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Dance Education and Problems with Teacher Train...
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership, grade: 1, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, course: Research in Dance, language: English, abstract: Currently, in education, there is a movement towards the necessity of a greater representation of highly qualified teachers in schools. Why is there a lack of representation of dance education in the certification of educators for K-12 students? I propose that many states will not allow these programs to exist for fear of lack of enrollment (which is a real problem), and for the fact that governments tend to focus on what is wrong with the inclusion of dance education in training programs, and ignore what is already working. It is much easier, for example, to say that there are not enough schools which offer dance to justify a dance teacher training program than to admit that teacher training programs in dance could, possibly, help raise the number of schools who have dance programs. There is a shift in the idea of educational reforms which exist within this context, and these shift are spearheaded by a few educators that truly care about the state of education today. My research explores what sort of reforms can happen when the United States, as a nation, push towards finding an exemplar example of what works in the teacher training programs (in dance, in particular), and examine the philosophical and curricular viewpoints that are working. To do this, I will be conducting a close case study on a successful BEd dance program that thrives in Toronto: York University - the only accrediting dance education program in Canada, and certainly one of the most successful in North America. I will focus on what sort of practices York uses to be so successful - including curriculum uniqueness, contact with students, holistic relationships and the creative approaches they take towards dance teacher education. I will then take these concepts and see how other teacher training and BEd programs across North America can adopt these as well as some philosophical viewpoints into their curriculum in an attempt to possibly shift the view of dance education in society as a whole.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Monterey Secondary College
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Monterey Secondary College is a public, secondary, day school located in the Melbourne suburb of Frankston North in Victoria, Australia. It was established in 1994 following the merger of Monterey High School and Monterey Technical School, both which were founded during the late 1960s. It now occupies the former Monterey Technical School's campus on Silvertop Street. The college has a long-standing reputation for excellence in performing and visual arts, notably its college bands and Rock Eisteddfod team. It is also notable for its strong student leadership structure. It has an enrollment of approximately 860 students.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Public funding reduction for higher education i...
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This book chronicles the change in public funding for post secondary education in Colorado from 1970 to 2010. Colorado was ranked sixth among states in per capita funding for higher education in 1970 and declined to 48th in 2010. The study analyzed state appropriations in five broad categories of spending: K-12 primary education, health and human services, courts and criminal justice, and all remaining functions of state government. Findings demonstrate that since 1970, after adjusting for inflation, state general fund budget appropriations have increased by much greater percentages for K-12 education, health and human services, and the courts and criminal justice programs. Higher education general fund appropriations increased by 8.9% over this time period and other parts of state government actually declined. Since 1970, higher education enrollment in Colorado grew by 138%, thus, in inflation adjusted terms, state spending on higher education on a per student basis declined by 55%. The book's recommendations call for leadership to address the underlying problems that are forcing public higher education dangerously close to privatization.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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The Voices of At-Risk Students
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The high mobility of at-risk students obfuscates the tracking and analyzing of data related to dropout rates for this mercurial student population. The purpose of this descriptive qualitative phenomenological study was to capture the voices of at-risk male students in order to evaluate what services promoted academic and social success in a community school. The researcher purposively selected ten male students out of the accessible population of 36 students enrolled at a community school in Northern California. The commonalities of the participants were their ages, 16 to 18 years old, enrollment at the community school and expelled or excluded from other high schools in California. The male students' knowledge, opinions, perceptions and feelings, channeled through in-depth, open-ended interviews, constructed the holistic picture of the students' lived experiences. The researcher developed 13 open-ended interview questions for the data collection process. Triangulated data from field notes, interviews, students' cumulative files and audio-visual productions were utilized to guarantee validity. The students clearly stated the need for value-based leadership based on mutual respect.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Now is the Appointed Time
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Now is the appointed time to reform the Roman Catholic Church. It is well documented, Jesus was a radical, an advocate for meaningful change in light of a broken system that exits in the Catholic Church today. The leadership of the Church must presently seize the moment for revolutionary transformation by mandating much needed change. The Church, as the body of Christ, must always renew and update itself now and into the future through the process of ecclesia semper reformanda, see I make all things new (Rev. 21:5-6). This is the call for meaningful change, for the spirit of God cannot be ignored, it will find its way into the heart of the faithful despite the unreasonableness of the stubborn few. Change and reform are necessary as the churches are empty at Sunday Mass, dwindling enrollment in Catholic schools, the number of priests are declining, life of women in the convent has all but disappeared, and Catholics are systematically leaving the Church of their fathers. This is but an indication of the seriousness in the life of the Church. Thus reform and renewal is absolutely essential -- and it must be now!

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Snead State Community College
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Snead State Community College evolved from a small mission school established by Mrs. Anna D. Elder. The school originated in 1898, when the Boaz Seminary was authorized by the Methodist Episcopal Church. The E.B.L. Elder family arrived in Boaz in June of 1899 and opened the seminary in their home in July of that year with an enrollment of 70 pupils. The Boaz Seminary grew rapidly, and in 1906 its name was changed to John H. Snead Seminary in honor of Mr. Snead, a Boaz businessman and friend of education, who contributed land, money, and leadership to the Seminary.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Nativ College Leadership Program
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Nativ College Leadership Program is the gap year program in Israel, run by United Synagogue Youth. It includes an academic component in fall semester, travel, and a community service component in spring semster. It is associated with Conservative Judaism. The progam had a record enrollment of 106 participants in 2007, which was prior to the recent recession in the United States. This came at a time of increased enrollment for several gap year programs in Israel, which was attributed by Keith Berman of Young Judaea's Year Course to calm in Israel. Others cited growth in financial aid, and growing acceptance of gap years in general in North America

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Creating Innovation Leaders
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This book focuses on the process of creating and educating innovation leaders through specialized programs, which are offered by leading academic schools. Accordingly, the book is divided into two parts. While the first part provides the theoretical foundations of why and how innovation leaders should be created, the second part presents evidence that these foundations can already be found in the programs of ten top-level universities.Part one consists of six chapters following a rigorous plan of content development, addressing topics ranging from (1) innovation, to (2) the settings where innovation occurs, (3) innovation leadership, (4) the need to change education, (5) a taxonomy of advanced educational experiences, and (6) cases of positive vs negative innovation leadership in the context of complex problems. Here the authors show that a new kind of innovation leadership is urgently needed, how it can be created, and how it is put into action. The second part is a collection of invited chapters that describe in detail ten leading academic programs: their objectives, curricular organization, enrollment procedures, and impact on students. Selected programs include four North American institutions (Stanford's d.school, Harvard's Multidisciplinary Engineering Faculty, Philadelphia University, OCAD's Master of Design on Strategic Foresight & Innovation), five European institutions (Alta Scuola Politecnica of Milano and Torino, the EIT Master Program, Paris' d.school, Brighton's Interdisciplinary Design Program, Aalto University) and the Mission D program at Tongji University in China.The book is dedicated to all those who recognize the need to provide stimuli regarding innovation and innovation leadership, primarily but not exclusively in academia. These include, but are not limited to, professors, deans and provosts of academic institutions, managers at private organizations and government policy-makers - in short, anyone whois engaged in promoting innovation within their own organization, and who feels the need to expand the intellectual and practical toolbox they use in this demanding and exciting endeavor.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Dance Education and Problems with Teacher Train...
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Research Paper from the year 2014 in the subject Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership, grade: 1, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, course: Research in Dance, language: English, abstract: Currently, in education, there is a movement towards the necessity of a greater representation of highly qualified teachers in schools. Why is there a lack of representation of dance education in the certification of educators for K-12 students? I propose that many states will not allow these programs to exist for fear of lack of enrollment (which is a real problem), and for the fact that governments tend to focus on what is wrong with the inclusion of dance education in training programs, and ignore what is already working. It is much easier, for example, to say that there are not enough schools which offer dance to justify a dance teacher training program than to admit that teacher training programs in dance could, possibly, help raise the number of schools who have dance programs. There is a shift in the idea of educational reforms which exist within this context, and these shift are spearheaded by a few educators that truly care about the state of education today. My research explores what sort of reforms can happen when the United States, as a nation, push towards finding an exemplar example of what works in the teacher training programs (in dance, in particular), and examine the philosophical and curricular viewpoints that are working. To do this, I will be conducting a close case study on a successful BEd dance program that thrives in Toronto: York University - the only accrediting dance education program in Canada, and certainly one of the most successful in North America. I will focus on what sort of practices York uses to be so successful - including curriculum uniqueness, contact with students, holistic relationships and the creative approaches they take towards dance teacher education. I will then take these concepts and see how other teacher training and BEd programs across North America can adopt these as well as some philosophical viewpoints into their curriculum in an attempt to possibly shift the view of dance education in society as a whole.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 22.01.2021
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