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Learning Conversations in Museums

by Gaea Leinhardt, Kevin Crowley & Karen Knutson

What do people learn from visiting museums and how do they learn it? The editors approach this question by focusing on conversations as both the process and the outcome of museum learning. People do not come...


The Bilingual Mental Lexicon: Interdisciplinary Approaches

by Aneta Pavlenko

How are words organized in the bilingual mind? How are they linked to concepts? How do bi- and multilinguals process words in their multiple languages? The first aim of this volume is to offer up-to-date answers...


Dyslexia and Physical Education

by Madeleine Portwood

Much research has focused on dyslexia and co-ordination. This book examines the literature and provides a framework to support pupils with dyslexia, not only during PE lessons but in less structured environments,...


Strengthening the Connection Between School & Home

by Ricardo LeBlanc-Esparza & Kym LeBlanc-Esparza

Examine the pivotal role family engagement plays in student achievement, and explore in depth the process of creating and implementing a family-engagement plan. This research-based guide includes many specific...


Learning and Mobilising for Community Development: A Radical Tradition of Community-Based Education and Training

by Peter Westoby & Lynda Shevellar

Learning and Mobilising for Community Development introduces the reader to different ways of thinking about, and organising community-based education and training within different settings. Stories from the...


Constructivism in Education

by Leslie P. Steffe & Jerry Gale

Unique in offering a multidisciplinary perspective on key issues of alternative epistemologies in education, this collection includes contributions from scholars in family therapy, epistemology, and mathematics,...


Power in the Classroom: Communication, Control, and Concern

by Virginia P. Richmond & James C. McCroskey

In the belief that power is something that is negotiated by participants in the instructional process and with the goal of understanding how communication and power interact, this book looks at power and instruction...


Learner-Directed Assessment in ESL

by Glayol V. Ekbatani & Herbert D. Pierson

This text integrates the theory and practice of learner-based assessment. Written in response to two recent movements in language teaching--learner-centered teaching and a renewed interest in authenticity in...


Learning to Teach in an Age of Accountability

by Arthur T. Costigan, Karen Kepler Zumwalt & Margaret Smith Crocco

This book documents the "brave new world" of teacher, administrator, school, and student accountability that has swept across the United States in recent years. Its particular vantage point is the perspective...


Intentional Conceptual Change

by Gale M. Sinatra & Paul R. Pintrich

This volume brings together a distinguished, international list of scholars to explore the role of the learner's intention in knowledge change. Traditional views of knowledge reconstruction placed the impetus...


Self-Evaluation: What's in It for Schools?

by John MacBeath & Archie Mcglynn

Self-evaluation in schools sits at the top of the national agenda in response to an awareness that performance tables and inspector's reports can only tell a partial story. Schools are now encouraged to raise...


Your Child's Special Needs: A Survival Handbook for Parents and Teachers

by Ph.D., Lawrence J. Greene

This book is a survival handbook for parents of children with learning disabilities. Learn how to recognize symptoms and develop strategies to ensure your child's optimal educational success. Give your children...


Feminist Critique of Education: Fifteen Years of Gender Development

by Christine Skelton & Becky Francis

This book provides a valuable route map to the development of thinking in gender and education over the last fifteen years. It includes over thirty-five seminal articles from the journal Gender and Education...


Exploring Feelings: Activities for Young Children

by ED.D, Susan B. Neuman

We all want our children to grow into healthy, self-confident, secure adults. "Exploring Feelings" is just the resource you need to help make it happen. This truly unique and invaluable activity book is the...


Policy Discourses, Gender, and Education: Constructing Women's Status

by Elizabeth J. Allan

Despite over thirty years of activism and legislation to eliminate discrimination, parity has yet to be achieved for women in academe. This book describes policy discourse analysis as a framework for considering...


Police Education and Training in a Global Society

by Dilip K. Das & Peter C. Kratcoski

Police officers working in the 21st century must not only possess vast technical knowledge, but also be able to respond with logic and reason when under pressure. Producing a highly professional police officer...


The Art and Politics of Academic Governance: Relations among Boards, Presidents, and Faculty

by Kenneth P. Mortimer & Colleen O'Brien Sathre

Using case studies and relevant literature, this book illustrates the challenges to legitimate, shared-governance domains when the routine of the academy is forced to deal with big issues, often brought on by...


Schools That Succeed, Students Who Achieve: Profiles of Programs Helping All Students to Learn

by James Deneen

This book addresses the problems and recommends solutions to improving K-12 schools by examining the context for U.S. schooling, and the ways some schools are improving their teaching and learning.


Strengths and Challenges of New Immigrant Families: Implications for Research, Education, Policy, and Service

by Rochelle L. Dalla, John Defrain & Julie M. Johnson

This book is comprised of nineteen chapters written by scholars with expertise on immigrant families representing every corner of the globe_from Africa and India to Europe and Central America. It provides a...


Leaders in the Labyrinth: College Presidents and the Battlegrounds of Creeds and Convictions

by Stephen J. Nelson

This book sheds light on how presidents conduct the influence and power of their office, especially in the use of their pulpits, how they navigate issues of political correctness, and how they hold the center...