Michael W. Apple discusses curriculum and social control. From the Museum of Education’s Readers’ Guide to Education exhibition [http://www.ed.sc.edu/museum/Guide.html] Go to Michael Apple’s Ideology and Curriculum: [http://www.ed.sc.edu/museum/Guide-apple.html]
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Clive Thompson is the author of Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World, a longtime contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine and a columnist for Wired. Today, Thompson is one of the most prominent technology writers—respected for keeping his distance from Silicon Valley hype and doing deeply-reported, long-form magazine stories that get beyond headlines and harness the insights of science, literature, history and philosophy. In addition to the New York Times Magazine and Wired, he’s a columnist for Smithsonian Magazine, writing about the history of technology, and writes features for Mother Jones. His journalism has won many awards — including an Overseas Press Council Award and a Mirror Award — and he’s a former Knight Science Journalism Fellow. In his spare time he’s also a recording and performing artist with the country/bluegrass band The Delorean Sisters.
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Gert Biesta is Professor of Educational Theory and Policy at the University of Luxembourg. He has previously worked at the Universities of Stirling (Scotland) and Exeter (England) and before that at Universities in the Netherlands. He is editor-in-chief of Studies in Philosophy and Education and former President of the Philosophy of education Society USA. Biesta writes about the theory and philosophy of education, the theory of educational research, about teaching, learning, curriculum and pedagogy, about teacher education and about education policy. He conducts research on such topics as lifelong learning, citizenship, democratic education, curriculum, and vocational education. Theough a trilogy of monographs published over the last eight years (Beyond learning, Good education in an age of measurement and The beautiful risk of education), Biesta explores ideas about what it means to be human, and how such ideas influence how we think about education - and ultimately, how what is at stake in education is humanity itself. Biesta asks what might happen to the ways in which we educate if we treat the question "what does it mean to be human?" as a radically open question; a question that can only be answered by engaging in intersubjective dialogue, rather than as a question that needs to be answered befo…
Just about every week new articles warn about the dangers of excessive screen time for childhood development. That can leave parents and educators …
In this microcast, I go through my Firefox extensions and the reasons I have them installed.
In Australia, the conservative press has been denying that climate change is fueling the bushfires.
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For years, climate change experts have said that hotter and drier summers would exacerbate the threat of bushfires in Australia. Fires have been raging since September and a prolonged drought and record-breaking temperatures mean the blazes won’t stop for weeks — if not months.
But to read or watch or listen to the conservative press in Australia is to get an altogether different story: that it’s arson, not climate change, that’s mainly responsible for the deaths of nearly 30 humans and an estimated one billion animals. Damien Cave is the New York Times bureau chief in Sydney, and he recently wrote about "How Rupert Murdoch Is Influencing Australia’s Bushfire Debate." He spoke to Bob about the media landscape of denial and deflection, and why critics say it’s making it harder to hold the government accountable.
Hurry Slowly host Jocelyn K. Glei explains a simple practice that will help you nurture your ideas, find your purpose, and heal in the new year.
Some reflections on my digital literacies pre-conference workshop today for AMICAL.
Brooke Gladstone speaking with Ian Bogost [@ibogost], contributing writer at The Atlantic, on #WorldWar3 memes: 34:29 IB: That’s the pattern that we will see
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