2 edition of teaching-learning paradox found in the catalog.
1969 by Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration, University of Oregon in Eugene .
Written in English
|Contributions||Taveggia, Thomas C.,, Oregon. University. Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration|
|LC Classifications||LB2331 D8 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
Learning and Teaching This brief is based on an NEA Research working paper, “Theories of Learning and Teaching: What Do They Mean for Educators,” by Susanne M. Wilson and Penelope L. Peterson (). The working paper describes in more detail nine seminal ideas drawn from recent research on teaching and learning that have beenFile Size: KB. "The Education Revolution focuses on the whole child through both academic and social aspects of learning. This is the first text I've read that addresses the small percent of our population whose behaviors will not be eradicated through punishment. The Great Paradox of Science Why Its Conclusions Can Be Relied Upon Even Though They Cannot Be Proven Mano Singham. Addresses a significant puzzle about science and many misconceptions that people have about how science evolves; Explains how scientists arrive at consensus conclusions about which theories are best even in the absence of certainty.
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The results of a careful and systematic reanalysis of the data of almost comparative studies of different college teaching methods are reported.
No shred of evidence was found to indicate any basis for preferring one teaching method over another as measured by the performance of students on course examinations. Underlying all theories concerning the efficacy of one teaching method over Cited by: The Teaching-learning Paradox: A Comparative Analysis of College Teaching Methods Volume 18 of Casea: Monograph Volume 18 of Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration Eugene, Or: Monograph Volume 18 of Monograph (University of Oregon.
Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dubin, Robert. Teaching-learning paradox. Eugene, Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Admnistration, University of Oregon, In their study The Teaching-Learning Paradox: A Comparative Analysis of College Teaching Methods, Teaching-learning paradox book Dubin and Thomas C.
Taveggia analyze 40 years of research comparing the effectiveness of a range of college teaching methods, including lecture, discussion, tutorials, independent study, small group work, and TV courses (’s. Solving the Teaching-Learning Paradox In some respects, the results of The Teaching-Learning Paradox are a miracle.
Regardless of teaching method, despite the circumstances before them, no matter the quality of teacher or program, the students learned, and they demonstrated their learning consistently across time.
Paradox in Teaching and Learning Essay - Palmer’s third chapter speaks about paradox in teaching and learning. He describes paradox, overall, as the inner tension experienced in the heart of every teacher, competing and pulling between laughter and pain, joy teaching-learning paradox book sadness, engagement and apathy.
In this book, one of the big problem it address is the paradox of inquiry. It deal with how human acquire knowledge. The Idea is that if one already understand something or one already teaching-learning paradox book the answer for the question, then one cannot gain more knowledge by asking it.
The main characters from the first book are present once again in their second book--"Bridges To Autonomy: Paradoxes in Teaching and Learning"--which deals with the challenge of fostering a sense of responsible selfhood and autonomy in both teachers and students in an ongoing relationship of mutual respect and regard for the mind and conscience 5/5(1).
Teaching Paradox. Posts. Showing posts from January, Show all Dialectical Thinking; The Wright Way of thought (Western thought, as that is the central subject of the book) have developed alongside the conceptions of teaching, learning, and knowing. There is a flow, and Davis does a wonderful job of capturing it, between philosophy and.
THE TEACHING-LEARNING PARADOX. of instruction. To this end we have marshaled all the available data from. comparative studies of college teaching methods. We have adopted a fundamental procedure, practiced by the senior author, of adding up the data of a field, rather than the conclusions of researchers who have marshaled the data.
The subject and subjects we teach are subject to our subjectivity. Thinking the world together “Truth is found not by splitting the world into either-ors but by embracing it as both-and” (p). Paradox: An argument that inherently produces inconsistency - but also inherently.
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Ambrose and the other authors provide readable overviews of key components of the teaching. What explains this paradox. A new book, Two Cheers for Higher Education: Why American Universities Are Stronger Than Ever -- And How to Meet the Challenges They Face (Princeton University Press), argues that too many ignore the strengths in higher education and exaggerate the weaknesses.
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We also present the ‘planning paradox’ in relation to play which is one of the main issues related to a play-based approach to learning and teaching. The planning paradox states that there is a tension for teachers between the desire for children to feel a play-like freedom. The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Paradox Edited by Wendy K.
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The Courage To Teach: The Hidden Wholeness: Paradox in Teaching and Learning Bill Weber Uncategorized Ap 3 Minutes In Chapter 3 (yes, I’m only in Chapter 3, I’m a slow reader), Palmer talks about paradoxes and using paradoxes in. Zweig would argue that publishing a list of every book read in is an example of relentless self-promotion.
But then if I followed Zweig’s advice you may not hear of this fine and wise book. A catch An excellent companion book to Susan Cain’s excellent Quiet. A paradox is a statement or situation that involves two or more contradictory, mutually exclusive elements that operate at the same time.
This article examines a number of findings in motor-learning and motor-control research and categorizes them into six paradoxes. Based on those research findings, the concept of creative paradoxical thinking is : David Chen.
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Part of my personal focus for the upcoming school year is to improve my listening as a teacher. As part of my summer studies, I was introduced to a taxonomy of listening written by Brent Davis.
His book applies it mostly to the mathematics classroom, but I think it is easily transferred to the all aspects of teaching, learning, and knowing. I wrote a paper on the taxonomy that was a brief.
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Teaching presence is that part of the online teaching-learning process over which the teacher has the most direct control.
A sustained teaching presence is necessary to provide the balance between social and cognitive presence. Without this, the course can devolve Paradoxes of Online by: JB’s writings on Teaching & Learning, in particular, have a supplement in Appendix D of The American University: “A Check List of Writings and Speeches by Jacques Barzun on Educational Subjects, –”.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index The heart of a teacher: identity & integrity in teaching -- Culture of fear: education and the disconnected life -- The hidden wholeness: paradox in teaching and learning -- Knowing in community: joined by the grace of great thing -- Teaching in community: a subject-centered education -- Learning in community: the conversation Pages: