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Liu, Yang; Dong, Yue – Journal of International Students, 2019
Compared to the role of communication with host nationals in promoting migrating individuals' acculturation, Chinese students' interaction with non-host nationals has not received enough attention due to the notion of dualism. The theorization of acculturation underscored by dualism has been challenged by a holistic viewpoint that considers…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Cultural Background, Acculturation, College Students
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Shutkin, David – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2019
Distributed cognition, as it considers how technologies augment cognition, informs technology integration in education. Most educational technologists interested in distributed cognition embrace a representational theory of mind. As this theory assumes cognition occurs in the brain and depends on the internal representation of external…
Descriptors: Schemata (Cognition), Educational Technology, Technology Integration, Theory of Mind
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Kulka, Tomas – Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2005
Can there be an aesthetic difference between an original painting and its forgery if they are visually indistinguishable? Answers of different philosophers are critically examined with the conclusion that none of them is satisfactory. Although their "solutions" stem from different views of the nature of art, they have one thing in common: They all…
Descriptors: Art, Aesthetics, Art Criticism, Aesthetic Education
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Hodkinson, Phil – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2005
The purpose of this article for this special issue is to explore the relevance of this collection to educators and researchers who do not identify with mathematics. A secondary focus is to see whether anything in the author's very different knowledge of learning could usefully feedback into the mathematics education field. Behind these tasks lie…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Educational Philosophy, Social Influences, Cultural Influences
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Bowman, Wayne – Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 2017
In this essay, I challenge the open-closed dualism at the heart of Allsup's project and question the very possibility of an "open" philosophy. I propose an account of music, musical instruction, and philosophy as ethically guided practices, discussing a number of practical and philosophical consequences that follow from such a view.
Descriptors: Music Education, Educational Philosophy, Ethics, Music
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Hansen, James T. – Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 2006
Humanistic thought has been oppressed by the dominant forces of contemporary mental health culture. The author argues that the rebellious essence of humanism must be incited to counter these reductive ideologies that have monopolized our times. A critical appraisal of the philosophical dualisms that support the prevailing mechanistic vision of…
Descriptors: Ideology, Mental Health, Humanism, Counseling Psychology
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Vine, Luda – Journal of Research on Christian Education, 2020
The dualisms between theory and practice, individual and society, intellectual and manual, as identified by John Dewey in the 19th century, find their direct correspondence in the writings of a contemporary Christian writer of his era, Ellen G. White, whose publications and life work led to the development of what is now one of the single largest…
Descriptors: Christianity, Educational Philosophy, Theory Practice Relationship, Protestants
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Gonzales, Leslie D.; Terosky, Aimee LaPointe – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2020
In this qualitative study, we highlight the stories of a diverse group of 27 women academics who rebuffed many of academia's taken-for-granted pathways and approaches for success. To share their pathways and approaches, we offer a counternarrative composed of 3 themes: challenging linearity, refusing dualism, and rejecting individualism. Given our…
Descriptors: Women Faculty, Higher Education, Career Development, Gender Issues
Bhaerman, Robert – Changing Education, 1969
Recommends a new conception of "educational personnel, which would reveal the irrelevance of such traditional dualisms as instructional-noninstructional, professional-nonprofessional, and preservice-inservice and would free educators to concentrate on more vital issues, several of which are discussed. (JES)
Descriptors: Differentiated Staffs, Educational Change, Evaluation Criteria, Paraprofessional School Personnel
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Gall, David – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2019
Art education in the USA has made great progress toward greater inclusiveness and is generally a force against resurgent fascism. Nevertheless, higher art education theory is dominated by Euro-Western philosophical legacies, encumbered by dualism, which impede art education's emancipative democratising potential. Recent debate about the…
Descriptors: Ethnocentrism, Art Education, Authoritarianism, Educational History
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von Hellens, Liisa; Nielsen, Sue H.; Beekhuyzen, Jenine – Journal of Information Technology Education, 2004
This paper explores the way women perceive and talk about the nature of their work, in the context of the declining participation of women in the Information Technology (IT) industry. The study is part of an ongoing project (WinIT), commenced in 1995, that has examined the attitudes of high school and university students and IT personnel towards…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Information Technology, Industry, Females
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Scheiner, Thorsten – ZDM: Mathematics Education, 2021
Teacher noticing has been widely understood as a kind of seeing or way of making sense of classroom events and instructional details. Such notions of teacher noticing often construe noticing as a disembodied, purely mental form of seeing and position the teacher as separated or separable from the observing environment. They rely on intuitive…
Descriptors: Teacher Behavior, Observation, Models, Cultural Context
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Gulley, Needham Yancey – Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 2021
The use of the "traditional"/"nontraditional" binary when referring to students in the context of higher education (especially in the United States) is so firmly established and compulsory that even when we try to challenge the dualism we often fall short. I believe that this has even happened in the current call for…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Students, Adult Students, College Students, Bias
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Kelly, Frances; Manathunga, Catherine – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2021
The formation of emerging doctoral scholarly identities has received significant attention in recent Education research, some of which is situated within the spatial turn that seeks to understand the impact of space and place upon identity and pedagogy. In this research project, involving analysis of PhD thesis acknowledgements written in 1980, we…
Descriptors: Doctoral Dissertations, Identification (Psychology), Doctoral Students, Graduate Study
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Draper, Roni Jo; Smith, Leigh K.; Hall, Kendra M.; Siebert, Daniel – Action in Teacher Education, 2005
The literacy-content dualism, which suggests that teachers must decide whether to provide literacy or content instruction, is a false dualism and adherence to it is detrimental to student participation in content-area reasoning, learning, and communicating. This article describes the experiences that prompted the teacher educators who authored…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Literacy Education, Content Area Reading, Teaching Methods
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