Category Archives: Children's Studies

Listening to Children: Ethics and Social Research

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Whale Word Search - Find the names of nine whales in this easy word search puzzle. Constitution, including the Bill of Rights, in their historical contexts. Marisa Young was the 2016 winner of the Reuben Hill Award from the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR). WHAT DOES RESEARCH TELL US ABOUT CHILDREN'S ABILITY TO LEARN HISTORY? Thinking of curriculum not as disciplinary subject matter, but as something experienced in situations is one alternative to the traditional ends-means approach to curriculum (Connelly & Clandinin, 1988).

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Children of Working Parents: Experiences and Outcomes

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Research and evaluation on gender equity in education. Roosevelt's attempt to increase the number of U. Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) approved course. Leaving no child left behind: Accountability reform and students with disabilities. The National Constitution Center - in Philadelphia. By shedding light on ‘implementation as usual’ in children’s social service settings, this study will inform efforts to develop and tailor strategies, propelling the field toward the ideal of evidence-based implementation.

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American Juvenile Justice

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Increased awareness of how and why to look critically at what “A World of Knowledge” 249 knowledge is presented in the digital form and the context in which it is defined is the crucial first step. Therein lies history’s considerable potential to create educational experiences that are relevant and meaningful to students’ lives. Curriculum planners who incorporate a future-oriented perspective will need to constantly monitor and forecast change—and its cost and consequences—in order to guide our curricular progress more wisely.

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The Elfreth Book of Letters

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The power of these images lay in their reinforcing of stereotypes with wide reach on the public imagination. This is primarily a sociology/anthropology theme which also relates to psychology, political science and history. It includes “action and reflection upon the world in order to change it” (p. 14). For example, Wilson hired whites in positions that were traditionally given to blacks during his administration. Theories of gender and sexuality, damaging images from popular culture, and a high tolerance for violence in American society all shape the milieu in which teaching and learning social studies (Crocco, 2001) takes place.

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Slave market of sin

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Children who have an iPad or other tablet device can actually draw on the worksheets with their fingers. They have a hand in framing the very ways we see and make sense of ourselves and others. The Final Research Project will be evaluated by an Academic Committee. Waller, J. (2000) Prejudice across America. Social interaction plays key role in how infants learn language, studies show Social interaction apparently plays a far more important role in how infants learn language than previously believed, according to three related studies conducted by researchers at the University of Washington’s Center for Mind, Brain & Learning (CMBL).

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The Adolescent: Development, Relationships and Culture

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Our core modules cover key aspects of exploring children and young people's lives alongside a broader look at the process of policy development and social research methods: Module options change on a regular basis to reflect the teaching and research interests of staff, as well as to ensure the degree is up-to-date. Her list of Native American links is superb! Your broad knowledge provides an excellent foundation for work across a number of sectors, or as a basis for specialised study in your field of interest.

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Youth Policy, Civil Society and the Modern Irish State

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New, M.; Razzino, B.; Lewin, A.; Schlumpf, K.; Joseph, J. 2002. White (1993) has developed a computer-based curriculum called "ThinkerTools" which develops a scientific concept of motion gradually over several months. The Kenyan playwright and scholar Ngugi wa Thiongo struggled with colonial oppression as he grew up under British rule, experienced the Gikuyu revolt and then faced jail and exile when his plays and books were perceived as subversive by Kenya’s post-independence government.

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Young Men Surviving Child Sexual Abuse: Research Stories and

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It can be divided into 3 parts: How people have been changed by the environment. The relationship between past and present in historical study is also evident in the way historians actually “do” history. Many of these dispositions are moral ones. Many students come to third grade with no knowledge of how to use photos, captions, or charts to help them read because they’ve been exposed almost solely to fairy tales and other fictional stories. Help your students discover the history, geography, and significance of this incredible natural resource.

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Exceptional Childhoods, Unexceptional Children: Growing Up

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The other aspect to this psychological critique is the extent to which SBER and high-stakes testing ignore the diversity of learning styles and rates among children. In this study, Kuhl and Huei-Mei Liu, her former doctoral student who is now an assistant professor of special education at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, analyzed the quality of a language called “motherese.” This “baby talk” is used almost universally by mothers and other adults in talking to babies and is characterized by a higher pitch, slower tempo and exaggerated intonation compared to language directed toward adults.

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I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change

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Theory and practice, from the disciplines of sociology, psychology, and education, form the basis for this integrated curriculum. In the Handbook of Research on Curriculum, Clandinin and Connelly (1992) describe how educational research, from its genesis as a formal field, has segregated inquiry into issues of “curriculum” and “teaching.” The distinction between curriculum and teaching has become commonplace and the effect of its institutionalization is rarely a matter of consideration.

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