"The Process of Coming Back into the World": An American Indian Movement (A.I.M.) Activist Advocates
In 1968, young urban-based American Indians in Minnesota formed the American Indian Movement (AIM) to fight mistreatment by police and to improve prospects for jobs, education, and housing. In 1972, AIM initiated "The Trail of Broken Treaties," and a subsequent march to Washington to present the Nixon ...
"Bigger Than Anything We Understood:" Cathy Wilkerson On The Political Culture of SDS
Student radicalism and the New Left contributed to the rise of a "counterculture" during the 1960's, as millions of Americans questioned traditional forms of monogamy and family, suburban life, materialism, and scientific rationality and emotional repression. Outwardly, this cultural shift was marked ...
Promoting political freedom and deepening democracy
Organised by Wilton Park, to be held at Wilton Park Steyning, West Sussex United Kingdom from 2009-06-22 to 2009-06-25
Militariam : political economy, security, theory
Organised by Centre for Global Economy, University of Sussex, to be held at University of Sussex Brighton United Kingdom from 2009-05-14 to 2009-05-15
Should Political Theory get Real? Liberalism and the Challenge of Political Realism
Organised by School of Government and Society, University of Birmingham, to be held at University of Birmingham Birmingham United Kingdom from 2009-05-07 to 2009-05-07
European Consortium for Political Research Conference 2009
Organised by ECPR, to be held at University of Potsdam Potsdam Germany from 2009-09-10 to 2009-09-12
The Human Embryo: Reassessing Theological Approaches in the Light of Scientific Advance
Prof. Gareth Jones : Course
Two different approaches to teaching within PE (1997)
This research compares the effectiveness of two approaches to teaching games in Physical Education: the Skills Approach and the Games for Understanding Approach.
Music-ITE: Research Approaches in Music Education
A unit from the Music-ITE Subject Induction Pack and Programme on Research Approaches in Music Education.
citizED Secondary Strand: Educating for real and hoped for political worlds: ways forward in develop
An article from the Citizenship Initial Teacher Training Professional Resource Network (citizED) on developing political literacy.
A systematic review of the effects of context-based and Science-Technology-Society (STS) approaches
A systematic review that adopts EPPI protocols and focuses on the critical analysis of 61 identified research reports, this review summarises the available research into the effects of context-based approaches which purport to promote links between science, technology and society (STS) in the teaching of secondary science.
A meta-analysis of the impact of the implementation of thinking skills approaches on pupils
This meta-analysis is about the impact of thinking skills approaches on pupils’ attainments and attitudes in schools.
The potential of open source approaches for education
The document is the first in a series of publications from Futurelab entitled “Opening Education”. The series as a whole is designed to provoke debate and challenge thinking by bringing together examples of educational practice and research and drawing on the fields of creative arts, media and technical innovation.
Individual Teacher Training: A systematic map into approaches to making initial teacher training fle
This review is concerned with the research literature on school-based initial teacher training and how it can be made flexible and responsive to trainees’ individual needs. It was commissioned by the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordination Centre (EPPI-Centre) against the backdrop of a growing number of non-traditional routes into teaching and an agenda of widening access in addition to the more traditional routes. In view of the diversity of options available there is a
citizED: The Individual and the Political Process: Nazi Ideology and its Genesis
An extended case study from CitizED which investigates the impact of the Nazi regime on people in Germany, 1933-39. Included are exercises to use the material and the activities to research, investigate and discuss important issues connected with citizenship today.
Collaborative Approaches to Preparing and Developing Effective Teachers
This symposium, held on 5/6 March 2007 in Glasgow, was organised by the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET) and Her Majesty's Inspectorate (HMI), along with the Scottish Teacher education Committee (STEC).
EBEA: Approaches to Teaching and Learning
A unit from the Economics, Business and Enterprise Association (EBEA) ITE Subject Resource Network.
A systematic review of interactions in pedagogical approaches with reported outcomes for the academi
This is the second systematic review using the EPPI protocol in a series that is focusing upon effective pedagogical approaches in use in mainstream classrooms with children with special educational needs, aged 7-14 years. This second review expands the focus of the previous year to investigate the nature of the interactions between teachers, support staff and pupils.
Latest and emerging evidence on pedagogical approaches to tackling gender-related underperformance
This research seminar, which took place at the DCSF on 8 April, forms part of the Department's 2008 themed series of events on tackling the 'gender agenda': “an 18 month themed series of activities working with schools, universities and local authorities and others to identify, develop, and share evidence and good practice in improving the educational outcomes and life chances for specific groups of underperforming boys and girls”.
Classroom Practice: New Approaches Supported by ICT
This resource is a 6-page NFER PRE article of two case studies, one primary phase and one secondary phase, of the use of ICT that changes the way in which children learn. It outlines the use of email supporting “writing for a purpose” and the use of online teaching resources enabling pupils to gain level 2 national qualifications. It provides a good example of how a case study should paint a rich picture of the context and describe outcomes that have implications for others. The report shows