Category: Education Policy

  • Interkulturelle Beratung: Interkulturelle Kompetenzen und by Claudia Galarce

    By Claudia Galarce

    Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2101 im Fachbereich Pädagogik - Interkulturelle Pädagogik, word: 2,0, Technische Universität Dresden, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die Globalisierung und veränderte Migrationsbewegungen ermöglichen die Auseinandersetzung mit Menschen mit fremdem kulturellen Hintergrund und den daraus resultierenden gesellschaftlichen Gegebenheiten. Durch diese state of affairs treffen Individuen unterschiedlicher Kulturen als Bürger und Arbeitnehmer in einer Gesellschaft aufeinander. Das bedeutet für die Berater zum einen eine Zunahme der Zusammenarbeit mit Personen unterschiedlicher Herkunft und Kultur, zum anderen auch eine Einbindung von weiteren professionell Tätigen. in die Beratungsarbeit, da der neuen soziokulturellen und sozioökonomischen Umgebung von Ratsuchenden Rechnung getragen werden muss. Dies stellt auch eine Herausforderung für BeraterInnen dar, weil sie ihre Praxis und die Qualität ihrer Beratung verbessern müssen (Nestmann, F. 2004, S.691; Heimannsberg, B, 2000, S. 28ff.).
    Diese Verbesserung beinhaltet, dass die BeraterInnen verschiedene Fähigkeiten entwickeln müssen, da sie mit Personen mit unterschiedlichen und vielfältigen Bedürfnissen arbeiten müssen. So müssen die BeraterInnen zum Beispiel various Gesprächsfähigkeiten entwickeln, um mit Personen mit verschiedenen Nationalitäten kommunizieren zu können. Eine Atmosphäre von Vertrauen und Sicherheit muss geschaffen werden, weil in dieser shape eine kooperative Arbeit möglich ist, und die Personen dann in Ruhe ihre Probleme erzählen können und vielleicht eine Lösung finden (Ansen, H. 2006, S. 120-122),
    Die Arbeit des Beraters muss sich im Sinne der Chancengleichheit an allen Personen anderer kultureller und sprachlicher Herkunft orientieren und muss den Zugang dieser Personen in die Teamarbeit sicherstellen (Nestmann, F. 2004, S. 306).
    Durch die vorliegende Arbeit wird versucht, die folgenden Fragen zu beantworten: Warum ist es wichtig, die interkulturellen Merkmale der Beteiligten bei der interkulturellen Beratung zu beachten? Welche Ziele hat die interkulturelle Beratung? Welche Fähigkeiten müssen die BeraterInnen für die Arbeit mit interkultureller Teamarbeit oder Personen mit unterschiedlicher Herkunft entwickeln? Welche eigenen Merkmale muss der Berater beachten?
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  • Deutsche Reformpädagogik: Die pädagogische Bewegung am by Christoph Baldes

    By Christoph Baldes

    Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Pädagogik - Reformpädagogik, observe: 1,0, Universität Trier, Veranstaltung: Reformkonzepte für weiterführende Schulen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Ganztagsschule, 17 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Unter Reformpädagogik versteht guy alle Theorien und Maßnahmen, deren Ziel eine Veränderung in Erziehung, Schule und Unterricht ist. Die Geschichte der Reformpädagogik beginnt mit dem Anbruch der Modernen, ihre Hochphase erlebt sie zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Ihre Grundkonzepte führen zu neuen schulischen Formen, die meist von privaten Schulträgern verwirklicht werden. Die Reformpädagogik ist eine internationale Strömung, die vor allem in der „westlichen Welt“ anzutreffen ist, d.h. in Europa und den united states. Die Geschichte der deutschen Reformpädagogik lässt sich in drei Phasen unterteilen, die durch die Preußischen Reformen, die Pädagogische Bewegung sowie 68er-Bewegung gekennzeichnet sind. Die vorliegende Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der zweiten part der deutschen Reformpädagogik, der Pädagogischen Bewegung, die einerseits durch die Theorien Dieserwegs und andererseits durch die Überlegungen Ellen Keys geprägt ist.
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  • Gemeinden in der Schul-Governance der Schweiz: by Judith Hangartner,Markus Heinzer

    By Judith Hangartner,Markus Heinzer

    Der Band nimmt am Beispiel der Schweiz die Auswirkungen neuer Steuerungsparadigmen auf die kommunale Gestaltung der Schule in den Fokus. Die Beiträge stellen die Gemeinde ins Zentrum komplexer Verflechtungen zwischen zentraler kantonaler Steuerung und lokaler Schulpraxis. Aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse werden vorgestellt und die Implikationen und Auswirkungen des Wandels schulischer Steuerung diskutiert.


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  • The Teacher's Attention: Why Our Kids Must and Can Get by Garrett Delavan

    By Garrett Delavan


    The Teacher’s Attention is a clean tackle relationships in faculties. taking a look past our obsession with elevating try rankings, this publication acknowledges that schooling is a key associate in elevating childrens. Garrett Delavan contends that permitting scholars, educators and fogeys to navigate a smaller variety of relationships—a inspiration he calls "relationship load"—provides many merits, together with a greater likelihood at reaching equivalent entry to a superb schooling for all children.


    Delavan indicates how type measurement, college measurement, and longer-term student-teacher relationships are all both severe elements for instructing our kids ethically and effectively. After interpreting those proposed reforms intimately, Delavan additionally considers counterarguments and gives an in depth projection of prices and rate reductions, placing to leisure the idea that smaller sessions and smaller faculties are inevitably costlier. eventually, the booklet discusses attainable steps towards implementation, displaying how the author's proposed reforms are remarkably practical.


    --This textual content refers to another Kindle Edition edition.
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  • University Governance and Reform: Policy, Fads, and by H. Schuetze,W. Bruneau,G. Grosjean

    By H. Schuetze,W. Bruneau,G. Grosjean

    The fascination with the industrial worth of study, coupled with the increase of neo-liberal 'new public administration' within the public region, has resulted in the increase of a managerial category within the college. those essays concentrate on the frequent use of commercial types and marketplace ideas that experience undermined the autonomy of the professoriate.
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  • Hard Questions on Global Educational Change: Policies, by Pasi Sahlberg,Jonathan Hasak,Vanessa Rodriguez

    By Pasi Sahlberg,Jonathan Hasak,Vanessa Rodriguez

    This new publication, from across the world well known schooling pupil Pasi Sahlberg and his colleagues, specializes in the most debatable matters in modern schooling reform world wide. The authors dedicate a bankruptcy to every of those “hard questions”:

    • Does parental selection enhance schooling systems?
    • Is there a destiny for instructor unions?
    • What is the correct solution to the standardized trying out question
    • Can colleges organize childrens for the 21st-century workplace?
    • Will expertise shop schools?
    • Can somebody be a teacher?
    • Should greater schooling be for the general public good?
    • What wisdom and talents should still an educator have?

    Each academic switch query sheds much-needed gentle on today’s large-scale schooling regulations and similar reforms world wide. The authors specialize in what makes every one query globally major, what we all know from overseas learn, and what will be inferred from benchmark proof. the ultimate bankruptcy bargains a version for policymakers with implications for instructing, studying, and education total.

    “This is a powerful and interesting publication. for those who care in regards to the affects of know-how, trying out, and instructor schooling designs, then this ebook will stretch your considering and problem your assumptions.”
    Andy Hargreaves, Boston College

    “Fascinating case experiences open up our imaginations and supply clues for the main sustainable pathways ahead for educators within the years to come.”
    Dennis Shirley, Boston College

    “Features enlightening chapters with a world viewpoint for educators and instructor educators alike. hugely recommended.”
    David C. Berliner, Arizona country University

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  • Globalization, International Education Policy and Local by Carolyn A. Brown

    By Carolyn A. Brown

    This edited quantity specializes in how overseas schooling coverage, set by way of foreign policymakers and donors, impacts neighborhood schooling coverage in constructing nations. The book’s basic function is to offer voice to students from constructing nations and areas around the globe via inviting them to discover how the foreign coverage, continuously associated with overseas relief, impacts schooling coverage formation and implementation of their state or quarter and the way this effect does or doesn't meet the neighborhood cultural, social, financial, and political wishes. a comparatively contemporary and small physique of study and observation helps a discourse that questions how good overseas schooling coverage mandates similar to schooling For All serve the wishes of constructing international locations. The cause of this publication is to strengthen this discourse via giving voice to neighborhood students who realize and examine the donor process.
    The booklet could be divided into sections: the 1st part will set the level for the discussions within the moment part through delivering theoretical and old context for foreign schooling coverage. As a framework for knowing, the e-book adopts the location that overseas coverage doesn't have both the power or the cause to serve the commonly assorted wishes of improvement around the globe. foreign schooling coverage has been shaped, traditionally, via filthy rich international locations and firms ruled by way of Western  theoretical paradigms. lately, donor international locations have made an attempt to collaborate with constructing international locations in constructing foreign schooling coverage ambitions; besides the fact that, this collaboration has been limited. Following institution of the context of foreign schooling coverage, part II of the booklet presents a discussion board for students from around the globe to brazenly talk about and critique the impression of foreign coverage on schooling of their state or region.
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  • The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, by Pauline Lipman

    By Pauline Lipman

    Urban schooling and its contexts have replaced in strong methods. previous paradigms are being eclipsed through international forces of privatization and markets and new articulations of race, category, and concrete area. those components and extra set the level for Pauline Lipman's insightful research of the connection among schooling coverage and the neoliberal monetary, political, and ideological procedures which are reshaping towns within the usa and round the globe.



    Using Chicago as a case examine of the interconnectedness of neoliberal city guidelines on housing, monetary improvement, race, and schooling, Lipman explores higher implications for fairness, justice, and "the correct to the city". She attracts on scholarship in serious geography, city sociology and anthropology, schooling coverage, and demanding analyses of race. Her synthesis of those lenses offers further weight to her severe appraisal and wish for the longer term, delivering an important contribution to present arguments approximately city education and the way we expect approximately kin among neoliberal schooling reforms and the transformation of towns. by way of reading the cultural politics of why and the way those relationships resonate with people's lived event, Lipman pushes the research one step extra towards a brand new academic and social paradigm rooted in radical political and financial democracy.

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  • Tinkering toward Utopia: A Century of Public School Reform by David Tyack

    By David Tyack

    For over a century, americans have translated their cultural anxieties and hopes into dramatic calls for for tutorial reform. even if coverage speak has sounded a millennial tone, the particular reforms were slow and incremental. Tinkering towards Utopia files the dynamic pressure among american citizens' religion in schooling as a panacea and the average speed of swap in academic practices.

    In this e-book, David Tyack and Larry Cuban discover a few simple questions on the character of academic reform. Why have americans come to think that education has regressed? Have academic reforms happened in cycles, and if that is so, why? Why has it been so tricky to alter the fundamental institutional styles of education? What really occurred while reformers attempted to "reinvent" schooling?

    Tyack and Cuban argue that the ahistorical nature of most modern reform proposals magnifies defects and understates the trouble of fixing the method. coverage speak has alternated among lamentation and overconfidence. The authors recommend that reformers this day have to specialise in how you can aid academics enhance guide from the interior out rather than decreeing swap through handheld remote control, and that reformers also needs to take into consideration the democratic reasons that consultant public education.

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