Histories And Practices Of Live Art

Author : Deirdre Heddon
ISBN : 9781137272355
Genre : Performing Arts
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In this dynamic collection a team of experts map the development of Live Art culturally, thematically and historically. Supported with examples from around the world, the text engages with a number of key practices, asking what these practices do and how they can be contextualised and understood.
Category: Performing Arts

Space And Learning

Author : Herman Hertzberger
ISBN : 9789064506451
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Paperbacks In Print

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ISBN : UOM:39015076098220
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Philosophy And The Teacher

Author : D.I. Lloyd
ISBN : 9781134930548
Genre : Education
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First published in 1976. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

Music Learning With Massive Open Online Courses Moocs

Author : L. Steels
ISBN : 9781614995937
Genre : Education
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Massive Open Online Courses, known as MOOCs, have arisen as the logical consequence of marrying long-distance education with the web and social media. MOOCs were confidently predicted by advanced thinkers decades ago. They are undoubtedly here to stay, and provide a valuable resource for learners and teachers alike. This book focuses on music as a domain of knowledge, and has three objectives: to introduce the phenomenon of MOOCs; to present ongoing research into making MOOCs more effective and better adapted to the needs of teachers and learners; and finally to present the first steps towards 'social MOOCs’, which support the creation of learning communities in which interactions between learners go beyond correcting each other's assignments. Social MOOCs try to mimic settings for humanistic learning, such as workshops, small choirs, or groups participating in a Hackathon, in which students aided by somebody acting as a tutor learn by solving problems and helping each other. The papers in this book all discuss steps towards social MOOCs; their foundational pedagogy, platforms to create learning communities, methods for assessment and social feedback and concrete experiments. These papers are organized into five sections: background; the role of feedback; platforms for learning communities; experiences with social MOOCs; and looking backwards and looking forward. Technology is not a panacea for the enormous challenges facing today's educators and learners, but this book will be of interest to all those striving to find more effective and humane learning opportunities for a larger group of students.
Category: Education

Critical Learning In Digital Networks

Author : Petar Jandrić
ISBN : 9783319137520
Genre : Education
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This ambitious multidisciplinary volume assembles diverse critical-theory approaches to the current and future states of networked learning. Expert contributors expand upon the existing literature by analyzing the ethical aspects of networked learning and the ongoing need for more open, inclusive, and socially engaged educational practice. Chapters explore in depth evolving concepts of real and virtual, the processes of learning in, against, and beyond the internet, and the role of critical pedagogy in improving social conditions. In all, coverage is both realistic and positive about the potential of digital technologies in higher education as well as social and academic challenges on the horizon. Included among the topics: Counting on use of technology to enhance learning. Decentralized networked learning through online pre-publication. The reality of the online teacher. Moving from urban to virtual spaces and back. The project of a virtual emancipatory pedagogy. Using information technologies in the service of humanity. It is no longer a question of "Can technology enhance learning" it's a given that it does. Critical Learning in Digital Networks offers education researchers, teacher educators, instructional technologists, and instructional designers tools and methods for strengthening this increasingly vital interconnection.
Category: Education

Multimedia In Education

Author : Irene Cheng
ISBN : 9789812837059
Genre : Education
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Reviews many examples of multimedia item types for testing. This book outlines how games can be used to test physics concepts and discusses designing chemistry item types with interactive graphics. It also studies how to test different cognitive skills, such as music, using multimedia interfaces and also evaluate the effectiveness of our model.
Category: Education