|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||Praeger (July 27, 1992)|
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Bruce S. Cooper and the contributors to this book have done a service to all those who want to understand labor relations better. They have provided, quite literally, a world view through which we can observe the great variety of organizations teachers have used in their quest for dignity and protection. Creating a transnational work such as this is no small undertaking. Most of the contributors needed to write to an audience who would read their words in a different culture and a different tongue from their own.
Theatre in education (TIE) originated in Britain in 1965 and has continued to present day. Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton cited TIE as "one of the two historic roots of applied theatre practice"
Theatre in education (TIE) originated in Britain in 1965 and has continued to present day. Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton cited TIE as "one of the two historic roots of applied theatre practice". TIE typically includes a theatre company performing in an educational setting (. a school) for youth, including interactive and performative moments. The idea of a high-impact child-centred performance for a specifically targeted school audience became hugely popular.
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The contributions demonstrate the transformative potential that ‘going .
The contributions demonstrate the transformative potential that ‘going performative’ possesses for intercultural education. Barbara Schmenk, University of Waterloo, Canada). Manfred Schewe is Head of the Department of Drama and Theatre Studies at University College Cork, Ireland.
In the international context, with few exceptions, education involving cultural and scientific . Contribution of the study: This paper makes a significant contribution in the understanding of quality.
In the international context, with few exceptions, education involving cultural and scientific education never rated as particularly important areas in the educational practices of trade unions (Hopkins, 1985). Social and labour relations in higher education institutions are in a state of transformation on institutional, legislative, rulemaking levels. Contribution of the study: This paper makes a significant contribution in the understanding of quality parameters of ODL, with particular reference to the developing countries.
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Global in perspective, this book argues strongly for the value of open education in both the developed and .
Global in perspective, this book argues strongly for the value of open education in both the developed and developing worlds. Through a mixture of theoretical and practical approaches, it demonstrates that open education promotes ideals of inclusion, diversity, and social justice to achieve the vision of education as a fundamental human right. 10. What Does It Mean to Open Education? Perspectives on Using Open Educational Resources at a US Public University Linda Vanasupa, Amy Wiley, Lizabeth Schlemer, Dana Ospina, Peter Schwartz, Deborah Wilhelm, Catherine Waitinas and Kellie Hall.
Find nearly any book by Bruce Cooper. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers
Find nearly any book by Bruce Cooper. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Separation of Church and Child: The Constitution and Federal Aid to Religious Schools. by Thomas Vitullo-Martin, Bruce Cooper. ISBN 9781558130029 (978-1-55813-002-9) Softcover, Hudson Inst, 1987.
This is the first comparative study of the background, development, laws, structure, and impact of teacher unionism in nations around the world. This ground-breaking analysis offers an international perspective on the world's most populous profession--teaching--and its halting but powerful efforts to form unions, to engage in collective bargaining, and to win a decent living for its millions of members. Teachers, union leaders, policymakers, and all who are interested in the issues surrounding education as a profession, the operation of schools, the role of government in education, and the complexities of labor relations in education should make this book must reading.
An introduction provides an overview of labor relations in education world-wide, and then separate chapters by experts on education and labor relations in fifteen different countries analyze current policies and problems in places as diverse as China, Greece, Hungary, Mexico, New Zealand, Sweden, Great Britain, and the United States. Specific country studies and the overall conclusion at the end of the book point to past trends and future possible reforms. This unique study emphasizes the importance of unions in national affairs and describes the relationships between governments and the labor movement. A bibliographic essay completes the work.