Learning in and across contexts : reimagining education /

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Bibliographic Details
Format: Book
Published: New York : Teachers College, Columbia University, [2015]
Series:Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education ; 113th, pt. 2.
Table of Contents:
  • Learning in and across contexts: reimagining education / Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur, Hitaf Kady-Rachid, & Bruce Moghtader
  • Part 1. Seeing education holistically
  • A history of informal, out-of-school education / Ryan W. Coughlan, Alan R. Sadovnik, & Susan F. Semel
  • Alternative learning contexts and the goals of democracy in education / Deirdre M. Kelly
  • "The local trap" : problematizing place, education, and policy / Kalervo N. Gulson
  • Part 2. Learning in and across contexts with children and youth
  • Afterschool: Growth! (The All Stars way) / Bonny L. Gildin
  • Space-time configurations of youth-voice driven science practices: insights into local and global mobilities / Jrène Rahm
  • Learning from and with aboriginal learners: rethinking aboriginal education in Canada / Natalia Panina-Beard
  • Creative "garages" for community and economic youth development / Shirley Brice Heath
  • Learning contexts for children and young people with learning differences / Harry Daniels
  • Creating hybrid spaces for talk: humor as a resource learners bring to informal learning contexts / Doris Ash - A dialogical inquiry into practice frameworks within Jabiru Community College: re-centering young people and community within a social constructionist frame / Peter Westoby, M.F. Paul Toon, & Ken Morris
  • Part 3. Advancing research on learning
  • Research with a transformative activist agenda: creating the future through education for social change / Eduardo Vianna & Anna Stetsenko
  • Studying movement, hybridity, and change: toward a multi-sited sensibility for research on learning across contexts and borders / Shirin Vossoughi & Kris D. Gutiérrez
  • Part 4. Attending to possible futures in the present
  • Imagined futures in the present: minding learning opportunities / Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur & Dale Murray.