GUADARRAMA BILINGUE: CURSOS Y CONTENIDOS
Curriculum in the Public Schools: Can Compromise Be Reached? by Charles L.
The author argues that the public schools ought not teach a value system and a world view contrary to the beliefs and values of the children's parents.
Falling Behind: An Interview with Jonathan Kozol by Jonathan Kozol
There is a general sense that society no longer intends to bring black and Hispanic children into the mainstream of society. The public schools today are every bit as segregated as they were in 1964, in the days of Martin Luther King.
Making Schools Work For The Rich And The Poor by Ronald J. Sider
The author argues for large expenditures in public education to remedy the ills of inner-city school. Money should be spent to experiment both with school vouchers and with other reforms.
- The Hopeful Years: Children of the South Bronx by Jonathan Kozol
- The more time the author spends with inner-city children, the less credible and less legitimate large distinctions between them and other children seem.
- DO SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY? (Video) Brilliant!
Gendered Discourses in the Bakery
Policy as Boundary Object: A New Way to Look at Educational Policy Design and Implementation
Gholamreza Emad & Wolff-Michael Roth
Teaching skills: ways to help improve teacher’s effectiveness
The seven secrets behind great teaching
University of Cape Town Press/IDRC 2004
For most of the past century, the spread of mysterious, frightening diseases is something that has occurred mostly in poorer parts of the planet. Now that it is identified as primarily a ‘Third World’, especially African, condition, AIDS has briefly managed to make it to the highest level of political agendas, including the UN Security Council. But all in all, the G8 countries under scrutiny in this book have for decades lived as though immune to at least two of the biblical scourges – famine and pestilence.
Phenomenology as a Research Method, by Madeleine RotheGlobalization, Health and Development: The Right Prescription? 2004
Macroeconomic Policy, Structural Adjustment and Debt Relief 2004
Health and Health Systems 2004
Nutrition, Food Security and Biotechnology 2004
Official Development Assistance 2004
Trade and Market Access 2004
Equity, Health and NEPAD: A Case Study 2004
Promises Kept and Broken, Right or Wrong 2004
References: Part 1. 2004
Appendix 1: G7 and G8 Health-Related Commitments Matrix: 1999–2001 2004
Appendix 2: Data Tables 2004
Appendix 3: NEPAD’s Health Commitments 2004
Writing as research
PM offers full apology on behalf of Canadians for the Indian Residential Schools system
Some Knowledge Capturing Techniques.
- On-Site Observation (Action Protocol)
- Electronic Brainstorming
- Protocol Analysis (Think-Aloud Method)
- Consensus Decision Making
- Repertory Grid
- Nominal Group Technique (NGT)
- Delphi Method
- Concept Mapping
I. The Supreme Power of Nature
III. The Solar System
IV. Across the Divide
V. Flourishment of the Earth
VI. Animal Magnetism
Education and Professional Studies (Brisbane-Logan), Griffith University,
Nathan, 4111, Australia.
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Critical Pedagogy as Community Praxis , by Gregory Martin
Consuming education: a critical discourse analysis of social actors in New Labour’s education policy
From socialist - democratic to “Third Way” politics and rhetoric in Greek education (1997 - 2002)
Neo-liberal education policy approaching the Finnish shoreline?
H.E. Msgr. Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo
Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences
Casina Pio IV
V-00120 Vatican City
Doing less for Britain's allegedly unhappy children might be the best policy, The Economist, Dec 13th 2007
What you have to know about world population, population growth, incidence of malnutrition, forest lost and what not.
Pisa 2006. Results
Science Learning, Canada
Confucius Institute at China Institute
Mandarin for Future Mandarin Teachers
High School Chinese Camp
EDUCATION POLICY ANALYSIS ARCHIVES (EPAA)
The Chronicle of Higher Education
A Resource for Elementary, Middle School, and High School Students
Special Education Needs (2006-2007)
The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames believes that all residents of this borough, along with other users of its services, are entitled to fair and equal access to the full range of its services. It does not tolerate discrimination in any form and actively looks to identify where there is discrimination and to make the necessary changes to stop it.
Aaditya Mattoo, Ileana Cristina Neagu, and Çaglar Özden
The U.S. Geological Survey provides scientific information intended to help educate the public about natural resources, natural hazards, geospatial data, and issues that affect our quality of life. Discover selected online resources, including lessons, data, maps, and more, to support teaching, learning, education (K-12), and university-level inquiry and research
Science & Technology sites, last updated on 2 January 2008
Art For the Sky is a unique, large group, team building activity for schools, special events, festivals and corporations that awakens our ability to see that elusive Big Picture. These magnificent group creations, which only make sense when viewed from high above, are a whole-body way of stimulating our imagination and helping us understand our interconnection with one another and all life. With our "skysight" turned on, we can access our highest creative potential and better solve the problems we face as individuals and as a society.
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