By Marius R. Busemeyer
By Marius R. Busemeyer
By Christopher G. Robbins
Expelling wish increases severe questions on the consequences of punitive guidelines, quite “zero tolerance,” and repressive social relationships on early life (of colour) and public education. It argues convincingly that 0 tolerance is a catchword, or linchpin, for an array of discourses and social practices that aid the criminalization of sweet sixteen, the militarization of public education and tradition, and the marketization of public existence. Politically impassioned and intellectually rigorous, the publication offers the framework for another imaginative and prescient of sweet sixteen and education, one rooted in desire that demands early life to be taken care of as brokers of a democratic future.
“…a robust addition to the severe dialogue approximately public schooling and what it will really suggest to depart no baby behind.” — CHOICE
“When ‘zero tolerance’ changed ‘teaching tolerance’ because the dominant paradigm for children’s lives and public schooling, society unleashed not anything lower than a low-grade, chronic warfare on youth—and on our universal destiny. young children in colleges locate themselves locked out and locked in, searched and surveilled, excluded and banished, gadgets of a militarized social order. Christopher Robbins has written a super and incisive account of the ravaging of desire in the course of the criminalization of youngster, punishing children via depriving them of an schooling. A needs to learn to work out how we came, who's served, and the way to resist.” — Bernardine Dohrn, coeditor of 0 Tolerance: Resisting the force for Punishment in our faculties: A guide for fogeys, scholars, Educators, and Citizens
“The writer makes very important new hyperlinks among the phenomenon of 0 tolerance and the scholarship on militarism, neoliberalism, and democratic politics.” — Kenneth J. Saltman, coeditor of schooling as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools
Christopher G. Robbins is Assistant Professor of Social Foundations at jap Michigan college and the editor of The Giroux Reader.
By Jack Jennings,Michael J. Feuer
By Natalie Mehringer
By Professor Ellen Hazelkorn
By Richard Van Heertum,T. Kashani,A. Nocella,B. Frymer,Lawrence Grossberg
By Rosalind Latiner Raby,Edward J. Valeau
Increasingly, scholars all over the world are searching for post-secondary schooling to obtain new skill-sets and credentials. there's an explosion of neighborhood collage versions that supply academic possibilities and replacement pathways for college kids who don't healthy the normal larger academic profile.
This booklet makes a speciality of fiscal types to aid neighborhood and nationwide economies improve powerful crew education, humanitarian types to lead to social mobility and peace, transformative types to assist associations extend and stay alongside of societal wishes, and newly created types that reply to the academic and coaching wishes of a regularly altering global. those versions search to seize the mind's eye of these who're devoted to studying approximately what works in better schooling and particularly, the impression neighborhood collage types are having at the altering nature of global social, political and monetary landscapes.
With members representing 30 international locations, this e-book provides a world perspective.
By Allen Salowe,Leon Lessinger
By Bill Atweh,Stephen Kemmis,Patricia Weeks
By Rosemary Luckin
What can we suggest through the observe ‘context’ in schooling and the way does our context impact the way in which that we learn?
What position can expertise play in improving studying and what's the way forward for know-how inside of learning?
Re-Designing studying Contexts seeks to re-dress the inability of awareness that has frequently been paid to a learner’s wider context and proposes a version to aid educators and technologists advance extra efficient studying contexts. It defines context because the interactions among the learner and a suite of inter-related source components that aren't tied to a actual or digital situation. Context is whatever that belongs to anyone and that's created via their interactions on the planet.
Based on unique, empirical examine, the publication considers the intersection among studying, context and expertise, and explores:
This interdisciplinary research attracts on a number of disciplines, together with geography, anthropology, psychology, schooling and computing, to enquire the dynamics and strength of teacher-learner interplay inside a studying continuum, and throughout a number of destinations. it will likely be of curiosity to these educating, getting to know and wondering using expertise in studying and pedagogy, in addition to these interested by constructing expertise for schooling and people who use it of their personal teaching.
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