Saturday, 31 January 2015

Creative academic

Creative academic - HOME: "Creative Academic is a not for profit, voluntary and community-based educational social enterprise. Our purpose is to champion creativity, in all its manifestations, in higher education in the UK and the wider world. Our goal is to become a global HUB for the production and curation of resources that are of value to the higher education community. Membership is free and open to anyone who shares our interests and values."



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Queen Mary Conference - videos

Videos of the Teaching and Learning Conference and Drapers' Lecture last week now available here:

Cultural Studies of Science Education, Vol. 9, Issue 3 - New Issue Alert


 I received this some time ago and it looks a really interesting resource but haven’t had the time to read the articles as yet.






 In this issue:
Marxism in Vygotskian approaches to cultural studies of science education
Paulo Lima Junior , Fernanda Ostermann & Flavia Rezende
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A dialogue on dialectics
Mark Zuss
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Plastic brains and the dialectics of dialectics
Andrew Loxley , Colette Murphy & Aidan Seery
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Quasi-appropriation of dialectical materialism: a critical reading of Marxism in Vygotskian approaches to cultural studies in science education
André Rodrigues , Juliano Camillo & Cristiano Mattos
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Understanding the limits of Marxist approaches to sociocultural studies of science education
Paulo Lima Junior , Fernanda Ostermann & Flavia Rezende
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Scepticism and doubt in science and science education: the complexity of global warming as a socio-scientific issue
Tom G. K. Bryce & Stephen P. Day
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Beyond evidence: a critical appraisal of global warming as a socio-scientific issue and a reflection on the changing nature of scientific literacy in school
L. Colucci-Gray
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Scepticism and trust: two counterpoint essentials in science education for complex socio-scientific issues
Peter J. Fensham
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Debate on global warming as a socio-scientific issue: science teaching towards political literacy
Wildson Luiz Pereira dos Santos
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A cultural historical activity theory perspective to understand preservice science teachers’ reflections on and tensions during a microteaching experience
Asli Sezen-Barrie , Minh-Dan Tran , Scott P. McDonald & Gregory J. Kelly
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Different habitus: different strategies in teaching physics? Relationships between teachers’ social, economic and cultural capital and strategies in teaching physics in upper secondary school
Susanne Engström & Carina Carlhed
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From authoritative discourse to internally persuasive discourse: discursive evolution in teaching and learning the language of science
Pei-Ling Hsu & Wolff-Michael Roth
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A journey of negotiation and belonging: understanding students’ transitions to science and engineering in higher education
Henriette Tolstrup Holmegaard , Lene Møller Madsen & Lars Ulriksen
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Friday, 30 January 2015

FW: PESTLHE (Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education) Special Issue - OUT NOW

 

Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education has just published its latest issue at http://community.dur.ac.uk/pestlhe.learning/index.php/pestlhe. This is a special issue with a selection of papers from the HEA Wales 2014 Future Directions Conference. 

 

We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

 

In  2015 we are also planning a special edition on 'Threshold Concepts' on 2015 as well as two standard issues in April and October 2015 - submissions welcome throughout the year. If you have an idea for a special edition then again let us know and we may be able to help.

 

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

 

Kind regards

Jane

 

 

 

Vol 10, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

HEA Wales Special Issue 2015

HEA Wales Future Directions Conference Special Issue - Guest Editorial;

ABSTRACT PDF

Helena Lim, Nick Potter

1-2

 

Using student dialogue sheets to inspire teaching

ABSTRACT PDF

Mary Jacob, Grace Burton

3-17

 

From despair to somewhere: activating students in a distance learning environment

ABSTRACT PDF

Karen Foley, Dave Middleton, Ian Fribbance

18-32

 

'Skills for employability? No need thanks, we're radiographers!'

ABSTRACT PDF

Keren Williamson

33-53

 

Learning in and for the workplace - technologies that deliver

ABSTRACT PDF

Jeffrey Lewis

54-66

 

Initial Professional Development: A case study in embedding employability in an undergraduate psychology degree programme.

ABSTRACT PDF

Alison Walker

67-83

 

Preventing Decay: Collaborative partnership between students and staff to prevent deterioration of dental undergraduate practical skills

ABSTRACT PDF

Susan Mary Jenkins, Keith Wills, Sarah Pick, Sarah Al-Kutubi

84-101

 

Developing flexible learning degree programmes for early childhood practitioners: using students' perceptions to inform programme development and promote widening access.

ABSTRACT PDF

Glenda Wyn Tinney, Ann-Marie Gealy

102-119

 

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