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Making Sense Of Social Networks In Schools

Author : Terrence E. Deal
ISBN : 1412954444
Genre : Education
File Size : 49. 96 MB
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With sample social network maps and steps for developing your own, this resource shows leaders how to navigate task, friendship, power, and culture networks to promote school goals.

Making Sense Of Social Development

Author : Dorothy Faulkner
ISBN : 9781136223662
Genre : Education
File Size : 84. 21 MB
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This book explores children's social relationships in and out of the classroom. Chapters focus on the growing importance of children's friendships and how these influence social participation and development later on in life. Issues such as peer rejection, bullying and adolescent development are analysed from both psychological and sociological perspectives. The book concludes with a re-examination of cultural concepts of childhood, child development and the nature of children's autonomy.

What School Leaders Need To Know About Digital Technologies And Social Media

Author : Scott McLeod
ISBN : 9781118116722
Genre : Education
File Size : 32. 96 MB
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Facebook, Twitter, Google...today's tech-savvy students are alwaysplugged in. However, all too often their teachers andadministrators aren't experienced in the use of these familiardigital tools. If schools are to prepare students for the future,administrators and educators must harness the power of digitaltechnologies and social media. With contributions from authorities on the topic of educationaltechnology, What School Leaders Need to Know About DigitalTechnologies and Social Media is a compendium of the mostuseful tools for any education setting. Throughout the book,experts including Will Richardson, Vicki Davis, SherylNussbaum-Beach, Richard Byrne, Joyce Valenza, and many othersexplain how administrators and teachers can best integratetechnology into schools, helping to make sense of theoften-confusing world of social media and digital tools. They offerthe most current information for the educational use of blogs,wikis and podcasts, online learning, open-source courseware,educational gaming, social networking, online mind mapping, mobilephones, and more, and include examples of these methods currentlyat work in schools. As the book clearly illustrates, when thesetools are combined with thoughtful and deliberate pedagogicalpractice, it can create a transformative experience for students,educators, and administrators alike. What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologiesand Social Media reveals the power of information technologyand social networks in the classroom and throughout the educationcommunity.

Making Rti Work

Author : Wayne Sailor
ISBN : 9780470615560
Genre : Education
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Offers best practices for implementing RTI at the school-wide level-to ensure success for all learners Response-to-Intervention is now mandated at schools across the country. While there are a handful of books offering tips on implementation, schools are still struggling to find the best approaches. This book, from a prominent RTI researcher, explains how the most successful schools using RTI manage the process. Sailor offers best practices for implementing RTI not only at the classroom level, but also at the school-wide and district-wide levels, to ensure no student falls through the cracks and schools fulfill the promise of RTI. Offers clear guidance on implementing Response-to-Intervention effectively Reveals the framework used by the most successful schools using RTI Includes information on applying RTI for behavioral problems as well as academic challenges Contains illustrative examples of how the approach is applied at all levels, from individual student to school-wide and district-wide Written by a top researcher in the field of Response-to Intervention

Making Sense Of School Choice

Author : Joel A. Windle
ISBN : 9781137483539
Genre : Education
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Making Sense of School Choice explains why school choice fails to deliver on its promise to meet the needs of culturally diverse populations, even in one of the world's most marketized education systems. Windle offers fresh insights into the transnational processes involved in producing educational inequalities.

Encyclopedia Of Social Networks

Author : George A. Barnett
ISBN : 9781412979115
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 41. 63 MB
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This two-volume encyclopedia provides a thorough introduction to the wide-ranging, fast-developing field of social networking.

Children Adolescents And The Media An Issue Of Pediatric Clinics E Book

Author : Victor C. Strasburger
ISBN : 9781455746828
Genre : Medical
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Dr. Strasburger addresses a popular topic in mainstream media: What are the effects of the multitude of media that are available to our children and adolescents? His well-published authors try to answser this question with articles devoted to thefollowng topics: Health Effects of Media on Children and Adolescents; What Every Pediatrician Needs to Know About Social Networking Sites; Should Babies Be Watching TV and Videos?; Internet Bullying; Creative and Prosocial Uses of Media; Videogames: Good or Bad?; The New Threat of Digital Advertising; Does Media Use Cause Obesity?; Media in the Classroom; Eating Disorders and the Media; and Setting Up an Adolescent Health Website.

Sold On Language

Author : Julie Sedivy
ISBN : 1119996082
Genre : Psychology
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As citizens of capitalist, free-market societies, we tend to celebrate choice and competition. However, in the 21st century, as we have gained more and more choices, we have also become greater targets for persuasive messages from advertisers who want to make those choices for us. In Sold on Language, noted language scientists Julie Sedivy and Greg Carlson examine how rampant competition shapes the ways in which commercial and political advertisers speak to us. In an environment saturated with information, advertising messages attempt to compress as much persuasive power into as small a linguistic space as possible. These messages, the authors reveal, might take the form of a brand name whose sound evokes a certain impression, a turn of phrase that gently applies peer pressure, or a subtle accent that zeroes in on a target audience. As more and more techniques of persuasion are aimed squarely at the corner of our mind which automatically takes in information without conscious thought or deliberation, does 'endless choice' actually mean the end of true choice? Sold on Language offers thought-provoking insights into the choices we make as consumers and citizens – and the choices that are increasingly being made for us. Click here for more discussion and debate on the authors’ blog: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sold-language [Wiley disclaims all responsibility and liability for the content of any third-party websites that can be linked to from this website. Users assume sole responsibility for accessing third-party websites and the use of any content appearing on such websites. Any views expressed in such websites are the views of the authors of the content appearing on those websites and not the views of Wiley or its affiliates, nor do they in any way represent an endorsement by Wiley or its affiliates.]

Making School A Game Worth Playing

Author : Ryan Schaaf
ISBN : 9781483375137
Genre : Education
File Size : 84. 3 MB
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Integrate game-based learning for 21st Century skills success! This straightforward, easy-to-follow guide from experts Schaaf and Mohan helps you leverage technology students love best – digital video games. With step-by-step strategies, you’ll easily find, evaluate, and integrate gaming into your existing lesson plans or completely redesign your classroom. Teachers learn to use well-designed game elements to: Promote meaningful student buy-in Create student-centered, collaborative learning spaces Teach and assess 21st Century Fluencies aligned to Common Core State Standards Address multiple intelligences using research-based strategies Includes a detailed implementation outline. Create engaged, adventure-filled learning with this resourceful guide!

Digital Leadership

Author : Eric Sheninger
ISBN : 9781483339962
Genre : Education
File Size : 24. 22 MB
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Move leadership into the digital age Digital leadership is a strategic mindset and set of behaviors that leverages resources to create a meaningful, transparent, and engaging school culture. It takes into account recent changes such as ubiquitous connectivity, open-source technology, mobile devices, and personalization to dramatically shift how schools have been run and structured for over a century. Leading in education becomes exponentially powerful when using technology to your advantage. Eric Sheninger—“Principal Twitter”—shares his Pillars of Digital Leadership to help readers Transform school culture by initiating sustainable change Use free social media tools to improve communication, enhance public relations, and create a positive brand presence Integrate digital tools into the classroom to increase student engagement and achievement Facilitate professional learning and access new opportunities and resources The time is now, whether you are a building level or teacher leader, to boldly move schools forward in the digital age.

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