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Participatory Pedagogy: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Rooted in a racist foundation, institutions, policies, practices, ideas, and behaviors that give an unwarranted amount of assets, rights, and power to an exclusive group.
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The Purpose of K-12 Education From a Theoretical Perspective
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 23
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8964-8.ch001
Teaching and learning theories have developed from the work of the psychology, sociology, and education academies. No single theory can account for learning development in humans. An obvious statement, of course, but a declaration that educators need to remember occasionally. Theories do provide a universal language for the purposes of enquiry, investigation, and implementation. This chapter seeks to make connections between theory development in advancing education priorities and the need for learning networks to associate with earning networks. Theoretical perspectives create an effective teaching and learning framework. This chapter will offer several definitions of theory, a review of the different types of theory – including description and range of education theorists from the 19th and 21st centuries. Subject matter, including the usefulness and suitability of using theory in developing constructs on learning; the accountability of learning and teaching; and learning as shared work, are discussed. The focus of the chapter includes a case study.
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