Thinking about teaching, learning, and study.
This essay argues for a revitalization of General Education by making it more holistic and more engaged with the world.
In a recent essay in Rethinking Marxism, as part of a special issue on the legacy of Louis Althusser’s thinking,
Tyson E. Lewis takes up Althusser’s thinking on schooling, trade unionism, and seminars to delimit the concepts of
interpellation, counterinterpellation, and disinterpellation respectively. While Lewis’s work is a crucial first step…[Read more]
Have you ever thought about the language you speak? If the answer is yes, surely you might have wondered: Where does my language come from? How does it change? What are its relationships with other languages? How do its literary and cultural production reflect such evolution and connections? In this course we will approach classic works of Spanish…[Read more]
Spanish 260.001 is a methodological introduction to Hispanic Literature. We focus on three specific genres, Narrative, Poetry and Drama, and the course’s goal is to equip the student with the practical abilities to analyze a literary text in Spanish as well as with a basic knowledge of the major historical trends in Hispanic literature from its o…[Read more]
In this chapter I detail two socialist grading practices, one for grading classroom discussion and the other for determining final grades. Throughout the descriptions I argue for why they are socialist and how I began using them.
Enrique Cecilio Cejas Yanes deposited Experiencias y retos de los proyectos de investigación en la universidad de ciencias pedagógicas in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
This paper shows a systematization of the research projects belong to Universidad de Ciencias Pedagógicas Enrique Jose Varona, Havana, Cuba between 2014-2016 and its projection for 2017 year. This paper has three essentials parts. Firstly, it explains theorist statements and way for designs a project in newest university. Secondly, is the…[Read more]
Ali Kılıçoglu deposited Qualitative Research for Educational Science Researchers: A Review of An Introduction to Qualitative Research in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 5 months ago
Qualitative research is a type of scientific research which includes document analysis, observation or interview. Qualitative research process describes the events in the natural environment realistically and holistically. Although quantitative research methods are mostly used in educational sciences, qualitative research methods are also used by…[Read more]
Mary Dockray-Miller deposited Syllabus for English Lit II (Romantics>Present), English major core lit survey for sophomores in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 5 months, 1 week ago
This syllabus for a very standard course (lit survey of British literature from the Romantic period to the present) is unusual only because its assigned texts are all available open-access. I worked with one of the reference librarians and a work-study student at Lesley’s Sherrill Library to get academically sound editions that were also open…[Read more]
The purpose of this essay is to demonstrate that discussion is distorted in the United States. By “distortion” I mean an inconsistency between the generally understood meaning of the word and the practices that go by it’s name. The meanings of ‘discussion’ range from turn-taking sequences to democratic ideals, as opposed to recitation, conversat…[Read more]
The Public Philosophy Journal’s 2018 New Engaged Scholars Digital Pilot Program, which officially kicks off on February 7th, is designed for doctoral students seeking guided, collaborative opportunities to develop early drafts into publishable content. This is the program agenda.
Dirk Schmidt deposited Automating Color-coding for Pronunciation-Guided Tibetan Text: Using regular expressions to generate HTML color codes for the four main sound profiles within central standard Tibetan in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 8 months ago
Reading is a complex and difficult skill. The main difficulty beginning readers face is learning which letters represent which sounds—and then getting used to those patterns by reading them, again and again, in different combinations and contexts. It takes practice to learn how to read. Research also shows that the easier reading is, the more l…[Read more]
Alvaro Carcaño-Loeza deposited Prácticas educativas para el desarrollo de la competencia informacional en estudiantes de educación superior. in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 8 months, 3 weeks ago
El presente trabajo versa en el diseño, implementación y evaluación de dos actividades de aprendizaje vinculadas con el contenido temático de asignaturas que se imparten en diferentes licenciaturas en instituciones de educación superior. El diseño de estas actividades se basa en las “Normas de competencia para el acceso y uso de la informa…[Read more]
This paper highlights the multiple modalities through which writer, activist, and educator June Jordan materialized a placemaking pedagogy, grounded in the art of structural critique and using language in the service of social change. In this paper, I show how Jordan “implicitly instructs” her students and young readers in cultivating a str…[Read more]
Alison Baker deposited “Every child should be able to relate to their literature”: trainee teachers investigating cultural diversity in picture books. in the group Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 9 months, 1 week ago
Originally published in Write 4 Children Vol IV issue II 81-8, no longer available online.
University of East London is based in London Borough of Newham, one of the most diverse boroughs in Britain, with one of the highest levels of child poverty (ONS 2012, Campaign to End Child Poverty 2012). Trainee teachers on the Primary with English route…[Read more]
A clean copy of the Theory Palette http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6581T, this (almost) blank canvas is open to artistic and textual interventions, variations, and compositions with the intersecting concerns of author, history, culture, psyche, text, reader, literature, language, and embodiment/perception as blendable paint colors.
Evoking the creative messiness of an artist’s palette, this Theory Palette depicts nine theoretical concerns as intersecting, blendable paint colors: author, history, culture, psyche, text, reader, literature, language, and embodiment/perception. Just as painters in the same school, theorists blend colors to create their own compositions, s…[Read more]
Caitlin Duffy replied to the topic CFP: Literature as Activism, Stony Brook University English Graduate Conference in the discussion Education and Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 9 months, 3 weeks ago
The deadline is approaching!
To participate in this year’s annual Stony Brook University English Graduate conference, lease submit all abstracts to <b>firstname.lastname@example.org</b> by December 18th, 2017.
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