Teaching as Community Property brings together a brilliant collection of Shulman's papers and presentations since 1987, giving readers a unique window into his ideas and proposals for the improvement of teaching and learning in higher education.
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American Education vs. Foreign Education (1130 words, 4 pages) The U.S. has been falling behind in academics over the last couple of decades. About twenty-three years ago, the U.S. ranked first in the world in the number of young adults who had high school diplomas and college degrees.Higher education is perceived as extremely important, and for most people a college education has become the necessary admission ticket to good jobs and a middle-class lifestyle. Parents of high school students place especially high importance on a college education, and African American and Hispanic parents give college an even higher priority than do white parents.His latest books are “Teaching as Community Property: Essays on Higher Education” (2004) and “The Wisdom of Practice: Essays on Teaching, Learning, and Learning to Teach” (2004). Forthcoming.
Plurilingual Teaching Across the Curriculum With notable exceptions, American undergraduate education is unilingual. While American society is multicultural with a plurality of languages and immigrant minorities, the vast majority of US universities do not require proficiency in a second language for undergraduate graduation.Read More
Teaching as Community Property: Essays on Higher Education. Posted: May 14, 2012 by AMEE Administrator. Author: Lee S. Shulman Publication Year: 2009 ISBN: 047062308X. Reviewer comments: This reference book would be useful for any health.Read More
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Looking at community education as a higher education course in general it is obvious that the approach to learning adopted by students will influence the study experience and its results. Therefore the chosen approach could affect individuals’ views on community education and its practice.Read More
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Award recognizes outstanding SoTL efforts within the emergency management and homeland security disciplines. Sponsored by the University of Central Florida’s School of Public Administration, this annual award is based on the criteria below and presented at the FEMA Higher Education Symposium.Read More
Russell T., Martin A.K. (2017) Reflective Practice: Epistemological Perspectives on Learning from Experience in Teacher Education. In: Brandenburg R., Glasswell K., Jones M., Ryan J. (eds) Reflective Theory and Practice in Teacher Education. Self-Study of Teaching and Teacher Education Practices, vol 17. Springer, Singapore. First Online 31.Read More
So many questions, so few answers. Mark Drozdowski offers 50 of the former, mostly about things that perplex him about higher ed.Read More
While decades of research on college teaching has investigated several forms of classroom practices, much of this research approaches teaching as falling into mutually exclusive paradigms (e.g., active learning vs. lecturing). This paper enters inside the college classroom using external raters to understand patterns of pedagogical practices embedded in heterogeneous groups of courses.Read More
This book presents eight essays by Vine Deloria, Jr., a Standing Rock Sioux and professor of political science at the University of Colorado. Essays examine issues facing Native American students as they progress through the educational system, and aim to help Indian students place Western knowledge into the context of tribal and community traditions.Read More
Some higher education system students work part-time jobs, but the majority are unable to find the time to do so on top of their schoolwork, so the only money they have for spending is either.Read More