Educating Caroline

Author: Patricia Cabot
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743421485
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Lady Caroline Linford is horrified to discover... her fiancé, the Marquis of Winchilsea, in the arms of another woman. Unfortunately, Victorian society considers such masculine peccadilloes a trifle; canceling their imminent wedding would be unthinkable. But Caroline's wish is for the man she is to marry to desire only her...and she seeks lessons in the art of romance from the best teacher: London's most notorious rake. Braden Granville may be a famous lover... but he has no intention of taking part in Caroline's scheme -- until he learns she has something he wants: the name of his own unfaithful fiancée's lover. As their passionate tutelage begins, sparks fly -- and the lines between teacher and student fall away. Now there is just one last lesson to learn: on the subject of true love, the heart chooses its own unpredictable ways.

Educating For Well Being In Law

Author: Caroline Strevens
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351104381
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Bringing together the current international body of knowledge on key issues for educating for well-being in law, this book offers comparative perspectives across jurisdictions, and utilises a range of theoretical lenses (including socio-legal, psychological and ethical theories) in analysing well-being and legal education in law. The chapters include innovative and tested research methodologies and strategies for educating for well-being. Asking and answering the question as to whether law is special in terms of producing psychological distress in law students, law teachers and the profession, and bringing together common and opposing perspectives, this book also seeks to highlight excellent practice in promoting a positive professional identity at law school and beyond resulting in an original contribution to knowledge, and new discourses of analysis.

Rosa The Educating Mother

Author: Henry Marcus Cottinger
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Educating The Consumer Citizen

Author: Joel Spring
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113563274X
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In Educating the Consumer-Citizen: A History of the Marriage of Schools, Advertising, and Media, Joel Spring charts the rise of consumerism as the dominant American ideology of the 21st century. He documents and analyzes how, from the early 19th century through the present, the combined endeavors of schools, advertising, and media have led to the creation of a consumerist ideology and ensured its central place in American life and global culture. Spring first defines consumerist ideology and consumer-citizen and explores their 19th-century origins in schools, children's literature, the commercialization of American cities, advertising, newspapers, and the development of department stores. He then traces the rise of consumerist ideology in the 20th century by looking closely at: the impact of the home economics profession on the education of women as consumers and the development of an American cuisine based on packaged and processed foods; the influence of advertising images of sports heroes, cowboys, and the clean-shaven businessman in shaping male identity; the outcomes of the growth of the high school as a mass institution on the development of teenage consumer markets; the consequences of commercial radio and television joining with the schools to educate a consumer-oriented population so that, by the 1950s, consumerist images were tied to the Cold War and presented as the "American way of life" in both media and schools; the effects of the civil rights movement on integrating previously excluded groups into the consumer society; the changes the women's movement demanded in textbooks, school curricula, media, and advertising that led to a new image of women in the consumer market; and the ascent of fast food education. Spring carries the story into the 21st century by examining the evolving marriage of schools, advertising, and media and its ongoing role in educating the consumer-citizen and creating an integrated consumer market. This book will be of wide interest to scholars, professionals, and students across foundations of education, history and sociology of education, educational policy, mass communications, American history, and cultural studies. It is highly appropriate as a text for courses in these areas.

Educating Children To Bully

Author: R.L. Davey
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483637913
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My book consists of twelve chapters with each chapter describing a complete incident that occurred in un-named state schools. The incidents include teachers being intimidated to cover-up the bullying or sexual harassment and assault of children ranging in age from five years to thirteen years of age. All assaults occurred during school hours when teachers, principals and the department of education were trusted to protect their young charges. Each assault was either not recorded, so therefore didn’t happen, or details were ‘played down’ or completely fabricated to make the child, parents or teachers appear to be exaggerating. I have recounted dishonesty and apathy by some officials and the sad results I saw as the children realized that the adults who went in to fight for them were defeated and broken by the same system. The book and my fight for justice for my colleagues and children have come at a high price. The loss of my teaching job and targeting by some who still want to silence me.

Educating Middle Class Daughters

Author: Carol Gold
Editor: Museum Tusculanum Press
ISBN: 9788772893730
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There were over 150 private day schools in early nineteenth century Copenhagen. They were run by literate women who taught everything from the basic 3R's to history, science and literature. This is the story of these schools, their teacher-owners, and the girls who attended them. It is also the story of the socialisation of middle class girls at the turn of the eighteenth to nineteenth century in Denmark.

Entertaining And Educating Young Children

Author: Caroline Young
Editor: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1474900410
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An easy-to-use guide filled with activities and play ideas for every stage of a child's development up to the age of five. Covers a wide range of topics including painting and drawing, music, books and stories, food and active play.

Educating All

Author: Elizabeth Grugeon
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351655647
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Originally published in 1990. Following the Swann Report of 1985 and its pleas for ‘Education for All’ the need for multicultural education in all areas was generally recognised. This need was particularly pressing in primary schools since racial attitudes are formed early in life and may be difficult to change later. This book documents and evaluates a number of approaches in this area, considering their effects on pupil learning and development. These include whole-school projects in mathematics, environmental studies, and a school exchange; and experiences of pupils at key stages. The authors argue that collaboration, participation and democratic procedures lay behind the more successful developments.

Educating The Germans

Author: David Phillips
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472511166
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Educating the Germans examines the role of the British in the 'reconstruction' of education in occupied Germany from 1945 to 1949. It covers war-time planning for a future role in overseeing education at all levels in Germany, looks at policy and its implementation, describes the British personnel involved and their interaction with German authorities, and assesses the lasting effects of the British effort in securing the future development of education from Kindergarten to university in the emerging Federal Republic. Thoroughly researched and employing a wide range of sources in Britain and Germany, this is an important study for anyone looking to further their understanding of Germany, and Britain's relationship with Germany in the immediate post-war era.

Entertaining And Educating Babies And Toddlers

Author: Caroline Young
Editor: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1474900399
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This easy-to-use guide is filled with everything that parents or carers of babies and toddlers need to know about keeping their little ones amused. Arranged by age, it covers topics such as keeping babies busy, fun with food, toddler painting, messy fun and much more. A combination of easy-to-read text, step-by-step instructions and gorgeous illustrations make this book perfect for even the busiest mums and dads!

Educating English Language Learners

Author: Fred Genesee
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521676991
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Educating Tomorrow S Engineers

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Science and Technology Committee
Editor: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215053411
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In the UK we teach young people to become computer users and consumers rather than programmers and software engineers. This is creating a chronic skills gap in ICT. We need around 82,000 engineers and technicians just to deal with retirements up to 2016 and 830,000 SET professionals by 2020. On the plus side, the Government's proposal to include computer science as a fourth science option to count towards the EBac is welcomed. The Committee also welcomes the EBac's focus on attainment of mathematics and science GCSEs but is concerned that subjects such as Design and Technology (D&T) might be marginalised. A Technical Baccalaureate (TechBac) is being designed but if it is to be a success, schools should be incentivised to focus on the TechBac by making it equivalent to the EBac. Reforms to vocational education following the Wolf Review meant that Level 2 of the Engineering Diploma, a qualification highly regarded, would count as equivalent to one GCSE despite requiring curriculum time and effort equivalent to several GCSEs. The Engineering Diploma, however, is currently being redesigned as four separate qualifications. The Committee also expressed concerns over the Department for Education's (DfE) lack of clarity on its research budget, and use of evidence in decision-making. The DfE needs to place greater focus on gathering evidence before changes to qualifications are made, and must leave sufficient time for evidence to be gathered on the effectiveness of policies before introducing further change. The possibility of gathering evidence from randomised controlled trials (RCTs) should be seriously considered

Educating English Learners

Author: Joyce W. Nutta
Editor: Harvard Education Press
ISBN: 1612507212
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In Educating English Learners, Joyce W. Nutta and her colleagues offer practical tools for helping schools and teachers successfully integrate English learners into mainstream classrooms. Drawing on the One Plus model presented in their award-winning book, Preparing Every Teacher to Reach English Learners, the authors now turn their attention to the needs of K–12 teachers who typically have two or three English learners in their classrooms. English learners are not a homogenous group, and the challenges they face vary tremendously. Nutta and her colleagues present protocols and case studies to help pre-service and in-service teachers understand the needs of English learners in their classrooms and differentiate instruction and assessment accordingly. Woven throughout the book are the stories of Gero, Edith, Tasir, and Edgar, four case study students of different ages, backgrounds, and levels of English proficiency. The authors show how the protocols they provide can be applied to adapt sample lessons for students like these, across a range of grade levels, subject areas, and pedagogical approaches. Finally, the authors show how the system can be applied school-wide for a collaborative approach to meeting English learners’ needs.

Educating Young Children In Wpa Nursery Schools

Author: Molly Quest Arboleda
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351205331
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Educating Young Children in WPA Nursery Schools, the first full-length national study of the WPA nursery school program, helps to explain why universal preschool remains an elusive goal. This book argues that program success in operating nursery schools throughout the United States during the Great Depression was an important New Deal achievement. By highlighting the program’s strengths—its ideals, its curriculum, and its community outreach—the author offers a blueprint for creating a universal preschool program that benefits both children and their families. This volume uncovers the forgotten perspective of WPA nursery school leaders and highlights the program’s innovative curriculum for young children by incorporating both extensive archival research and neglected sources.

Educating The Child In Enlightenment Britain

Author: Jill Shefrin
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351941623
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Posing a challenge to more traditional approaches to the history of education, this interdisciplinary collection examines the complex web of beliefs and methods by which culture was transmitted to young people in the long eighteenth century. Expanding the definition of education exposes the shaky ground on which some historical assumptions rest. For example, studying conventional pedagogical texts and practices used for girls' home education alongside evidence gleaned from women's diaries and letters suggests domestic settings were the loci for far more rigorous intellectual training than has previously been acknowledged. Contributors cast a wide net, engaging with debates between private and public education, the educational agenda of Hannah More, women schoolteachers, the role of diplomats in educating boys embarked on the Grand Tour, English Jesuit education, eighteenth-century print culture and education in Ireland, the role of the print trades in the use of teaching aids in early nineteenth-century infant school classrooms, and the rhetoric and reality of children's book use. Taken together, the essays are an inspiring foray into the rich variety of educational activities in Britain, the multitude of cultural and social contexts in which young people were educated, and the extent of the differences between principle and practice throughout the period.

A Season In The Highlands

Author: Jude Deveraux
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 074340341X
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The beauty of the Scottish Highlands forms the backdrop for a collection of love stories by Jude Devereaux, Jill Barnett, and other romance authors.

An Account Of The Incorporated Society For Clothing Maintaining And Educating Poor Orphans Of Clergymen

Author: Clergy orphan corporation
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A Tribute To Caroline Benn

Author: Melissa Benn
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 0826487548
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Contains seventeen contributions from academics, politicians, and others who knew Caroline Benn, addressing issues related to the comprehensive school movement, of which Benn was a leader.

Educating Women

Author: Christina de Bellaigue
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199289980
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The author looks at boarding-schools for girls in 19th-century England, exploring the emergence and expansion of private schooling for girls, the recruitment and training of schoolmistresses; the lives of schoolgirls, and the instruction they received; and the experiences of pupils and teachers who crossed the Channel.

Educating Film Makers

Author: Duncan J. Petrie
Editor: Intellect Books
ISBN: 1783201851
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Cultivating Film-makers offers a timely consideration of both the history and the current challenges facing practice-based film education. Film schools have been about the cultivation of the film-maker as a cultural activist an artist or even as an intellectual; the fostering of creativity and innovation relevant to particular material, technological and industrial circumstances; and the promotion of the broader social importance of film and television in relation to critical and imaginative engagement, communication and education, representation and self-determination. This book offers a timely consideration of both the history and the current challenges facing practice-based film education, providing both history and provocations for the future of film schools. Written by two long-standing educators in cinema, this is an indispensable read for both film teachers and students alike.