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Author Gowin, D. B.

Title The art of educating with V diagrams / D. Bob Gowin, Marino C. Alvarez.

Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005.

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 UniM Store  370.1523 GOWI MJ15    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxii, 231 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-225) and index.
Contents Part 1 Four Commonplaces of Educating Plus One -- 1 Art of Educating 3 -- 2 Simplifying Complexity Without Denying It 23 -- Part 2 V Diagram -- 3 Thinking Around the V 35 -- 4 Structuring Knowledge 46 -- 5 Minding Events and Making a V 62 -- 6 Learning and Teaching the V 75 -- Part 3 Analyzing, Evaluating, and Conducting Research -- 7 Evaluating V Diagrams 101 -- 8 Researching Educating 125 -- Part 4 Reasoning with Technology -- 9 Electronic Educating 165 -- Appendix I V Diagram Scoring Protocol 205 -- Appendix II Research Phases and Questions 207 -- Appendix III Scoring Criteria for Concept Maps 215.
Summary Educating is complex. It takes a long time to educate for powerful and significant changes in the growth of human experience. This book explains how educating works. V diagrams, K-12 and beyond, can be effectively used by teachers and students, parents and their children, administrators and their staffs, publishers and curriculum makers, researchers and evaluators. Important aspects of educating are organized coherently in the theory of educating. A computer-formatted program, developed and tested for more than eight years in the Exploring Minds Project, at Tennessee State University, simplifies the complexity while extending the range of possiblities electronically.
Other author Alvarez, Marino C. (Marino Carlos), 1941-
Subject Learning.
Self-knowledge, Theory of.
Education -- Philosophy.
ISBN 9780521843430
052184343X (casebound)
9780521604147 (paperback)
0521604141 (paperback)