Δευτέρα, 31 Αυγούστου 2009

Teacher Evaluation: Current Practices in OECD Countries and a Literature Review

Teacher Evaluation: Current Practices in OECD Countries and a Literature Review

Marlène Isoré
OCDE

07/2009

http://www.olis.oecd.org/olis/2009doc.nsf/NEWRMSFREDAT/NT00004942/$FILE/JT03267747.PDF

Key Data on Education in Europe 2009

Key Data on Education in Europe 2009

Eurydice

07/2009

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/documents/key_data_series/105EN.pdf

How Information Technology Can Enable 21st Century Schools

How Information Technology Can Enable 21st Century Schools

Tim McDonald, Ted Kolderie

Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

07/2009


http://www.itif.org/files/Education_ITIF.pdf

In demand: Career guidance in EU neighbouring countries

In demand: Career guidance in EU neighbouring countries

Helmut Zelloth

European Training Foundation (ETF)

07/2009

http://www.etf.europa.eu/web.nsf/pages/EmbedPub_EN?OpenDocument&emb=/pubmgmt.nsf/(WebPublications%20by%20yearR)/7A331BB7D77DABEDC12574E5006386B7?OpenDocument

Do Quasi-markets Foster Innovation in Education? A Comparative Perspective

Do Quasi-markets Foster Innovation in Education? A Comparative Perspective

Christopher Lubienski

OCDE

08/2009


http://puck.sourceoecd.org/vl=2177595/cl=11/nw=1/rpsv/cgi-bin/wppdf?file=5kscg4d40r7f.pdf

The dynamics of qualifications: defining and renewing occupational and educational standards

The dynamics of qualifications: defining and renewing occupational and educational standards

Jens Bjørnåvold (dir)
Cedefop

08/2009


http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/etv/Upload/Information_resources/Bookshop/556/5195_en.pdf

British Educational Research Journal

British Educational Research Journal

Vol. 35, n°4, août 2009

* Research quality assessment in education: impossible science, possible art?, David Bridges
* Language as capital, or language as identity? Chinese complementary school pupils' perspectives on the purposes and benefits of complementary schools, Becky Francis, Louise Archer, Ada Mau
* Veiled and overt school choice: a consideration of the ways in which different forms of school choice affect student experiences, Natalie Heath
* The Nottingham Apprenticeship Model: schools in partnership with artists and creative practitioners, Morwenna Griffiths, Felicity Woolf
* The determinants of undergraduate degree performance: how important is gender?, Michael Barrow, Barry Reilly, Ruth Woodfield
* A Fresh Start for a 'failing school'? A qualitative study, Marta Araujo
* Moving beyond the metaphor of transfer of learning, Paul Hager, Phil Hodkinson
* Does the index of segregation matter? The composition of secondary schools in England since 1996, Stephen Gorard
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education

Vol.22, n°5, septembre 2009

* Unfolding possibilities through a decolonizing project: Indigenous knowledges and rural Japanese women, Kimine Mayuzumi
* The story of leading mathematics teachers from teacher-trainees to key positions, Dorit Patkin, Dvora Gesser
* 'Snapped': researching the sexual cultures of schools using visual methods, Louisa Allen
* Student and teacher negotiations of racial identity in an Afro-Ecuadorian region, Ethan Allen Johnson
* Validity as intended: 'bursting forth toward' bridling in phenomenological research, Mark Vagle
* Seeing red: poetry and metaphor as responses to representational challenges in critical narrative research, Brenton Prosser

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g914008880~tab=toc~order=page

Bristish journal of Educational Studies

Bristish journal of Educational Studies

Vol.57, n°3, septembre 2009

* MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION - GOOD FOR BUSINESS BUT NOT FOR THE STATE? THE IB CURRICULUM AND GLOBAL CAPITALISM, Julia Resnik
* SELECTION BY ATTAINMENT AND APTITUDE IN ENGLISH SECONDARY SCHOOLS, John Coldron, Ben Willis, Claire Wolstenholme
* HOW TALK BECOMES TEXT: INVESTIGATING THE CONCEPT OF ORAL REHEARSAL IN EARLY YEARS' CLASSROOMS, Debra Myhill, Susan Jones
* TRANSFORMING SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL GOVERNANCE: TRADE TRAINING CENTRES AND THE TRANSITION TO SOCIAL INVESTMENT POLITICS IN AUSTRALIA, Stephen Hay
* TEAMWORK IN ISRAELI ARAB-BEDOUIN SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT, Omar Mizel

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118492626/home?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0
Journal of Education Policy

Vol.24, n°5, septembre 2009

* The governance turn!, Stephen Ball
* The uses of the national PISA results by Finnish officials in central government, Marjaana Rautalin, Pertti Alasuutari
* Fruit, vegetables, fatness, and Foucault: governing students and their families through school health policy, Carolyn Vander Schee
* The contradictory managerialism of university quality assurance, Ian Reid
* Inspection and the fabrication of professional and performative processes, Jane Perryman
* Further education in England: the new localism, systems theory and governance, James Avis

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g914045815~tab=toc

Harvard Educational Review

Harvard Educational Review

Vol.79, n°2, juillet 2009

Education and the Obama Presidency



* Note to Educators: Hope Required When Growing Roses in Concrete, Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade
* A Dialogue: Our Selves, Our Students, and Obama, Jennifer Mclaughlin, Kim Kelly
* President Obama and Education: The Possibility for Dramatic Improvements in Teaching and Learning, Linda Darling-Hammond
* Promise And Peril: Charter Schools, Urban School Reform, and the Obama Administration, Charles Payne, Tim Knowles
* Reclaiming Our Freedom to Teach: Education Reform in the Obama Era, Megan Behrent
* Obama's Dilemma: Postpartisan Politics and the Crisis of American Education, Henry Giroux
* Second-Class Integration: A Historical Perspective for a Contemporary Agenda, Vanessa Siddle Walker
* It Wasn't Easy to Get Here, Kathleen Mayse
* Praise Song for Teachers: A Call to Action, Ariane White
* Educating Latino Immigrant Students in the Twenty-First Century: Principles for the Obama Administration, Carola Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo Suárez-Orozco
* An Insurrectionary Generation: Young People, Poverty, Education, and Obama, Jay Gillen
* An Earned Insurgency: Quality Education as a Constitutional Right, Robert Moses
* Coda: The Slow Fuse of Change, Maxine Greene

http://www.hepg.org/her/current

European Educational Research Journal

European Educational Research Journal

Vol.8, n°2, juin 2009

Higher Education and Citizenship in Europe:

* What Kind of Citizenship for European Higher Education? Beyond the Competent Active Citizen, Gert Biesta
* The European Universities, Citizenship and Its Limits: what won’t solve the problems of our time, Grahame Lock & Hermínio Martins
* Higher Education and Citizenship: ‘the full range of purposes’, Pavel Zgaga
* European Higher Education Policy and the Formation of Entrepreneurial Students as Future European Citizens, Vassiliki Papatsiba
* The Public and Its University: beyond learning for civic employability?, Maarten Simons & Jan Masschelein
* The Changing Attractiveness of European Higher Education in the Next Decade: current developments, future challenges and major policy issues, Marek Kwiek
* From Active Citizenship to World Citizenship: a proposal for a world university, Jan Masschelein & Maarten Simons

http://www.wwwords.co.uk/eerj/content/pdfs/8/issue8_2.asp

Σάββατο, 29 Αυγούστου 2009

European Journal of Teacher Education

European Journal of Teacher Education

Vol.32, n°3, août 2009

* How do teachers learn in the workplace? An examination of teacher learning activities, Jacobiene Meirink, Paulien Meijer, Nico Verloop, Theo Bergen
* Teacher educators modelling their teachers?, Greetje Timmerman
* From lesson plan to new comprehension: exploring student teachers' pedagogical reasoning in learning about teaching, Pernilla Nilsson
* Bringing modern languages into the primary curriculum in England: investigating effective practice in teacher education, Gee Macrory, Angela McLachlan
* Raising the language awareness of pre-service English teachers in an EFL context, Ayse Eser Basyurt Tuzel, Sumru Akcan
* The impact of pre-service field training sessions on the probability of future teachers using ICT in school, Francois Larose, Vincent Grenon, Marie-Pier Morin, Abdelkrim Hasni
* Pre-service elementary teachers' beliefs about use of the Internet in the social studies classroom, Mehmet Acikalin
* University teacher roles and competencies in online learning environments: a theoretical analysis of teaching and learning practices, I. Alvarez, T. Guasch, A. Espasa

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g913054294~tab=toc

Policy Futures in Education

Policy Futures in Education

Vol.7, n°3, septembre 2009

* The Culture of Teaching, Catherine Scott
* Building Entrepreneurial Architectures: a conceptual interpretation of the Third Mission, Tim Vorley & Jen Nelles
* New Labour’s Skills Policy at the Intersection of Business and Politics, Nils Lindahl Elliot
* Teaching in Full View: GLA as a mechanism of power, Charmaine Brooks
* Solar Ethics: a new paradigm for environmental ethics and education?,Michael A. Peters & Ruyu Hung
* Digital Systems Analysis, Vance S. Martin
* The Phenomenology of Democracy, Robert Shaw
* Obama’s ‘Postmodernism’, Humanism and History, Michael A. Peters
* Ten Years after Columbine: the tragedy of youth deepens, Henry A. Giroux

http://www.wwwords.co.uk/pfie/content/pdfs/7/issue7_3.asp

School Leadership & Management

School Leadership & Management

Vol.29, n°3, Juillet 2009

Thème : Approaches to leadership development



* Approaches to leadership development, Peter Earley, Jeff Jones
* Wisdom and bus schedules: developing school leadership, Ron Glatter
* Work-shadowing as a process for facilitating leadership succession in primary schools, Tim Simkins, Paul Close, Robin Smith
* 'Tears, laughter, camaraderie': professional development for headteachers, Philip Woods, Glenys Woods, Michael Cowie
* Fast Track teaching: beginning the experiment in accelerated leadership development, Richard Churches, Geraldine Hutchinson, Jeff Jones
* Future leaders: the way forward?, Peter Earley, Dick Weindling, Sara Bubb, Meli Glenn
* Work, learning and professional practice: the role of leadership apprenticeships, Peter Earley
* Investing in diversity: changing the face (an
* d the heart) of educational leadership, Rosemary Campbell-Stephens Teachers in the middle, reclaiming the wasteland of the adolescent years of schooling, Helen Gunter

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713446120~db=all

Higher Education (2)

Higher Education

Vol.58, n°4, octobre 2009



* Institutional imperatives versus emergent dynamics: a case study on continuous change in higher education,
* Yasar Kondakci and Herman Van den Broeck
* Perceptions of the Bologna process: what do students’ choices reveal?, Miguel Portela, Carla Sá, Fernando Alexandre and Ana Rute Cardoso
* Institutional change and higher education, Steven Loomis and Jacob Rodriguez
* Reason before passion: faculty views on internationalization in higher education, Patricia Dewey and Stephen Duff
* Supporting mature-aged students from a low socioeconomic background, Megan Tones, Jenny Fraser, Ruth Elder and Katherine M. White
* Using the SOLO taxonomy to analyze competence progression of university science curricula, Claus Brabrand and Bettina Dahl
* Engagement in two interdisciplinary graduate programs, Lynita K. Newswander and Maura Borrego
* Groupwork as a form of assessment: common problems and recommended solutions, W. Martin Davies

http://www.springerlink.com/content/r14177kktw41/?p=2368b0c2b3064ebc84522c3675f93bcb&pi=0

Higher Education

Higher Education

Vol.58, n°3, septembre 2009

# Equality of opportunities in Spanish higher education, Marta Rahona López
# Four tiers, Gavin Moodie
# The role of ethnicity in the attainment and experiences of graduates in distance education, John Richardson
# Student and early career mobility patterns among highly educated people in Germany, Finland, Italy, and the United Kingdom, Matti Lindberg
# A model for the supervisor–doctoral student relationship, Tim Mainhard, Roeland van der Rijst, Jan van Tartwijk, Theo Wubbels
# Undergraduates’ learning experience and learning process: quantitative evidence from the East, Beverley Webster, Wincy Chan, Michael Prosser, David Watkins
# Global and national prominent universities: internationalization, competitiveness and the role of the State, Hugo Horta
# The rise of the blended professional in higher education: a comparison between the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States, Celia Whitchurch
# Regional themes and global means in supra-national higher education policy, Pam Watson

http://www.springerlink.com/content/v45577x28430/?p=9554d53a2a0a46c0b07e6f281ab184b8&pi=1

Oxford Review of Education

Oxford Review of Education

Vo.35,n°4, août 2009

* Education and a meaningful life, John White
* Education as a mechanism for conflict resolution in Northern Ireland, Bernadette Hayes, Ian McAllister
* Exploring pupil segregation between specialist and non-specialist schools, Sonia Exley
* Religious schools in London: school admissions, religious composition and selectivity, Rebecca Allen, Anne West
* Reflections on Allen and West's paper: 'Religious schools in London: school admissions, religious composition and selectivity', Gerald Grace
* Response to Grace's reflections on Allen and West's paper, Rebecca Allen, Anne West
* The individual-collective problem in education: the special cases of John Dewey and Human Capital Theory, Steven Loomis, Jacob Rodriguez, Saeeda Shah

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g913836641

International Journal of Science Education

International Journal of Science Education,
Volume 31 Issue 13 2009

* Reliance to Independence: Approaches to learning in peer-led undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics workshops, Marina Micari, Gregory Light
* Impacts of Multi-representational Instruction on High School Students' Conceptual Understandings of the Particulate Nature of Matter, Emine Adadan, Karen Irving, Kathy Trundle
* School Innovation in Science: Improving science teaching and learning in Australian schools, Russell Tytler
* Exploring Taiwanese High School Students' Perceptions of and Preferences for Teacher Authority in the Earth Science Classroom with Relation to their Attitudes and Achievement, Min-Hsien Lee, Chun-Yen Chang, Chin-Chung Tsaili>
* Students' Perspectives of a Science Enrichment Programme: Out-of-school inquiry as access, April Lynn Luehmann

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g913978395~tab=toc~order=page

Educational Research,

Educational Research

Vol. 51, n°3, septembre 2009

* Stories to tell? Narrative tools in museum education texts, Sue Glover Frykman
* Who withdraws from initial teacher preparation programmes and why?, Andrew Hobson, Marina-Stefania Giannakaki, Gary Chambers
* Newspapers in Education: a critical inquiry into the effects of using newspapers as teaching agents, Ellen Claes, Ellen Quintelier
* Students' attitudes towards history: does self-identity matter?, Rhys Andrews, Catherine McGlynn, Andrew Mycock
* Teaching word recognition to children with severe learning difficulties: an exploratory comparison of teaching methods, Kieron Sheehy
* Second language learning and identity: cracking metaphors in ideological and poetic discourse in the third space, Tim Lewis


http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g913809755~tab=toc~order=page

Περιοδικό Economics of Education Review

Economics of Education Review
Vol.28, n°5, octobre 2009

* Can you earn a Ph.D. in economics in five years?, Wendy A. Stock, T. Aldrich Finegan, John J. Siegfried
* Immigration and its effect on the college-going outcomes of natives, Florence Neymotin
* The rational adolescent: Discipline policies, lawsuits, and skill acquisition, Philip Babcock
* Tuition fees and the demand for university places, Christine Neill
* The impact of charter schools on the efficiency of traditional public schools: Evidence from Michigan, Yongmei Ni
* Mission matters: The cost of small high schools revisited, Leanna Stiefel, Amy Ellen Schwartz, Patrice Iatarola, Colin C. Chellman
* Direct and indirect effects of education on job satisfaction: A structural equation model for the Spanish case, M. Eugenia Fabra, Cesar Camisón
* Do academically deficient scholarship athletes earn higher wages subsequent to graduation?, Alexandre Olbrecht
* Can’t get there from here: The decision to apply to a selective college, Amanda L. Griffith, Donna S. Rothstein
* Does lengthening the school day increase students’ academic achievement? Results from a natural experiment in Chile, Cristián Bellei

Τα άρθρα του σε μορφή pdf στο:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=PublicationURL&_cdi=5921&_pubType=J&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=396f70daddd68e5a696ef85c20607bb9&jchunk=28#28

Περιοδικό Higher Education Management and Policy

Table of contents

* Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area: The Emergence of a German Market for Quality Assurance Agencies - Kathia E. Serrano-Velarde
* Scholarly Communication Costs in Australian Higher Education - John W. Houghton with Colin Steele and Peter Sheehan
* Introducing Entrepreneurship Teaching at Select German Universities: The Challenge of Change - Gudrun Curri
* The Institutional Organisation of Knowledge Transfer and its Implications - Sjors van der Heide, Peter C. van der Sijde and Cees Terlouw
* Quality Assessment of Undergraduate Education in China: A Policy Analysis - Shuiyun Liu and Maria João Rosa
* The Negotiation Process toward the New Salary System in the Finnish University Sector - Jouni Kekäle
* (Re)Conceptualising the Academy: Institutional Development of and beyond the Third Mission - Tim Vorley and Jen Nelles

περισσότερα στο:
http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3343,en_2649_39263238_42049218_1_1_1_1,00&&en-USS_01DBC.html

Ενδιαφέρον συνέδριο

The role of Higher Education in fostering the culture of dialogue and understanding

http://www.elemedu.upatras.gr/index.php?section=589&itemid691=749&secondary=963

Τετάρτη, 19 Αυγούστου 2009

γεια σέ όλους! ελπίζω οι περισσότεροι τουλάχιστον να είχατε καλύτερο καλοκαίρι από μένα.. Αντωνία πώς ήταν η Νέα Υόρκη;
προς ενημέρωση όλων δεν πήρα ξανά εκπαιδευτική άδεια.
αυτό μου προκαλεί πολύ περισσότερο άγχος, απογοήτευση και θυμό.
ο περιφερειακός διευθυντής παραδέχτηκε το λάθος τους αλλά....
όπως έχουν τα πράγματα.... δεν ξέρω... μου έρχεται να πετάξω τον υπολογιστή από το μπαλκόνι και να τελειώνω με αυτήν την ιστορία....
από την άλλη πεισμώνω.. θα δείξει ποια πλευρά θα νικήσει...
σας έχει τύχει, να νομίζετε ότι δεν έχετε βρει αρκετά άρθρα κτλ, όλα όπως λέει ο Σταμ; εμένα ναι... και δενξέρω τι να κάνω.. σε επιθέσεις, όπως τις ονοάζω , στη βιβλιογραφία, όλο και ανακαλύπτω κάτι.... αυτό που διαπιστώνω είναι ότι μάλλον ποτέ δεν θα μπορέσω να την ελέγχω όλη τέλεια, επαρκώς όμως ναι.
άσε που βλέπω και εφιάλτες με το Σταμ να μου λέει αυτό το έχεις υπόψη σου; και εγώ να μην το έχω...... θα τρελαθώ μου φαίνεται....