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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Developmental Pedagogy in Marriage and Family Therapy Education

Hoff, Christopher Russell 29 November 2016 (has links)
<p> New practice domains are opening up for practitioners of family therapy in the medical, organizational, and human relations fields. In this new environment, family therapy educators and supervisors are required to cross the epistemological spaces of scientist-practitioner, postmodernism, and critical theory. These new possibilities require that family therapist educators become comfortable moving between multiple epistemologies. This poses increasing challenges that will require a hybridization of knowledge and practice approaches in MFT education.</p><p> Through focus groups consisting of 34 participants, all of who were in their first quarter of a Master&rsquo;s degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy. We found a rich set of themes that reflect the experiences of students in their first quarter of learning multiple, potentially contradictory theories. The data that emerged reflect both the deep and varied <i>student experiences </i> that took place as they were introduced to multiple perspectives in their first quarter, as well as <i>student desires</i> that they would have liked to have had met during their experience. The results in each of these areas uniquely inform potential future MFT pedagogical practices. </p><p> <i>Keywords:</i> pedagogy, epistemology, family therapy, narrative analysis</p>
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Analytic Approach to J.S. Bach's Eighteen Little Preludes

Tsai, Yi-Chuan 01 May 2014 (has links)
This document is an analytical and pedagogical guide to J.S. Bach's Eighteen Little Preludes, which can be considered by teachers as valid pedagogical material for transitioning from late elementary level to intermediate levels of J.S. Bach's keyboard works. This paper contains a brief biography of J.S. Bach and historical background of the Eighteenth Little Preludes. In addition, this paper focuses on the pedagogical aspects of each prelude and includes a discussion of styles, interpretation, performance techniques, as well as technical solutions.
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Pedagogical documentation in literacy education: a journey in early years assessment

Carey, Hilary 12 September 2013 (has links)
In early years classrooms in Canada, children are often assessed for specific discrete skills in reading and writing, using tools such as running records and word lists. Through research with children, other tools are emerging to more fully help a teacher understand a child’s literacy practices, but the use of these tools requires a shift in ideology regarding literacy and learning. This thesis documents this shift from a more modernist theory of education and autonomous philosophy of literacy to a postmodernist view of education and an ideological view of literacy. Alternative tools for assessment and teaching of children in the form of a pedagogy of listening and pedagogical documentation are presented. Also, pedagogical documentation is used as a methodology for this study. This research suggests a shift in the way educators view children and their literacy practices, and in how they engage in research in the classroom.
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Differentiation; where is the problem? : a critical analysis of the issues surrounding teachers' attempts to respond to pupil differences within secondary school physical education

Woodhouse, Jeremy William January 2000 (has links)
No description available.
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An experiment in Christology and ecclesiology with adolescent pupils

Boyle, James Desmond January 1994 (has links)
No description available.
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Pedagogical documentation in literacy education: a journey in early years assessment

Carey, Hilary 12 September 2013 (has links)
In early years classrooms in Canada, children are often assessed for specific discrete skills in reading and writing, using tools such as running records and word lists. Through research with children, other tools are emerging to more fully help a teacher understand a child’s literacy practices, but the use of these tools requires a shift in ideology regarding literacy and learning. This thesis documents this shift from a more modernist theory of education and autonomous philosophy of literacy to a postmodernist view of education and an ideological view of literacy. Alternative tools for assessment and teaching of children in the form of a pedagogy of listening and pedagogical documentation are presented. Also, pedagogical documentation is used as a methodology for this study. This research suggests a shift in the way educators view children and their literacy practices, and in how they engage in research in the classroom.
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Benjamin Britten's early viola works with a pedagogical analysis intended for the advancing viola student

Manseau, Colleen 15 October 2015 (has links)
<p> Benjamin Britten wrote five pieces for the viola, the most well-known being the <i>Lachrymae, Op. 48: Reflections on a song of Dowland</i> written in 1950 for the Scottish violist William Primrose. Britten&rsquo;s other viola works were composed in 1930-1932 and were written for himself to perform as the violist. They were not published until after his death and have only recently been available for purchase. The intent of this treatise is to help make these lesser-known works to be more accessible for instructors in order to teach these pieces to young advancing violists. For the purpose of this study, advancing violists may be defined as students who generally are in high school or college with well-developed techniques such as vibrato, shifting, spiccato, and bow control. </p><p> This document includes a short biography of Benjamin Britten along with a pedagogical analysis of the pieces <i>Reflection for Viola and Piano (1930), Elegy for Viola Solo (1930), Two Portrait (1930) No. 2</i>, and <i> There is a Willow Grows Aslant a Brook</i>. The author studied each piece and worked with a pianist to establish proper tempos and fingerings. For rhythmically challenging ensemble passages, the author created original exercises for piano and viola to be played together. The author also has created original exercises for practicing difficult passages and improving techniques such as shifting. Musical examples, with alternate bowing and fingerings, are also discussed in this study.</p>
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Erfarenheter och åsikter om videos : Instrumentlärare om videos som undervisningsmaterial

Lindgren, Björn January 2017 (has links)
I en undersökning vars syfte är att lyfta instrumentlärares erfarenheter och åsikter om videos som undervisningsmaterial har fem informanter intervjuats. Materialet som samlats in presenterar efter analys informanternas erfarenheter och åsikter genom Koehler och Mishras (2009) TPaCK-modell. Det som framgår efter analys är informanternas olika vilja, intresse och kunnande för att involvera videos och deras erfarenheter och åsikter om att involvera videos i sin undervisning. I resultatet presenteras en gemensam åsikt om videos som en visuell resurs där åskådaren både kan se och höra. Videos främsta egenskap är också enligt informanterna att verka som en möjlig förlängning av lektionen. I diskussionen framgår dock att videos inte är någon självklar del av undervisningen utan hänger på instrumentlärares intresse, kunnande och vilja att involvera videos i sin undervisning.
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Ytlig frihet : Fritidspedagogens perspektiv på skolgården / Superficial freedom : The Recreation Instructor's Perspective on School Playgrounds

Johansson, Annelie, Djärv, Ida January 2017 (has links)
No description available.
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En djupdykning i Skandinaviens simundervisning : En komparativ innehållsanalys av läroplaner och styrdokument i Norge, Sverige och Danmark

Wemyss, Cameron, Selma, Kosevic January 2017 (has links)
Syfte och frågeställning Syfte med denna studie är att undersöka simundervisningen i skolan för att få en fördjupad förståelse för simning i ämnet idrott och hälsa. Studiens avser att besvara (1) hur simundervisning framställts i läroplaner historiskt i Sverige, Norge och Danmark, (2) hur simundervisning framställs i nuvarande styrdokument för grundskolan i Sverige, Norge och Danmark (3) och om det finns eventuella likheter respektive skillnader i detta material. Metod I denna studie används innehållsanalys med en läroplansteoretisk utgångspunkt där simundervisning i styrdokument från Sverige, Norge och Danmark analyseras. I en kvalitativ textanalys av materialet med kodning och kategorisering framställs en överblick över simundervisning för respektive land. Därtill identifiera dess eventuella likheter och skillnader och även teman. Resultatet I tidigare läroplaner visar det sig att simundervisningen varierat över tid i Sverige, Norge och Danmark. Variationer förekommer till exempel i anvisningar lektionsupplägg och bedömning. Norges nutida material skiljer sig från Sverige och Danmarks på så sätt att simundervisningen i större utsträckning lyfts fram som möjliggörande för aktiviteter inte endast något som förhindrar olyckor. Av denna anledning har vi identifierat ett möjliggörande tema i de norska styrdokumenten. I det danska materialet finns en stark betoning på säkerhet vilket inneburit att vi identifierat ett olycksförebyggande tema. Det svenska materialet delar aspekter från både det danska olycksförebyggande- och det norska möjliggörande temat och kan därför ses som ett mellanting. Det svenska materialet utmärker sig dock genom att ha betoning på prestation i bedömning. Slutsats I denna studie har vi konstaterat simundervisningen i skandinaviens styrdokument har ett liknande innehåll på så sätt att de alla innehåller simkunnighets- och säkerhetsaspekter. Trots denna likhet finns skillnader som möjliggjort för oss att identifiera olika teman. Detta visar på att vad som kan uppfattas som subtila skillnader kan i praktiken medföra signifikanta skillnader. Denna studie, och studier av detta slag, skulle möjligen kunna vara till hjälp då framtida läroplaner formuleras då lärdomar kan utvinnas från både historiska exempel men även andra länder.

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