Strategies in Teaching Anthropology

Author: Patricia C. Rice,David W. McCurdy,Conrad Phillip Kottak,Yolanda T. Moses

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: N.A

Category: Education

Page: 181

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Unique in focus and content, this book is the first to focus on the "how" of teaching anthropology across all of its sub-fields -- Cultural-Social, Biological, Archaeology, and Linguistics (and their two dimensions: research and applied studies) -- and to provide a wide array of associated learning outcomes and student activities. It is a valuable single-source compendium of strategies and teaching "tricks of the trade" from a group of seasoned teaching anthropologists -- working in a variety of teaching settings -- who share their pedagogical techniques, knowledge, and observations. It is focused on the applied, "how to do it" side of the pedagogical nature of teaching. Contains general tried-and-true teaching techniques for all sub-disciplines; specific tips for teaching Biological Anthropology and Archaeology; and specific tips for teaching Cultural Anthropology. Includes team work strategies; tricks for making comprehensible several of anthropology's "esoteric" topics; strategies for demonstrating anthropological perspectives that contradict everyday experience and establish social categories; techniques that use the familiar to illustrate the novel; four articles that directly teach ethnography; and several on technology-related techniques.

How Real Is Race?

A Sourcebook on Race, Culture, and Biology

Author: Carol C. Mukhopadhyay,Rosemary Henze, professor,Yolanda T. Moses

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0759122741

Category: Social Science

Page: 362

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Drawing on biocultural perspectives, How Real Is Race? Second Edition employs an activity-oriented approach to engage readers in unraveling—and rethinking—the contradictory messages we so often hear about race.

The Teaching of Anthropology

Problems, Issues, and Decisions

Author: Conrad Phillip Kottak

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social Science

Page: 381

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This collection brings together articles first developed for the symposia on teaching held by the American Anthropological Association in 1990, 1991, and 1992, as well as additional papers from over 40 leading teachers in the field. The articles span the educational continuum, from teaching the introductory course to teaching pre-collegiate instructors. As a professional reference text, it is a book that no current—or future—teacher of anthropology should be without.

Innovative Strategies for Teaching in the Plant Sciences

Author: Cassandra L. Quave

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1493904221

Category: Science

Page: 312

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Innovative Strategies for Teaching in the Plant Sciences focuses on innovative ways in which educators can enrich the plant science content being taught in universities and secondary schools. Drawing on contributions from scholars around the world, various methods of teaching plant science is demonstrated. Specifically, core concepts from ethnobotany can be used to foster the development of connections between students, their environment, and other cultures around the world. Furthermore, the volume presents different ways to incorporate local methods and technology into a hands-on approach to teaching and learning in the plant sciences. Written by leaders in the field, Innovative Strategies for Teaching in the Plant Sciences is a valuable resource for teachers and graduate students in the plant sciences.

The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Anthropology

Author: Simon Coleman,Susan B. Hyatt,Ann Kingsolver

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1317590678

Category: Social Science

Page: 530

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The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Anthropology is an invaluable guide and major reference source for students and scholars alike, introducing its readers to key contemporary perspectives and approaches within the field. Written by an experienced international team of contributors, with an interdisciplinary range of essays, this collection provides a powerful overview of the transformations currently affecting anthropology. The volume both addresses the concerns of the discipline and comments on its construction through texts, classroom interactions, engagements with various publics, and changing relations with other academic subjects. Persuasively demonstrating that a number of key contemporary issues can be usefully analyzed through an anthropological lens, the contributors cover important topics such as globalization, law and politics, collaborative archaeology, economics, religion, citizenship and community, health, and the environment. The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Anthropology is a fascinating examination of this lively and constantly evolving discipline.

Culture as the Core

Perspective on Culture in Second Language Education

Author: Dale L. Lange

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 1607528444

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 385

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This volume presents the very important issue of integrating culture into the second language classroom. Some of its chapters were originally presented at two symposia on culture learning, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Culture learning in the Second Language Curriculum, held at the University of Minnesota in 1991 and 1994. Other chapters were developed at a third conference, Culture as the Core: Transforming the Language Curriculum. The latter brought scholars and practitioners together to reflect on the earlier theoretical discussions, refine those ideas in light of subsequent theoretical developments, and translate theory into classroom practice.

Current Policies and Practices in European Social Anthropology Education

Author: Dorle Dracklé,Iain R. Edgar

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9781571815644

Category: Education

Page: 260

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As Europe becomes more integrated at the economic and political level, attempts are being made to harmonize education policies as well. This volume offers an important contribution in that the authors examine, for the first time, the politics and practices of social anthropology education across Europe. They look at a wide variety of current developments, including new teaching initiatives, the use of participatory teaching materials, film and video, fieldwork studies, applied anthropology, student perspectives, the educational role of museums, distance learning and the use of new technologies.

Clinical Education in the Health Professions

An Educator's Guide

Author: Clare Delany,Elizabeth Molloy

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 072957900X

Category: Medical

Page: 304

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Clinical settings are dynamic educational spaces that present both opportunities and barriers to learning and teaching. Designed to inform, challenge and educate health professionals about the evidence underpinning clinical education practices and outcomes, this multi-disciplinary book brings together important concepts in healthcare education and addresses context and processes of learning, professional identity and socialisation, feedback and assessment, ethics, and inter-professional education. The authors encourage teaching and learning practices based on research findings, expertise and innovation, and the development of individual teaching methods and styles from a theoretical base that provides relevant principles, direction and support. With clear links between theory, research and practice, collaboration from a broad range of clinical disciplines, and models for learning and teaching grounded in empirical research, Clinical Education in the Health Professions will become a standard reference for all health professionals and educators. examines patterns of practice in clinical education in the health professions, using a qualitative research focus identifies the roles of university and clinical educators, students, peers and patients in clinical education highlights implicit tensions in clinical education practice and presents strategies to identify and address such tensions challenges the reader to consider new approaches to clinical education that may optimise students’ learning and enculturation into the health professions Despite claims that clinical education lies at the heart of health care education, little empirical research has explored what constitutes effectiveness in clinical teaching and learning. This book draws on the research, ideas and expertise of researchers who have observed and researched different aspects of clinical education. Their research has spanned clinical education topics including professional identity and socialisation, assessment and feedback, pedagogical methods, clinical reasoning, dealing with ambiguity, dealing with diversity and interprofessional education. This book has been designed to synthesise empirical clinical education research and ideas about the context, value, processes and outcomes of clinical education. Each chapter presents a research based facet of clinical education as a platform from which knowledge and future research in clinical education can occur. The authors entice the reader to reconceptualise facets of their own teaching and learning practices based on research findings, expertise and innovation.

Current Policies and Practices in European Social Anthropology Education

Author: Dorle Dracklé,Iain R. Edgar,Drackle Edgar

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9781571816924

Category: Social Science

Page: 260

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As Europe becomes more integrated at the economic and political level, attempts are being made to harmonize education policies as well. This volume offers an important contribution in that the authors examine, for the first time,the politics and practices of social anthropology education across Europe. They look at a wide variety of current developments, including new teaching initiatives, the use of participatory teaching materials, film and video, fieldwork studies, applied anthropology, student perspectives, the educational role of museums, distance learning and the use of new technologies.

Diversity in the Classroom

A Casebook for Teachers and Teacher Educators

Author: Judith Shulman,Amalia Mesa-Bains

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780805814293

Category: Education

Page: 117

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This casebook is part of a nationwide effort to capture and use practitioner knowledge to better prepare teachers for the reality of today's classrooms, given a student population vastly different from that of even a decade ago. Consciously designed to provoke engaging and demanding discussion, the cases presented here are candid, dramatic, highly readable accounts of teaching events or series of events. Set in three of the nation's most diverse cities -- San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Phoenix -- the cases offer problem-based snapshots of on-the-job dilemmas. The teacher-authors discuss topics that generate heated interchange and run the risk of polarizing opinions and creating defensive assumptions, particularly those dealing with bias, race, and class. These issues, plus cultural behaviors and socioeconomic circumstances have important implications for classroom practices. By examining such issues, the editors hope that educators will see -- and act on -- the need for a greater variety of teaching styles, distribution of opportunities, and educational access for all students.

The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood

Author: David F. Lancy,John Bock,Suzanne Gaskins

Publisher: Rowman Altamira

ISBN: 0759113246

Category: Social Science

Page: 410

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This first major anthropological reference book on childhood learning considers the cultural aspects of learning in childhood from the points of view of psychologists, sociologists, educators, and anthropologists.

Innovations in Services Marketing and Management: Strategies for Emerging Economies

Strategies for Emerging Economies

Author: Goyal, Anita

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1466646721

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 331

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Modern corporations face a variety of challenges and opportunities in the field of sustainable development. Properly managing assets and maintaining effective relationships with customers are crucial considerations in successful businesses. Innovations in Services Marketing and Management: Strategies for Emerging Economies presents insights into marketing strategies and tactical perspectives in both large and small enterprises. The chapters in this book explore case studies, contemporary research, and theoretical frameworks in effective business management, providing students, academicians, researchers, and managers with the resources and insight necessary to identify key trends in emerging economies and build the next generation of innovative services.