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AGENDA

8-9 HISTORIAS MÍNIMAS

INFANTIL / PRIMARIA Ordenadores en la escuela rural

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Pep Borràs Carles

Pizarras mágicas en el aula

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Pep Guitart

PERSPECTIVA INTERNACIONAL

PRIMARIA

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Cuando los ordenadores son una herramienta más 32 Manuel Martín

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ESO Hacia el instituto digital

REPORTAJE

Pep Guitart

Una escuela de oportunidades llena de color

La aventura de los Indiana Jones

Manuel Martín

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sumario { ENERO 2010 Nº397 CUADERNOS DE PEDAGOGÍA

44-55 DOSSIER Los chicos de historia

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ENTREVISTA José María Pou

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Y después del examen ¿qué? Lola Lara

Algunos extractos de la obra de Bennett

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Alan Bennett

Lo mejor y lo peor Miquel Àngel Essomba

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56-79 TEMA DEL MES Las escuelas infantiles de Pistoia

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M. Carme Bernal Creus y Berta Vila Saborit (Coords.)

Entre teoría y práctica: una historia en proceso

Un día en el taller del Area Blu 58

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OPINIÓN

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La hora de las evaluaciones externas

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Evaluar competencias básicas: ¿una moda o una necesidad?

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Angela Palandri

Sonia Iozzelli

¿Por qué narrar? Entrevista a Anna Lia Galardini

Marisa Schiano

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Maite Pujol

Comunidad para aprender Donatella Giovannini

Un referente contemporáneo en Cataluña 65

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M. Carme Bernal i Creus y Berta Vila i Saborit

Para saber más M. Carme Bernal i Creus

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Antonio J. Benítez Herrera

La evaluación de Primaria en Cataluña 86 Joaquín Prats Cuevas

Los peligros de la evaluación Miguel Ángel Santos Guerra

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CASE - January 2010

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January 2010

Benchmarking Alumni Relations Are We There Yet? Alumni professionals have made strides in proving the value of their work

The Power of Data European alumni programs discover the benefits of benchmarking

Features

Columns Steering through Stewardship How to streamline and consolidate processes to maximize fundraising

Talking Points: Standards that Fit Community colleges aim to create a new accountability system

Recipes for Success Independent schools break the mold when it comes to social media

Office Space: Show Don't Tell New Web site design allows university to become its own media outlet

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INNOVATIVE HIGHER EDUCATION Dec 2009; Vol.34, Iss.5

An Action Research Study of Student Self-Assessment in Higher Education Tamara M Walser. Innovative Higher Education. New York: Dec 2009. Vol. 34, Iss. 5; p. 299 Inspiration and Action: Life and Legacy of Jeannette Rankin Libby V Morris. Innovative Higher Education. New York: Dec 2009. Vol. 34, Iss. 5; p. 283 Interdisciplinary Strategies as Transformative Change in Higher Education Karri A Holley. Innovative Higher Education. New York: Dec 2009. Vol. 34, Iss. 5; p. 331 Janusian Leadership: Two Profiles of Power in a Community of Practice Lisa D Weaver, Meghan J Pifer, Carol L Colbeck. Innovative Higher Education. New York: Dec 2009. Vol. 34, Iss. 5; p. 307 Launching Interdisciplinary Programs as College Signature Areas: An Example Tammy Stone, Kathleen Bollard, Jonathan M Harbor. Innovative Higher Education. New York: Dec 2009. Vol. 34, Iss. 5; p. 321 Mission Statements, Physical Space, and Strategy in Higher Education Sam J Fugazzotto. Innovative Higher Education. New York: Dec 2009. Vol. 34, Iss. 5; p. 285


international higher education the boston college center for international higher education number 57 fall 2009 Academic Freedom 2

Academic Freedom: A Realistic Appraisal

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New Challenges in the United States

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Crossroads in the United States

Philip G. Altbach

Robert M. O’Neil

Louis M. Benedict

International Issues 6

Is Greater Financial Independence Ahead for Universities?

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International Strategies for Increasing Attainment

Roger Goodman

Arthur M. Hauptman and Young Kim

Globalization and Regionalization 9

Unintended Effects of the Bologna Reforms Sybille Reichert

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Globalization and Quality Assurance in Panama Nanette Svenson

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Canadian Strategies for Internationalization Sally-Ann Burnett and Jeroen Huisman

Africa Focus 13

Postgraduate Studies in Africa: The Looming Crisis Wisdom J. Tettey

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Burundi: Challenges and Conflicts Dorothy E. Finnegan

Countries and Regions 17

Japan: The “Haves” are Gaining and the “Have-Nots” are Losing Yoshiaki Obara

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Germany: The Quest for World Class Barbara M. Kehm

A Response 20

A Closer Look at OECD Statistics Eric Charbonnier

Departments 22

New Publications

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News of the Center


The Journal of Educational Research Volume 103, Number 1 / 2009 Training the Scientific Thinking Circle in Pre- and Primary School Children

pp. 1 - 16

Peter J.N. Dejonckheere, Kristof Van De Keere, Nele Mestdagh

The Socioemotional Experiences of Student Teachers During Practicum: A pp. 17 - 27 Case of Reality Shock? Susana Caires, Leandro S. Almeida, Carla Martins

The Role of Individual and Social Factors in Classroom Loneliness

pp. 28 - 39

Georg Stoeckli

The Influence of Distributed Leadership on Teachers’ Organizational Commitment: A Multilevel Approach Hester Hulpia, Geert Devos, Hilde Van Keer

pp. 40 - 52

Parental Involvement as a Protective Factor During the Transition to High School Wei-Bing Chen and Anne Gregory

pp. 53 - 62

A Review of “Observation Techniques: Structured to Unstructured”: Gillham, B. (2008). London & New York: Continuum International Publishing Group. 112 pp. Susan N. Kushner Benson

pp. 63 - 64

A Review of “Constructing Identities in Online Communities of Practice: A pp. 64 - 65 Case Study of Online Learning”: Kajee, L. (2008). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. 267 pp. Claire Lauer

 

A Review of “School-Based research: A Guide for Education Students”: Wilson, E. (Ed.). (2009). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 304 pp. Mei-Hui Liu

pp. 65 - 66

A Review of “Secrets to Success for Science Teachers”: Kottler, E., & Costa, V. B. (2009). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. 296 pp. J. Mitchell O'Toole

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THE JOURNAL January 2010, volumen 37, No. 1 Be Prepared for 'What If?'. By: Fletcher, Geoffrey H. p4-4, 2/3p Full Text Available

Begley Jr. to Deliver FETC Keynote. p6-6, 1/3p Full

Texas School Boosts Broadcast Program With New Technology. p6-6, 1/3p Full T

Ed Tech Leaders Respond to President's Call to Action. p6-6, 1/9p Full T

Support for K-12 Online Learning Grows. p7-7, 1/4p Full T

Top 10 Wired States. p7-7, 1/9p Full T

Survey: Educator Participation in Social Networking Lags Well Behind Interest. p7-7, 2/3p Full

iNACOL Online Innovator Award Winners Announced. p8-8, 1/3p Full T

AL District Invests in Energy Efficiency. p8-8, 1/3p Full Text Availabl

you told us. p10-10, 1/3p Full Text Availab

quote unquote. p13-13, 1/3p Full Text A

we stand corrected. p13-13, 1/9p Full Text Avai

All Systems Go. By: O'Hanlon, Charlene. p14-15, 2p Full Text Available

Building a Better CTO. By: Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Full Text Available

Winning Back Homeschoolers. By: Demski, Jennifer. p20-21, 2p Full Text Available

Up, Up, and Away. By: Waters, John K. p22-27, 5p Full Text Available

VIRTUAL P. E.? NO SWEAT! By: Grayson, Jennifer. p28-31, 4p Full Text Available

LEFT TO THEIR OWN DEVICES. By: Weinstock, Jeff.p32-36, 5p Full Text Available

Product Focus. p38-39, 2p Full Tex


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