Thinking about teaching, learning, and study.
“Ideology” has fallen out of favor as a term of art. Terms like “equity,” “bias,” “gap,” “discourse,” “norm,” various “isms,” “consciousness,” “experience,” and “policy” tend to appear in scholarly and mainstream education dialogue when it comes to social-political practices. Yet the term is important both historically and for the present day. A…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited Effect of Remediation Activities on Grade 5 Pupils’ Academic Performance in Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 5 days, 17 hours ago
This study assesses the effectiveness of remediation activities of Grade 5 pupil’s academic performance in the subject Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE). The study used an experimental pretest-posttest design. We chose two schools in the experiment and each school has a class with 50 pupils each. We assigned one school as the independent g…[Read more]
The study was conducted to identify the motivating factors of teachers in developing supplementary learning materials in the Schools Division in Central Luzon, Philippines.Findings revealed there were ten (10) motivating factors that help teachers to develop supplementary learning materials namely: helps them to deliver the lesson easier;…[Read more]
The teacher, aside from the challenges he/she faces in everyday work, the rigors of student management and the mountain of paperwork, is also confronted with the task to be emotionally matured, exhibit positive work habits, and display high teaching performance. This study aimed to determine the emotional quotient, work attitude, and teaching…[Read more]
This paper was presented as part of an online symposium titled “Research as a Radical Act of Creativity” organized by the School of Arts, Design and Architecture at Aalto University. As a response to “radical creativity” – one of the current cross-cutting, strategic themes of Aalto University – the paper addresses the need to learn from dec…[Read more]
Faculty performance review, faculty development, and organizational climate are an essential element of the educational institution. More importantly, the mentioned variables have certain connections and interplay with each other. This study describes the performance review, faculty development, and organizational climate of a tertiary education…[Read more]
“སོ་རི་མེ་བུ།”, “so ri me bu” (teeth, mountain, fire, boy), is an alphabet book for Tibetan. It was in use at Esukhia’s immersion and online school from 2015 to 2018, when it was replaced by an improved and expanded version called “A0 Jongdeb” (https://www.esukhia.xyz/a0-cover). At the time, it represented a major pedagogical breakthroug…[Read more]
Présentation de l’article « Humanisme et Organisations »
par Bernard Sionneau
In Humanisme et Entreprise, numéro spécial 200/201, Octobre 1993, pp. 51-115
Près de trois décennies se sont écoulées depuis la rédaction de cet article. Accepté pour être présenté en mars 1993 au cours de la 5ème conférence de la Society for the Advancement of So…[Read more]
The educators of the 21st century have a great task ahead. In today’s world, the educators are expected to have a great deal of professional and personal qualities, and extraordinary skills. This descriptive-correlational study aimed to determine perceptions of college students on a well-qualified educator. The study included 123 selected c…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited Professional Development, Organizational Climate, Supervisory Rapport, and Overall Satisfaction of Employees: An Attitudinal Study in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 3 months, 3 weeks ago
This study aimed to analyze the professional development, organizational climate, supervisory rapport, and overall satisfaction of employees from a local higher education institution in Central Luzon, Philippines. This study made use of a descriptive-correlational design with an adapted and modified survey questionnaire as an instrument and…[Read more]
Earth Focus is a forum for discussion and a catalyst for action for young people of all ages. We deal with issues concerning our environment, community and culture at all levels. Issue 16, titled “Power to the People”, includes the sections: Energy, Discover Solar Systems, Pedal for Progress, Become a Fossils expert, Solar Cooker invasion, etc.
‘Biopiracy: Student Edition’ is based on the book ‘Biopiracy’ by Vandana Shiva. This edition was created by an international team of interns, volunteers, and students at Bija Vidyapeeth, Navdanya’s organic farm and seed college in Doon Valley, India.
Prepared by Young Delegates to the 2nd World Youth Congress, Casablanca, Morocco – August 16-28, 2003, under the leadership of Peace Child International & the Moroccan Youth Forum. Excerpt: “This magazine, like the Casablanca Declaration, outlines the vision of young people on what needs to be done to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (…[Read more]
John Mark R. Asio deposited Students bullying teachers: Understanding and behavior of college students from a higher education institution in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Student bullying a teacher is a phenomenon given with the least attention and focus since the perpetrators were seen as the academe itself. This descriptive study aims to determine the understanding and behavior of students in a higher education institution towards teacher bullying. The study surveyed 105 conveniently selected respondents from the…[Read more]
[COMPLETE OPEN-ACCESS CURRICULUM INCLUDED] ReFueling the Future is the first project in the ReImagining the Future series launched by Greenbacker Capital and Global Citizenship Experience Lab School. By asking “how will we fuel our future?”, the purpose of this project is to get acquainted with the current state of our energy supply system,…[Read more]
This is the syllabus for an introductory course on Marx and critical theory that I taught at Binghamton University in the spring semester, 2020. It revises and expands an earlier iteration of the course that I had taught in spring, 2018, also at Binghamton University.
[COMPLETE OPEN-ACCESS CURRICULUM INCLUDED] In April 2017, the world population topped 7.5 billion people. As our population continues to grow, natural resources are dwindling due to human consumption, and the resources that remain are unequally distributed. More than ever, our world needs thoughtful, engaged, global citizens to address the…[Read more]
Due to the great interest for the first two sessions of the Digital Humanities Doctoral Seminar, we are very happy to announce two new online sessions on August 3rd & 4th and on September 3rd & 4th. This doctoral seminar is an introduction to Digital Humanities defined as the application of methods and tools from Information and Communication…[Read more]
Stephanie Leite deposited Rescue Mission: Planet Earth 2002—a young people’s assessment of progress on the implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the other major UN summits in the ten years between 1992-2002 in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 4 months, 1 week ago
Excerpt of Foreword by Kofi Annan: “Ten years have passed since a group of young editors published the original Rescue Mission: Planet Earth—a children’s version of Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is the blueprint for sustainable development adopted at the ‘Earth Summit’ in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Rescue Mission was a wake-up call to ‘stop senseless war…[Read more]
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