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Travel On and On

Travel On and On Author Elisa Macedo Dekaney
ISBN-10 9781607093121
Release 2010-12-16
Pages 76
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Travel On and On: Interdisciplinary Lessons on the Music of World Cultures incorporates traditional and newly composed materials, as well as other content area resources, on the music of our global community. It is intended for use in general music classroom and each lesson has an interdisciplinary approach to teaching music.



Contemporary Music Education

Contemporary Music Education Author Michael Mark
ISBN-10 9781133956303
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 304
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CONTEMPORARY MUSIC EDUCATION explores the theory and practice of teaching music by placing it in the broader context of culture and history. This core text offers music education students a practical and rigorous overview of the profession, covering curriculum development, assessment, and advocacy, while examining the changes brought about by technology, social justice movements, and a half-century of educational reforms. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Music Education in the Caribbean and Latin America

Music Education in the Caribbean and Latin America Author Raymond Torres-Santos
ISBN-10 9781475833195
Release 2017-01-13
Pages 256
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Music Education in the Caribbean and Latin America: A Comprehensive Guide, features music education from twenty of the most important Latin American countries and Caribbean islands. The islands and countries represented are: Central America: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, México, Nicaragua and Panamá South America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Uruguay and Venezuela Caribbean: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and Trinidad and Tobago Each chapter will address some -or all- of the following aspects: the early days, music education in Roman Catholic education/convents, Protestant education, public school/music in the schools, cultural life, music in the community, teacher training, private teaching, conservatory and other institutions, music in university/higher education, instrumental and vocal music, festivals and competitions, teacher education and curriculum development, and professional organizations.



Multicultural Mathematics

Multicultural Mathematics Author Claudia Zaslavsky
ISBN-10 0825121817
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 142
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58 activities to supplement and enrich the regular mathematics curriculum.



Stepping Across

Stepping Across Author Julia Koza
ISBN-10 0820461652
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 176
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<I>Stepping Across: Four Interdisciplinary Studies of Education and Cultural Politics is a collection of four studies of education, privilege, and power - each of which explores relationships between formal schooling and larger cultural contexts. Representing some of Koza's most recent thinking, the studies examine interrelated constructs of race, gender, and social class as they materialize in local and specific settings. -No Hero of Mine: Disney, Popular Culture, and Education- (2001); -Rap Music: The Cultural Politics of Official Representation- (1994); -Unhappy Happy Endings: Cultural Politics in the Broadway Musical Hit <I>Once on This Island- (1997, revised 2001); -To Shave or Not to Shave: The Hair Removal Imperative and Its Implications for Teachers and Teaching- (2001) comprise the collection."



Worlds of Music An Introduction to the Music of the World s Peoples Shorter Version

Worlds of Music  An Introduction to the Music of the World s Peoples  Shorter Version Author Jeff Todd Titon
ISBN-10 9780495570103
Release 2009-01-05
Pages 464
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This shorter version of the best-selling WORLDS OF MUSIC provides much of the authoritative coverage of the comprehensive version in a format that's accessible to students without any background or training in music. Using a case-study approach, the text presents in-depth explorations of music of several cultures from around the world. The authors, all ethnomusicologists working in their fields of expertise, base their discussions of music-cultures on their own fieldwork, and give students a true sense of both the music and culture that created it. General editor, Jeff Todd Titon, has written the text's opening chapter that introduces students to ethnomusicology and relates each chapter's music heard on the accompanying CDs to the fundamentals of music in a worldwide context. The text concludes with a chapter that invites students to participate by undertaking a fieldwork research project that increases a student's understanding of music in daily life. The supplementary three-CD set works hand in hand with the authors' prose, providing students with access to a wide range of music-cultures and include authentic recordings from the authors' fieldwork. Leading off is the long-standing jewel in the WORLDS OF MUSIC crown -- James Koetting's magnificent recording of postal workers canceling stamps at the University of Ghana post office. A Western-sounding hymn tune performed against African rhythms, this piece, more that any other, lets the student hear contrasting music-cultures. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Interdisciplinary studies in the humanities

Interdisciplinary studies in the humanities Author Elizabeth Bayerl
ISBN-10 UOM:39015015203154
Release 1977
Pages 1091
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Interdisciplinary studies in the humanities has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Interdisciplinary studies in the humanities also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Interdisciplinary studies in the humanities book for free.



Pre Occupied Spaces

Pre Occupied Spaces Author Teresa Fiore
ISBN-10 0823274322
Release 2017
Pages 264
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Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction. All at One Point: The Un/likely Connections between Italy's Emigration, Immigration and (Post-)Colonialism -- Part I. Waters: Migrant Voyages and Ships from/to Italy -- Aperture I: An Osean of Pre-Occupation and Possibilities: The Show L'orda -- Chapter 1. Crossing the Atlantic to Meet the Nation: The Emigration Ship in Mignonette's Songs and Crialese's Nuovomondo -- Chapter 2. Overlapping Mediterranean Routes in Marra's Sailing Home, -- Ragusa's The Skin Between Us, and Tekle's Libera -- Part II. Houses: Multi-Ethnic Residential Spaces as Living Archives of Pre-Occupation and Invention -- Aperture II: A Multi-Cultural Project in a National Square: The Orchestra of Piazza Vittorio -- Chapter 3. Displaced Italies and Immigrant "Delinquent" Spaces in Pariani's Argentinian Conventillos and Lakhous' Roman Palazzo -- Chapter 4. Writing the Pasta Factory and the Boarding House as Trans-National Homes: Public and Private Acts in Melliti's Pantanella and Mazzucco's Vita -- Part III. Workplaces: A Creative Re-Occupation of Labor Spaces against Exploitation -- Aperture III: Labor on the Move: Rodari's Construction Workers and Kuruvilla's Babysitter -- Chapter 5. Edification between Nation and Migration in Cavanna's Les Ritals and Adascalitei's "Il giorno di San Nicola" -- Chapter 6: The Circular Routes of Colonial and Post-Colonial Homecare: Però's and Ciaravino's Alexandria and Ghermandi's "The Story of Woizero Bekelech and Signor Antonio" -- Conclusions. Italy as an Imagi-Nation Laboratory: The Citizenship Law between In and Outbound Flows



Social Science Research Ethics for a Globalizing World

Social Science Research Ethics for a Globalizing World Author Keerty Nakray
ISBN-10 9781134748112
Release 2015-10-14
Pages 332
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Research in the humanities and social sciences thrives on critical reflections that unfold with each research project, not only in terms of knowledge created, but in whether chosen methodologies served their purpose. Ethics forms the bulwark of any social science research methodology and it requires continuous engagement and reengagement for the greater advancement of knowledge. Each chapter in this book will draw from the empirical knowledge created through intensive fieldwork and provide an account of ethical questions faced by the contributors, placing them in the context of contemporary debates surrounding the theory and practice of ethics. The chapters have been thematically organized into five sections: Feminist Ethics: Cross-Cultural Reflections and Its Implications for Change; Researching Physical and Sexual Violence in Non-Academic Settings: A Need for Ethical Protocols; Human Agency, Reciprocity, Participation and Activism: Meanings for Social Science Research Ethics; Emotions, Conflict and Dangerous Fields: Issues of “Safety” and Reflective Research; and Social Science Education: Training in Ethics or “Ethical Training” and “Ethical Publicizing." This inter-disciplinary volume will interest students and researchers in academic and non-academic settings in core disciplines of Anthropology, Sociology, Law, Political Science, International Relations, Geography, or inter-disciplinary degrees in Development Studies, Health Studies, Public Health Policy, Social Policy, Health Policy, Psychology, Peace and Conflict studies, and Gender Studies. The book features a foreword by His Holiness The Dalai Lama.



Violence and Culture

Violence and Culture Author Jack David Eller
ISBN-10 UOM:49015003060515
Release 2006
Pages 346
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Jack Eller's book brings together widest range of material on violence as a modern and international cultural problem. It combines comprehensive theoretical discussion from multiple disciplines, including anthropology, sociology, psychology, and biology, with rich empirical description and analysis in a global approach. Violence, if not more prevalent, is attracting more attention in academic arenas as well as the public arena. It has become a central feature of the 21st century. Because understanding violence requires comparisons to nonviolence, Eller examines and contrasts a myriad of violent and nonviolent societies--Publisher's description.



Resources in Education

Resources in Education Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105020620238
Release 1996
Pages
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Resources in Education has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Resources in Education also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Resources in Education book for free.



The Oxford Handbook of Human Development and Culture

The Oxford Handbook of Human Development and Culture Author Lene Arnett Jensen
ISBN-10 9780199948550
Release 2015
Pages 742
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The Oxford Handbook of Human Development and Culture provides a comprehensive synopsis of theory and research on human development, with every chapter drawing together findings from cultures around the world. This includes a focus on cultural diversity within nations, cultural change, and globalization. Expertly edited by Lene Arnett Jensen, the Handbook covers the entire lifespan from the prenatal period to old age. It delves deeply into topics such as the development of emotion, language, cognition, morality, creativity, and religion, as well as developmental contexts such as family, friends, civic institutions, school, media, and work. Written by an international group of eminent and cutting-edge experts, chapters showcase the burgeoning interdisciplinary approach to scholarship that bridges universal and cultural perspectives on human development. This "cultural-developmental approach" is a multifaceted, flexible, and dynamic way to conceptualize theory and research that is in step with the cultural and global realities of human development in the 21st century.



Understanding World Religions

Understanding World Religions Author Irving Hexham
ISBN-10 9780310314486
Release 2011-03-22
Pages 512
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Globalization and high-speed communication put twenty-first century people in contact with adherents to a wide variety of world religions, but usually, valuable knowledge of these other traditions is limited at best. On the one hand, religious stereotypes abound, hampering a serious exploration of unfamiliar philosophies and practices. On the other hand, the popular idea that all religions lead to the same God or the same moral life fails to account for the distinctive origins and radically different teachings found across the world’s many religions. Understanding World Religions presents religion as a complex and intriguing matrix of history, philosophy, culture, beliefs, and practices. Hexham believes that a certain degree of objectivity and critique is inherent in the study of religion, and he guides readers in responsible ways of carrying this out. Of particular importance is Hexham’s decision to explore African religions, which have frequently been absent from major religion texts. He surveys these in addition to varieties of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.



Sustaining Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Sustaining Interdisciplinary Collaboration Author Regina Bendix
ISBN-10 9780252099397
Release 2017-03-28
Pages 160
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At once a slogan and a vision for future scholarship, interdisciplinarity promises to break through barriers to address today's complex challenges. Yet even high-stakes projects often falter, undone by poor communication, strong feelings, bureaucratic frameworks, and contradictory incentives. This new book shows newcomers and veteran researchers how to craft associations that will lead to rich mutual learning under inevitably tricky conditions. Strikingly candid and always grounded, the authors draw a wealth of profound, practical lessons from an in-depth case study of a multiyear funded project on cultural property. Examining the social dynamics of collaboration, they show readers how to anticipate sources of conflict, nurture trust, and jump-start thinking across disciplines. Researchers and institutions alike will learn to plan for each phase of a project life cycle, capturing insights and shepherding involvement along the way.



Integrative Strategies for the K12 Social Studies Classroom

Integrative Strategies for the K12 Social Studies Classroom Author Timothy Lintner
ISBN-10 9781623960841
Release 2013-03-01
Pages 247
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While the concept of integration or an interdisciplinary curriculum has been around for decades, the purposeful practice of integration is a relatively new educational endeavor. Though classroom teachers often say they “integrate,” there generally seems to be a lack of understanding of what this thing called integration is (theory) and what it is supposed to look like in the classroom (practice). Arguably, no other discipline has felt the pressure to integrate more than social studies. Marginalized by federal initiatives such as No Child Left Behind and suffering from a general crisis of credibility, social studies has been pushed further and further to the proverbial back burner of educational importance. Yet regardless of perspective or position, social studies remains ripe for integration. The crux of this book is to provide educators insights and strategies into how to integrate social studies with other discipline areas. Calling upon national experts in their respective fields, each chapter chronicles the broad relationship between individual content areas and social studies. Multiple examples of integrative opportunities are included. At the end of each chapter is a series of gradespecific integrative lesson plans ready for implementation. This book was purposefully designed as a howto, handson, readyreference guide for educators at all stages and all levels of teaching.



The Oxford Handbook of Children s Musical Cultures

The Oxford Handbook of Children s Musical Cultures Author Patricia Shehan Campbell
ISBN-10 9780199737635
Release 2013-02-14
Pages 636
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The Oxford Handbook of Children's Musical Cultures is a compendium of perspectives on children and their musical engagements as singers, dancers, players, and avid listeners. Over the course of 35 chapters, contributors from around the world provide an interdisciplinary enquiry into the musical lives of children in a variety of cultures, and their role as both preservers and innovators of music. Drawing on a wide array of fields from ethnomusicology and folklore to education and developmental psychology, the chapters presented in this handbook provide windows into the musical enculturation, education, and training of children, and the ways in which they learn, express, invent, and preserve music. Offering an understanding of the nature, structures, and styles of music preferred and used by children from toddlerhood through childhood and into adolescence, The Oxford Handbook of Children's Musical Cultures is an important step forward in the study of children and music.



Learning in the Global Era

Learning in the Global Era Author Marcelo Suarez-Orozco
ISBN-10 9780520941496
Release 2007-10-15
Pages 335
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An international gathering of leading scholars, policymakers, and educators takes on some of the most difficult and controversial issues of our time in this groundbreaking exploration of how globalization is affecting education around the world. The contributors, drawing from innovative research in both the social sciences and the neurosciences, examine the challenges and opportunities now facing schools as a result of massive migration flows, new economic realities, new technologies, and the growing cultural diversity of the world's major cities. Writing for a wide audience, they address such questions as: How do we educate all youth to develop the skills and sensibilities necessary to thrive in globally linked, technologically interconnected economies? What can schools do to meet the urgent need to educate growing numbers of migrant youth at risk of failure in societies already divided by inequality? What are the limits of cultural tolerance as tensions over gender, religion, and race threaten social cohesion in schools and neighborhoods alike? Bringing together scholars with deep experience in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, this work, grounded in rich examples from everyday life, is highly relevant not only to scholars and policymakers but also to all stakeholders responsible for the day-to-day workings of schools in cities across the globe.