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New Ground

By Karen S. Sullenger,R. Steven Turner
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Isbn : 9463000224
  • Pages : 306
  • Category : Education
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Between 2004 and 2009, university educators, practicing scientists, museum and science-centre personnel, historians, and K-12 teachers in Canada’s eastern Atlantic provinces came together as a research community to investigate informal learning in science, technology, and mathematics. The interdisciplinary collaboration, known as CRYSTAL Atlantique, was sponsored by Canada’s National Science and Engineering Research Council. In this volume, the CRYSTAL participants look back on their collective experience and describe research projects that pushed the boundaries of informal teaching and learning. Those projects include encounters between students and practicing scientists in university laboratories and field studies; summer camps for science engagement; after-school science clubs for teachers and students; innovative software for computer assisted learning; environmental problem-solving in a comparative, international context; online communities devoted to solving mathematical problems; and explorations of ethonomathematics among Canadian aboriginal peoples. The editors and contributors stress the need for research on informal learning to be informed continuously by a notion of science as culture, and they analyze the forms of resistance that studies of informal learning frequently encounter. Above all, they urge a more central place for informal science learning in the larger agenda of educational research today.

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  • File Pdf: fire-in-frost.pdf

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Dragon Diary Saga

By Merlin Turtle
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 1543409717
  • Pages : 312
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 628
  • File Pdf: dragon-diary-saga.pdf

Book Summary:

Jake and his brothers first must deal with the end of the world before traveling back in time to the Sofala gold rush and then back to a new life on a new world. Along the way, they must conquer their fears and battle dark forces intent on blocking their way. But everyone is not what they appear to be, and life can change in the blink of an eye. Dragon, witches, wizards, goblins, ogres, trolls, fairies, druids, dwarves, elves, gods, and flying pigs all play a part in this story that covers ten thousand years of history.

Husband--Or Enemy?

By Caroline Cross
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Silhouette
  • Isbn : 9781459210769
  • Pages : 192
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 560
  • File Pdf: husband-or-enemy.pdf

Book Summary:

Somehow Riley Fortune had managed to marry the only woman in Pueblo who didn't want to sleep with him. He and Angelica Dodd had once shared a night of burn-up-the-rafters passion. That was the night they made a baby. But the greatest challenge he faced wasn't instant fatherhood-or even the fact that he stood accused of a murder he hadn't committed. It was convincing Angelica that he wasn't public enemy number one...but the husband she most wanted!

Latino History and Culture

By David J. Leonard,Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Isbn : 1317466462
  • Pages : 700
  • Category : History
  • Reads : 290
  • File Pdf: latino-history-and-culture.pdf

Book Summary:

Latinos are the fastest growing population in America today. This two-volume encyclopedia traces the history of Latinos in the United States from colonial times to the present, focusing on their impact on the nation in its historical development and current culture. "Latino History and Culture" covers the myriad ethnic groups that make up the Latino population. It explores issues such as labor, legal and illegal immigration, traditional and immigrant culture, health, education, political activism, art, literature, and family, as well as historical events and developments. A-Z entries cover eras, individuals, organizations and institutions, critical events in U.S. history and the impact of the Latino population, communities and ethnic groups, and key cities and regions. Each entry includes cross references and bibliographic citations, and a comprehensive index and illustrations augment the text.

Metamorphosis

By Megan Carlton
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : LifeRich Publishing
  • Isbn : 1489732160
  • Pages : 466
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 651
  • File Pdf: metamorphosis.pdf

Book Summary:

The Dark Castle is a reminder to all who come close: Don’t mess with Queen Slindra. In the land of Drion, the Moon Queen reigns over the west, casting her icy grip on every heart in the fairy world. Roland is her adopted child. Twenty and handsome, he enjoys passing through the human world gate and seducing young women. Jessica is his latest conquest—a goth groupie he meets at a bar—but she piques his interest more than he intends. Jessica askes Roland to meet him at a house party. While there, he senses a light fairy, beings that are barely endured on Drion. Jessica introduces Kate as her best friend. Roland knows what Kate is, but her mother has hidden the truth behind her identity. Their collision leads Roland away from his mother’s tyranny and Kate fleeing to a new reality at the White Nights Stronghold. There she will find a place filled with magic, intrigue, and secrets. Whatever challenges await them both, Kate and Roland will never be the same.

The Local Construction of a Global Language

By Joseph Sung-Yul Park
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
  • Isbn : 3110214075
  • Pages : 285
  • Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Reads : 930
  • File Pdf: the-local-construction-of-a-global-language.pdf

Book Summary:

In South Korea, English is a language of utmost importance, sought with an unprecedented zeal as an indispensable commodity in education, business, popular culture, and national policy. This book investigates how the status of English as a hegemonic language in South Korea is constructed through the mediation of language ideologies in local discourse. Adopting the framework of language ideology and its current developments, it is argued that English in Korean society is a subject of deep-rooted ambiguities, with multiple and sometimes conflicting ideologies coexisting within a tension-ridden discursive space. The complex ways in which these ideologies are reproduced, contested, and negotiated through specific metalinguistic practices across diverse sites ultimately contribute to a local realization of the global hegemony of English as an international language. Through its insightful analysis of metalinguistic discourse in language policy debates, cross-linguistic humor, television shows, and face-to-face interaction, The Local Construction of a Global Language makes an original contribution to the study of language and globalization, proposing an innovative analytic approach that bridges the gap between the investigation of large-scale global forces and the study of micro-level discourse practices.

The Occupation of Eliza Goode

By Shelley Mickle
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
  • Isbn : 1940192153
  • Pages : 300
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 254
  • File Pdf: the-occupation-of-eliza-goode.pdf

Book Summary:

Eliza Goode is born into a New Orleans’ parlor house in the mid 1800s. Sold as a courtesan on her seventeenth birthday, she flees her arranged future at the outbreak of the Civil War. She is passed up through Mississippi’s plantations from one slave quarters to another until she emerges at the Confederates’ Camp Corinth and is swept along to the battle of Manassas. Along the way, she meets Bennett McFerrin and his wife, Rissa, who follows her husband to war. Using guile and her extraordinary beauty, Eliza transforms herself from camp follower prostitute to laundress, nurse, and caregiver to Rissa when Bennett is taken prisoner by Ulysses S. Grant at the Battle of Fort Donelson in Clarksville, Tennessee. Her final transformation frees her from her past. Eliza’s story is more than a tale of war, transcendence, and hardship. It is a story told in modern times by Susan Masters, a novelist in Boston, whose cousin, Hadley, finds Eliza’s letters in an attic and implores Susan to write Eliza’s story to answer questions she seeks for her own life. Hadley has a shameful secret of her own—a past, about which she cannot even bring herself to speak. Set in the second summer of the Iraq war and three years after 9/11, this is not your usual Civil War novel. This story says much about how we became who we are, and who we might have become, had the Civil War not saved us as a nation.

Routledge Handbook of Middle East Politics

By Larbi Sadiki
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Isbn : 1351692593
  • Pages : 682
  • Category : Political Science
  • Reads : 234
  • File Pdf: routledge-handbook-of-middle-east-politics.pdf

Book Summary:

Drawing on various perspectives and analysis, the Handbook problematizes Middle East politics through an interdisciplinary prism, seeking a melioristic account of the field. Thematically organized, the chapters address political, social, and historical questions by showcasing both theoretical and empirical insights, all of which are represented in a style that ease readers into sophisticated induction in the Middle East. It positions the didactic at the centre of inquiry. Contributions by forty-four scholars, both veterans and newcomers, rethink knowledge frames, conceptual categories, and fieldwork praxis. Substantive themes include secularity and religion, gender, democracy, authoritarianism, and new "borderline" politics of the Middle East. Like any field of knowledge, the Middle East is constituted by texts, authors, and readers, but also by the cultural, spatial, and temporal contexts within which diverse intellectual inflections help construct (write–speak) academic meaning, knowing, and practice. By denaturalizing notions of singularity of authorship or scholarship, the Handbook plants a dialogic interplay animated by multi-vocality, multi-modality, and multi-disciplinarity. Targeting graduate students and young scholars of political and social sciences, the Handbook is significant for understanding how the Middle East is written and re-written, read and re-read (epistemology, methodology), and for how it comes to exist (ontology).