3 edition of Alternative education found in the catalog.
by National Association of State Directors of Special Education, U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in Alexandria, VA, [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Statement||by Cheryl M. Lange & Sandra J. Sletten ; prepared for Project FORUM.|
|Contributions||Sletten, Sandra J., Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)|
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This book introduces six pedagogues from the German context to an English-speaking audience, and demonstrates their significant contribution to the field of alternative education. First and foremost, the authors emphasise the importance of understanding the history of education, to realise that in. This beautiful Alternative Education Book logo concept is a great fit if you are looking for education logos, school logos, academic logos, or student logos. Customize and download your logo design today.
After reading a book, each student creates a picture book version of the story that would appeal to younger students. The students can then share the picture books with a group of young students. Resume Writing. As a tie-in to your career education program, challenge each student to create a resume for a book character. This is a unique collection of leading examples of education grounded in alternative philosophies and cultures – from initiatives to create more democratic schools, through Quaker, Buddhist, Islamic, Montessori and Steiner/Waldorf schools, to Maori and First Nations education in Canada and Palestinian Jewish schools in Israel.
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The book a Author: Parentcircle. Excellent reference book on alternative education. The book intentionally doesn't explore every alternative out there, but dives deeply into a small selection of approaches that illustrate the many branches of educational alternatives.
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with Montessori education, the predominant form of alternative education around the globe. Waldorf education aims at developing children and adolescents into free, moral and integrated individuals through integrating practical, artistic and intellectual approaches into the teaching of File Size: KB.
In his book, Alternative Universities: Speculative Design for Innovation in Higher Education, David Staley bucks this trend and puts forth an array of alternative forms of higher education.
“The crisis of the university today,” Staley writes, “is a crisis of purpose, a failure to think expansively and imaginatively about the many possible /5(4). Home / Alternative Education Book Studies Many OSDE staff members are working remotely to help contain the spread of COVID Please do not.
These are among the speculative considerations of Alternative Universities: Speculative Design for Innovation in Higher Education (Johns Hopkins University Press).
The author of the book, David J. Staley, sets forth a series of possible models for higher education, not restricting himself to those immediately possible or practical. Book Description. Alternative and flexible education settings may come in different forms, but they generally have in common a focus on young people who have been disengaged from conventional schooling.
One challenge of these settings, therefore, is to change the way education is offered in order to better engage these students. Education - Education - Alternative forms of education: Developments in Internet-based communications and instructional technologies since the late 20th century provide previously unimaginable opportunities for people of all ages to tap the vast stores of world knowledge.
Many of these technologies inevitably bring forth new forms of socialization. The book also consists of a directory of alternative schools in India, including many schools that are tucked away in remote corners of the country. Interestingly, the common thread binding these ‘alternative schools’ is concern for the welfare of the child by teachers who see their work as much more than a job.
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For those who are already licensed foster parents; new training hours requirement will be explained at the timeFile Size: KB. Alternative streams of education have been and remain an important but difficult theme for teachers, parents, policy-makers, and scholars.
By focusing on case studies of six countries (Bolivia, Thailand, Australia, USA, The Netherlands, and Denmark), and by comprehensively analysing these by means of international comparative methodologies, the author approaches Brand: Springer Netherlands.
An examination of the growth and development of alternative schools in American society and their role in the public school environment. In Alternative Schools: A Reference Handbook, educator Brenda Edgerton Conley surveys the emerging alternatives to our conventional educational system--a system that is not only costly, but ineffective for many children.
An Overview of Alternative Education “ there is another more pressing challenge before us that has the potential to damage our ability to compete and succeed in a global economy.
Book Description. Challenging dominant discourses in the field of early childhood education, this book provides an accessible introduction to some of the alternative narratives and diverse perspectives that are increasingly to be heard in this field, as well as discussing the importance of paradigm, politics and ethics.
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A particular alternative education system may appear on the surface to be "the answer," but at another level, it is still just a system. To create alternatives that are truly nurturing for children and integrated with communities, we must be conscious of the values, philosophies, and beliefs behind the systems and within ourselves.
Alternative schooling is offered as an educational reform, offering a new model but rooted in something old. The concept of what children are learning is significant.
Thus, children are encouraged to achieve new and higher standards, but not necessarily the rigid academic standards perceived by mainstream education as being the correct measurement. The issue of "alternative education" and why it is relevant in today’s educational landscape is an international one, and the book draws on contributions from Australia, Indonesia, Korea, Denmark, England, Germany, Scotland and the United States.I think this book fills a much needed gap in the market of diverse and rigorous academic and practitioner research into alternative education and I would recommend it to students, academics and parents interested in learning more about educating differently.” (Alys Mendus, Journal of Unschooling and Alternative Learning, Vol.
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