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Kushins, Jodi – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2015
This essay explores the nature and importance of field trips as sites for artistic development, intellectual fulfillment, and pedagogical inspiration. The author weaves personal reflections from a professional field trip and experience teaching art education online with creative and pedagogical references to make a case for experiential learning…
Descriptors: Field Trips, Art Education, Art Teachers, Faculty Development
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McGugan, Stuart; Petichakis, Christos – International Journal for Academic Development, 2009
People use souvenirs as an aide-memoire of their holiday experiences, much in the same way as the postcards were used to remind participants of the event they attended. But many people also use souvenirs as a catalyst to share their holiday experiences with others. In this article, the authors explore the role of souvenirs in academic development.…
Descriptors: Holidays, Staff Development, Workshops, Evaluation
Cundy, H. Martyn – Mathematical Gazette, 1971
This article describes a model icosidodecahedron made from cardboard and used as a lampshade. (MM)
Descriptors: Geometry, Instruction, Instructional Materials, Mathematical Applications
Lentz, Randy – Industrial Education, 1978
Describes an activity using interchangeable, preset tool holders to provide a demonstration for parents or students attending a school's open house session that produces a small souvenir (an aluminum mini-chalice) for them. A procedure sheet for the school's individual lathe and specification diagrams for making the cup are provided. (TA)
Descriptors: Demonstrations (Educational), Industrial Arts, Learning Experience, Manufacturing
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Lloyd, Bob – Art Education, 1997
Characterizes much of the current postmodernist art design as capricious and self-indulgent. Explicates three fundamental concepts from the modernist school: a notion of order; clarity of form and space; and significant contrast. Criticizes current design for its emphasis on novelty and systematic violation. (MJP)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Aesthetic Values, Aesthetics, Art Education
Shagam, Janet Yagoda; Decker, Janet; Stanley, Ethel – 1999
The case-based study, which presents students with a dilemma that encourages exploration, is becoming a popular method for teaching biology. This Web-based report offers one such case study that asks readers to solve problems and make decisions based on information gathered as they engage with characters or situations in the story. The basis for…
Descriptors: Biology, Case Studies, Classroom Techniques, Curriculum
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Hellsten, Meeri – Language and Education, 1998
Discusses the notion of identity in relation to the options of cultural affiliation available to minority group members. In particular, the article addresses commentary made in relation to the implementation of national curriculum guidelines in indigenous literacy education settings. (Author/JL)
Descriptors: Cultural Maintenance, Ethnicity, Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations
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Coureaud, Gerard; Languille, Solene; Joly, Virginie; Schaal, Benoist; Hars, Bernard – Learning & Memory, 2011
The mammary pheromone promotes the acquisition of novel odorants (CS1) in newborn rabbits. Here, experiments pinpoint that CS1 becomes able to support neonatal learning of other odorants (CS2). We therefore evaluated whether these first- and second-order memories remained dependent after reactivation. Amnesia induced after CS2 recall selectively…
Descriptors: Memory, Animals, Olfactory Perception, Learning
Saxena, Ranvir, Ed – 1968
The Souvenir is an endeavor to tell the delegate-guests to the All India Library Conference something about Indore. It has special articles on the public and the academic libraries of Indore and presents brief sketches of the development plans of the University of Indore and the University library. This section of the Souvenir also provides…
Descriptors: College Libraries, Conferences, Developing Nations, Foreign Countries
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Fitchett, Paul G.; Merriweather, Lisa; Coffey, Heather – History Teacher, 2015
Pre-service history teachers are exposed from schooling to a familiar canon: a story of American exceptionalism, linear social progression, and cultural homogeneity--referred to as a "freedom-quest narrative." Myopic and Eurocentric, this story follows students into their teaching careers; perpetuating a lack of critical understanding…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Racial Bias, United States History
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Nicolich, Lorraine McCune; And Others – 1979
This collection of conference abstracts focuses on new directions for research on mental representation and early language development. One page summaries are provided on the following topics: Mental Representation and Initial Language Learning, by Lorraine M. Nicolich; Critical Issues in Language and Cognitive Development, by Roberta Corrigan;…
Descriptors: Abstracts, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Communication Skills
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Panayotidis, E. Lisa; Stortz, Paul – History of Education, 2010
In 1898, students at the University of Toronto founded "Torontonensis", the university's first yearbook. Fashioned as a remembrance of university, from its inception the yearbook was fraught with conflict and contestation particularly around how male students were represented and how their college experiences were made, and not made,…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Yearbooks, Conflict, College Students
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Borey, Valerie; Hegstad, Rebecca – Learning Languages, 2011
It is a typical day at the famous fish market in Bergen, Norway. Vendors wrapped in rain coats huddle under white tents, selling everything from shrimp to flowers to handmade souvenirs. Some tables are stacked with salmon and herring, while others feature baskets of berries and fresh fruits. Families out for their household grocery shopping are…
Descriptors: Program Descriptions, Food, Foreign Countries, Play
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Szechter, Lisa E.; Liben, Lynn S. – Child Development, 2007
This research was designed to examine the quality of children's aesthetic understanding of photographs, observe social interactions between parents and children in this aesthetic domain, and study whether qualitatively different dyadic interactions were associated with children's own aesthetic understanding. Parents and children (7-13 years; 40…
Descriptors: Art Education, Aesthetics, Photography, Parent Child Relationship
Arruda, Milton; And Others – Francais dans le Monde, 1984
A game using student observational skills to match tourist "types" with comments, postcards, hotel and travel advertisements, souvenirs, guidebooks and sources of travel information, photos, travel styles, and tourist attractions is outlined and illustrated. (MSE)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Cultural Awareness, French, Games
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