Последипломное образование. 2012-2013. Справочник
Справочник содержит сведения о государственных и негосударственных учебных заведениях, предоставляющих услуги в области послевузовского образо-вания.
Представлена информация о втором высшем образовании, программах МВА (как отечественных, так и зарубежных), семинарах и тренингах, профессиональной переподготовке и повышении квалификации, курсах различной направленности, магистратуре и аспирантуре. Затронуты также вопросы дальнейшего трудо-устройства.
Справочник будет полезен желающим приобрести вторую профессию, найти или сменить работу, получить второе высшее образование, повысить свою квалификацию, а также руководителям центров профориентации, преподавателям....
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Самостоятельная работа студентов. Практическое пособие
Подробно рассматриваются различные виды самостоятельных работ студентов, раскрывается их содержание, предлагается методика подготовки к ним. Изучив материал данного учебного пособия, студенты смогут овладеть навыками работы с литературой, методами ее поиска и анализа; самостоятельно выполнять проектные задания, готовиться к семинарским занятиям, экзаменам; писать учебные, научные доклады, статьи, тезисы; выступать в "дебатах" и дискуссиях и аргументированно отстаивать свои позиции, а также многое другое, что по своей сути направлено на формирование креативной, мыслящей и активной личности, способной стать подлинным фактором социально-профессиональных отношений после окончания обучения в высшей школе.
Учебное пособие предназначается студентам и их научным руководителям, преподавателям высших учебных заведений....
The Palgrave Student Planner 2013-2014
This best-selling planner is the complete self-management tool for students. It contains everything students need to organise their information and time effectively, including study skills advice, diary pages, personal finance guidance, timetables, useful contacts and websites, spelling rules, notes pages and much more....
Growing Up Indigenous
This is a fascinating account of traditional socialisation and Indigenous forms of learning in Australia and Melanesia. It draws from rich ethnographic, historical and educational material. There has never been a greater need for a socially and historically informed, yet critical account, of the mismatch between traditional ways, realities of life in Indigenous communities, villages and enclaves, and the forms of education provided in schools. Raymond Nichol, a specialist in Indigenous education and pedagogy, surveys the links, too often disparities, between ethnographic detail of life 'on the ground' and the schooling provided by nation states in this vast region. Most importantly, he explores and suggests ways community developers and educators, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, may work to bridge the gaps in social rights, educational and economic development. This is relevant for all Indigenous communities, their survival and development. Many vexed issues are discussed, such as race, ethnicity, identity, discrimination, self-determination, development, and relevant, effective pedagogical, learning and schooling strategies. Dr Raymond Nichol is Head of Social Science Education and Co-ordinator International in the Faculty of Education, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. He is an anthropologist and teacher educator. His many publications in the fields of education and social science include Socialization, Land, and Citizenship among Aboriginal Australians: Reconciling Indigenous and Western Forms of Education, Lewiston, NY: Edward Mellen Press, 2005. This is a follow-up, comparative extension and update to that book....
The Broken Cisterns of African American Education
A volume in Research on African American Education Series Editors: Carol Camp Yeakey, Washington University in St. Louis and Ronald D. Henderson, National Education Association The failure of American education to achieve racial diversity has resulted...
Educated for Change? Muslim Refugee Women in the West
Educated for Change?: Muslim Women in the West inserts Muslim women's voice and action into the bifurcated, and otherwise male dominated, relations between the West and the Islamic East. A multilayered, multisite, educational ethnography, Buck and Silver's study takes a novel approach to its feminist charge. Drawing upon thick description of refugee women's school experiences in two seemingly distinct locations, Educated for Change? engages the dual nature of schooling as at once a disciplinary apparatus of local, national, and international governance, and paradoxically, a space and process through which school community members wield the power to observe, deliberate, and act as agents in the creative and willful endeavor of living. In doing so, the text locates formal schooling as a key location at which one can witness the politics of cultural change that emerge when Western and Islamic communities converge. Following an initial introduction to the ethno-historical formation and dissolution of the Somali postcolonial state resulting in a prolonged exodus of Somali citizens, the text is divided into two parts. Part One features an examination of young women's approaches to schooling in the Dadaab refugee camps of northeastern Kenya; Part Two looks at schooling among Somali women resettled in a northern region of the United States. Each part includes a description of the unique, if interconnected, local factors and policies that give rise to particular forms and ends of schooling as designed for refugee women. Several chapters depict women's strategic use of schooling to respond to structural forces, build intercultural social networks, and negotiate new ways of being Somali women. Educated for Change? concludes with an analysis of the implications of Somali refugee women's schooling experiences for working definitions of global social justice that undergird feminist political scholarship and gender-sensitive, humanitarian aid policy and practice....
14 Disciplines For The First Year At College
14 Disciplines For The First Year At College gives insightful, and skillful, recommendations for transitioning high school students as they begin their journey of attending college. These 14 major components to being successful, and cautious, when going off to college could also serve as a base throughout a student's college years. This book should be viewed as extra to what most students already know yet fall short of implementing due to stresses, strains and overwhelming peer pressure often experienced on campus. This is not only meant to be a practical guide, but to touch on key aspects of college life itself. In addition, savvy tips for you to consider are included to move through college more efficiently. The methods and strategies in this book are meant to assist you in effectively maneuvering in—and out of—certain situations you might encounter during your first year at college.
This book would make an excellent gift for someone entering college!...
Making the Connection
Making the Connection: Data-Informed Practices in Academic Support Centers for College Athletes is practical and ideal for those who seek to use research to inform their individual and organizational practices. This volume is primarily intended for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, though scholars, researchers, teachers, practitioners, coaches, athletics administrators, and advocates of intercollegiate athletics will also find it useful. It comprises a series of chapters that cover a wide range of evidence-based approaches designed to enhance the practices of those who work closely with college athletes. Given the breadth of the field overall, this single volume is not exhaustive, but the current concerns, challenges, and themes of relevance to higher education researchers, practitioners, and others are well addressed. The intent of the text is to spark conversation about how college and university constituents can reframe their thinking about the importance of innovative research to careful, informed practice. Likewise, the contributors hope that it will inspire greater awareness and action among practitioners, as well as advance scholarship in the area of athletics. Each chapter includes current research, and in some cases theoretical perspectives, which should assist practitioners enhance the well-being of college athletes. Each chapter also offers guided discussion questions that are ideal for use as the basis of further conversation in the classroom setting. Adopters of this text will benefit from leading voices in the field who delve into complex issues, shedding new light and presenting unique opportunities for understanding a diversity of perspectives on evidence-based practices in support centers for athletes. In all, this volume provides a rich portrait of data-driven practices designed to assist practitioners and others who work closely with college athletes, and lays the groundwork for an ambitious and long overdue agenda to further develop innovative research that informs the practices of athletics stakeholders and improves the quality of experiences for college athletes....
Rambles In Old College Towns
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork....