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Vickery, Jonathan – Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2019
The purpose of this interview is to discuss the aims, objectives and achievements of a pioneering European masters degree -- in the context of the politics of higher education and the economics of the creative industries.
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Educational Objectives, Politics of Education, Higher Education
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Schneider, W. Joel; Kaufman, Alan S. – International Journal of School & Educational Psychology, 2016
As documented in this special issue, all over the world hard choices must be made in education, government, business, and medicine. Intelligence tests, used intelligently and with appropriate ethical safeguards, are one tool of many that help make hard choices work out well, or at least better than the next-best alternative (Kaufman, Raiford,…
Descriptors: Intelligence Quotient, Artificial Intelligence, Children, Adolescents
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Gibbs, Graham – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This paper, a rejoinder to "Isn't It Time We Did Something about the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" by Marx et al., suggests glancing at practices outside the United States to get some perspective on the nature of the problem of why so little emphasis is placed on teaching preparation in business doctoral…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Educational Change, Preservice Teacher Education
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Sagi-Schwartz, Abraham – International Journal of Developmental Science, 2016
In this commentary, Sagi-Schwartz evaluates the article by Beckh and Becker-Stoll (2016) on attachment relationships with non-parental caregivers and how it may contribute to public child care. Beckh and Becker-Stoll first describe important background about research on early parent-child relationships, and how their nature and quality might…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Caregiver Child Relationship, Child Care, Parent Child Relationship
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Kneyber, René – FORUM: for promoting 3-19 comprehensive education, 2014
This article describes an initiative led by two classroom teachers from the Netherlands to put teachers back at the centre of the educational process. The article argues that the educational system has become inverted, with those who are most influential (teachers) having the least opportunity to influence. The challenge is to "flip the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teachers, Teacher Influence, Government School Relationship
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Saeverot, Herner – Policy Futures in Education, 2013
This interview attempts to articulate what it might mean to speak for "Padagogik" in an era where new trends in education run the risk of marginalizing "Padagogik" as an independent academic discipline. This trend can be found in several European countries and is judged by Herner Saeverot and Gert Biesta to be a development…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Training, Instruction, Translation
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Bakker, Nelleke – History of Education, 2013
This essay discusses the life and work of Elise van Calcar (1822-1904), a writer and maternal feminist who introduced Froebel's kindergarten in the Netherlands. Van Calcar also was the leader of a Christian branch of spiritualism. The focus is pointed at parallels between her reading of Froebel and of "messages" from spirits in the…
Descriptors: Biographies, Educational History, Kindergarten, Mothers
Tabarrok, Alex – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2012
Over the past 25 years, the total number of students in college has increased by about 50 percent. But the number of students graduating with degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects has remained more or less constant. In 2009 the United States graduated 89,140 students in the visual and performing arts, more…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Dropouts, Educational Indicators, Education Work Relationship
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Stark, Tobias H.; Flache, Andreas – Sociology of Education, 2012
How can we reduce ethnic friendship segregation in ethnically heterogeneous schools? The Common Ingroup Identity Model suggests that interethnic friendships are promoted by those intervention programs that focus on the interests students have in common. The authors argue that the outcome of these common interest interventions may crucially depend…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Friendship, Selection, Cultural Pluralism
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Haveman, Robert; Heinrich, Carolyn; Smeeding, Timothy – Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2012
In this paper, the authors first discuss the Neumark and Troske piece, and then compare the U.S. context to that in Europe and Korea, as described by the Caspar, Hartwig, and Moench and the Cho and Shin contributions. Although they are in basic agreement with Neumark and Troske on the extent and depth of the current employment situation, they…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Policy, Labor Market, Employment
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Sijtsma, Klaas – Psychometrika, 2012
I address two issues that were inspired by my work on the Dutch Committee on Tests and Testing (COTAN). The first issue is the understanding of problems test constructors and researchers using tests have of psychometric knowledge. I argue that this understanding is important for a field, like psychometrics, for which the dissemination of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Psychometrics, Knowledge Level, Test Construction
Ravenscroft, Lesley – Psychology Teaching Review, 2012
This paper presents some possibilities for applying the linguistic and psychological theories of two dialogists, Mikhail Bakhtin and Jacques Lacan, to the classroom. There is a short summary of how the two theories may interact with each other and then a discussion of their two opposing views of identity formation. Bakhtin was a Russian, coming…
Descriptors: Models, Educational Change, Psychology, Foreign Countries
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Maessen, K. M. H. – Higher Education Policy, 2012
The article entitled "The selection of scientific talent in the allocation of research grants" by van Arensbergen and van den Besselaar published in "Higher Education Policy" 25/3 (2012) is based on research that both researchers carried out on behalf of The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research. In this comment, we…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Grants, Resource Allocation, Interviews
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Miedema, Siebren; ter Avest, Ina – Religious Education, 2011
In the secular age religious education and citizenship education could and should be fruitfully combined. That is the present authors' view on current developments in schools aiming at the strengthening and the flourishing of students' personal religious identity. Presupposition is that religious identity needs to be interpreted as an integral…
Descriptors: World Views, Citizenship, Citizenship Education, Foreign Countries
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Foray, Jennifer L. – History Teacher, 2011
Since its first appearance in 1947, "The Diary of Anne Frank" has been translated into sixty-five different languages, including Welsh, Esperanto, and Faroese. Millions and perhaps even billions of readers, scattered throughout the globe and now spanning multiple generations, are familiar with the life and work of this young Jewish…
Descriptors: Jews, Audiences, Foreign Countries, Books
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