Where does learning take place? In this collection of passionately argued essays, leading educators and theorists explore the qwhereq of pedagogy - how pedagogical processes are influenced by local conditions. Understanding this dynamic just may be the single most important ingredient to successful teaching.Classrooms Matter presents some of the best known voices in critical pedagogy--Michael Apple, Henry Giroux, Stanley Aronowitz, Carol Becker, Peter McLaren--alongside essays by such well-known scholars as Mark Poster, Sharon O'Dair, David Trend, Jacqueline Bobo, and others. These thinkers explore the sensitive balance between technology, physical space, economic developments, political events, and the goals of teaching--a balance we must constantly renegotiate if classrooms are to matter at all.bulletin boards, 192a193, 221 chat rooms, 2, 192, 221a224 community colleges, 191 computer-mediated instruction, 183 ... for Digital History, 224 U.S. Army, 115, 126 U.S. Department of Education, 187 U.S. Emergency Visitorsa#39; Visa Program, anbsp;...
|Title||:||If Classrooms Matter|
|Author||:||Jeffrey Di Leo, Walter Jacobs|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-01-11|