1 edition of Building learning communities found in the catalog.
Building learning communities
by Washington Center for Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Education, Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA
Written in English
|Other titles||Coordinated studies handbook, 1988.|
|Statement||Anne Martin, Pat Nerison, Margaret Scarborough.|
|Contributions||Nerison, Patricia., Scarborough, Margaret.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
Teaching and Learning About Communities provides a rationale, conceptual framework and examples for studying communities at every stage of the educational process. It focuses on what community means in multiple contexts, outlines the needs and assets of communities, and discusses different approaches to building and strengthening communities. Social and emotional learning and character education are complementary approaches to strengthening a person's ability to understand, manage, and express the social and emotional aspects of life and to organize action in a positive, goal-directed manner. This book is designed for administrators who need help in introducing programs to their schools, or have begun implementation but would like Cited by:
Get this from a library! Community education: building learning communities. [Larry E Decker]. A strong learning community “sets the ambience for life-giving and uplifting experiences necessary to advance an individual and a whole society” (Lenning and Ebbers ); thus the learning community has been called “a key feature of 21st century schools” (Watkins ) and a “powerful educational practice” (Zhao and Kuh ).
Building and connecting learning communities: This book is about networked learning communities (NLCs)—within-school learning communities that are networked together in purposeful ways. Their mandate is one of professional knowledge creation and sharing for the purpose of enhancing the quality of classroom practice in a needs-based way. Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace, by Rena M. Palloff and Keith Pratt, Book, , John Wiley & Sons, $ Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace: Effective Strategies for the Online Classroom (The Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series) attracted my attention because I am teaching online in an asynchronous environment using WebCT. I know from four years of online.
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Creating the Community. Cultivating Communities of Practice proposes three basic elements that all successful Communities of Practice should have: a domain, a community, and a practice.
It is important to develop all three elements in parallel. The art of community development is to use the connection between domain, community, and practice to help a community evolve and fulfill its potential. In the book, Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace, authors Palloff and Pratt note, "it is the relationships and interactions among people through which knowledge is primarily generated.
The learning community takes on new proportions in this environment and consequently must be nurtured and developed so as to be an effective vehicle for Cited by: Crossing Boundaries and Building Learning Communities: Critical Education and Narrative Research As Praxis (Critical Education and Ethics) [Glenda Moss] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This book addresses the boundaries between teacher education scholarship and preparation for practice in a multicultural society. Building and Connecting Learning Communities. The Power of Networks for School Improvement and superintendents leading district-level change, this book describes how separate professional learning communities can be purposefully linked across schools to create effective Networked Learning Communities (NLCs).
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"A must read for anyone involved in or considering involvement in online, networked learning. Based on solid experience, the authors address the key issue of how to build and sustain learning communities in a networked environment—a subject too often ignored or slighted."—Donald J.
MacIntyre, president, The Fielding Institute"This book's practical approach and illustrative models will. Book by Rena M Review by Douglas Munski Professor of Geography University of North Dakota Online instructors waiting for the new edition of Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace should be aware that Palloff and Pratt have sufficiently reworked their .Buy Building Online Learning Communities: Effective Strategies for the Virtual Classroom 2nd edition () by Rena M.
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