Everywhere All the Time
Title Everywhere All the Time PDF eBook
Author Matt Hern
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 2008
Genre Education
ISBN 9781904859833

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Teaching children to think creatively and critically has never been on the educational agenda and society suffers for it in many ways. The solution is not simply in throwing money at schools, in perpetual reorganisation of the British education system. Hern and his many contributors propose a much more radical approach. A fine collection of essays, both current and historical, examining the social effects and historical substance of education in society.



Honoring Richard Ruiz and his Work on Language Planning and Bilingual Education
Title Honoring Richard Ruiz and his Work on Language Planning and Bilingual Education PDF eBook
Author Nancy H. Hornberger
Publisher Multilingual Matters
Pages 454
Release 2016-11-21
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 1783096713

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Richard Ruiz has inspired generations of scholars in language planning and multilingual education with his unique orientations to language as a problem, a right and a resource. This volume attests to the far-reaching impact of his thinking and teaching, bringing together a selection of his published and unpublished writings on language planning orientations, bilingual and language minority education, language threat and endangerment, voice and empowerment, and even language fun, accompanied by contributions from colleagues and former students reflecting and expanding on Ruiz’ ground-breaking work. This book will be of great interest to both undergraduate and postgraduate students in language planning and multilingual education, Indigenous and minority education, as well as to junior and senior researchers in those fields.



Rethinking Freire and Illich
Title Rethinking Freire and Illich PDF eBook
Author Rosa Bruno-Jofré
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Pages 316
Release 2023-10-02
Genre Education
ISBN 1487550529

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Marking the fiftieth anniversary of two of the most influential books in modern educational and social theory, Rethinking Freire and Illich introduces readers to the results of the symposium of Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed and Ivan Illich’s Deschooling Society. The collection uniquely analyses Freire and Illich together, although not in a comparative way. It acknowledges that both Freire and Illich led in different ways to a new approach to perceiving and understanding the concept of liberation as a human condition, while also presenting current criticisms of their work from a gendered perspective and by Indigenous scholars in the US and Canada. Drawing on contributions from historians of education, theologians, digital experts, and philosophers of education, the book offers a historical analysis using extensive primary sources and an originality of topics. It introduces the ways in which the current generation reads the overall works of Freire and Illich in the search for a reconstructed democratic education. As a result, Rethinking Freire and Illich presents Freire and Illich in light of contemporary issues in this generation, and offers renewed searches for a good and just life and a reconstructed democratic education.



School Rules
Title School Rules PDF eBook
Author Rebecca Raby
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Pages 288
Release 2012-04-28
Genre Education
ISBN 1442662573

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How much say should students have in shaping their schools' disciplinary cultures? Should they have the power to weigh in on contentious issues like favouritism, discrimination, ‘no hats’ rules, and zero tolerance? What if pupils disagree with their teachers and administrators on certain rules? Rebecca Raby reflects on how regulations are made, applied, and negotiated in educational settings in the accessibly written School Rules. Through an in-depth analysis of original data, including interviews with teachers, administrators, and students, and codes of conduct, School Rules reveals what rules mean to different participants, and where it is that they becoming a challenge. Raby investigates students' acceptance or contestation of disciplinary regulations, and examines how school rules reflect and perpetuate existing inequalities and students' beliefs about young people. Illustrating the practical challenges and political and theoretical concerns of involving students in rule-making, School Rules can help teachers and administrators facilitate more meaningful rules and student participation in their own schools.



No Country for Migrants? Critical Perspectives on Asylum, Immigration, and Integration in Germany
Title No Country for Migrants? Critical Perspectives on Asylum, Immigration, and Integration in Germany PDF eBook
Author Wilfried Zoungrana
Publisher BRILL
Pages 259
Release 2019-10-14
Genre Political Science
ISBN 9004415513

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No Country for Migrants? Critical Perspectives on Asylum, Immigration, and Integration in Germany aims to critically contribute to ongoing debates about immigration, integration, and xenophobia in Germany. Set against the backdrop of Germany’s controversial political decision to open its borders to refugees in 2015, the book realigns this watershed with the broader historical narratives of migration to explain its exceptionality both as an event and transformative force on the migration/integration discourse. The book further uses critical theories to make sense of the shifting socio-political coordinates of Germany. It addresses the history of Germany’s migration policies, its soft and hard power in migration control, language and societal integration, immigration and the revival of right-wing extremism, as well as religion and immigration.



The Radicalization of Pedagogy
Title The Radicalization of Pedagogy PDF eBook
Author Simon Springer
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Pages 290
Release 2016-05-27
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1783486716

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Part one of an innovative trilogy on anarchist geography, this volume examines the potential of anarchist pedagogic practices for geographic knowledge



Mothering a Bodied Curriculum
Title Mothering a Bodied Curriculum PDF eBook
Author Stephanie Springgay
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Pages 385
Release 2012-01-01
Genre Education
ISBN 1442612274

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This collection considers how embodiment, mothering, and curriculum theory are related to practices in education that silence, conceal, and limit gendered, raced, and sexual maternal bodies. Advancing a new understanding of the maternal body, it argues for a 'bodied curriculum' – a practice that attends to the relational, social, and ethical implications of 'being-with' other bodies differently, and to the different knowledges such bodily encounters produce. Contributors argue that the prevailing silence about the maternal body in educational scholarship reinforces the binary split between domestic and public spaces, family life and work, one's own children and others' children, and women's roles as 'mothers' or 'others.' Providing an interdisciplinary perspective in which postmodern ideas about the body interact with those of learning and teaching, Mothering a Bodied Curriculum brings theory and practice together into an ever-evolving conversation.