Tag Archives: Studies

Case Studies in 21st Century School Administration: Addressing Challenges for Educational Leadership

Case Studies in 21st Century School Administration: Addressing Challenges for Educational Leadership presents real problems that confront today′s school leaders who must deal with issues of diversity, school improvement, and limited resources. Authors David L. Gray and Agnes E. Smith give prospective school leaders opportunities to resolve complex issues in K-12 school settings through reflective […]

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Case Studies: Applying Educational Psychology (2nd Edition)

The bully. The unmotivated student. Culture shock. Consequences. These are just four of the forty-eight cases in this powerful casebook, designed to provide readers with rich experiences and ample opportunity to understand educational psychology and its principles in action. Now in its second edition, this popular book contains classroom scenarios (based on true classroom experiences) […]

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Case Studies for Educational Leadership: Solving Administrative Dilemmas

Case Studies for Educational Leadership gives educational leadership students an opportunity to project themselves into real-life administrative situations and prepare for their future positions in the field. Each case study contained in this practical first edition book asks students to analyze complex problems, consider the moral ramifications of their approach, think on their feet, and […]

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Policy Studies for Educational Leaders: An Introduction (3rd Edition)

This comprehensive book encourages future educational leaders to be proactive rather than reactive, and arms them with an understanding of educational policy and the important political theories upon which it is based. Coverage addresses theory, analysis, development, and implementation of educational policy, with the knowledge base of the typical reader in mind. It explores the […]

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Selected Studies: for Flute (Rubank Educational Library)

(Woodwind Method). These excellent studies are the next step for students who have completed the advanced level method for their instrument. The full-page etudes in this series, key-centered and supported by scale and arpeggio exercises, take the student to that next level of performance wherein their accumulated skills allow them to play full-length performance pieces […]

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Theory and Educational Research: Toward Critical Social Explanation (Critical Youth Studies)

Most empirical researchers avoid the use of theory in their studies, providing data but little or no social explanation. Theoreticians, on the other hand, rarely test their ideas with empirical projects. As this groundbreaking volume makes clear, however, neither data nor theory alone is adequate to the task of social explanation―rather they form and inform […]

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Educational Technology in Practice: Research and Practical Case Studies from the Field (Educational Design and Technology in the Knowledge Society)

The field of educational technology is one that requires a high level of problem solving critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to solve problems that are often complex and multi-dimensional. Analyzing cases provides an opportunity to explore professional issues through an environment that allows action researchers, practitioners and students to analyze and reflect on relevant theories […]

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7 Great YouTube Channels for Social Studies Teachers

A few weeks ago, we shared with you here in EdTech and mLearning a chart featuring some of the best YouTube channels for teachers.  Following this post we received a couple of requests to include channels for social studies teachers. So we went ahead and curated for you the collection below. These are some of […]

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Educational Studies Students Present TED-style Talks

Friday June 24th, students, educators, and community members gathered together in Glendening Annex to witness the final presentations of nine students in EDUC 206: Education in America, a summer course conducted by Lesile Moore, director of student teaching, and Stephen Warner. Each student presented on important issues affecting American education, as well as solutions to […]

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Educational Studies Student Wins Honors Research Symposium

May 05, 2016 Photos by Stephen Ironside Elizabeth Freeman, from top, won first place, Caitlin Anderson won second and Jessica Bell won third. Elizabeth Freeman, a senior in the College of Education and Health Professions, won first place in the college’s annual Honors Research Symposium with her thesis project titled “An Evaluation of the Effectiveness […]

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Wheels in the Head: Educational Philosophies of Authority, Freedom, and Culture from Confucianism to Human Rights (Sociocultural, Political, and Historical Studies in Education)

In this popular text Joel Spring provocatively analyzes the ideas of traditional and non-traditional philosophies from Confucianism to human rights regarding the contribution of education to the creation of a democratic society.  The goal is to explore how governments use education to control and manage their populations, and to examine forms of education that claim […]

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Some Very Good Educational Resources for Social Studies Teachers

January 25, 2016Today’s post in EdTech Charts series features a compilation of some of the best resources for social studies teachers. These are all tools and apps we have reviewed in previous posts here in EdTech and mLearning. Our purpose is to provide social studies teachers with a handy resource where they can quickly access […]

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Policy Studies for Educational Leaders: An Introduction (4th Edition) (Allyn & Bacon Educational Leadership)

In this Fourth Edition of renowned authority Frances Fowler’s Policy Studies for Educational Leaders, future educational leaders and actual K-12 administrators get a solid, comprehensive grounding in education policy and the policy process and the important political theories upon which it is based. Included is essential background information about the cultural, economic, demographic, and institutional […]

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A New Collection of Web Tools for Social Studies Teachers

November 19, 2015Below is a collection of some very good websites for social studies teachers which we have curated from Graphite. We have particularly focused on new websites which are featured here for the first time. To check out other social studies tools we reviewed in the past, read this post. From lesson plans and […]

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