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Handbook for Online Learning Contexts: Digital, Mobile and Open

Tríona Hourigan , Ann Marcus-Quinn

This book addresses the gap in the literature concerned with global case studies of successful Digital, Mobile and Open Education. The book shares experiences from international teaching and learning projects at all levels of Education, and provides advice for future...

2021-05-29 |

Springer



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Expanding Global Horizons Through Technology Enhanced Language Learning

Collectif

This book uncovers the important issues in language learning and teaching in the intelligent, digital era. “Social connectivity” is a contemporary style of learning and living. By engaging in the connectivity of physical and digital worlds, how essential parts of...



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Theory of Subjectivity from a Cultural-Historical Standpoint

Megan Adams , Daniel Magalhães Goulart , Albertina Mitjáns Martínez

This book examines key ideas related to the Theory of Subjectivity within a cultural-historical approach. It brings together the intellectual contributions made by Professor Fernando González Rey (1949–2019) towards understanding human subjectivity, and emphasizing...



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The Mind and Teachers in the Classroom

Remy Y. S Low

This book explores what mindfulness could mean for teachers and educational researchers. Moving beyond popular platitudes about mindfulness, the author provides a conceptual map for understanding the different ways in which mindfulness can be recommended to teachers....

2021-06-01 |

Palgrave Pivot



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Embedding STEAM in Early Childhood Education and Care

Caroline Cohrssen , Susanne Garvis

This book approaches STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics) in early childhood education from multiple angles. It focuses on the teaching and learning of children from two years of age to the early years of school. Proponents of STEAM...

2021-05-28 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Applying Bio-Measurements Methodologies in Science Education Research

Iztok Devetak , Saša Aleksij Glažar

This book illustrates the problems of using eye tracking technology and other bio-measurements in science education research. It examines the application of bio-measurements in researching cognitive processes, motivation for learning science concepts, and solving...

2021-05-27 |

Springer



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Teacher Education for Critical and Reflexive Interculturality

Fred Dervin , Andreas Jacobsson

This book deals with the importance of interculturality in teacher education and training. It is mostly through the concept of intercultural competence that interculturality has been constructed and problematized for educators. However, different approaches and...

2021-05-25 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Mathematical Reasoning of Children and Adults

Rute Elizabete De Souza Rosa Borba , Síntria Labres Lautert , Alina Galvão Spinillo

This book adopts an interdisciplinary approach to investigate the development of mathematical reasoning in both children and adults and to show how understanding the learner’s cognitive processes can help teachers develop better strategies to teach mathematics.This...

2021-05-24 |

Springer



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Research in Chemistry Education

Jan Apotheker , Liliana Mammino

This volume emphasizes the role of chemical education for development and, in particular, for sustainable development in Africa, by sharing experiences among specialists across the African continent and with specialists from other continents. It considers all areas and...

2021-05-17 |

Springer



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A Guide to Teaching Introductory Women’s and Gender Studies

Holly Hassel , Christie Launius , Susan Rensing

This book provides a practical, evidence-based guide to teaching introductory Women's and Gender Studies courses. Based on the findings of a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project that analyzed 72 Intro students’ written work, the authors equip instructors with...

2021-05-10 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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