Die pädagogische Atmosphäre

Analyse - Störungen - Transformation - Bedeutsamkeit ; eine anthropologische Grundlegung der Sprachheilpädagogik

Author: Ulrike Lüdtke

Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing

ISBN: 9783631334621

Category: Educational anthropology

Page: 357

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Sprachtherapeutische Förderung im Unterricht

Author: Tatjana Kolberg

Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag

ISBN: 9783170190832

Category: Education

Page: 226

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Das Buch bietet eine pragnante und informative Ubersicht zu den aktuellen didaktischen Ansatzen und Konzepten zur Therapie und Forderung von Sprache im schulischen Bereich. Vorgestellt werden die padagogischen Zugangsweisen und Denkrichtungen derzeit praktizierter Unterrichtskonzepte, deren theoretischen Grundlagen beleuchtet und deren praktische Intentionen demonstriert werden. Das Buch will so vor allem Praktikern dabei helfen, theoriegeleiteten sprachtherapeutischen Unterricht zu planen, durchzufuhren und zu uberprufen.

Emotionale Grenzgänge

Konzeptualisierungen von Liebe, Trauer und Angst in Sprache und Literatur

Author: Lisanne Ebert

Publisher: Königshausen & Neumann

ISBN: 3826043324

Category: Emotions in literature

Page: 343

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Atmosphären in Organisationen

Wie Gefühle das Zusammenleben in Organisationen beherrschen

Author: Christian Julmi

Publisher: Projekt Verlag

ISBN: 3897333678


Page: 279

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Das Zusammenleben in Organisationen wird wesentlich von Atmosphären be­einflusst. Ob die Atmosphäre einer Sitzung beispielsweise gespannt, locker oder bedrückt ist, wirkt sich entscheidend auf den Verlauf und das Ergebnis der Sitzung aus. Wer kein Gespür für die Atmosphäre in einer Ge­mein­schaft hat, wird sich nur schwer in ihr behaupten können. Trotz der hohen praktischen Relevanz von Atmosphären in Orga­nisationen sind bislang keine Versuche unternommen worden, diese theoretisch zu erfassen und systematisch zu erforschen. Dies scheint neben der schwierigen Verortung des Atmosphärischen zwischen Sub­jekt und Objekt ins­be­sondere an der für Organisationen konstitutiven Ver­flech­tung von Atmosphäre und Situation zu liegen. Während sich bei­spiels­weise die Architektur mit dem atmosphärischen Rah­men beschäftigt, innerhalb des­sen sich Situationen ab­spielen, sind Organisationen selbst ein soziales Gebilde und fallen in diesem Sinne mit den Situationen ihrer Organisa­tionsmitglieder zusam­men. Organisationen bieten keinen Rah­men für das Zusammenleben – sie sind das Zusam­men­leben. Entsprechend können Atmosphären in Organisa­tio­nen nicht als der Situation vorgängig oder sie unterlegend gedacht werden. Vor die­sem Hintergrund betreibt der Autor in erster Linie Grund­lagenforschung und arbeitet von einer leib­phänomenologischen Grundlage ausgehend die situ­ati­ven Entwicklungsdynamiken und Erscheinungsweisen von Atmo­sphären in Organisationen heraus.

Books in Print

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: American literature

Page: N.A

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Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.

Disparate Ladders

Why School and University Policies Differ in Germany, Japan and Switzerland

Author: Arnold Heidenheimer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351292021

Category: Education

Page: 382

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This study breaks new ground in examining how political factors helped lead three countries with highly regarded education systems to evolve quite different structures and processes in their secondary and higher education sectors. Their educational "ladders" are disparate because the techniques and timing for selecting students for further educational opportunities vary both among the three nations, and within the German and Swiss federal systems. The comparative analysis seeks to place the Japanese trajectory with reference to European developments, and to account for some of its unique aspects. Building on an extensive record of publication on comparative education policies and welfare state development, Heidenheimer places special emphasis on exploring the network of relationships between the various levels of the educational system and tiers of government.Following a strategy of integrated comparative analysis, the various national school and university types are directly compared as to their permeability, nature of administrative supervision, curricula, and examination practices. Contrasting the ways in which political parties and bureaucracies have made and adapted policies helps clarify how and why specific innovations became political issues, at the national and regional levels. Through close contextual case analysis, the study probes why, despite great differences hi political institutions, some secondary school policies became especially embattled in all three countries.Heidenheimer explains why the German Lander have maintained a monopoly in the university sector, whereas in both "centralized" Japan and "decentralized" Switzerland national governments operate and finance key parts of the university sector. Also analyzed is the impact of post-unification developments on East German university expansion. Whereas many Swiss schools have no principal, German courts have ruled that principals have tenure in their jobs. This comparative treatment by a political scientist complements studies of education by sociologists and economists analyzing how differences in political institutions have helped shape some distinctive policy emphases. Based on original research and a broad command of the literature, Disparate Ladders will appeal to school administrators, educators, political scientists, social historians, sociologists, and multiculturalists.

Introductory Mathematics: Algebra and Analysis

Author: Geoffrey C. Smith

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1447106199

Category: Mathematics

Page: 215

View: 5571


This text provides a lively introduction to pure mathematics. It begins with sets, functions and relations, proof by induction and contradiction, complex numbers, vectors and matrices, and provides a brief introduction to group theory. It moves onto analysis, providing a gentle introduction to epsilon-delta technology and finishes with continuity and functions. The book features numerous exercises of varying difficulty throughout the text.

Sustainable Leadership

Author: Andy Hargreaves,Dean Fink

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118429214

Category: Education

Page: 344

View: 7880


In Sustainable Leadership, Andy Hargreaves and Dean Fink address one of the most important and often neglected aspects of leadership: sustainability. The authors set out a compelling and original framework of seven principles for sustainable leadership characterized by Depth of learning and real achievement rather than superficially tested performance; Length of impact over the long haul, beyond individual leaders, through effectively managed succession; Breadth of influence, where leadership becomes a distributed responsibility; Justice in ensuring that leadership actions do no harm to and actively benefit students in other schools; Diversity that replaces standardization and alignment with diversity and cohesion; Resourcefulness that conserves and renews leaders' energy and doesn't burn them out; and Conservation that builds on the best of the past to create an even better future. This book is a volume in the Jossey-Bass Leadership Library in Education—a series designed to meet the demand for new ideas and insights about leadership in schools.

Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self

The Neurobiology of Emotional Development

Author: Allan N. Schore

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317395905

Category: Psychology

Page: 752

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For over three decades, Allan N. Schore has authored numerous volumes, chapters, and articles on regulation theory, a biopsychosocial model of the development, psychopathogenesis, and treatment of the implicit subjective self. The theory is grounded in the integration of psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience, and it is now being used by both clinicians to update psychotherapeutic models and by researchers to generate research. First published in 1994, this pioneering volume represented the inaugural expression of his interdisciplinary model, and has since been hailed by a number of scientific and clinical disciplines as a groundbreaking and paradigm-shifting work. This volume appeared at a time when the problem of emotion, ignored for most of the last century, was finally beginning to be addressed by science, including the emergent field of affective neuroscience. After a century of the dominance of the verbal left brain, it presented a detailed characterization of the early developing right brain and it unique social, emotional, and survival functions, not only in infancy but across all later stages of the human life span. It also offered a scientifically testable and clinical relevant model of the development of the human unconscious mind. Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self acts as a keystone and foundation for all of Schore’s later writings, as every subsequent book, article, and chapter that followed represented expansions of this seminal work.

Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion

Author: Richard D. Lane,Lynn Nadel

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195155921

Category: Psychology

Page: 431

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This book, a member of the Series in Affective Science, is a unique interdisciplinary sequence of articles on the cognitive neuroscience of emotion by some of the most well-known researchers in the area. It explores what is known about cognitive processes in emotion at the same time it reviews the processes and anatomical structures involved in emotion, determining whether there is something about emotion and its neural substrates that requires they be studied as a separate domain. Divided into four major focal points and presenting research that has been performed in the last decade, this book covers the process of emotion generation, the functions of amygdala, the conscious experience of emotion, and emotion regulation and dysregulation. Collectively, the chapters constitute a broad but selective survey of current knowledge about emotion and the brain, and they all address the close association between cognitive and emotional processes. By bringing together diverse strands of investigation with the aim of documenting current understanding of how emotion is instantiated in the brain, this book will be of use to scientists, researchers, and advanced students of psychology and neuroscience.

Intersubjective Communication and Emotion in Early Ontogeny

Author: Stein Bråten

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521029899

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 472

View: 2561


The concept of intersubjectivity, explicit or implicit, has emerged as a common denominator in approaches to interpersonal engagements in early infancy and children's understanding of others' thought and emotion. This 1999 book brings together the most senior international figures in psychology, psychopathology, sociology and primatology to address the key question of the role of intersubjectivity in early ontogeny. Together, they offer an interesting perspective on child development, learning and communication and highlight important comparisons with processes in autistic development and in infant ape development. The book is divided into four parts, focusing on intersubjective attunement in human infancy; companionship and emotional responsiveness in early childhood; imitation, emotion and understanding in primate communication; and intersubjective attunement and emotion in language learning and language use. It is an invaluable resource for researchers in emotion and communication across the social and behavioural sciences.

Mirror Neurons and the Evolution of Brain and Language

Author: Maxim I. Stamenov,Vittorio Gallese

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9027297088

Category: Psychology

Page: 392

View: 7710


The emergence of language, social intelligence, and tool development are what made homo sapiens sapiens differentiate itself from all other biological species in the world. The use of language and the management of social and instrumental skills imply an awareness of intention and the consideration that one faces another individual with an attitude analogical to that of one’s own. The metaphor of ‘mirror’ aptly comes to mind.Recent investigations have shown that the human ability to ‘mirror’ other’s actions originates in the brain at a much deeper level than phenomenal awareness. A new class of neurons has been discovered in the premotor area of the monkey brain: ‘mirror neurons’. Quite remarkably, they are tuned to fire to the enaction as well as observation of specific classes of behavior: fine manual actions and actions performed by mouth. They become activated independent of the agent, be it the self or a third person whose action is observed. The activation in mirror neurons is automatic and binds the observation and enaction of some behavior by the self or by the observed other. The peculiar first-to-third-person ‘intersubjectivity’ of the performance of mirror neurons and their surprising complementarity to the functioning of strategic communicative face-to-face (first-to-second person) interaction may shed new light on the functional architecture of conscious vs. unconscious mental processes and the relationship between behavioral and communicative action in monkeys, primates, and humans. The present volume discusses the nature of mirror neurons as presented by the research team of Prof. Giacomo Rizzolatti (University of Parma), who originally discovered them, and the implications to our understanding of the evolution of brain, mind and communicative interaction in non-human primates and man.(Series B)

Museum Storage and Meaning

Tales from the Crypt

Author: Mirjam Brusius,Kavita Singh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351659421

Category: Art

Page: 300

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Beyond their often beautiful exhibition halls, many museums contain vast, hidden spaces in which objects may be stored, conserved, or processed. Museums can also include unseen archives, study rooms, and libraries which are inaccessible to the public. This collection of essays focuses on this domain, an area that has hitherto received little attention. Divided into four sections, the book critically examines the physical space of museum storage areas, the fluctuating historical fortunes of exhibits, the growing phenomenon of publicly visible storage, and the politics of objects deemed worthy of collection but unsuitable for display. In doing so, it explores issues including the relationship between storage and canonization, the politics of collecting, the use of museum storage as a form of censorship, the architectural character of storage space, and the economic and epistemic value of museum objects. Essay contributions come from a broad combination of museum directors, curators, archaeologists, historians, and other academics.

Words in the Mind

An Introduction to the Mental Lexicon

Author: Jean Aitchison

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118170962

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 352

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Featuring new coverage of the brain and language, and lexical corpora, the 4th edition of Words in the Mind offers readers the latest thinking about the ways in which we learn words, remember them, understand them, and find the ones we want to use. Explores the latest insights into the complex relationship between language, words, and the human mind, creating a rich and revealing resource for students and non-specialists alike Addresses the structure and content of the human word-store – the ‘mental lexicon’ – with particular reference to the spoken language of native English speakers Features a wealth of new material, including an all-new chapter focusing exclusively on the brain and language, and enhanced coverage of lexical corpora – computerized databases – and on lexical change of meaning Incorporates numerous updates throughout, including expansion of many notes and suggestions for further reading Comprises state-of-the-art research, yet remains accessible and student-friendly

New Perspectives in Early Communicative Development

Author: Jacqueline Nadel,Luigia Camaioni

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351618709

Category: Psychology

Page: 256

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Since the 1970s researchers in the communicative development of infants and small children had rejected traditional models and began to explore the complex, dynamic properties of communicative exchanges. This title, originally published in 1993, proposed a new and advanced frame of reference to account for the growing body of empirical work on the emergence of communication processes at the time. Communication development in the early years of life undergoes universal processes of change and variations linked to the characteristics and qualities of different social contexts. The first section of the book presents key issues in communication research which were either revisited (intentional communication, imitation, symbolic play) or newly introduced (co-regulation, the role of emotions, shared meaning) in recent years. The second section provides an account of communication as a context-bound process partly inspired by theoretical accounts such as those of Vygotsky and Wallon. Included here are new studies showing differences in communication between infants compared with those between infants and adults, which also have important methodological implications. With perspectives from developmental psychology, psycholinguistics and educational psychology, the international contributors give a multi-disciplinary account of the expansion, variety and richness of current research on early communication. This title will be of particular interest to those involved in child development and communication research, as well as for social, educational and clinical psychologists.

Karl Popper and the Two New Secrets of Life

Including Karl Popper's Medawar Lecture 1986 and Three Related Texts

Author: Hans-Joachim Niemann

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 9783161532078

Category: Philosophy

Page: 164

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Karl Popper's lecture A New Interpretation of Darwinism given at the Royal Society London in 1986 is here printed for the first time in the original. In it, Popper denies the creative power of blind chance and natural selection. Instead of these two Darwinian dogmas he establishes knowledge and activity of all organisms as the creative driving forces of evolution. Hans-Joachim Niemann unearths biographical details about the year 1936 when Popper's biological thoughts were inspired by a meeting with some scientists of the avant-garde of molecular biology. He then focusses on the year 1986 when Popper, in several lectures, summarized the results of his life-long biological thinking. After that Niemann discusses Popper's philosophy of biology in the light of new results of molecular biology that apparently supports his endeavour to overcome some gloomy aspects of Darwinism. How the new creative forces knowledge and activity came into existence is still a secret and a worthwhile research programme.

Reading Philo

A Handbook to Philo of Alexandria

Author: Torrey Seland

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 0802870694

Category: Philosophy

Page: 416

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A contemporary of both Jesus and the apostle Paul, Philo was a prolific Jewish theologian, philosopher, and politician -- a fascinating, somewhat enigmatic figure -- who lived his entire life in Alexandria, Egypt. His many books are important sources for our understanding of ancient Judaism, early Christianity, and the philosophical currents of that time. Reading Philo is an excellent introductory guide to Philo s work and significance. The contributors -- all well-known experts on Philo of Alexandria -- discuss Philo in context, offer methodological considerations (how best to study Philo), and explore Philo s ongoing relevance and value (why reading him is important). This practical volume will be an indispensable resource for anyone delving into Philo and his world.

Rousing Minds to Life

Teaching, Learning, and Schooling in Social Context

Author: Roland G. Tharp,Ronald Gallimore

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521406031

Category: Education

Page: 317

View: 3907


Rousing Minds to Life is the education textbook for the '90s: A powerful synthesis of the theoretical advances in Vygotskian theory as applied to every aspect of teaching, learning, and schooling. Drawing on studies from preschool and elementary school through the university seminar, and on their own successful experience with thousands of students over two decades, this text integrates all recent work in the Vygotskian tradition with basic concepts in American and British behaviorism, cognitive science, anthropology, and sociolinguistics. Distinguished by a literate style and an extraordinarily rich content, it is appropriate for courses in educational psychology, curriculum and instruction, educational foundations, educational administration, special education, multicultural education, and any course that treats learning and cognitive development in social context.


A Contemporary Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge

Author: Robert Audi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136934464

Category: Philosophy

Page: 432

View: 4983


Epistemology, or “the theory of knowledge,” is concerned with how we know what we know, what justifies us in believing what we believe, and what standards of evidence we should use in seeking truths about the world and human experience. This comprehensive introduction to the field of epistemology explains the concepts and theories central to understanding knowledge. Along with covering the traditional topics of the discipline in detail, Epistemology explores emerging areas of research. The third edition features new sections on such topics as the nature of intuition, the skeptical challenge of rational disagreement, and “the value problem” – the range of questions concerning why knowledge and justified true belief have value beyond that of merely true belief. Updated and expanded, Epistemology remains a superb introduction to one of the most fundamental fields of philosophy. Special features of the third edition of Epistemology include: a comprehensive survey of basic concepts, major theories, and emerging research in the field enhanced treatment of key topics such as contextualism, perception (including perceptual content), scientific hypotheses, self-evidence and the a priori, testimony, understanding, and virtue epistemology expanded discussion of the relation between epistemology and related fields, especially philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, and ethics increased clarity and ease of understanding for an undergraduate audience an updated list of key literature and annotated bibliography.