a positive attitude that this appraisal will help the policy makers and planners in preparing a better education system. The author has tried to identify those weaknesses which have been ignored by the policy makers.< Less
The Alternative: A Teacher's Story and Commentary By Galen Leonhardy
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In terms of audience, this work can be read by most anyone interested in the realities of teaching, though it is mostly within the scope of English education. Special education teachers, educational... More > administrators, critical theorists, and those studying alternative schools and rural education might find interest in the narrative as well as the subsequent contemplations on the practice of teaching. Beyond being an artifact, a documentary of a time and place and perspective, this text is, ultimately, a source for future teachers, who might be encouraged to establish a reflective, process-oriented theory of teaching and a deepened sense of professionalism through critique of the thoughts and actions presented.< Less
Glue Language 2.0 By Jenwei Kuo
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Glue Language is as critically important as the textbook for teaching a second language. The elements in Glue Language (“glue drops”) are the supportive filler words, phrases, and... More > sentences required to “glue” the main teaching topics together in target language during a textbook lesson. These glue drops are essential in an immersion class, exposing students to vital words, phrases, and sentences far before they are addressed in a textbook. Glue Language thus supplies the “missing link” in second language learning and teaching. Additionally, the students are also enabled to assume the teacher’s role in teaching the Glue Language. Moreover, the scope of Student-Centered Learning may further be extended into textbook learning. Thus, Glue Language is the enabling tool for creating an immersion environment and for developing a winning Student-Centered immersion curriculum.< Less
Bachelor's, Volume One: THEE By Jody D. Stone
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“This Work clearly demonstrates a psychonaut in the making. Though the student is obviously a student, it is difficult not to see Jody’s deep understanding of this critical and... More > controversial topic swimming below the surface of his words. If this were not enough, Professor Ann Stanton’s guidance is pedagogy at its finest”. Bohdi F. Faust Earthside Publishing< Less