Educational Research: The Importance and Effects of Institutional Spaces

Educational Research: The Importance and Effects of Institutional Spaces

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ISBN-13: 9789400794344
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 05/22/2015
Series: Educational Research , #7
Edition description: 2013
Pages: 221
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

1.Exploring a multitude of spaces in education and educational research; Paul Smeyers and Marc Depaepe.- 2. American democracy and Harold D. Lasswell: Institutional spaces of ‘failure’ and ‘success’, present and past; Lynda Stone.- 3. The power of the parochial in shaping the American system of Higher Education; David Labaree.- 4. Crossing the Atlantic to gain knowledge in the field of psycho-pedagogy: The 1922 mission of Ovide Decroly and Raymond Buyse to the USA and the travel diary of the latter; Marc Depaepe, Lieven d’Hulst, Frank Simon.- 5. The emergence of institutional educational spaces for young children: In pursuit of more controllability of education and development as part of the long-term growth of educational space in history; Pauline Schreuder and Jeroen Dekker.- 6. A different training, a different practice. Infant care in Belgium in the interwar years in the city and in the countryside; Pieter Dhondt.- 7. Disability, rehabilitation & the Great War: Making space for silence in the History of Education; Pieter Verstraete.- 8. Interpretation: The space of text; Richard Smith.- 9. Exploring educational research as a multi-layered discursive space; Stijn Mus.- 10. The spaces of mathematics: Dynamic encounters between local and universal; Karen François, Kathleen Coessens, Jean Paul van Bendegem.- 11. The classroom space: A problem or a mystery?; Ian Munday.- 12. Spaces and places in the virtual university; Nicholas C. Burbules.- 13. Material contexts and creation of meaning in virtual places: Web 2.0 as a space of educational research; Lynn Fendler and Karin Priem. 14. From entrepreneurialism to innovation: Research, critique, and the Innovation Union; Naomi Hodgson.- 15. About the Authors.- Index. ​

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