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台灣學運報告1945-1949 / 藍博洲著
藍博洲, 1960- author
Xinbei Shi : INK yin ke wen xue sheng huo za zhi chu ban you xian gong si, 2015
Baker Berry East Asian LA1138.7 .L3623 2015
The best of the Harvard Lampoon 140 years of American humor
The Harvard Lampoon
New York : Touchstone, 
A collection of the best of The Harvard Lampoon --the spawning ground for Hollywood's elite comedy writers and New Yorker humorists--revealing the hidden gems from their 140-year history. Since its inception in 1876, The Harvard Lampoon has become a farm system for Hollywood's best and most revered comedy writers. Lampoon alumni can be found behind the scenes of sitcoms and late-night shows, including Saturday Night Live , The Simpsons , The Office , 30 Rock , The Mindy Project , and many others. The Best of the Harvard Lampoon is the first anthology of The Lampoon 's extensive archives, featuring luminaries who have gone on to shape the comedy and literary landscape along with some of the best cartoons, illustrations, and satirical advertisements from over the years. Contributors include B.J. Novak, Henry Beard, Andy Borowitz, George Plimpton, Conan O'Brien, John Updike, Patricia Marx, and many others, with an introduction by New York Times bestselling author Simon Rich.
Baker Berry LH1.H3 H362 2016
La anomalía social de la transición : movimiento estudiantil e izquierda universitaria en el Chile de los noventa (1987-2000)
Thielemann Hernández, Luis, 1981- author
Santiago : Tiempo Robado Editoras, 2016
Baker Berry LA563.7 .T45 2016
Have a little faith : religion, democracy, and the American public school
Justice, Benjamin, 1971- author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2016
Religion and education: a democratic perspective -- The founding fathers, religion, and education -- Religion and the origins of public education -- Religion and public education in the era of progress -- Religion and public education since 1960 -- Finding faith in democracy: three cases.
It isn't just in recent arguments over the teaching of intelligent design or reciting the pledge of allegiance that religion and education have butted heads: since their beginnings nearly two centuries ago, public schools have been embroiled in heated controversies over religion's place in the education system of a pluralistic nation. In this book, Benjamin Justice and Colin Macleod take up this rich and significant history of conflict with renewed clarity and astonishing breadth. Moving from the American Revolution to the present from the common schools of the nineteenth century to the charter schools of the twenty-first they offer one of the most comprehensive assessments of religion and education in America that has ever been published. From Bible readings and school prayer to teaching evolution and cultivating religious tolerance, Justice and Macleod consider the key issues and colorful characters that have shaped the way American schools have attempted to negotiate religious pluralism in a politically legitimate fashion.
Baker Berry LC111 .J89 2016
Policy patrons : philanthropy, education reform, and the politics of influence
Tompkins-Stange, Megan E., author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard Education Press, 
"Policy Patrons offers a rare behind-the-scenes view of decision making inside four influential education philanthropies: the Ford Foundation, the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation. Through a series of confidential interviews, Megan E. Tompkins-Stange explores the values, ideas, and beliefs that inform these foundations' strategies and practices."--Back cover.
Baker Berry LC243.A1 T66 2016
Mezzi di educazione di massa : saggi di storia della cultura materiale della scuola tra XIX e XX secolo
Meda, Juri, author
Milano, Italy : FrancoAngeli, 
Baker Berry LB3048.I8 M43 2016
Black males and racism : improving the schooling and life chances of African Americans
Fitzgerald, Terence D., author
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
The state of our education -- Ideological road mapping : the foundations of oppression -- The role of denial and the controlling image -- The historical role of social control in education -- The new mechanisms of social control in education -- Perception of the black male and its consequences in education -- Gender and discrimination in education -- Fighting for their future : constructing a counternarrative -- Conclusions.
Behind the twenty-first-century curtain of "colorblind" public sentiment lies an often-ignored reality shared by many African American males--racism continues to thrive and often drastically affects their lives. Fitzgerald draws on his extensive interviews of black males to reveal the experiences of racism that continue in public schools and in American higher education. Using empirical data and the methods of sociological research, Fitzgerald analyzes how the persistent effects of white supremacy in education have threatened the psychological and economic welfare of black males. The effects often last well into adulthood. Unraveling the subtle and overt mechanisms of institutional social control leads Fitzgerald to proposals to reduce structural racism and improve the lives of African American youth -- page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry LC2731 .F58 2016
"Keep the damned women out" : the struggle for coeducation
Malkiel, Nancy Weiss, author
Princeton : Princeton University Press, 
Setting the stage: the turbulent 1960s -- The Ivy League : Harvard, Yale, and Princeton -- The seven sisters : Vassar, Smith, and Wellesley -- Revisiting the Ivies : Dartmouth -- The United Kingdom : Cambridge and Oxford -- Taking stock.
"As the tumultuous decade of the 1960s ended, a number of very traditional, very conservative, highly prestigious colleges and universities in the United States and the United Kingdom decided to go coed, seemingly all at once, in a remarkably brief span of time. Coeducation met with fierce resistance. As one alumnus put it in a letter to his alma mater, "Keep the damned women out." Focusing on the complexities of institutional decision making, this book tells the story of this momentous era in higher education--revealing how coeducation was achieved not by organized efforts of women activists, but through strategic decisions made by powerful men. In America, Ivy League schools like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and Dartmouth began to admit women; in Britain, several of the men's colleges at Cambridge and Oxford did the same. What prompted such fundamental change? How was coeducation accomplished in the face of such strong opposition? How well was it implemented? Nancy Weiss Malkiel explains that elite institutions embarked on coeducation not as a moral imperative but as a self-interest means of maintaining a first-rate applicant pool. She explores the challenges of planning for the academic and non-academic lives of newly admitted women, and shows how, with the exception of Mary Ingraham Bunting at Radcliffe, every decision maker leading the charge for coeducation was male. Drawing on unprecedented archival research, [this book] is a breathtaking work of scholarship that is certain to be the definitive book on the subject."--Book jacket.
Baker Berry LC1756 .M26 2016
Learning from the inside-out : child development and school choice
Whitaker, Manya Catrice, author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Baker Berry LB1031 .W485 2016
Kickstarting your academic career : skills to succeed in the social sciences
Ostergard, Robert L., author
North York, Ontario, Canada : University of Toronto Press, 
"Taking a skills-building approach, Kickstarting Your Academic Career is a primer on the common scholastic challenges first-year social sciences students face upon entering college or university. Based on the challenges that instructors most often find students need help with, the authors offer practical advice and tips on such topics as communicating with instructors, note taking, how to read a textbook, writing exams, and researching and writing papers. The succinct writing and clear organization make this an essential reference for first-year students as they encounter post-secondary work for the first time, and a useful refresher for upper year students looking to refine their skills."--
Baker Berry LB2343.3 .O78 2017
Disruptive fixation : school reform and the pitfalls of techno-idealism
Sims, Christo, 1978- author
Princeton : Princeton University Press, 
Introduction -- Cycles of disruptive fixation -- Spatial fixations -- Pedagogic fixations -- Amenable and fixable subjects -- "Community" fixations -- Conclusion: The resilience of techno-idealism.
Baker Berry LA339.N5 S55 2017
Do universities have a role in the education and training of teachers? : an international analysis of policy and practice
edited by Bob Moon
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge Univ Press, 
Baker Berry LB1707 .D684 2016
Blueprint for counter education : expanded reprint
Maurice Stein and Larry Miller ; designed by Marshall Henrichs ; editor for the revised edition, Eugenia Bell
New York, NY : Inventory Press, LLC, 2016
"Blueprint for counter education is one of the defining (but neglected) works of radical pedagogy of the Vietnam War era. Originally published in 1970 and integrated into the design of the Critical Studies curriculum at CalArts, the book was accompanied by large graphic posters that could serve as a portable learning environment for a new process-based model of education, and a bibliography and checklist that map patterns and relationships between radical thought and artistic practices--from the avant-gardes to postmodernism--with Marcuse and McLuhan serving as points of anchorage. -- Accompanying this new facsimile edition of the book, posters, and slipcase is a 64-page booklet featuring a conversation with the original Blueprint authors Maurice Stein, Larry Miller, and designer Marshall Henrichs, as well as essays from Jeffrey Schnapp, Paul Cronin, and notes on the design by Adam Michaels of Project Projects"--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry LC32 .B58 2016
Lower ed : the troubling rise of for-profit colleges in the new economy
Cottom, Tressie McMillan, author
New York : The New Press, 2017
Introduction: The education gospel -- 1. The real -- 2. The beauty college and the technical college -- 3. Jesus is my backup plan -- 4. When higher education makes cents -- 5. Where credit is due -- 6. Credentials, jobs, and the new economy -- Epilogue.
"Drawing on her personal experience as a former counselor at two for-profit colleges and interviews with students, senior executives and activists, a renowned sociologist reveals how for-profit schools have become so successful and deciphers the benefits, credentials pitfalls and real costs of a for-profit education, "--NoveList.
Baker Berry LB2328.52.U6 C68 2017
The Cambridge handbook of service learning and community engagement
edited by Corey Dolgon, Tania D. Mitchell, Timothy K. Eatman
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017
Talking about Origins : Personal Histories of Engagement / Liz Hollander, Mark Lapping, Eugene Rice and Nadinne Cruz -- Religion and Civic Engagement : In Pursuit of Transformation / Darby Ray -- Jane Addams, Feminist Pragmatism, and Service Learning / Mary Jo Deegan -- HBCUs : A History of Community Engagement / Kisha Daniels, K. Hicks, and M. Plummer -- Recovering a Forgotten Lineage of Democratic Engagement : Agricultural and Extension Programs in the United States / Scott Peters -- Labor Education and Workers' Colleges : Growing a Pedagogy of Hope in the U.S. and Canada / Rueben Roth and Corey Dolgon -- Connecting Civil Rights and Community Engagement : Intergenerational Dimensions of Resonating Movements / Matthew Countryman and Timothy K. Eatman -- Ernest Boyer and the Rediscovery of Integration / Tom McGowan -- A Brief History of the Civic Engagement Movement in American Higher Education / John Saltmarsh and Matt Hartley -- Service-Learning Course Construction and Learning Outcomes : Searching for the Soulfulness in Service Learning / Pamela T. Motoike -- Catalyzing Ecologies of Transformative Community Partnerships / Rom Coles -- Community Based Research / Georgia Nigro -- Critical Reflection and Civic Mindedness : Expanding Conceptualizations and Practices / Kristen Norris, Patti Clayton, Cheryl K. Siemers, H. Anne Weiss and Kathleen E. Edwards -- Delivering on the Promise of Civic Learning : Toward More Meaningful and Intentional Assessment / Ashley Finley -- Universidad Sin Fronteras : Transgressing Intellectual Borders and Redefining Learning / Ruben Solis, Cita Cook and Jenice L. View -- Intercultural Competence as a Cornerstone for Transformation in Service Learning / Tommy J. Van Cleave and Chris Cartwright -- Conjugating Equity and Ethics in Relationships Between Community Organizations and Higher Education : How the Arts Can Guide Us / Carol Bebelle -- Adult Learners and Engagement : A Homecoming in Higher Education / Suzanne Buglione -- Engaged Learning and Scholarship in and Across Disciplines / Jon White -- Going Public in the Humanities : Undoing Myths, Facing Challenges / Tyler S. Branson and Sarah R. Robbins -- Knowing and Being Community Engaged in the Social Sciences / Amanda Wittman
"With contributions from leading experts across disciplinary fields, this book explores best practices from the field's most notable researchers, as well as important historically-based and politically focused challenges to a field whose impact has reached an important crossroads. The comprehensive and powerfully critical analysis considers the history of community engagement and service learning, best teaching practices and pedagogies, engagement across disciplines, and current research and policies--and contemplates the future of the field. The book will not only inform faculty, staff, and students on ways to improve their work, but also suggest a bigger social and political focus for programs intended to seriously establish democracy and social justice in their communities and campuses"--
Baker Berry LC220.5 .C556 2017
日本統治下台湾の教育認識 : 書房。公学校を中心に / 呉宏明
Yokohama-shi : Shunpūsha, 2016
Baker Berry Japan LA1136.8 .G6 2016
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