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Work, the Brazilian Women, and the Teaching Profession: Some Notes  [PDF]
Tania Antonelli Marcelino Brabo, Rosane Michelli de Castro, José Carlos Miguel
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.617194
Abstract: In this article, we present some notes on three distinct themes, but whose understanding requires an interdisciplinary analysis considering presenting aspects that intertwine and feature dependent ways from each other. Thus, the introduction presents the world of work aspects in our society, seeking to situate the important participation of all its processes, including women, through training processes of the production of knowledge on education. Then, we present a reflection on the work of women, double work shift and the division of labor between the sexes. Finally, we discuss some historical aspects about the woman in the teacher profession in Brazil.
100th Colloquium of the Ru er Bo kovi Institute Library
Mayer, M.
Kemija u Industriji , 2012,
Abstract: During thirteen years Rudjer Boskovic Institute's Library has organized 100 educational lectures for librarians and scientists.
Plato and Castoriadis: the concealment and the unraveling of democracy
Yorgos Oikonomou
International Journal of Inclusive Democracy , 2005,
Abstract: In the first part of the paper Castoriadis' critical analysis of Plato's Statesman is discussed and the main points of this critique, chiefly the concealment of politics and democracy are presented. The second part (which is followed by a short comparison of the projects of autonomy and Inclusive Democracy) briefly deals with Castoriadis’ critique of contemporary political practice and theory, and depicts the unravelling of politics and of democracy-- views which are particularly significant for us today.
From (mis)education to Paideia
Takis Fotopoulos
International Journal of Inclusive Democracy , 2005,
Abstract: The aim of this article is twofold. First, to discuss the institutional preconditions of a democratic paideia, both at the social level and the educational level itself. Second, to examine a transition strategy for the move from present miseducation (as it evolved in modernity) to a democratic paideia, through an emancipatory education process. A basic tenet of the approach adopted by this paper is that education is intrinsically linked to politics as the very meaning of education is assumed to be defined by the prevailing meaning of politics.
Education and Entry into Motherhood: The Czech Republic during State Socialism and the Transition Period (1970-1997)
Kantorová Vladimíra
Demographic Research , 2004,
Abstract: The Czech Republic presently shows one of the lowest total fertility rates (TFR) in Europe. A decline in period fertility followed the transition from a centrally planned economy to a market economy that started in 1990. In this study, we investigate women's transition to first births, focusing on the impact of female education. We make a distinction between the effects of education attainment and time elapsed since completion of education. There are two aspects to the role of education that influenced the delay of entry into motherhood in the 1990s. First, during early adulthood women spent more time in education than their contemporaries did in the era of state socialism. Second, women entered motherhood much later after completion of education than before, which contrasts with the previous pattern of a strong immediate effect the completion of studies had on first-birth risks. The decline in first-birth risks in the 1990s applies more so to women with a higher level of education than to those with a lower level. We argue that greater education differentiation of labor market opportunities and constraints brought about greater education differentiation in the timing of entry into motherhood.
Ritorno a Jumboland. Prove tecniche di democrazia affettiva
Teresa Bellucci,Renato Palma
Educazione Democratica , 2013,
Abstract: Noi pensiamo che la scuola possa essere il primo luogo nel quale valgono le regole di una democrazia affettiva, che ha nella sua costituzione il riconoscimento del diritto alla felicità nelle relazioni affettive . Educazione, a questo punto, potrebbe diventare sinonimo di affetto. Questa è la premessa. Da alcuni anni, con Teresa, stiamo verificando sul campo l’efficacia di queste idee nella quotidianità della vita scolastica in una scuola media della Toscana. Abbiamo lavorato creando collaborazioni con ragazzi giudicati irrecuperabili e dopo molte storie accumulate abbiamo deciso, quest’anno, di tenere un diario scolastico , di cui fa parte questo primo articolo.
La fabrication d'honnêtes hommes. Of hoe Maria-Theresia voorbeeldige burgers wilde boetseren in de colleges van de Oostenrijkse Nederlanden (1777-1789)
D. Leyder
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2007,
Abstract: La fabrication d’honnêtes homes. Or how Maria-Theresia tried to create model citizens in the colleges of Austrian Netherlands (1777-1789) During the second half of the 18th century, education became a political issue in large areas of Europe. The Austrian Netherlands whole-heartedly took part in this movement. Here, the government shared the optimistic believe of enlightened philosophers that education was able to mould youth and to change society in a specific way. In this article, we take a closer look at the moral and the religious education that young people received in the colleges. Focussing both on normative documents and on sources that unveil day-to-day reality in the schools, we sketch the ideal of the honest men the government wanted to fabricate, and we evaluate the results of this undertaking at different levels.
Arie Wilschut, Beelden van tijd. De rol van historisch tijdsbewustzijn bij het leren van geschiedenis
Maria Grever
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2012,
A Study on Teaching Applicable Mathematics in the Universities of Nepal
Dinesh Panthi,Ritu Basnet,K Jha
Kathmandu University Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology , 2008, DOI: 10.3126/kuset.v4i1.2888
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to analyze the program wise weightage of mathematics curriculum in universities of Nepal, in the areas of pure and applied mathematics. It also deals with the status of students' performance for mathematics at various levels. DOI: 10.3126/kuset.v4i1.2888 Kathmandu University Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Vol.4, No.1, September 2008, pp 86-94
Confluent Education in a Counseling Psychology Program  [PDF]
Paul Jenkins, Augusto Penafiel, B. Charles Tatum
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.98113
Abstract: This study examined the effectiveness of using a humanistic teaching model in a graduate level counseling program. Specifically, the Confluent Education model was implemented in a Master’s level, psychological assessment course. The results of a knowledge test suggested only marginally significant differences between the experimental and traditionally taught (control) groups. However, the results from student feedback clearly showed that the students in the experimental group preferred Confluent Education over the traditional model, which suggests that Confluent Education is more engaging and increases the student’s confidence in their counseling and critical thinking skills.
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