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  1. Transforming higher education in Asia and Africa : strategic planning and policy

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    Transforming higher education in Asia and Africa : strategic planning and policy

    2020
    Summary: "Drawing on over fifty years of on-the-ground experience, Fred M. Hayward's Transforming Higher Education in Asia and Africa analyzes change processes in higher education in eight Asian and African countries. The twelve cases range from the push to upgrade and transform higher education in Afghanistan in the midst of a war to the successful struggle against apartheid in South African institutions as well as thwarted efforts in Sierra Leone and Madagascar. Providing both practical lessons learned and hope for communities globally, Hayward demonstrates that higher education change and even transformation, which is more fundamental and structural, can occur even in the most difficult environments. Successful transformation requires well-crafted strategic and budget plans with careful implementation, monitoring, and effective leadership at multiple levels. Yet also critical are a commitment to human development, a desire for freedom and belief in democracy, and recognition that high-quality higher education is essential to national development"
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    Print version: Hayward, Fred M. ; Transforming higher education in Asia and Africa, The critical role of high quality higher education for national development -- Prelude to planning in higher education -- Leading change in Pakistan higher education -- Afghan higher education : change in a war environment -- Bringing national higher education transformation to South Africa -- Three cases of institutional transformation in South African strategic planning; The University of Fort Hare, The University of the North, and Peninsula Technikon -- Challenges for higher education change in Sierra Leone -- Fostering higher education change in Uganda -- Madagascar : higher education change thwarted -- Ghana : building transformation at the University for Development Studies -- The University of Malawi : coalition and team building for effective change -- Strategic planning challenges at Kabul Polytechnic University -- Implications for leadership and leading transformational change in developing and underdeveloped countries -- The nature of transformational change in higher education in underdeveloped and developing countries -- Conclusions : what does this suggest for higher education change in underdeveloped and developing countries in the future?
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781438478470, 143847847X
    Udgiver: 
    State University of New York Press
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  2. Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) in practice : defining "servingness" at HSIs

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    Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) in practice : defining "servingness" at HSIs

    2020
    Summary: "As the general population of Latinxs in the United States burgeons, so does the population of college-going Latinx students. With more Latinxs entering college, the number of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), which are not-for-profit, degree granting postsecondary institutions that enroll at least 25% Latinxs, also grows, with 523 institutions now meeting the enrollment threshold to become HSIs. But as they increase in number, the question remains: What does it mean to serve Latinx students? This edited book, Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) in Practice: Defining "Servingness" at HSIs, fills an important gap in the literature. It features the stories of faculty, staff, and administrators who are defining "servingness" in practice at HSIs. Servingness is conceptualized as the ability of HSIs to enroll and educate Latinx students through a culturally enhancing approach that centers Latinx ways of knowing and being, with the goal of providing transformative experiences that lead to both academic and non-academic outcomes. In this book, practitioners tell their stories of success in defining servingness at HSIs. Specifically, they provide empirical and practical evidence of the results and outcomes of federally funded HSI grants, including those funded by Department of Education Title III and V grants. This edited book is ideal for higher education practitioners and scholars searching for best practices for HSIs in the United States. Administrators at HSIs, including presidents, provosts, deans, and boards of trustees, will find the book useful as they seek out ways to effectively serve Latinx and other minoritized students. Faculty who teach in higher education graduate programs can use the book to highlight practitioner engaged scholarship. Legislators and policy advocates, who fight for funding and support for HSIs at the federal level, can use the book to inform and shape a research-based Latinx educational policy agenda. The book is essential as it provides a framework that simplifies the complex phenomenon known as servingness. As HSIs become more significant in the U.S. higher education landscape, books that provide empirically based, practical examples of servingness are necessary"
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    Bidrag af: 
    Gina Ann Garcia (1978-)
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    Print version: Hispanic serving institutions in practice, Preface : Defining "servingness" in practice at Hispanic serving institutions (HSIs) / Gina A. Garcia -- 1. Connecting research, practice, and policy to define "servingness" at Hispanic serving institutions / Gina A. Garcia and Emily R. Koren -- 2. Building an HSI brand: a case study of California Lutheran University / Paloma Vargas and Matthew Ward -- 3. Becoming a racially just Hispanic serving institution (HSI): a case study of the University of California, Santa Cruz / Pablo Guillermo Reguerín, Juan Poblete, Catherine R. Cooper, Arnold Sánchez Ordaz, and René Moreno -- 4. Professional development for faculty and staff at a Hispanic serving institution: a prerequisite to serving minoritized students / Felicia D. Griffin-Fennell and Jane Ellen Lerner -- 5. Using interactive theater to strengthen holistic advising at a Hispanic serving institution / Arnold Sánchez Ordaz, Pablo Guillermo Reguerín and Sara E. Sánchez -- 6. Redesigning the gateway college algebra course with inclusive and asset-based pedagogy: rethinking "servingness" at a Hispanic serving institution / Nandini Bhattacharya, Arnold Sánchez Ordaz, Eduardo Mosqueda, and Catherine R. Cooper -- 7. Considering digital technology and innovative learning spaces as "structures for serving" at Hispanic serving institutions / Victor M. Davila and Ricardo Montelongo -- 8. Creating community engaged partnerships to foster trust with STEM & Hispanic serving institutions / Lorenzo Ramirez and Diane Rodriguez-Kiino -- 9. HSIs and community partners: a framework for strengthening servingness through engagement / Marla A. Franco, Guadalupe I. Lozano, and Vignesh Subbian -- 10. Unifying equity practice, research, and policies at a Hispanic-serving research institution for systemic servingness / Catherine R. Cooper, Pablo Guillermo Reguerín, Charis Herzon, Arnold Sánchez Ordaz, Elizabeth Gonzalez, and Maria Rocha-Ruiz -- 11. Academic mindset development at a Hispanic-serving institution: the impact of implicit beliefs on academic achievement / Eddie Beltran, Brook G. Masters, and Diane Rodriguez-Kiino -- 12. Yes, you are my business!: examining the effects of intrusive advising at a Hispanic-serving community college / Norma V. Jimenez Hernandez -- 13. Academic mindset development at a Hispanic-serving institution: using non-academic outcomes as indicators of "serving" STEM students / Brook G. Masters. Eddie Beltran, and Diane Rodriguez-Kiino -- 14. Defining servingness through learning communities: sense of belonging for Latinx STEM transfer students at an HSI / Erika E.B. Kato and Eric R. Marinez -- 15. The "Latin@s in academia" lecture series: testimonio as a tool for enhancing cultural validation, belongingness, and graduate school aspirations at an HSI / Maritere López, Andrea Cortés Maravilla, and Larissa Mercado-Lopez -- 16. Mentorship and cultural belonging for first generation and transfer students at an HSI in South Texas / Paul J. Rodriguez and Rhonda M. Gonzales -- 17. Engaging families to foster holistic success of low-income, Latinx first-generation students at a Hispanic-serving institution / Rebecca Covarrubias, Andrea Vazquez, René Moreno, Judith Estrada, Ibette Valle, and Kimberly Zuñiga -- About the contributors
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781648020186, 1648020186
    Udgiver: 
    Information Age Publishing, Inc.
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  3. The Brutish Museums : the Benin bronzes, colonial violence and cultural restitution

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    The Brutish Museums : the Benin bronzes, colonial violence and cultural restitution

    2020
    Summary: Walk into any European museum today and you will see the curated spoils of Empire. They sit behind plate glass: dignified, tastefully lit. Accompanying pieces of card offer a name, date and place of origin. They do not mention that the objects are all stolen. Few artefacts embody this history of rapacious and extractive colonialism better than the Benin Bronzes - a collection of thousands of metal plaques and sculptures depicting the history of the Royal Court of the Obas of Benin City, Nigeria. Pillaged during a British naval attack in 1897, the loot was passed on to Queen Victoria, the British Museum and countless private collections. The story of the Benin Bronzes sits at the heart of a heated debate about cultural restitution, repatriation and the decolonisation of museums. In The Brutish Museum, Dan Hicks makes a powerful case for the urgent return of such objects, as part of a wider project of addressing the outstanding debt of colonialism
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    Dan Hicks is Professor of Contemporary Archaeology at the University of Oxford and Curator at the Pitt Rivers Museum. His award-winning research focuses on the restitution of African cultural heritage from Euro-American collections, focusing on the place of ideas of cultural whiteness in ongoing histories of colonial violence, Print version: Hicks, Dan, 1972- ; Brutish Museums, Preface -- 1. The Gun That Shoots Twice -- 2. A Theory of Taking -- 3. Necrography -- 4. White Projection -- 5. World War Zero -- 6. Corporate-Militarist Colonialism -- 7. War on Terror -- 8. The Benin-Niger-Soudan Expedition -- 9. The Sacking of Benin City -- 10. Democide -- 11. Iconoclasm -- 12. Looting -- 13. Necrology -- 14. 'The Museum of Weapons, etc.' -- 15. Chronopolitics -- 16. A Declaration of War -- 17. A Negative Moment -- 18. Ten Thousand Unfinished Events -- Afterword: A Decade of Returns -- Appendix I -- Appendix II -- Appendix III -- Appendix IV -- Appendix V -- Notes -- References -- Index
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781786806857, 9781786806840, 9781786806833, 1786806851, 1786806843, 1786806835
    Udgiver: 
    Pluto Press
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  4. Is two-tier health care the future?

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    Is two-tier health care the future?

    2020
    Summary: "Canadians are deeply worried about wait times for health and this book explores whether or not two-tier health care is a solution. Entrepreneurial doctors and private clinics are bringing Charter challenges to existing laws restrictive of a two-tier system. They argue (wrongly in our view) that Canada is an outlier amongst developed countries in limiting options to jump the queue. In this book, leading researchers explore the public and private mix in Canada and within countries such as Australia, Germany, France and Ireland. We explain the history and complexity of interactions between public and private funding of health care. We also explain the many regulations and policies found in different countries used to both inhibit and sometimes to encourage two-tier care (for example, tax breaks). If a Canadian court strikes down laws restrictive of two-tier, Canadian governments can (i) permit and even encourage two-tier care to grow; (ii) pass new regulations that allow a small measure of two-tier care; or (iii) take positive steps to eliminate wait times in Canadian health care, and thereby reduce demand for two-tier care. We argue for option three as the best means to ensure Canadian principles of equity in access, ensure timely care, and fend off constitutional challenges. This work is critical not only for court challenges but also for Canadian governments who need the best evidence possible about different approaches to regulating two-tier care if they are forced by a court to revisit existing laws as a result of a successful Charter challenge."
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    Bidrag af: 
    Colleen M. Flood, Bryan Thomas (1973-)
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    Print version: Is two-tier health care the future?, Cover -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Introduction: The Courts and Two-Tier Medicare -- Part I: The Context and Contestations of Public and Private in the Canadian Health Care System -- 1. Private Finance and Canadian Medicare: Learning from History -- 2. Chaoulli to Cambie: Charter Challenges to the Regulation of Private Care -- 3. Borders, Fences, and Crossings: Regulating Parallel Private Finance in Health Care -- 4. Chaoulli v Quebec: Cause or Symptom of Quebec Health System Privatization?, 5. Experiences with Two-Tier Home Care in Canada: A Focus on Inequalities in Home Care Use by Income in Ontario -- 6. Self-Regulation as a Means of Regulating Privately Financed Medicare: What Can We Learn from the Fertility Sector? -- Part II: Is Canada Odd? Looking at the Regulation of Public/Private Mix of Health Care in Other Countries -- 7. The Politics of Market-Oriented Reforms: Lessons from the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Netherlands -- 8. The Public-Private Mix in Health Care: Reflections on the Interplay between Social and Private Insurance in Germany, 9. The Public-Private Mix in France: A Case for Two-Tier Health Care? -- 10. Embracing Private Finance and Private Provision: The Australian System -- 11. Embracing and Disentangling from Private Finance: The Irish System -- 12. Contracting Our Way Around Two-Tier Care? The Use of Physician Contracts to Limit Dual Practice -- Conclusion: The Complex Dynamics of Canadian Medicare and the Constitution -- Contributors' Biographies -- Acknowlegments -- Index -- Back Cover
    ISBN nr.: 
    9780776628103, 9780776628097, 9780776628080, 0776628100, 0776628097, 0776628089
    Udgiver: 
    University of Ottawa Press
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  5. Service-learning to advance access and success : bridging institutional and community capacity

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    Service-learning to advance access and success : bridging institutional and community capacity

    2019
    Summary: "In an effort to support these movements, this volume of the Advances in Service-Learning Research series, Service-Learning to Advance Access & Success: Bridging Institutional and Community Capacity, focuses on how service-learning can advance access and success. Not simply access and success of students, but the ways that service-learning can advance access and success for all through bridging institutional and community capacity building. The chapters in this volume serve as a testament to the ways in which service-learning research continue to be advanced by thoughtful scholar-practitioners. The 12 chapters included in this volume are organized into three sections. The first section focuses on how institutional and community partnerships can be leveraged to build community capacity. The second section focuses on how institutions might build their own capacity to effect change for the good of society. The third and final section focuses on six studies exploring the relationship service-learning pedagogy has with access and success for students. Of the six studies, three are situated within the context of teacher-preparation programs"
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    Bidrag af: 
    Travis York, Alan S. Tinkler (1965-), Barri E. Tinkler
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    Print version: Service-learning to advance access and success, An assessment framework for embedding significant and sustainable activity-based, course-based, and program-based service-learning / Rebecca Pearson and Naomi Jeffery Peterson -- Building community capacity through university-city collaborations : a case study of the Austin City Hall fellows program / Chloe Latham Sikes, Tracie Lowe, and Suchitra Gururaj -- Building communication capacities within nonprofits through service-learning / Dennis McCunney and Guiseppe Getto -- Transforming institutional capacity for community-based learning : leveraging engaged department initiatives into a campus-wide community of practice / Karyn E. Rabourn, Danielle Lake, Nicholas O. Scobey, and Gloria Mileva -- Co-creating service-learning : the importance of true partnerships / Julianne Gassman, Emily J. Shields, Katie Kleinhesselink, and Elaine K. Ikeda -- The community-based learning coordinator model : investing in infrastructure for community impact through service-learning / Connie Snyder Mick, Annie Cahill Kelly, and Sam Centella -- Addressing the problem with service : community formation democratization, and community-based learning pedagogy / R. Tyler Derreth -- Learning to collaborate : intersections of the classroom and community / Patricia M. Ryan, Shirley M. Matteson, and Valerie O. Paton -- Planting seeds through service : a qualitative approach to assessing student civic learning through community partnerships / Laura Martin, Lakyre'a Janae Owens, and Albert Nylander -- Advancing democracy in teacher education : service- learning in third space partnerships / Michael Kopish -- Rethinking teacher education : lessons learned from a mandatory community-based service-learning program / Gary Harfitt and Jessie Mei Ling Chow -- Preservice EFL teachers' perceptions and their reflected experiences in a service-learning course / Yasemin Kirkgoz
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781641134767, 1641134763
    Udgiver: 
    Information Age Publishing, Inc.
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    voksenmaterialer
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  6. Becoming Hispanic-serving institutions : opportunities for colleges and universities

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    Becoming Hispanic-serving institutions : opportunities for colleges and universities

    2019
    Summary: "Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)--not-for-profit, degree-granting colleges and universities that enroll at least 25 percent or more Latinx students--are among the fastest-growing segments in America. They now represent 13 percent of all postsecondary institutions in the United States and enroll 62 percent of all Latinx college students. As they increase in number, the question remains: What does it mean to serve Latinx students? What special needs does this student demographic have? What opportunities develop when a college or university becomes an HSI? Using multiple case studies, Gina Ann Garcia explores how institutions are developing ways to serve Latinx students and how those institutions confront the tensions that emerge from confronting traditional standards for postsecondary institutions, which include indicators of prestige, selectivity, graduation rates, and federal research dollars"
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    Print version: Garcia, Gina Ann, 1978- ; Becoming Hispanic-serving institutions, Introduction. What it means to serve -- Creating the dominant narrative: the racialization of postsecondary institutions -- White institutions becoming HSIS: the case of Chicago -- Enhancing the cultural experience of Latinx students -- Serving the Latinx community in the third space -- Pushing the bar on legitimized outcomes -- Reframing the HSI narrative
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421427386, 1421427389
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
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  7. Shaping the metropolis : institutions and urbanization in the United States and Canada

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    Shaping the metropolis : institutions and urbanization in the United States and Canada

    2019
    Summary: "Rising income inequality and concentrated poverty threaten the social sustainability of North American cities. Suburban growth endangers sensitive ecosystems, water supplies, and food security. Existing urban infrastructure is crumbling while governments struggle to pay for new and expanded services. Can our inherited urban governance institutions and policies effectively respond to these problems? In Shaping the Metropolis Zack Taylor compares the historical development of American and Canadian urban governance, both at the national level and through specific metropolitan case studies. Examining Minneapolis-St Paul and Portland, Oregon, in the United States, and Toronto and Vancouver in Canada, Taylor shows how differences in the structure of governing institutions in American states and Canadian provinces cumulatively produced different forms of urban governance. Arguing that since the nineteenth century American state governments have responded less effectively to rapid urban growth than Canadian provinces, he shows that the concentration of authority in Canadian provincial governments enabled the rapid adoption of coherent urban policies after the Second World War, while dispersed authority in American state governments fostered indecision and catered to parochial interests. Most contemporary policy problems, and their solutions, are to be found in cities. Shaping the Metropolis shows that urban governance encompasses far more than local government, and that states and provinces have always played a central role in responding to urban policy challenges and will continue to do so in the future."
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    Shaping the metropolis -- The institutional foundations of governance -- The development of national patterns of urban governance -- Toronto -- Minneapolis-St. Paul -- Vancouver -- Portland -- Urban governance, past and future
    ISBN nr.: 
    9780773558434, 9780773558427, 0773558438, 077355842X
    Udgiver: 
    McGill-Queen's University Press
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  8. Libraries that learn : keys to managing organizational knowledge

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    Libraries that learn : keys to managing organizational knowledge

    2019
    Summary: "Sharing organizational knowledge supports onboarding, coaching, mentoring, and the day-to-day smooth functioning of the workplace. So why are the procedures, policies, and best practices for your organization often so hard to find? Although the term knowledge management might conjure up images of a bureaucratic labyrinth, essentially it means getting the right information to the right people at the right time. A lot of that information is embedded in work practices or may be siloed where it can't easily be shared; managing it successfully hinges on effective communication with every person on your team. This book surveys approaches to knowledge management (KM) that address hierarchical power structures and internal competition to get measurable results"
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    Bidrag af: 
    Jennifer A. Bartlett, Spencer Acadia
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    Print version: Libraries that learn, Overview and context: Histories, theories, and perspectives in knowledge management / Spencer Acadia. Challenges and issues in managing organizational knowledge / Spencer Acadia and Jennifer A. Bartlett. Conceptual and technological tools for knowledge management / Jennifer A. Bartlett and Spencer Acadia. Predicting the future of knowledge management / H. Frank Cervone Case studies Chaos controlled : a special library's approach to knowledge management / Linna R. Agne and Debra P. Brookhart. Fostering knowledge sharing among liaison librarians / Diana Dill and Alice Kalinowski. Managing knowledge, managing change : an interim leadership experience / Rachael Dreyer and Jennie Levine Knies. Using LibAnswers to create an internal staff handbook / Jeremiah Paschke-Wood and Anne E. Wilson. From wiki to blog : an academic library's journey to a collaborative knowledge management system / Junior Tidal. Securing knowledge before employee departure: do wikis work? / Nancy J. Weiner
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    9780838918456, 083891845X
    Udgiver: 
    ALA Editions
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    voksenmaterialer
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  9. Combating hatred : transformational educators striving for social justice

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    Combating hatred : transformational educators striving for social justice

    2019
    Second edition
    Summary: Combating Hatred provides several practical case studies of teachers, administrators, and school board members who have successfully combated intolerance, prejudice, and hatred in their schools
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    Print version: Furin, Terrance L., 1940- ; Combating hatred, Chapter 1: Combating hatred and creating leadership from within -- Chapter 2: Combating a neo-Nazi hate group -- Chapter 3: Combating student alienation that can lead to hatred and violence -- Chapter 4: Educators combating racial hatred -- Chapter 5: Combating hatred from the religious right -- Chapter 6: Transformational educational leaders: Creating communities that changed worlds
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781475842968, 1475842961
    Udgiver: 
    Rowman & Littlefield
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  10. In search of deeper learning : the quest to remake the American high school

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    In search of deeper learning : the quest to remake the American high school

    2019
    Summary: "An award-winning professor and an accomplished educator, Jal Mehta and Sarah Fine take us beyond the hype of reform and inside some of America's most innovative classrooms to show what is working--and what isn't. In a world where test scores have been king, this boldly humanistic book offers a rich account of what education can be at its best."
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    Print version: Mehta, Jal ; In search of deeper learning, Introduction -- The state of deeper learning in American high schools -- The progressive frontier: project-based learning -- No excuses schools: benefits and tradeoffs -- International baccalaureate: a system for deeper learning? -- The comprehensive high school: performance versus learning -- Deeper learning at the margins: why the periphery is often more vital than the core -- Deeper teaching: rigor, joy and apprenticeship -- Mastery, identity, creativity, and the future of schooling
    ISBN nr.: 
    9780674239951, 0674239954
    Udgiver: 
    Harvard University Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1089729135|980|a