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Purpose-guided education

Goal-directed education, the priority of intrinsic motivation and helps students become more engaged in learning experiences through connecting their beliefs and life goals with curricular requirements. Jerry Pattengale first coined the phrase "P ...

                                               

Queer pedagogy

Queer pedagogy is an academic discipline devoted to the study of the relationship between queer theory and critical pedagogy, which is based on Marxist critical theory. It is also noted for challenging the so-called "mandatory cisheterosexual and ...

                                               

S.C.A.M.P.E.R

SCAMPER is an acronym that provides a structured way of helping students to think outside the box and expand their knowledge. It is believed that protect students creativity as they get older.

                                               

Selective school

A selective school is a school that accepts students on the basis of some selection criteria, usually academic. This term may have different connotations in different systems and unlike the secondary school that accepts all students, regardless o ...

                                               

Simply Music

Music is music, the organization of training of teachers for licensing in more than 700 locations in twelve countries. Australian music educator Neil Moore based on the deep-seated belief that all people are naturally musical. Simply music offers ...

                                               

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

Society for dissemination of useful knowledge, founded in 1826, largely at the instigation of Lord Broom, with the aim of publishing information for people who are unable to obtain formal teaching, or who preferred self-education. And with the li ...

                                               

Some Thoughts Concerning Education

Some thoughts concerning education is a 1693 treatise on the education of gentlemen written by the English philosopher John Locke. More than a century it was the most important philosophical work on education in England. It was translated into al ...

                                               

Suzuki method

The Suzuki method is a world famous music curriculum and teaching philosophy since the mid-20th century, created by Japanese violinist and pedagogue Shinichi Suzuki. The method is aimed at creating conditions for learning music that corresponds t ...

                                               

Teacher's Oath

Oath of teachers-it is a vow taken in some countries teachers. In 1993, a German pedagogue Hartmut von Hentig designed the Hippocratic Oath, which must be a set of professional recommendations for educators, teachers and paedagogues. Today there ...

                                               

Teaching philosophy

The teaching philosophy of the candidate for an academic position is a written statement of the candidates personal views on teaching. Colleges and universities that advertise the position duties require learning often require the applicant to fu ...

                                               

Transcendental Meditation in education

Transcendental meditation in education is the use of transcendental meditation in educational institutions or institution. These educational programs and institutions were based in the US, UK, Australia, India, Africa and Japan. The transcendenta ...

                                               

Understanding by Design

Understanding of the design, or UBD, is an educational approach to planning. Example of UBD is backward design, the practice is to look at the results to develop the curriculum, assessment results and classroom instruction. UBD focuses on teachin ...

                                               

Waldorf education

Waldorf education, also known as Steiner education, based on educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, founder of anthroposophy. His pedagogy seeks to develop students intellectual, artistic and practical skills through an integrated and holistic ...

                                               

Wittgenstein's ladder

In philosophy, many stairs is a metaphor outlined by Ludwig Wittgenstein about the training. In what may be a deliberate reference to Soren Kierkegaards concluding unscientific PostScript to philosophical fragments, the penultimate sentence of th ...

                                               

Youth engagement

The involvement of young people there are feelings of young people towards a specific person, activity, place or outcome. It was the center of youth development, public policy and social change movements for at least forty years. According to the ...

                                               

Youth voice

Youth voice refers to a variety of ideas, opinions, attitudes, knowledge and actions of young people as a collective body. The term youth voice often brings together different points of view and experience, regardless of their origin, identity an ...

                                               

Zero reject

Zero reject is an educational philosophy which says that no child can be denied education because they are "unteachable". It is part of the education of persons with disabilities, which is the main special education law, which seeks to provide fr ...

                                               

Academy for Urban School Leadership

Ausl is a Chicago nonprofit organizations school of management, founded in 2001. Today, he manages the 31 Chicago public schools serving more than 16.000 students. For 1.045 teachers have graduated from the ausl Chicago teacher residency.

                                               

Academic quarter (year division)

Modern teaching and calendar quarter can be attributed to the historical English court / legal education the early childhood four term system: Michaelmas: October–December. (Михайлов: Октябрь–Декабрь) Hilary: January–March. (Хилари: Январь–Март) ...

                                               

Affirmative action bake sale

Affirmative action bake sale is a type of protest, the campus used by student groups to performatively criticize affirmative action policies, charging students different prices depending on the social or racial group they belong to. It is also us ...

                                               

Casagrande case

In 1974 the European court held that the Prohibition of discrimination covered by the treaties of the European community in respect of persons in the education system. In the case of Casagrande decided that, in accordance with regulation 1612 / 6 ...

                                               

Compulsory education

Compulsory education refers to period of education that is required of all individuals and is imposed by the government. Depending on the country, this education can take place in a registered school or at home. "Compulsory education differs from ...

                                               

List of education ministries

The Ministry of education is a national or subnational government Agency politically responsible for education. Other names widely used to identify such agencies, such as the Ministry of education, Ministry of education, Ministry of national educ ...

                                               

Education policy in Brazil

Policy in the field of education in Brazil was placed on the importance of Federal and local authorities since 1995. At that time, the government of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso and the Brazilian Ministry of education began to pursue three ...

                                               

Education sector responses to LGBT violence

In the educational sector LGBT violence examines the ways in which the educational system work to create a safe learning environment for LGBT students. In General, in the educational sector, tend to focus on homophobia and violence related to sex ...

                                               

Gender mainstreaming in teacher education policy

Gender mainstreaming in teacher education policy refers to efforts aimed at understanding and changing the processes of formation and implementation of policy in all areas and at all levels with a gender perspective, in order to address and corre ...

                                               

Ghetto benches

Bench ghetto was a form of official segregation in the Seating of students, introduced in 1935 in Lviv Polytechnic Institute. Rectors of other universities in the Second Polish Republic was adopted this form of segregation, when the practice beca ...

                                               

Higher education policy

Higher education policy refers to the policy in the field of education in higher educational institutions, such as universities, in particular, how they are organized, financed, and functioning in society. According to Ansell, there are "three di ...

                                               

Journal of Education Policy

Journal of educational policy is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journals, covering politics in education. It was created in 1986 and published by Taylor and Francis. Editors editor-in-chief founders Ivor Goodson and Stephen ball. According ...

                                               

Language attrition

Language attrition is the process of losing the native or first language. This process usually called as isolation from speakers of the first language and acquiring and using a second language that interferes with the correct production and under ...

                                               

Language death

In linguistics, language death occurs when a language loses its last native language. As a consequence, the extinction of language, when language is not known, including a second language. Other similar terms include linguicide, death of language ...

                                               

Mainstreaming (education)

Mainstreaming, in the context of education, is the practice of placing students with special education services in General education classes for a certain period of time based on their skills. To clarify, this means that students who are part of ...

                                               

Medium of instruction

Learning is a language used in education. It may or may not be the official language of the country or territory. If the first language of students is different from the official language, it can be used as the medium of instruction for part or a ...

                                               

Minority-serving institution

In the system of U.S. higher education, serving national minorities, institutions and the category of educational institutions on the basis of criteria of registration. Such schools are eligible for Federal funding in accordance with section III ...

                                               

Arnold L. Mitchem

Mitchem, Arnold L. was the President and founder of the nonprofit organization the Council for opportunity in education in Washington, DC. Currently, he is honorary President of the organization. Dr. Mitchem has spent his entire career in favor o ...

                                               

National Education Goals Panel

The national panel of the task of education is an organization created in 1990 after a meeting of President George H. W. Bush and the state governors in Charlottesville in 1989. The organization was established to report on the nations progress i ...

                                               

No nit policy

No NIT policy-a policy in the field of health implemented by some education authorities to prevent the transfer of infection with pediculosis capitis. "No NIT" policy requires the sending home and barring of all children who have nits on hair fro ...

                                               

Nonsectarian

In 1956 amendment to the Constitution of Virginia allowed for the training Grants paid by the state of religion in private schools. Blaine amendments in thirty-eight constitutions of the States forbid direct government aid to educational institut ...

                                               

Policy of standardisation

Policy standardization policy implemented by the Sri Lankan government in 1971 to rectify disparities created in University enrollment in Sri Lanka under colonial rule. In 1972 government added district quota as a parameter within each language.

                                               

Right to education

The right to education is recognized as a human right in several international conventions, including the international Covenant on economic, social and cultural rights, which recognizes the right to free, compulsory primary education for all, an ...

                                               

Russian School Defense Staff

Russian school defense staff or Headquarters of protection of Russian schools - movement in Latvia for the protection of public secondary education in Russia. Leaders: V. Buzayev, Gennady Kotov, Yuri Paul, Miroslav Mitrofanov, Michael Tyasin, Vic ...

                                               

Stan Salett

Stan Salett is an organizer of civil rights, National education policy Advisor and Creator of the attached program up and help to start start. In the early 1960s, Salett was an organizer of the Congress of racial equality and helped organize the ...

                                               

School district drug policies

Over the decades of the drug war in the United States, elementary and secondary school drug and alcohol policies have become increasingly strict in punishment and in kinds of behaviour are regulated. Some school districts include in school and ou ...

                                               

School transitions

School transitions for conversion students as they change schools throughout their lives. These transitions play an important role in the development of young peoples decisions and serve as a landmark that could guide them in a number of ways. Th ...

                                               

Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Section 23 of the canadian Charter of rights and freedoms is part of the Constitution of Canada that guarantees minority language educational rights for Francophone communities outside Quebec, and, to a lesser extent, the English minority in Queb ...

                                               

Select Entry Accelerated Learning

Select entry accelerated learning program in the form of a stream in state secondary schools in Victoria, Australia to provide a focused educational environment for academically gifted children. The program allows students to spend a year 8 jobs ...

                                               

STEAM fields

The steam fields of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics or applied mathematics. Steam is designed to integrate stem subjects into various educational disciplines. These programs are aimed at training students of innovation, crit ...

                                               

Universal preschool

Recalling the international and domestic research shows benefit children in low and middle-income families, in both the short and long term, moving ahead of state-funded pre-K as a result of successful passage of pre-K legislation in 44 States of ...

                                               

University charter

In most canadian provinces the statutes of the University in the form of acts for example, the Act of the University of York. "The Royal military College of Canada degrees act" of 1959 allows the Royal military College of Canada in Kingston, Onta ...

                                               

Maris Vinovskis

Maris A. Vinovskis is an American academic and historian at the University of Michigan and a leading expert on American social and family history. He, A. M. and N. P. Bentley Professor of history and Professor of public policy, school of Gerald R ...

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