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Negotiating a meta-pedagogy

Negotiating a meta-pedagogy

learning from other disciplines

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Published by Cambridge Scholars in Newcastle upon Tyne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Emily Golson and Toni Glover.
    ContributionsGolson, Emily., Glover, Toni.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1404 .N4346 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 186 p. :
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23731561M
    ISBN 101443805017, 1443805572
    ISBN 109781443805018, 9781443805575
    LC Control Number2009483851

    Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines. Ed. Emily Golson and Toni Glover. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. McMillan, Laurie, and Christine Cusick. “Feminist Faculty Negotiate the Land of Both/And.” Studies In The Humanities, vol, . The Ashgate Research Companion to Popular Music Education is the first book-length publication that brings together a diverse range of scholarship in this emerging field. Perspectives include the historical, sociological, pedagogical, musicological, axiological, reflexive, critical, philosophical and ideological.

    Through focusing on Initial Teacher Education (ITE) in England, this paper will explore the possibility of developing a meta-pedagogy which embraces informal learning and pedagogy in : Reza Gholami. Popular Music Meta-Pedagogy in Music Teacher Education Ian Axtell, Martin Fautley & Kelly Davey Nicklin; A Place in the Band: Negotiating Barriers to Inclusion in a Rock Band Setting Jesse Rathgeber; Teaching the Devil's Music: Some Intersections of Popular Music, Education and Morality in a Faith School Setting Tom Parkinson;

    Informal learning and meta-pedagogy in initial teacher education in England. British Journal of Music Education, 27(1), 7– doi: /S Folkestad, G. (). The manuscript for the book has been substantially revised and updated with new material which makes the case against Johnson even more compelling than was true of the earlier edition. The new (second) edition of the book will be introduced in November, by the new publisher, Skyhorse Publications. The book is available for pre-orders at.


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The field needs this book, and each contribution the editors have chosen significantly helps ratchet-up the pedagogy of pedagogy-and now rhetoric, long considered a meta-discipline by those of us in the field, has an official meta-pedagogy resource to call its own.

-- Cynthia Haynes, Clemson University5/5(1). -Cynthia Haynes, Clemson University"Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy is a book that licenses us to put off our disciplinary togas and engage in a kind of saturnalia-an upending of the intellectual and historical constraints on the construction of composition theory.

Get this from a library. Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines. [Emily Golson; Toni Glover] -- ""A vital new resource for rhetoric and composition teachers and writing program administrators has arrived.

In the twenty years I have been training teachers and. The field needs this book, and each contribution the editors have chosen significantly helps ratchet-up the pedagogy of pedagogy—and now rhetoric, long considered a meta-discipline by those of us in the field, has an official meta-pedagogy resource to call its own.".

Get this from a library. Negotiating a meta-pedagogy: learning from other disciplines. [Emily Golson; Toni Glover;] -- This title is a vital new resource for rhetoric and.

The field needs this book, and each contribution the editors have chosen significantly helps ratchet-up the pedagogy of pedagogy-and now rhetoric, long considered a meta-discipline by those of us in the field, has an official meta-pedagogy resource to call its own."e; -- Cynthia Haynes, Clemson University.

Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines, Edited by Emily Golson and Toni Glover This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.

The field needs this book, and each contribution the editors have chosen significantly helps ratchet-up the pedagogy of pedagogy—and now rhetoric, long considered a meta-discipline by those of us in the field, has an official meta-pedagogy resource to call its own." -- Cynthia Haynes, Clemson University.

Popular Music Meta-Pedagogy in Music Teacher Education. Ian Axtell, Martin Fautley & Kelly Davey Nicklin. A Place in the Band: Negotiating Barriers to Inclusion in a Rock Band Setting.

Jesse Rathgeber. Teaching the Devil’s Music: Some Intersections of Popular Music, Education and Morality in a Faith School Setting. Tom Parkinson. In addition to co-editing a recent book entitled Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from other Disciplines () (with Toni Glover), she has published over thirty articles, book chapters, and research reports in areas such as teaching first year and advanced composition, TA training, digital writing, writing assessment, and developing.

: Language Use in the Public Sphere: Methodological Perspectives and Empirical Applications (Linguistic Insights) (): Olza Price: $ Dr. Julie Simon's essays, "Voiceprinting—How Its Failures Speak," was published in a Cambridge Scholars Publishing anthology entitled Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy in February Dr.

Julie Simon's article "'Tutorizing' Certification Programs" was published in The Writing Lab Newsletter in January She is the co-author and editor of “Negotiating a Meta-pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines” which addresses the training of teachers of composition, and reveals.

•Book chapter, “The Geometry of Composition: Linear and Nonlinear Thinking in Print and Hypertext Essays.” In Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines. (Details in the preceding entry.) Graham Harman, Associate Vice Provost for Research and Associate Professor of Philosophy •Book chapter, “Interview with Graham.

Co-editor of Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from other Disciplines (with Toni Glover), Emily Golson has published articles and book chapters in the Journal of General Education, Advanced Composition, Computers and Com-position, Kairos, and Comp.

She has co-authored one book on adolescent rhetoric, and co-edited two collections of essays Towards, Around, and Away from Tahrir: Tracking Emerging Expressions of Egyptian Identity (with Loubna A.

Youssef) and Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines (with Toni Glover). “Learning from Venturi: Discovering Form, Function, and Style in Writing through Architecture.” Book chapter. Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines.

Emily Golson, and Toni Glover, editors. Cambridge Scholarly Press, London. “WebMeet Literacy ” for Educational Technology magazine. Article. Emily Golson University of Northern Colorado College of Humanities and Social Sciences () Email:@ Education PhD, Brandeis University, Area of Study: English and Comparative Literature Dissertation/Thesis Title: Pio Baroja and John Dos Passos: The Evolution of Two Political Novelists MA, Brandeis University.

Laurie McMillan's CV. EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS: JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines. Emily Golson and Toni Glover. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Journal Articles and Book Chapters: Thelin, William. “Memos, Email, and Reports: Writing to and Being Written by Adjunct Faculty.” Open Words: Access and English Studies (): Thelin, William.

“Beyond Advertisement Assignments.” Negotiating a Meta-Pedagogy: Learning from Other Disciplines. Eds. Emily Golson and Toni Glover. Buy Recontextualizing Resistance 1 by Emily Golson, Loubna Youssef, Emily Golson, Loubna Youssef (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on. At present, research in Popular Music Education lies at the fringes of the fields of music education, ethnomusicology, community music, cultural studies and popular music studies. The Ashgate Research Companion to Popular Music Education is the first book-length publication that brings together a diverse range of scholarship in this emerging field.

(art, literature) Something recurring across a genre or type of art or literature, such as the ‘mad scientist’ of horror movies or the use of the phrase ‘once upon a time’ as an introduction to fairy tales; a motif.George Campbell, “Of Wit, Humour, and Ridicule”, in The Philosophy of Rhetoric.

[ ] In Two Volumes, volume I, London.