Socializing the ClassroomSocializing the Classroom



In many online and blended courses, students need to participate in weekly discussions and socialize with their colleagues. The social aspect of learning is one of the elements that social media brings to the classroom.

Author: Susan B. Barnes

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739140154

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Socializing the Classroom: Social Networks and Online Learning, by Susan B. Barnes, examines how social media can be used in education through two research grants and real-world applications. Barnes analyzes social media including Facebook, Courseware, and Second Life, while providing a theoretical foundation for examining social software.A new generation of students is surrounded by digital technologies, leading scholars and teachers to consider virtual worlds to engage students.

Socializing the ClassroomSocializing the Classroom



This is an essential text for scholars, students, and those interested in social networks and the implementation of technology in education.

Author: Susan B. Barnes

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739140130

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Socializing the Classroom: Social Networks and Online Learning, by Susan B. Barnes, examines how social media can be used in education through two research grants and real-world applications. Barnes analyzes social media including Facebook, Courseware, and Second Life, while providing a theoretical foundation for examining social software. A new generation of students is surrounded by digital technologies, leading scholars and teachers to consider virtual worlds to engage students. By bringing together human-computer-interaction theories with social theory, Socializing the Classroom creates a theoretical foundation for future research in the area of social media, online learning technologies, and the development of social networks. Readers will gain a better understanding of how students use online learning environments to communicate task-oriented messages and maintain social interactions. This is an essential text for scholars, students, and those interested in social networks and the implementation of technology in education.

Socializing the ClassroomSocializing the Classroom



Span style="font-style:italic;"Socializing the Classroom: Social Networks and Online Learning , by Susan B. Barnes, examines how social media can be used in education through two research grants and real-world applications.

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Span style="font-style:italic;"Socializing the Classroom: Social Networks and Online Learning , by Susan B. Barnes, examines how social media can be used in education through two research grants and real-world applications. Barnes analyzes social media including Facebook, Courseware, and Second Life, while providing a theoretical foundation for examining social software. A new generation of students is surrounded by digital technologies, leading scholars and teachers to consider virtual worlds to engage students.

Language Socialization in ClassroomsLanguage Socialization in Classrooms



In some of the chapters, some new methods have emerged in relation to language socialization research in classrooms, as researchers involved teachers and students in shaping the activities that were observed.

Author: Matthew J. Burdelski

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107187832

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Page: 286

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Introduces the concept of language socialization by providing case studies from various classrooms around the world.

The Handbook of Classroom Discourse and InteractionThe Handbook of Classroom Discourse and Interaction



Socialization. Perspective. on. Identity. Work. of. ESL. Youth. in. a. Superdiverse. High. School. Classroom. STEVEN TALMY 1. Introduction In this chapter, I illustrate ways that language socialization can provide a useful theoretical ...

Author: Numa Markee

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119039907

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Offering an interdisciplinary approach, The Handbook of Classroom Discourse and Interaction presents a series of contributions written by educators and applied linguists that explores the latest research methodologies and theories related to classroom language. • Organized to facilitate a critical understanding of how and why various research traditions differ and how they overlap theoretically and methodologically • Discusses key issues in the future development of research in critical areas of education and applied linguistics • Provides empirically-based analysis of classroom talk to illustrate theoretical claims and methodologies • Includes multimodal transcripts, an emerging trend in education and applied linguistics, particularly in conversation analysis and sociocultural theory

Socializing Intelligence Through Academic Talk and DialogueSocializing Intelligence Through Academic Talk and Dialogue



The researchers applauded the use of these techniques for being more compatible with the cultural style of the Native students than the more individualized IRE sequences of traditional classrooms (cf. Philips, 1983).

Author: Lauren Resnick

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ISBN: 9780935302615

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Page: 480

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Socializing Intelligence Through Academic Talk and Dialogue focuses on a fast-growing topic in education research. Over the course of 34 chapters, the contributors discuss theories and case studies that shed light on the effects of dialogic participation in and outside the classroom. This rich, interdisciplinary endeavor will appeal to scholars and researchers in education and many related disciplines, including learning and cognitive sciences, educational psychology, instructional science, and linguistics, as well as to teachers curriculum designers, and educational policy makers.

Creating Classroom Communities of LearningCreating Classroom Communities of Learning



Classroom. Discourse. TAKE 1: FRED E.ANDERSON TAKE 2: SYLVIA WOLFE TAKE 1 Introduction While formal education plays an important role in the socialization of children in any culture, the role of Japanese schooling in socialization ...

Author: Roger Barnard

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781847691125

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Page: 201

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This is a collection of nine case studies of teachers and young learners in countries as widely separated as USA, Japan and Australia. In each chapter, classroom interaction is interpreted by different authors to illustrate how teachers and their students verbally co-construct culturally appropriate learning attitudes and behaviours. The collection reveals not only similarities and differences across cultural divides, but also how different perspectives can provide alternative and rich interpretations of teaching and learning.

Classroom ManagementClassroom Management



To a great extent , Hong Kong classrooms are still characterized by grouporientedness and collectivism , which is ... punishment , and discipline for socializing children into the social value of conformity and collectivism ( Bond ...

Author: Ming-tak Hue

Publisher: Hong Kong University Press

ISBN: 9622098886

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Page: 220

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Deals with management of student conduct in the classroom, which is the number one area of concern for many teachers. This book includes discussions and real-life cases with reference to the influence of Chinese culture on Hong Kong classrooms. It covers topics such as managing behaviour, establishing classroom rules, and conveying authority.

The Feedback Friendly ClassroomThe Feedback Friendly Classroom



Therefore, feedback-friendly classrooms are structured to focus on the elements that are essential to different disciplines. In this way, feedback is used to enhance academics. Socialization Feedback for socialization includes the ...

Author: Deborah McCallum

Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited

ISBN: 9781551389080

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Page: 128

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Learning is inherently social, built on the daily interactions in the classroom. What if feedback — from teacher to student, between students, from student to teacher — could be seen as essential to the ongoing process that defines the learning environment? This groundbreaking book explores using feedback to help students become better learners, examines the crucial use of verbal and nonverbal language to engage and guide students, and shows strategies and activities to establish and promote effective feedback within the classroom and beyond.

Classrooms and PlaygroundsClassrooms and Playgrounds



Instead of attempting to critique the agents and roles in socialization, I will engage with the conceptual and ethnographic possibilities of the distinct cultural sites of schooling i.e. classroom and playground.

Author: Ratheesh Kumar

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443824583

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What is schooling in our contemporary societies? Is it to equip students for functioning in an information culture and to develop skills that would enable them to become productive agents in a fast globalizing world? Or is it to develop the capability to think and analyze? Mapping the complex transitions that mark primary education today in the state of Kerala, South-West India, this book offers fresh insights, both empirical and theoretical. Schooling here implies a set of cultural practices that cannot be reduced to processes of teaching and learning of prescribed texts and topics. With playground and classroom as the axis points that extend beyond their conventional meanings and temporal and spatial properties the book sites schooling as a cultural practice that shapes our everyday lives.

Classroom TalkClassroom Talk



Critical Moments in Classroom Discourse. Educational Review, 57(1): 55–69. ... In Resnick, L, Asterhan, C and Clarke, S (eds) Socializing Intelligence Through Academic Talk and Dialogue (pp 181–93). Washington: AERA.

Author: Rupert Knight

Publisher: Critical Publishing

ISBN: 9781912508877

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Page: 128

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Evidence-based teaching is fast becoming a new orthodoxy. There are many strong voices, including policy voices, advocating its adoption. Understanding the underlying principles allows you to better evaluate the benefits of different approaches to evidence-based teaching and how they relate to your own school context. This book summarises the theoretical principles behind talk in school and briefly maps the research tradition in this field. It examines the evidence relating to a variety of forms of classroom talk, including whole school culture and oracy; classroom environments conducive to talk; whole class teacher-pupil talk and pupil-pupil peer talk. The final chapter explores up-to-date issues and influences relating to talk, such as mastery learning, informed by international comparisons. Firmly grounded in evidence and the latest thinking, the book also offers practical advice for everyday implementation and evaluation of these principles.

Moral Classrooms Moral ChildrenMoral Classrooms Moral Children



Communicate to Children That the Classroom Belongs to Them When children feel ownership of the classroom, ... SOCIALIZING CHILDREN FOR SELF-REGULATION IN A 1st -GRADE CLASSROOM Constructivist teachers invent many ways of establishing a ...

Author: Rheta DeVries

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 9780807753408

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This classic bestseller, now updated for today's diverse teaching force and student populations, explores the benefits of sociomoral practices in the classroom. The authors draw on recent research to show how these approaches work with children ages 2–8. They focus on how to establish and maintain a classroom environment that fosters children's intellectual, social, moral, emotional, and personality development. Extending the work of Jean Piaget, the authors advocate for a cooperative approach that contrasts with the coercion and unnecessary control that can be seen in many classrooms serving young children. Practical chapters demonstrate how the constructivist approach can be embedded in a school program by focusing on specific classroom situations and activities, such as resolving conflict, group time, rule making, decision making and voting, social and moral discussions, cooperative alternatives to discipline, and activity time.

The Learner Centered Music ClassroomThe Learner Centered Music Classroom



Contrary to most traditional music classrooms, where students are expected to remain quiet and listen to the teacher, a hybrid ensemble encourages socializing, as students talk with one another about their musical choices.

Author: David A Williams

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429537103

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Page: 184

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The Learner-Centered Music Classroom: Models and Possibilities is a resource for practicing music teachers, providing them with practical ideas and lesson plans for implementing learner-centered pedagogical concepts into their music classrooms. The purpose of this book is to propose a variety of learner-centered models for music teaching and learning through the use of a variety of autoethnographic viewpoints. Nine contributors provide working and concrete examples of learner-centered models from their classrooms. Offering lesson plan ideas in each of these areas, the contributors provide practical approaches for implementation of learner-centered approaches in music instruction across a variety of landscapes. Learner-centered teaching provides an approach to music education that encourages social, interactive, culturally responsive, creative, peer-based, open-formed, facilitated and democratic learning. Chapter 1 defines the what, why, and perceived benefits of learner-centered approaches in music teaching and learning contexts Chapters 2-10 will include example lesson plans, rubrics, etc. as models for teachers. The contributors to this book suggest that learner-centered approaches, when embedded into the culture and curricular framework of a music classroom, offer exciting approaches for teaching music in ways that are culturally and educationally appropriate in contemporary education.

Inside the Social Studies ClassroomInside the Social Studies Classroom



... i a l S t u d i e s In mostAmericanelementary schools,theprimarygrade social studies curriculumaddresses three majorgoals:(1) socializing students concerning prosocial attitudes and behavior as members of the classroom community, ...

Author: Jere Brophy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135600969

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EDUCATION/ SOCIAL STUDIES "... a much-needed addition to elementary social studies that will move the field ahead." Keith C. Barton, University of Cincinnati "This text fills a valuable niche and should quickly become a leading reference for teachers and teacher educators." Linda S. Levstik, University of Kentucky This book, resulting from a collaboration among an educational psychologist, a social studies educator, and a primary teacher, describes in rich detail and illustrates with excerpts from recorded lessons how primary teachers can engage their students in social studies lessons and activities that are structured around powerful ideas and have applications to their lives outside of school. The teaching portrayed connects concepts and skills emphasized in national and state standards, taught in ways that build on students’ prior experiences in their local communities and connect with their family backgrounds and home cultures. The analyses include rich descriptions of the teacher-student interactions that occur during lessons, detailed information about how and why the teacher adapted lesson plans to meet her students’ background experiences and adjusted these plans to take advantage of teachable moments that emerged during lessons, and what all of this might imply concerning principles of practice. The principles are widely applicable in elementary schools across the country, as well as across the curriculum (not just in social studies) and across the elementary grades (not just the primary grades).

Student Perceptions of Rules for Classroom InteractionStudent Perceptions of Rules for Classroom Interaction



CHAPTER 2 RULES AND THE CLASSROOM Classroom Socialization In school classrooms, rules are essential for the smooth operation of classroom interaction. Expectations of our society regarding the purpose of schools include the development ...

Author: H. Paul LeBlanc, 3rd

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 9780965856485

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Burgoon's expectancy violation model posits that nonverbal rule violations will be evaluated according to the perceptions toward the violator and the behavior itself. However, the violator may have perceptions regarding the appropriateness of the rule. This study measured the perceptions of high school students regarding the rules for classroom interaction. It is believed that the rules for classroom interaction are rules which have been learned through the process of socialization and enculturation into the classroom setting throughout students' careers. These rules should be well known by all students by the time they reach tenth grade, the grade being investigated. A survey questionnaire was developed through a pilot study, and was distributed to 244 students through the English classes of three East Baton Rouge parish high schools. The high schools were chosen by relative drop out rate. Students were grouped by sex, race and age to measure differences in attitude by characteristics of potential dropouts. The study found that males have more negative attitudes toward compliance with laziness rules and the importance of those laziness rules than females. The study also found that Black students have a more positive attitudes regarding the importance of distraction, laziness, and respectfulness rules than non-Black students. Implications regarding the attitudes toward classroom rules are discussed.

The Impact of Classroom Social Systems on the Academic Achievement of African American StudentsThe Impact of Classroom Social Systems on the Academic Achievement of African American Students



Two major elements describes these classrooms . First , they were noisy environments where the students constantly moved around working on multiple activities or just socializing . The teachers in these settings visited these small ...

Author: Verna Cornelia Simmons

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00505048R

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Page: 276

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