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Tertiary Online Teaching and Learning

Kyle R. Dyer , Filia Garivaldis , Stephen Mckenzie

This book is the first comprehensive and integrated guide to online education. It systematically presents all aspects of the emerging “big picture” of online education, providing a broad range of information and insights from online experts, learners, teachers,...

2021-01-18 |

Springer



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Multidimensionales Service Prototyping

Christian Van Husen , Jivka Ovtcharova

Das Buch stellt einen neuen Ansatz für Innovationsprozesse von Dienstleistungen vor, ein „Multidimensionales Service Prototyping“. Innovation von Dienstleistungen wird durch den Einsatz von Service Prototypen agiler und kundenorientierter. Methoden und die...

2020-12-22 |

Springer Vieweg



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Social Ecology of a Chinese Kindergarten

Giuseppina Marsico , Shuangshuang Xu

?This book is the outcome of a joint collaboration between East China Normal University and the University of Luxembourg, initiated by the Center of Ideas for the Basic Education of the Future (IBEF), and focuses on kindergartens in China from a cultural psychology...

2020-12-18 |

Springer

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Cultural Psychology of Education



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Conceptions of Giftedness and Talent

Don Ambrose , Robert J. Sternberg

This book brings together eminent and emerging scholars to present cutting-edge research on diverse conceptions of giftedness and talent from a range of international perspectives. It covers classical views, emphasizing IQ, but also seeks to move the academic debate on...

2020-12-18 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Intersections Across Disciplines

Collectif

This volume is the result of the annual Summer research symposium sponsored by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). The twenty-two chapters in this volume seek to examine how learning and the design of instruction is interdisciplinary...



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P.Y. Galperin's Development of Human Mental Activity

Irina Engeness

This open access book introduces the legacy of Piotr Galperin to a wider audience of researchers, educators and psychologists.  Previous translations of Galperin’s work present only some aspects of his conceptual thinking; however, his main contribution to the...

2020-12-15 |

Springer

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Cultural Psychology of Education



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Researching Practitioner Inquiry as Professional Development

Rose M. Pringle

This book presents the authentic voices of science teachers engaged in practitioner inquiry as one component of a comprehensive professional development program. Practitioner inquiry as a genre of educational research, allows teachers to intentionally study their...

2020-12-14 |

Springer



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Teaching Learning and New Technologies in Higher Education

Sayantan Mandal , N. V. Varghese

This book discusses emerging issues related to teaching-learning  in Indian higher education and the integration of technology. It brings together a host of national and international experts specializing in various aspects of teaching-learning in higher education,...

2020-12-14 |

Springer



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Enhancing Creativity Through Story-Telling

Alessandro Antonietti , Paola Pizzingrilli , Chiara Valenti

This book examines the evidence-based interventions that can be used to promote creative thinking skills for children and adolescents in schools. It begins by explaining the theoretical basis of these training programmes, before presenting a coherent framework for the...



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Games and Simulations in Teacher Education

Elizabeth Bradley

This book includes more than twenty computer games and simulations for use in teacher training.  Each of these simulations is innovative and presents an opportunity for pre-service teachers to have hands-on experience in an area of need...

2020-12-07 |

Springer

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Advances in Game-Based Learning



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