Generation Alpha

Generation Alpha
Author: Mark McCrindle
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2021-04-28
ISBN: 073364631X
Category: Family & Relationships
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Generation Alpha Book Excerpt:

From renowned social research experts Mark McCrindle and Ashley Fell come the insights and answers we need to help our switched-on, 21st-century kids thrive. Generation Alpha are the most globally connected generation of children ever. Covering those born between 2010 and 2024, these kids are living through an era of rapid change and a barrage of information - good, bad and fake. For parents, teachers and leaders of Generation Alpha looking for guidance on how to raise their children, worried if their kids are spending too much time on screens, concerned how global trends are impacting them and wondering how to prepare them for a world where they will live longer and work later, this is the book you need. McCrindle and Fell have interviewed thousands of children, parents, teachers, business leaders, marketers and health professionals to deliver parents and educators everything they need to know about Generation Alpha, the term Mark coined, including: * Understanding and empowering this generation * The significance of technology * How to get education right for them * The future of work * Their consumer habits and their role as influencers * Where and how this generation will live as adults * The importance of mental and physical wellbeing * What their future looks like Through meticulous research and interviews, Generation Alpha shows us what we all need to know to help this group of children shape their future ... and ours.

The Teacher of Generation Alpha

The Teacher of Generation Alpha
Author: Nihal Yurtseven
Publsiher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
Total Pages: 154
Release: 2020-02-28
ISBN: 9783631809778
Category: Creative teaching
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Teacher of Generation Alpha Book Excerpt:

Each generation brings their distinct features to classrooms, which makes teachers to rethink their instructional practices and reorganize the learning environment to accommodate students' needs. The youngest generation, called Generation Alpha, has its own traits that makes it unique and worth considering. We have prepared this book in attempt to help teachers gain a multi-dimensional perspective about effective teaching, creative thinking, handling individual differences, managing classrooms, testing, leveraging digital intelligence, and gaining data literacy skills while dealing with Generation Alpha. The book addresses all teachers, teaching any level or grade, regardless of their branch

Leading Schools in Disruptive Times

Leading Schools in Disruptive Times
Author: Mark White,Dwight L. Carter
Publsiher: Corwin Press
Total Pages: 312
Release: 2021-03-27
ISBN: 1071849840
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Leading Schools in Disruptive Times Book Excerpt:

From surviving to thriving during constant disruption The updated edition of this handbook couldn’t have come at a better time. Focusing on lessons learned from the disruptions of 2020, including the COVID school closures and the renewed pursuit of social justice, the authors show school leaders how to prepare for and respond to disruptions that are leading to a "new normal." Educators are racing to stay ahead of pandemic-scale disruptions and need a blueprint for transformation. This book will walk you through the decision-making process so you’ll be able to transform as a leader to confront the issues you’ll face in the 2020s. Features include: • Practical strategies for identifying and responding to disruptions • An overview of the CAT framework: coping, adjusting, transforming • Real-life stories from exceptional educational leaders • Tips on guiding teachers, staff, and students through the many lessons learned during the pandemic • Activities, scenarios, and practical actions to lead through complex topics that include remote learning, social justice issues, education reforms, generational differences, and social media issues The pandemic has been the biggest disruption in school history, and this will be a decade of monumental change for schools. Your stakeholders will look to you to guide them—and this book gives you the tools you need to have the mindset and practical steps to be successful in an ever-changing world.

5 Gen Leadership

5 Gen Leadership
Author: Mark White
Publsiher: Corwin Press
Total Pages: 192
Release: 2021-09-21
ISBN: 1071836994
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

5 Gen Leadership Book Excerpt:

An unprecedented leadership challenge for school administrators Today’s school leaders face the unprecedented challenge of leading five generations: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and brand-new Generation Z teachers, along with Gen Alpha, today’s youngest students. Based on extensive research and the author’s experience working with thousands of educators and students, 5-Gen Leadership addresses the nuances and expectations implicit with leading each generation. With an emphasis on developing a multi-generational lens through which to view school improvement, this book covers topics such as recruiting and retaining today’s young teachers, tailoring professional development for each generation, and helping each generation succeed in a complex, accelerating world. Readers will also find: Tactics for transitioning to 5-Gen Leadership and understanding the four distinct generations in the teaching staff Moving leadership styles from a managing model to a coaching model Advice for understanding and creating a welcoming environment for Gen Z and Gen Alpha Suggestions for closing the digital generation gaps that emerged during the COVID-19 school closures A glimpse into the future to imagine how new generations of leaders will help reshape schools by 2030 If we’re going to make the most of reforming our schools in the 2020s and keep up with the exponential rate of change in society we must understand today’s students and the four disparate generations in our staffs. This book is critical to help leaders bridge those gaps. "How do we prepare today’s students for the rapidly changing workplace and society in which they will live, work, and interact in an education system designed for a century that has passed us by? In 5-Gen Leadership: Leading 5 Generations in Schools in the 2020s, Mark White clearly provides a well-lit path to assist educators to successfully make the necessary cultural, structural and instructional changes that are needed." -Bill Daggett, Founder International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE)

Creativity as Progressive Pedagogy Examinations Into Culture Performance and Challenges

Creativity as Progressive Pedagogy  Examinations Into Culture  Performance  and Challenges
Author: Raj, Ambika Gopal
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 413
Release: 2021-11-12
ISBN: 1799882896
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Creativity as Progressive Pedagogy Examinations Into Culture Performance and Challenges Book Excerpt:

In every era, global progressive thinkers have used creativity as a means for cultural reformation and social justice in response to oppressive regimes. For example, theater, cartoons, social art, film, and other forms of representative arts have always been used as critical instigation to create agency or critical commentary on current affairs. In the education sector, teachers in schools often say one of two things: they are not creative or that they don't have the time to be creative given the curricular demands and administrative mandates that they are required to follow. Each day, educators are working to find exceptionally creative ways to engage their students with limited resources and supplies, and this becomes even more of a challenge during turbulent times. Creativity as Progressive Pedagogy: Examinations Into Culture, Performance, and Challenges primarily focuses on pedagogical creativity and culture as related to various aspects of social justice and identity. This book presents experience-based content and showcases the necessity for pedagogical creativity to give students agency and the connections between cultural sensitivity and creativity. Covering topics such as the social capital gap, digital spaces, and underprivileged students, this book is an indispensable resource for educators in both K-12 and higher education, administrators, researchers, faculty, policymakers, leaders in education, pre-service teachers, and academicians.

Creating Equitable Services for the Gifted Protocols for Identification Implementation and Evaluation

Creating Equitable Services for the Gifted  Protocols for Identification  Implementation  and Evaluation
Author: Nyberg, Julia L.,Manzone, Jessica A.
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 350
Release: 2021-11-12
ISBN: 1799881555
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Creating Equitable Services for the Gifted Protocols for Identification Implementation and Evaluation Book Excerpt:

Given the importance of the development of intellectualism and the need to ensure equity and access to learning experiences, educators at all levels must be aware of research-based protocols to identify, serve, and evaluate programs for diverse gifted learners. It is essential to understand how gifted education can increase equity in identification practices for historically underrepresented groups, what the specific curricular opportunities are that must be provided to learners to develop gifted programs, and what the key considerations are to the design and implementation of authentic and equitable programs for gifted learners. Creating Equitable Services for the Gifted: Protocols for Identification, Implementation, and Evaluation curates cutting-edge protocols in the field of gifted education related to the areas of equitable identification, implementation of services, and programmatic assessment. These protocols seek to initiate discussion and critical discourse regarding diverse gifted learners among higher education faculty, state department personnel, district administrators, and classroom teachers. Covering topics such as digital differentiation, equitable assessment, and STEM education, this text is ideal for teacher education programs, preparation programs, university degree programs, university credential programs, certificate programs, faculty, graduate students, state departments of education, superintendents, coordinators, administrators, teachers, professors, academicians, and researchers.

Emerging Concepts in Technology Enhanced Language Teaching and Learning

Emerging Concepts in Technology Enhanced Language Teaching and Learning
Author: Zou, Bin,Thomas, Michael,Barr, David,Jia, Wen
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 347
Release: 2022-01-21
ISBN: 1799889831
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Emerging Concepts in Technology Enhanced Language Teaching and Learning Book Excerpt:

For years, language teachers have increasingly been using technologies of all kinds, from computers to smartphones, to help their students learn. Current trends in TELTL (technology-enhanced language teaching and learning), such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, gamification, and social networking, appear to represent major shifts in the digital language learning landscape. However, various applications of technology to mediate language learning may be informed by reflecting not only on the present but perhaps more importantly on relevant insights from past research and practice. Emerging Concepts in Technology-Enhanced Language Teaching and Learning explores the recent development of the new technologies for language teaching and learning to gain insights into and synergy of the theories, pedagogies, technological design, and evaluation of TELTL environments for comprehending the trends and strategies of the new digital era as well as investigate the possibility of future TELTL research direction. The book includes trends shaped by contemporary issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Covering topics such as digital education tools, L2 learnings, and sentiment analysis, this book serves as an essential resource for researchers, language teachers, educational software developers, administrators, IT consultants, technologists, professors, pre-service teachers, academicians, and students.

Teacher Education for Transformative Agency

Teacher Education for Transformative Agency
Author: Carina America,Nazeem Edwards,Maureen Robinson
Publsiher: African Sun Media
Total Pages: 180
Release: 2021-01-19
ISBN: 1928480926
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Teacher Education for Transformative Agency Book Excerpt:

Many teacher education programs globally are undergoing significant changes in response to government policy, imperatives driven by global competitiveness, as well as local conditions. This is particularly relevant in the South African context where teacher education seeks to navigate from the ravages of apartheid education towards addressing the developmental needs of the majority of its citizens. This book records and explores efforts by academic staff members within the Faculty of Education at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, responding to the demands of a new program in initial teacher education. It brings together diverse views seeking to present a coherent program in the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE). It examines how curriculum design unfolds across disciplines in the program, and crucially, the commonalities in the presentation of course material. Lecturers examine the purpose, structure and content of their teaching as they engage with putting democratic policy goals into practice in the core, as well as subject-specific modules of the program.

Aligning Social Emotional and 21st Century Learning in the Classroom Emerging Research and Opportunities

Aligning Social Emotional and 21st Century Learning in the Classroom  Emerging Research and Opportunities
Author: Pincham, Linda B.,McTague, Becky
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 187
Release: 2021-06-25
ISBN: 1799841030
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Aligning Social Emotional and 21st Century Learning in the Classroom Emerging Research and Opportunities Book Excerpt:

Establishing a student-centered classroom environment where learning puts students’ interests first is essential for middle school students to learn and thrive. Student success does not simply rely on instruction; it relies on external factors such as school and classroom climate, positive relationships with their teachers and other adults, and a strong sense of belonging with their peers. The young adolescent learner is at a turning point where the need for love, belonging, and acceptance is heightened. Research studies indicate that large percentages of students lack social-emotional competence and believe their teachers do not care about them. Social-emotional learning skills are vital for young adolescents, as are 21st century skills and competencies to prepare them for an information- and technology-driven world. Aligning Social-Emotional and 21st Century Learning in the Classroom: Emerging Research and Opportunities shows teachers practical ways to combine the skills that young adolescents need (social-emotional) and the 21st century skills that they learn to create a culture of success in their middle school classrooms. This book also provides examples of education technologies that teachers can use to promote 21st century learning in their classroom. Highlighting a wide range of topics such as communication skills, critical thinking, social media, and emotional intelligence, this book is crucial for teachers, school administrators, instructional designers, K-12 educators, curriculum developers, academicians, researchers, and students.

Generation Alpha

Generation Alpha
Author: Mark McCrindle
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2021-05-13
ISBN: 1472281497
Category: Family & Relationships
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Generation Alpha Book Excerpt:

Everything you need to know about how to best raise, educate and guide Generation Alpha (born 2010-24) - the most materially endowed and technologically literate generation ever - to help them live their best life. Renowned social demographer Mark McCrindle shares everything we need to know about Generation Alpha in this accessible, fascinating book for parents and educators on how the most globally connected generation ever (born 2010-2024) will grow up, how we should parent them, what we should teach them and what we need to be aware of to ensure that we get the best out of them. Discussing the impacts of the recent Coronavirus pandemic as an educational, world health and economic crisis with a unique set of problems presented to this first-ever remote-learning generation, Mark will help parents understand how complex the life experiences of today's children truly are. From looking at digital anxieties around social media to the unprecedented rise of environmental and social consciousness at a young age, Mark McCrindle will help parents and teachers to create the best possible framework for a child's development right the way through into adulthood.

Second Life as a Virtual Playground for Language Education

Second Life as a Virtual Playground for Language Education
Author: Julian Chen
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 333
Release: 2022-12-27
ISBN: 1000807681
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Second Life as a Virtual Playground for Language Education Book Excerpt:

This insightful book offers language teachers and teachers in training the opportunity to delve into 3D virtual worlds and see the benefits they provide for effective language teaching. Based on a decade of experience teaching and researching in Second Life (SL), Chen demystifies the dos and don’ts of SL teaching and research, whilst vividly walking readers through each step of the journey. Written in an accessible, jargon-free, and personalised tone, the book is divided into three parts. Part I builds the foundation in SL research, task-based language teaching (TBLT), and understanding fundamental skills for SL teaching. Part II showcases the author’s SL teaching blog that generously unveils their task-based, SL-enabled lessons, participant observations, critical reflections, and lessons learned from each SL session. Part III is complete with the highlights of the author’s SL research and hands-on resources and tips for readers. Each chapter also features a "Checkpoint" section to gauge reader understanding of chapter content, followed by a "Your Task" section to promote learning by doing in SL. Teachers and curriculum designers will find the well-detailed and guided lesson planning useful when starting their first SL class. Graduate students and novice researchers will also find the systematically recorded data collection helpful for their SL research.

Gen Z

Gen Z
Author: Regina Luttrell,Karen McGrath
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Total Pages: 205
Release: 2021-05-08
ISBN: 1538127997
Category: Psychology
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Gen Z Book Excerpt:

Explores how Gen Z is a generation to be admired and celebrated for their superhero qualities. From the authors of The Millennial Mindset: Unraveling Fact from Fiction, comes this thought-provoking in-depth consideration of the next generation. In their book, Gen Z: The Superhero Generation, Regina Luttrell and Karen McGrath explain who this generation is, how they came to be, and the impact they will have on society. Superheroes are often defined as courageous, powerful, virtuous, and strong. Equipped with unique superpowers, these individuals stand up for what is right, battling supervillains to ensure that good prevails and all is well in the world. With a worldwide fascination surrounding superheroes, it should come as no surprise that the next generation, GenZ, display many of the characteristics found within the pages of the most popular hero-centric comic books. The Superhero Generation is making its mark and gaining recognition as the generation that is willing to once again assemble, march, speak, and defy in ways previous generations have not. In this book learn the characteristics of Gen-Zers to understand how to reach them in positive productive ways. Parents, educators, and employers will learn how to tap into the endless potential of this generation, preparing them for home, school, and workplace environments that will play to their strengths and impact the world for years to come.

Teachers Talk About What s Important Papers from 2012 International Teacher Education Dialogue Conference

Teachers Talk About What s Important Papers from 2012 International Teacher Education Dialogue Conference
Author: Jake Madden,Richard Smith
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 117
Release: 2013
ISBN: 1304075680
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Teachers Talk About What s Important Papers from 2012 International Teacher Education Dialogue Conference Book Excerpt:

This book is based on selected papers presented at the 2012 Teacher Education Dialogue staged in Coffs Harbour, Australia. The theme was "Innovation and New Ideas in Teaching and Teacher Education." With this theme in mind, chapter authors present various innovations and new ideas in teaching, teacher education and schooling related matters.

Leadership for Change in Teacher Education

Leadership for Change in Teacher Education
Author: Susan E. Elliott-Johns
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 116
Release: 2015-02-03
ISBN: 9462099324
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Leadership for Change in Teacher Education Book Excerpt:

Leadership for Change in Teacher Education: Voices of Canadian Deans of Education presents a rich sampling of diverse perspectives on the topic in a unique collection of reflections contributed by Canadian deans of education. The focus of the inquiry, “What would we hear from deans of education invited to share their perspectives on leadership for change in contemporary teacher education?” invited deans of education to reflect on the research, policies and practices currently informing their leadership. The results, fourteen engaging and provocative essays, offer important insights and increased understandings of the complex nature of their work and explore concerns raised in relation to lived experience and the multi-faceted processes of leading change for teacher education in contemporary contexts. Reflections in these short essays underscore the critical role of deans in provoking, supporting and championing new ideas and approaches to pedagogy for teacher education, and make clear the complexities inherent in leading the change. The Coda highlights the limited scope of related research available in the current literature and recommends urgent attention, in both research and practice, to the preparation of deans and support for their ongoing professional learning and sustainable leadership. This book will be of great interest to scholars, deans of education, teacher educators, university administrators and other policymakers. “Leadership for Change was a catalyst to immersing myself in this book, promising as it does the “Voices of Canadian Deans of Education”. A member of the Association of Canadian Deans of Education (ACDE) for over a decade, I have been honoured to join these voices around many conference tables and other informal sessions. The promise of important insights these voices can share is fulfilled within every one of the compelling chapters. The book reminds us of the diverse geographical, political, and theoretical contexts that enhance understandings of multiple perspectives on leadership and the complex educational challenges inherent in contemporary teacher education. A deep commitment to public education and a profound work ethic towards stellar, relevant teacher education resonates across the work of these deans of education. This thought-provoking book makes a valuable contribution to the literature on reconceptualising leadership for teacher education.” – Professor Fern Snart, Dean of Education, University of Alberta

Transforming Curriculum Through Teacher Learner Partnerships

Transforming Curriculum Through Teacher Learner Partnerships
Author: Nair, Pradeep,Keppell, Michael James,Lim, Chee Leong,Mari, TamilSalvi,Hassan, Nurhanim
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 378
Release: 2020-12-11
ISBN: 1799864472
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Transforming Curriculum Through Teacher Learner Partnerships Book Excerpt:

Empowering learners for life requires a fundamental shift in higher education curriculum design. New priorities, pedagogies, technologies, spaces, and assessment strategies are required to enable learners to take ownership of their learning. “Student-centeredness” concepts are still prescriptive in nature as most decisions on curriculum, assessment, teaching, and learning approaches are still teacher-centric. Teachers are developing student-centered learning environments without the involvement of the learners in the planning, decision making, and/or design process. In addition, some lecturers are still practicing the traditional approaches of content delivery and conventional assessment methods rather than experimenting with innovative practices suited for student-centered approaches. Therefore, there is an ongoing need for research focused on the importance and effectiveness of a paradigm shift in education that involves student-teacher partnerships, fueled by innovative teaching and learning designs, where students take an active role and contribute as partners in learning. Transforming Curriculum Through Teacher-Learner Partnerships captures experiences and evidence among teachers in exploring the possibility of active student participation in curriculum design, delivery, and assessment through teacher-learner partnership. The chapters address issues of teacher-learner partnerships in designing the learning environment and how student-centered methods create resilient, adaptable, and future-capable learners. While highlighting topics within this scope such as learner autonomy, learning performance, self-efficacy, and teaching pedagogy, this book is ideally intended for teachers, administrators, teacher educators, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in issues related to the teacher-learner partnership.

Creative Writing and Education

Creative Writing and Education
Author: Graeme Harper
Publsiher: Multilingual Matters
Total Pages: 221
Release: 2015
ISBN: 1783093536
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Creative Writing and Education Book Excerpt:

This book explores creative writing and its various relationships to education through a number of short, evocative chapters written by key players in the field. At times controversial, the book presents issues, ideas and pedagogic practices related to creative writing in and around education, with a focus on higher education. The volume aims to give the reader a sense of contemporary thinking and to provide some alternative points of view, offering examples of how those involved feel about the relationship between creative writing and education. Many of the contributors play notable roles in national and international organizations concerned with creative writing and education. The book also includes a Foreword by Philip Gross, who won the 2009 TS Eliot Prize for poetry.

I Used to Be Gifted

I Used to Be Gifted
Author: Mark Hess
Publsiher: SCB Distributors
Total Pages: 233
Release: 2022-11-29
ISBN: 1953360254
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

I Used to Be Gifted Book Excerpt:

In his new book, I Used to Be Gifted--Understanding, Nurturing, and Teaching Gifted Learners at Home and in the Classroom: Stories and Lessons from a Lifetime, long-time educator, Mark Hess, helps teachers and parents understand and nurture gifted learners and even--perhaps, in the process--themselves- by offering anecdotes, research from experts in the field, practical guides, lesson plans and units, and observations from 34 years in K-12 education. The opening chapters will help the reader understand gifted children with stories that are sometimes lighthearted, sometimes tugging on heartstrings, but always relatable and true. Through stories, readers are invited inside the experiences of giftedness--organically and congenially as if they were visiting on the author's back porch. Sit down and chat about these kids we love. Have a cookie? A glass of wine? But this book is so much more than a series of stories and an amused chuckle here and there. The stories are tied to research and observations from experts in gifted education and through a lifetime of the author's own readings in the field. In understanding our gifted learners, we hope to understand how to nurture them as well. "I Used to Be Gifted" provides the practical advice so desperately needed by teachers and parents on a daily basis. It contains four units for gifted learners appropriate for both home and school: two social-emotional units focused specifically on meeting the needs of gifted boys and girls, an engaging hands-on unit that spans the curriculum for our highly visual Generation Z students, and a series of differentiated menus which can be used by either gifted resource teachers or teachers in the regular classroom. All are kid-tested, developed, and refined over the years in the author's classrooms--elementary and middle school. In addition, links are provided to a wealth of free resources provided by the author. The section containing these units contains ready-to-print activities that can be used right away. Additionally, Mr. Hess takes the lead in exploring the lives of our younger generation of school children by dedicating an entire chapter to Generation Z and giftedness!

Scholarly Snapshots

Scholarly Snapshots
Author: Vivien L. Geneser
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 171
Release: 2022-05-09
ISBN: 1475843208
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Scholarly Snapshots Book Excerpt:

Within this book, you will read content from familiar theorists and, hopefully, discover new ways of thinking about play.

Handbook of Research on Educational Technology Integration and Active Learning

Handbook of Research on Educational Technology Integration and Active Learning
Author: Keengwe, Jared
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 435
Release: 2015-05-31
ISBN: 1466683643
Category: Education
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Handbook of Research on Educational Technology Integration and Active Learning Book Excerpt:

As today’s teachers prepare to instruct a new generation of students, the question is no longer whether technology should be integrated into the classroom, but only “how?” Forced to combat shorter attention spans and an excess of stimuli, teachers sometimes see technology as a threat rather than a potential enhancement to traditional teaching methods. The Handbook of Research on Educational Technology Integration and Active Learning explores the need for new professional development opportunities for teachers and educators as they utilize emerging technologies to enhance the learning experience. Highlighting the advancements of ubiquitous computing, authentic learning, and student-centered instruction, this book is an essential reference source for educators, academics, students, researchers, and librarians.

Borderless Education as a Challenge in the 5 0 Society

Borderless Education as a Challenge in the 5 0 Society
Author: Ade Gafar Abdullah,Vina Adriany,Cep Ubad Abdullah
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 422
Release: 2020-10-21
ISBN: 1000260488
Category: Technology & Engineering
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Borderless Education as a Challenge in the 5 0 Society Book Excerpt:

These proceedings contain a selection of papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Educational Sciences, organized on 16 November 2019. It covers themes such as philosophy and policy of teacher education; curriculum, teaching and learning approaches; learner’s characteristics in the digital era; global citizenship education; vocational education; teacher education qualification framework; management, supervision and assessment; lifelong learning for all; diversity in education; equality of educational opportunity; vocational and entrepreneurship education; and education in the industry 4.0 era.