by Pennsylvania State University, University Council for Educational Administration in University Park, PA .
Written in English
Includes bibliographic references.
|Statement||Frederick C. Wendel, series editor.|
|Series||UCEA monograph series (unnumbered), UCEA monograph series (Unnumbered)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
The Knowledge Base in Educational Administration by Robert Donmoyer, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Introduction—Knowledge Base Problems in Educational Administration. Part I: Framing the Debate: Philosophical, Historical, and Practical Issues. The Knowledge Base in Educational Administration: Postpositivist Reflections James Joseph Scheurich. The Myth of a Knowledge Base in Educational Administration Janet Littrell and William Foster. Understanding Change: An Essential Component in the Knowledge Base of Educational Administration For more than two decades educators have been bombarded with pressures and mandates to change schools. Research reports, state requirements, assessment results, and political verbiage have all espoused a critical need for schools to reform. Building Knowledge in Higher Education book. Enhancing Teaching and Learning with Legitimation Code Theory. Edited By Christine Winberg, Sioux McKenna, Kirstin Wilmot. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 27 May Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge.
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to emphasize the need for knowledge management (KM) in the teaching-learning process in technical educational institutions (TEIs) in India, and to assert the impact of information technology (IT) based KM intervention in the teaching-learning process. Design/methodology/approach: The approach of the paper is basically conceptual and by: Characterising the Knowledge Base in Education Seamus Hegarty Foray has offered an analytical framework and a set of indicators designed to illuminate the measurement and application of knowledge in a number of sectors. This paper offers a response from the particular perspective of the education sector. Other responses cover engineering File Size: 56KB. In keeping with this tradition, several knowledge base frameworks have emerged recently, including two sponsored by national organizations for teacher education. The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) released the Knowledge Base for Beginning Teachers (Reynolds, ) and the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) released the Handbook of Research on Teacher Education . Educational Administration is the process of bringing men and ma terials together for effective and functional teaching and learning in the school. The focus of educational administration is the Author: Eric Chikweru Amadi.
educational process; a person who has the knowledge, insights, ability, and skills needed to function successfully as a recognized educational leader in helping people identjy, analyze, and solve satisfactorily the problems with which they and their society are confronted. One of the distinctive features of this book is the selection and rather. This book is a critical assessment of the knowledge base on educational effectiveness, covering a period of five decades of research. It formulates a “lean” theory of good schooling, and identifies and explains instances of “ineffectiveness”, like low effect sizes of malleable conditions, for which expectations are highly strung. For scholars and practitioners who are interested in or are concerned about knowledge-based issues, this book provides a needed antidote to narrow discussions of foundational editors of this book maintain that discussions of a knowledge base in educational administration have typically been limited to a fairly traditional range of scholarly commentary reflective of the. Kaplan,KnowledgeUniverseandMcGraw-Hill,whichareclearlycommittedto the marketplace for the long haul. An early challenge toinvestorsin education businesses was the absence of a.