Студенты, абитуриенты, учащиеся
В издании рассматриваются все самые важные вопросы, связанные с обучением в учебных заведениях Российской Федерации. Приводится их классификация по образовательному уровню, требования к деятельности, порядок лицензирования и аттестации. Подробно освещаются права и обязанности учащихся учебных заведений различных уровней, особенности учебного процесса, социальные гарантии учащихся и множество других вопросов. Особое внимание уделяется военным учебным заведениям, а также вопросам отсрочки от призыва в связи с учебой.
Книга адресована широкому кругу читателей....
Студент вуза. Технологии и организация обучения в вузе. Учебник
Рассмотрены технологии, позволяющие студентам младших курсов активно включиться в учебный процесс и практическую деятельность, получить работу по специальности еще в период обучения в вузе. Особое внимание уделено современным технологиям обучения в вузе, эффективного использования своих способностей и времени, формирования личной конкурентоспособности.
Для студентов младших курсов высших учебных заведений. Книга представляет также интерес для преподавателей, заведующих кафедрами, деканов и ректоров высших учебных заведений....
Основы учебно-исследовательской деятельности. Учебное пособие
Пособие посвящено организации учебной работы студентов. Издание состоит из трех разделов: первый раздел знакомит читателя с продуктивными и непродуктивными сценариями обучения, во- втором разделе представлена учебная деятельность как вид самостоятельной работы, обучающихся, третий раздел посвящен организации научно-исследовательской деятельности студента.
Для студентов всех направлений подготовки....
Лучший подарок первокурснику (комплект из 2 книг)
Вашему вниманию предлагается комплект "Лучший подарок первокурснику", который включает в себя книгу "Успешная учеба в вузе. Самые важные навыки студента" и стильный блокнот....
Immigrant Youth Who Excel
A volume in International Perspectives on Educational Policy, Research, and Practice Series Editor: Kathryn M. Borman, University of South Florida The book has two parts. Through a series of four interconnected studies, the first focuses on the youths’ perceptions. We, meaning the reader and I, accompany them on their way into the new school, in chapter 1, and listen to evaluations of their academic and social experiences. In chapter 2, we learn about their informal social adaptation in various life settings, emphasizing gender differences in coping mechanisms. From here, we proceed to public opinion formation in the course of preparation for first-time voting in a new political culture (chapter 3). Perceptions of the military, in chapter 4, as the last stage of compulsory postsecondary civic engagement for Israeli youngsters, close this section. The second part places in the limelight the reactions of the educational system to catering to the needs of these immigrants who excel. Chapter 5 dwells on teachers’ perspectives on the challenge they present, exploring differences in these perspectives according to their years of experience and subject matter area. Chapter 6 examines the organizational modus operandi of several schools, eliciting field-based models for handling immigrant students. Evolving from the latter, chapter 7 offers an anthropological approach for training teachers to work optimally with immigrant and culturally diverse students. The programmatic epilogue offers an operational model for materializing the potential to enhance global participation for immigrants as well as locals, ensuing from the inter-cultural encounter. Research procedures that are common to a number of studies are explained upon first mention. To aid in the visualization of adaptive patterns emerging from this large body of data—on both immigrant youth and educators in the receiving society—tables summarizing findings are provided for all but chapter 7. In addition to the comparative component, each chapter also includes an assessment of globalization proneness in light of its specific topic....
African American Males and Education
African American Males in Education: Researching the Convergence of Race and Identity addresses a number of research gaps. This book emerges at a time when new social dynamics of race and other identities are shaping, but also shaped by, education....
Perspectives on Student Affairs in South Africa
The goal of Perspectives on Student Affairs in South Africa is to generate interest in student affairs in South Africa. The papers contained herein are based on best practice, local experience and well-researched international and local theories. The papers in this book deal with matters pertaining to international and national trends in student affairs: academic development, access and retention, counseling, and material support for students coming from disadvantaged backgrounds. They are linked to national and international developments, as described in the first two papers. This publication will assist both young and experienced practitioners as they grow into their task of developing the students entrusted to them. All contributors are South Africans with a great deal of experience in student affairs, and all are committed to the advancement of student affairs in South Africa. The editors are former heads of student affairs portfolios at two leading South African universities....
Drive Thru Teachers
There is growing discontent among teachers in America. The "microwave mentality" has seeped into the classroom. With all the unrealistic expectations placed on classroom teachers many have become disenchanted, disengaged, and sadly, a large percentage are leaving the profession. Several factors have led to significant fall-out: increased political pressures and litigation, heavy workloads for low compensation, and conflicting waves of educational reform. Teachers are the biggest investors in today's marketplace. They invest in the children who will shape America's future. This profession makes other professions possible yet with so many leaving the profession, who will teach the children of tomorrow? There is a clear breakdown in communication surrounding education. All the stakeholders, including classroom teachers, must come together. It is high time for a real discussion about everyone's role in the problem. Then let's fix it....
14 Disciplines For The First Year At College
14 Disciplines For The First Year At College gives insightful, and skillful, recommendations for transitioning high school students as they begin their journey of attending college. These 14 major components to being successful, and cautious, when going off to college could also serve as a base throughout a student's college years. This book should be viewed as extra to what most students already know yet fall short of implementing due to stresses, strains and overwhelming peer pressure often experienced on campus. This is not only meant to be a practical guide, but to touch on key aspects of college life itself. In addition, savvy tips for you to consider are included to move through college more efficiently. The methods and strategies in this book are meant to assist you in effectively maneuvering in—and out of—certain situations you might encounter during your first year at college.
This book would make an excellent gift for someone entering college!...
Making the Connection
Making the Connection: Data-Informed Practices in Academic Support Centers for College Athletes is practical and ideal for those who seek to use research to inform their individual and organizational practices. This volume is primarily intended for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, though scholars, researchers, teachers, practitioners, coaches, athletics administrators, and advocates of intercollegiate athletics will also find it useful. It comprises a series of chapters that cover a wide range of evidence-based approaches designed to enhance the practices of those who work closely with college athletes. Given the breadth of the field overall, this single volume is not exhaustive, but the current concerns, challenges, and themes of relevance to higher education researchers, practitioners, and others are well addressed. The intent of the text is to spark conversation about how college and university constituents can reframe their thinking about the importance of innovative research to careful, informed practice. Likewise, the contributors hope that it will inspire greater awareness and action among practitioners, as well as advance scholarship in the area of athletics. Each chapter includes current research, and in some cases theoretical perspectives, which should assist practitioners enhance the well-being of college athletes. Each chapter also offers guided discussion questions that are ideal for use as the basis of further conversation in the classroom setting. Adopters of this text will benefit from leading voices in the field who delve into complex issues, shedding new light and presenting unique opportunities for understanding a diversity of perspectives on evidence-based practices in support centers for athletes. In all, this volume provides a rich portrait of data-driven practices designed to assist practitioners and others who work closely with college athletes, and lays the groundwork for an ambitious and long overdue agenda to further develop innovative research that informs the practices of athletics stakeholders and improves the quality of experiences for college athletes....