The Subject Matters

The Subject Matters
Author: Susan S. Stodolsky
Publsiher: University of Chicago Press
Total Pages: 196
Release: 1988-04-25
Genre: Education
ISBN: 0226775119

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To achieve quality education in American schools, we need a better understanding of the way classroom instruction works. Susan S. Stodolsky addresses this need with her pioneering analysis of the interrelations between forms of instruction, levels of student involvement, and subject matter. Her intensive observation of fifth-grade math and social studies classes reveals that subject matter, a variable overlooked in recent research, has a profound effect on instructional practice. Stodolsky presents a challenge to educational research. She shows that classroom activities are coherent actions shaped by the instructional context—especially what is taught. Stodolsky contradicts the received view of both teaching and learning as uniform and consistent. Individual teachers arrange instruction very differently, depending on what they are teaching, and students respond to instruction very differently, depending on the structure and demands of the lesson. The instructional forms used in math classes, a "basic" subject, and social studies classes, an "enrichment" subject, differ even when the same teacher conducts both classes. Social studies classes show more diversity in activities, while math classes are very similar to one another. Greater variety is found in social studies within a given teacher's class and when different teachers' classes are compared. Nevertheless, in the classrooms Stodolsky studied, the range of instructional arrangements is very constricted. Challenging the "back to basics" movement, Stodolsky's study indicates that, regardless of subject matter, students are more responsive to instruction that requires a higher degree of intellectual complexity and performance, to learning situations that involve them in interaction with their peers, and to active modes of learning. Stodolsky also argues that students develop ideas about how to learn a school subject, such as math, by participating in particular activities tied to instruction in the subject. These conceptions about learning are unplanned but enduring and significant consequences of schooling. The Subject Matters has important implications for instructional practice and the training, education, and supervision of teachers. Here is a new way of understanding the dynamics of teaching and learning that will transform how we think about schools and how we study them.

Subject Matters

Subject Matters
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 244
Release: 2022-02-22
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9789004455986

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What can we currently make of ‘the subject'? Under the sway of structuralism and poststructuralism, critical thinking took a distinctly negative turn, effectively disqualifying any form of subjectivity as a reference point in discussions of textual or literary meaning. Since the mid-1970s, however, throughout the human sciences, human agency has been restored as both a methodological principle and an ethical value: a phenomenon broadly designated as ‘the return of the subject'. Yet the returning subject bears the traces of its problematization... The present collection of essays explores the ways in which the subject now ‘matters', both in principle and in the variety of critical approaches in authorizes. Essays, which are both literary and theoretical in character, cover authors, texts and issues in French literature from Descartes to the present. A wide range of types of writing is examined, from established forms such as the novel to relatively marginal and generically unsystematized discursive practices such as automatic writing and the ‘récit de rêve'. Though it shuns ‘closure' in a matter which remains ultimately elusive, this book offers some account of the types of answer which remain open and of those we have learned to leave behind.

SUBJECT MATTERS

SUBJECT MATTERS
Author: Tony Sanders
Publsiher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 80
Release: 2014-03-25
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781493165612

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SUBJECT MATTERS is a collection of prose poems that brings to mind the static magic of Robbe-Grillet's SNAPSHOTS or the haunting precision of Killarney Clary's WHO WHISPERED NEAR ME. As the title implies, the subject does matter. Sanders allows his imagination to unleash itself in search of salvation much more than knowledge. If the reader feels on unsure footing in these mostly tri-partite pieces, it is because the author does too, with glee. No stone is left unturned as Sanders careens from poem to poem. The parade of images and pageant of emotion in the end is both delightful and disturbing. As the poet writes, "the empire of ego was spellbound." And remains so.

Chinese University education journal

Chinese University education journal
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1980
Genre: Education
ISBN: WISC:89015060734

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Subject Matter

Subject Matter
Author: Joyce E. Chaplin
Publsiher: Harvard University Press
Total Pages: 428
Release: 2003-02-28
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780674029439

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With this sweeping reinterpretation of early cultural encounters between the English and American natives, Joyce E. Chaplin thoroughly alters our historical view of the origins of English presumptions of racial superiority, and of the role science and technology played in shaping these notions. By placing the history of science and medicine at the very center of the story of early English colonization, Chaplin shows how contemporary European theories of nature and science dramatically influenced relations between the English and Indians within the formation of the British Empire. In Chaplin's account of the earliest contacts, we find the English--impressed by the Indians' way with food, tools, and iron--inclined to consider Indians as partners in the conquest and control of nature. Only when it came to the Indians' bodies, so susceptible to disease, were the English confident in their superiority. Chaplin traces the way in which this tentative notion of racial inferiority hardened and expanded to include the Indians' once admirable mental and technical capacities. Here we see how the English, beginning from a sense of bodily superiority, moved little by little toward the idea of their mastery over nature, America, and the Indians--and how this progression is inextricably linked to the impetus and rationale for empire.

The Power of the Media in Health Communication

The Power of the Media in Health Communication
Author: Valentina Marinescu,Bianca Mitu
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 206
Release: 2016-04-20
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781317019510

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Health is a contested concept that has been defined in numerous ways. The media is extremely powerful in promoting health beliefs and in creating role models for contemporary people. The ways in which health is defined or understood can have wide-ranging implications and can have an impact on issues such as health promotion or health literacy. Health presentation in the media has a significant social impact because this type of message is important in changing people's beliefs, attitudes and behaviours relating to health and in promoting health-related knowledge among the target audience. The present volume provides an interdisciplinary and multicultural contemporary approach to the controversial link between medicine and media. The authors that have contributed to this volume analyse the media and medicine from different perspectives and different countries (USA, UK, Portugal, Turkey, Taiwan, Mexico, Estonia, Romania), thus offering a re-positioning of the study of media and medicine. The new perspectives offered by this volume will be of interest to any health communication or media studies student or academic since they bring to light new ideas, new methodologies and new results.

The Subject s Point of View

The Subject s Point of View
Author: Assistant Professor of Philosophy Katalin Farkas,Katalin Farkas
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 197
Release: 2008-08-14
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 9780199230327

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In contrast, this book defends the minority internalist view, which holds that the mind is autonomous, and though it is obviously affected by the environment, this influence is merely contingent and does not delimit what is thinkable in principle."--BOOK JACKET.

The Collected Works of Cassius Jackson Keyser

The Collected Works of Cassius Jackson Keyser
Author: Cassius Jackson Keyser
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1947
Genre: Mathematics
ISBN: UOM:39015040407515

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Schooling in America

Schooling in America
Author: Seymour Bernard Sarason
Publsiher: New York : Free Press ; London : Collier Macmillan
Total Pages: 194
Release: 1983
Genre: Education
ISBN: UOM:39015004874866

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Sarason contends that "the chasm between schools and the 'real world' has become virtually unbridgeable." Pub. note.

Sessional Papers Legislature of the Province of Ontario

Sessional Papers   Legislature of the Province of Ontario
Author: Ontario. Legislative Assembly
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1908
Genre: Ontario
ISBN: UOM:39015069392796

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Sovereign Subjects

Sovereign Subjects
Author: Aileen Moreton-Robinson
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2020-08-02
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781000247398

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Indigenous rights in Australia are at a crossroads. Over the past decade, neo-liberal governments have reasserted their claim to land in Australia, and refuse to either negotiate with the Indigenous owners or to make amends for the damage done by dispossession. Many Indigenous communities are in a parlous state, under threat both physically and culturally. In Sovereign Subjects some of Indigenous Australia's emerging and well-known critical thinkers examine the implications for Indigenous people of continuing to live in a state founded on invasion. They show how for Indigenous people, self-determination, welfare dependency, representation, cultural maintenance, history writing, reconciliation, land ownership and justice are all inextricably linked to the original act of dispossession by white settlers and the ongoing loss of sovereignty. At a time when the old left political agenda has run its course, and the new right is looking increasingly morally bankrupt, Sovereign Subjects sets a new rights agenda for Indigenous politics and Indigenous studies.

Persuasion Reflection Judgment

Persuasion  Reflection  Judgment
Author: Rodolphe Gasché
Publsiher: Indiana University Press
Total Pages: 278
Release: 2017-04-03
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 9780253025852

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As one of the most respected voices of Continental philosophy today, Rodolphe Gasché pulls together Aristotle's conception of rhetoric, Martin Heidegger's debate with theory, and Hannah Arendt's conception of judgment in a single work on the centrality of these themes as fundamental to human flourishing in public and political life. Gasché's readings address the distinctively human space of the public square and the actions that occur there, and his valorization of persuasion, reflection, and judgment reveals new insight into how the philosophical tradition distinguishes thinking from other faculties of the human mind.

Wiley CPAexcel Exam Review 2014 Study Guide

Wiley CPAexcel Exam Review 2014 Study Guide
Author: O. Ray Whittington
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 768
Release: 2013-11-08
Genre: Study Aids
ISBN: 9781118863510

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Everything today's CPA candidates need to pass the CPA Exam Published annually, this Auditing and Attestation volume of the comprehensive four-volume paperback reviews all current AICPA content requirements in auditing and attestation. Many of the questions are taken directly from previous CPA exams. With 2,800 multiple-choice questions in all four volumes, these study guides provide all the information candidates need to master in order to pass the computerized Uniform CPA Examination. Its unique modular format helps you zero in on those areas that need more attention and organize your study program. Complete sample exam The most effective system available to prepare for the CPA exam—proven for over thirty years Timely—up-to-the-minute coverage for the computerized exam Contains all current AICPA content requirements in auditing and attestation Unique modular format—helps candidates zero in on areas that need work, organize their study program, and concentrate their efforts Comprehensive questions—over 2,800 multiple-choice questions and their solutions in the four volumes Guidelines, pointers, and tips—show how to build knowledge in a logical and reinforcing way Other titles by Whittington: Audit Sampling: An Introduction, Fifth Edition Wiley CPA Exam Review 2014 arms test-takers with detailed outlines, study guidelines, and skill-building problems to help candidates identify, focus on, and master the specific topics that need the most work.

The Balance Sheet

The Balance Sheet
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1959
Genre: Business education
ISBN: UOM:39015070345221

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A Cyclopedia of Education

A Cyclopedia of Education
Author: Paul Monroe
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1913
Genre: Education
ISBN: UOM:39015074135347

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