Kommunikation in der Schule

Author: Ines C. Vogel
Publisher: UTB
ISBN: 9783825247195
Release Date: 2018-01-15
Genre: Education

Wie lässt sich Kommunikations- und Medienkompetenz im Schulalltag vermitteln? Kommunikation ist ein grundlegender Bestandteil jeder Lehr- und Erziehungstätigkeit: Im schulischen Alltag ist sie unverzichtbares Werkzeug bei der Unterrichtsgestaltung und der Vermittlung von Lerninhalten, aber auch beim Austausch mit Kolleginnen und Kollegen, Vorgesetzten, Eltern und Lernenden. Das Lehrbuch bietet einen umfassenden Überblick zum Thema „Kommunikation in der Schule“ und legt dabei den Fokus auf relevante Aspekte der direkten interpersonellen Kommunikation (z.B. nonverbale Kommunikation, Gruppenkommunikation) und der medienvermittelten Kommunikation (z.B. Lernmedien, virtuelle Lernszenarien). Zusätzlich nimmt es Themen wie Inklusion, Krisenkommunikation, interkulturelle Kommunikation und Mobbing in den Blick und bietet Handlungsempfehlungen für den schulischen Alltag. Das Buch richtet sich an Studierende und Lehrende aller Schularten, die sich mit Grundlagen und Praxis von Kommunikation im Schulalltag auseinandersetzen.

Inklusion Eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit dem Konzept von Andreas Hinz im Hinblick auf Bildung und Erziehung von Menschen mit Behinderungen

Author: Ju-Hwa Lee
Publisher: ATHENA-Verlag
ISBN: 9783898968140
Release Date: 2011-12-12
Genre: Education

Inklusion ist derzeit eine dominierende Leitidee in der Heil- und Sonderpädagogik in Deutschland und findet, verstärkt seit der Verabschiedung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention, immer mehr Zuspruch. Mit dieser Entwicklung geht einher, dass der Begriff zunehmend inflationär verwendet wird und Verwirrung stiftet. Dies liegt vor allem daran, dass in Deutschland die Integrationspädagogik schon seit über 30 Jahren Fuß gefasst hat und weiterentwickelt wurde. Insofern stellt sich die Frage, wie der Inklusionsbegriff von dem der Integration abzugrenzen ist. Zudem gilt es, unterschiedliche Formen von Inklusion zu unterscheiden. Diese Umstände nimmt die Autorin zum Anlass, das Konzept von Andreas Hinz, einem der wichtigsten Vertreter der Inklusion im deutschsprachigen Raum, auf seine Folgerichtigkeit und Umsetzungsmöglichkeit hin zu untersuchen. Hinz stellt - in Abgrenzung und Ablehnung des Integrationskonzeptes - hohe Anforderungen an das Verständnis von Inklusion. Vor diesem Hintergrund wird gefragt und geprüft, ob das Konzept in seinen theoretischen Grundzügen in sich stimmig und widerspruchsfrei ist. Des Weiteren ist Inklusion seiner Auffassung nach ein Reformvorschlag, den man sofort praktizieren kann. Wie aber ist eine Umsetzung in der Praxis möglich?

Einf hrung in die Inklusionsp dagogik

Author: Annette Textor
Publisher: UTB
ISBN: 9783825243401
Release Date: 2015-02-18
Genre: Education

Inklusion ist ein noch neues Querschnittsthema. In dem Buch wird ein Überblick darüber gegeben, was Lehrerinnen und Lehrer, die an Regelschulen unterrichten möchten, über Inklusion wissen sollten. Ziel ist, das die Studierenden mit diesem Buch nicht zu blinden Inklusionsbefürwortern oder -gegnern werden, sondern eine gut begründete Einstellung zu Inklusion entwickeln und einen Eindruck davon bekommen, dass und wie Inklusion umsetzbar ist.

Diversity Education

Author: Katrin Hauenschild
Publisher: Brandes & Apsel Verlag
ISBN: 9783955580315
Release Date: 2013-05-01
Genre: Education

Gesellschaftliche Vielfalt (von Herkunft, Religion, Kultur, Sprache, individuellen Voraussetzungen etc.) stellt die Bildungswissenschaften vor die Herausforderung, theoretische, empirische und konzeptionelle Antworten darauf zu geben, wie Diversität in verschiedenen Bildungskontexten hergestellt wird, welche Ausformungen Diversität annehmen kann und welche Konsequenzen dies für das Bildungssystem und die Gestaltung seiner Bildungsorganisationen hat. Der vorliegende Band leistet eine erste Systematisierung, indem verschiedene bildungswissenschaftliche Disziplinen und Fachdidaktiken "Diversity Education" in ihren jeweils spezifischen Zugängen entfalten. Es öffnet sich der Blick für notwendige empirische Forschungen, weiterführende theoretische Konzeptualisierungen und organisationale Gestaltungsanforderungen. Institutionelle Innensichten aus Schule sowie Erwachsenen- und Weiterbildung verdeutlichen exemplarisch, wie Diversität in der Bildungspraxis begleitet wird.

Ict And Special Educational Needs

Author: Florian, Lani
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 9780335211951
Release Date: 2004-03-01
Genre: Education

A reference for teachers interested in the uses of ICT as a tool to promote the inclusion of learners with special educational needs. It considers the role of technology in overcoming barriers of access to the curriculum and offers examinations of ICT asa teaching tool to raise standards for all.

Language Power and Pedagogy

Author: Jim Cummins
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 9781853594748
Release Date: 2000-09-22
Genre: Education

Population mobility is at an all-time high in human history. One result of this unprecedented movement of peoples around the world is that in many school systems monolingual and monocultural students are the exception rather than the rule, particularly in urban areas. This shift in demographic realities entails enormous challenges for educators and policy-makers. What do teachers need to know in order to teach effectively in linguistically and culturally diverse contexts? How long does it take second language learners to acquire proficiency in the language of school instruction? What are the differences between attaining conversational fluency in everyday contexts and developing proficiency in the language registers required for academic success? What adjustments do we need to make in curriculum, instruction and assessment to ensure that second-language learners understand what is being taught and are assessed in a fair and equitable manner? How long do we need to wait before including second-language learners in high-stakes national examinations and assessments? What role (if any) should be accorded students’ first language in the curriculum? Do bilingual education programs work well for poor children from minority-language backgrounds or should they be reserved only for middle-class children from the majority or dominant group? In addressing these issues, this volume focuses not only on issues of language learning and teaching but also highlights the ways in which power relations in the wider society affect patterns of teacher–student interaction in the classroom. Effective instruction will inevitably challenge patterns of coercive power relations in both school and society.

Narrative Prosthesis

Author: David T. Mitchell
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472120802
Release Date: 2014-05-21
Genre: Social Science

Narrative Prosthesis: Disability and the Dependencies of Discourse develops a narrative theory of the pervasive use of disability as a device of characterization in literature and film. It argues that, while other marginalized identities have suffered cultural exclusion due to a dearth of images reflecting their experience, the marginality of disabled people has occurred in the midst of the perpetual circulation of images of disability in print and visual media. The manuscript's six chapters offer comparative readings of key texts in the history of disability representation, including the tin soldier and lame Oedipus, Montaigne's "infinities of forms" and Nietzsche's "higher men," the performance history of Shakespeare's Richard III, Melville's Captain Ahab, the small town grotesques of Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio and Katherine Dunn's self-induced freaks in Geek Love. David T. Mitchell is Associate Professor of Literature and Cultural Studies, Northern Michigan University. Sharon L. Snyder is Assistant Professor of Film and Literature, Northern Michigan University.

Managing Industrial Development Projects

Author: Adedeji Bodunde Badiru
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471284750
Release Date: 1993-07-07
Genre: Business & Economics

Conventional public management techniques in industrial management projects are often insufficient because they cannot respond or adapt to the dynamism of modern and global markets. This guide shows how to overcome these problems by using project management techniques that expedite industrial development in regional, national, and global settings. Using real-world examples and a systems approach, the author provides a project management model that accounts for all critical interfaces in industrial development projects. He explores every aspect of project planning and organization, as well as cultural and human resource issues. Key areas discussed include how to: * Schedule and control projects * Conduct and evaluate project feasibility studies * Select a project manager and staff the project * Secure the best experts for various project functions * Expedite transfer of industrial technology from developed to developing nations Coverage of budgeting and cash-flow analysis promotes understanding of the cost aspects of projects. Readers are shown how to use the Critical Path Method and Program Evaluation and Review Techniques to streamline project scheduling. They also find out how to use learning curve analysis to evaluate project performance. Guidelines on managing multinational projects are supplemented with case studies that illustrate successful industrial development in different countries. Appendices list numerous research, industrial, and economic resources, as well as United Nations information sources. Managing Industrial Development Projects paves the way for successful outcomes in countries that need them most. It is a valuable reference for practitioners, public administrators, and national policy makers, as well as students in industrial engineering, industrial administration, engineering management, and public administration programs.

Understanding the Development of Inclusive Schools

Author: Mel Ainscow
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781135711771
Release Date: 2002-01-04
Genre: Education

The current emphasis on individualised intervention programmes for students with special needs may not only be impractical, but also undesirable. This book compares and contrasts special needs approaches with school effectiveness strategies. The author sets out theories about inclusive schooling that arise out of a detailed scrutiny of practice. The link between theory and practice will be welcomed by many practitioners. With extensive examples from the field to illustrate Ainscow's ideas, this is an eminently accessible text.

Knowing What Students Know

Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 9780309293228
Release Date: 2001-10-27
Genre: Education

Education is a hot topic. From the stage of presidential debates to tonight's dinner table, it is an issue that most Americans are deeply concerned about. While there are many strategies for improving the educational process, we need a way to find out what works and what doesn't work as well. Educational assessment seeks to determine just how well students are learning and is an integral part of our quest for improved education. The nation is pinning greater expectations on educational assessment than ever before. We look to these assessment tools when documenting whether students and institutions are truly meeting education goals. But we must stop and ask a crucial question: What kind of assessment is most effective? At a time when traditional testing is subject to increasing criticism, research suggests that new, exciting approaches to assessment may be on the horizon. Advances in the sciences of how people learn and how to measure such learning offer the hope of developing new kinds of assessments-assessments that help students succeed in school by making as clear as possible the nature of their accomplishments and the progress of their learning. Knowing What Students Know essentially explains how expanding knowledge in the scientific fields of human learning and educational measurement can form the foundations of an improved approach to assessment. These advances suggest ways that the targets of assessment-what students know and how well they know it-as well as the methods used to make inferences about student learning can be made more valid and instructionally useful. Principles for designing and using these new kinds of assessments are presented, and examples are used to illustrate the principles. Implications for policy, practice, and research are also explored. With the promise of a productive research-based approach to assessment of student learning, Knowing What Students Know will be important to education administrators, assessment designers, teachers and teacher educators, and education advocates.

Handbook of Classroom Management

Author: Edmund Emmer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781135106836
Release Date: 2014-09-04
Genre: Education

The field of classroom management is not a neatly organized line of inquiry, but rather consists of many disparate topics and orientations that draw from multiple disciplines. Given the complex nature of the field, this comprehensive second edition of the Handbook of Classroom Management is an invaluable resource for those interested in understanding it. This volume provides up-to-date summaries of research on the essential topics from the first edition, as well as fresh perspectives and chapters on new topics. It is the perfect tool for both graduate students and practitioners interested in a field that is fascinating but not immediately accessible without the proper guidance.

Early Years Play and Learning

Author: Pat Broadhead
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415303392
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Education

This practical book provides an accessible framework for observing and assessing children's learning through play. It will help early years practitioners to deepen their understanding of the links between intellectual development, the growth of language and the emotional well-being of young children. Drawing on many years of research and working with teachers, Pat Broadhead has developed the Social Play Continuum, a unique observation tool and a means of monitoring and developing a child's social progress through skills such as problem-solving, investigation and imagination discourse. This tool forms an integral part of this innovative text, offering practitioners in a wide range of early years settings a means of focusing their observations of play. In addition, the book: supports the development of 'areas of provision' illustrates progression from 'association' to 'cooperative' play considers links with the Foundation Stage Curriculum, Profiling and the National Curriculum acknowledges the many constraints that have operated on early years practitioners in the past decade. Blending theory and practice this book is aimed at all early years' practitioners concerned with quality provision for their pupils. It is also the ideal text to support student teachers, classroom assistants and undergraduates on early childhood studies degrees.

Inclusive Education Twenty Years After Salamanca

Author: Florian Kiuppis
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 1433126966
Release Date: 2015-02-13
Genre: Education

This edited volume discusses UNESCO's contributions to inclusive education over the past 20 years, the normative and technical leadership roles this organization has been playing together with its peers and competitors in educational development, and the current status of this issue in academic debates, as well as conceptualizations from different cultures. The chapters reflect and critically discuss a range of positions on the relation between inclusive education, educatino for all, and special needs education and particularly express the role disability plays in these thematic contexts. The book brings to light that although the term inclusive education is commonly associated with people with disabilities, there are contexts - e.g., research strands on school development in the UK - in which inclusive education is considered as an approach in which the focus of special (needs) education is widened in terms of the target group, reaching out to the heterogeneity of learners, thus taking diversity as a starting point for educational theory and practice. This book highlights the differences in narratives of inclusive education in the United States and abroad and is intended to bridge the various approaches to the study of inclusive education and disability, particularly in the US, the UK, and the Nordic countries within Europe. Although academics and students in Disability Studies are the target audience, the book is also of high relevance to policy makers in the growing field of inclusive education, as well as being potentially interesting for practitioners in education and social work.