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La ville attractive et la place des étrangers à Nantes (1989-2012)

Julien Long
À Nantes, l’hospitalité demeure un enjeu politique de longue date, en témoigne la devise de la ville « Neptune favorise ceux qui voyagent ». Suite à l’élection de J.-M. Ayrault en 1989, l’accueil des étrangers devient un des rouages de la politique d’attractivité de la ville (rénovation mémorielle du passé négrier et promotion d’une ville ouverte sur le monde). Au-delà de l’image d’une ville hospitalière et cosmopolite, les mobilisations sociales pour la cause des étrangers,...

Research on afterschool programs in Korea. Trends and outcomes

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Afterschool programs in Korea have been widespread and even regarded as being institutionalized recently. A clear evidence of this phenomenon is that quite a number of students and parents choose afterschool programs as the alternative to private tutoring. Therefore, this study aims to explore the recent research trends and outcomes on afterschool programs in Korea. The researchers reviewed and analyzed approximately one hundred recent studies on afterschool programs in Korea. One outstanding trend of research...

IV Encontro Internacional de Cinema & Território: uma visão panorâmica

Carlos Valente
Cinema & Território: Revista Internacional de Arte e Antropologia das Imagens, nº 2, 2017, 64-68.

Math self-concept, grades, and achievement test scores. Long-term reciprocal effects across five waves and three achievement tracks

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This study examines reciprocal effects between self-concept and achievement by considering a long time span covering grades 5 through 9. Extending previous research on the reciprocal effects model (REM), this study tests (1) the assumption of developmental equilibrium as time-invariant cross-lagged paths from self-concept to achievement and from achievement to self-concept, (2) the generalizability of reciprocal relations when using school grades and standardized achievement test scores as achievement indicators, and (3) the invariance of findings...

Social and dimensional comparisons in math and verbal test anxiety. Within- and cross-domain relations with achievement and the mediating role of academic self-concept

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The present study builds on two strands of research: (1) the recently established generalized internal/external frame of reference (GI/E) model assuming social (comparing one's achievement in one domain with the achievement of one's peers in the same domain) and dimensional (comparing one's achievement in one domain with one's achievement in another domain) comparison processes in the formation of motivational constructs and self-perceptions, and (2) research on domain-specific facets of test anxiety. Using a sample of...

The need for care. A study of teachers’ conceptions of care and pupils’ needs in a Swedish school-age educare setting

This paper presents the findings of a study investigating School-Age Educare (SAE) teachers’ conceptions of care and care practices and how these conceptions of care and actual practices relate to pupils’ needs. The study is based on observations and interviews with two experienced SAE teachers and one young teacher in a Swedish SAE centre, working with pupils between 9–11 years old. The study was undertaken between March 2018 and April 2019, and provides insight into...

The method of the socio-spatial map for the reconstruction of transformative educational processes in educational contexts

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This article is concerned with the method of the socio-spatial map. It is a method that combines visual (sketches/drawings) with verbal expressions (interviews) in a triangulating manner. This process is particularly suited to empirical questions and analyses of educational contexts, processes and strategies within the framework of extended education, as they are too complex to be captured solely by a single method. Rather, educational processes require a methodical-methodological design that enables as holistic a reconstruction...

Inequality in extracurricular education in Russia

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The article considers the structure of the inequality of access to extra-curricular education in Russia and factors influencing it. Among the main barriers are the territorial context, urban and rural education, the families’ socioeconomic status and cultural capital. It is also showed that the factors of the inequality are also produced with strong spatial (interregional, inter-municipal) differentiation; the sector’s peculiarities of regulation and policy. Despite active measures of the state policy in increasing participation coverage...

Dimensional comparison effects on (gendered) educational choices

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Expectancy-value theory (EVT) proposes that students' appraisals of success expectancy and task value are the main drivers of their study and career choices. Dimensional comparison theory proposes that these beliefs are themselves affected by students comparing their ability across different domains. However, only a few studies have aimed to integrate these approaches and clarify the role of dimensional comparisons within EVT. Using longitudinal data, we aimed to fill this gap by studying within- and cross-domain...

Ostropales: Thelenellaceae, including the genus Thelenella.

A. Orange & Paul Cannon

Peltigerales: Pannariaceae, including the genera Fuscopannaria, Leptogidium, Nevesia, Pannaria, Parmeliella, Pectenia, Protopannaria and Psoroma.

Paul Cannon, A. Aptroot, B. Coppins, N. Sanderson & J. Simkin

Wie Experimente mit gegenständlichen Materialien und Simulationen das funktionale Denken fördern

Michaela Lichti & Jürgen Roth
Der Einstieg in das Thema funktionale Zusammenhänge ist von hoher Bedeutung für ein erfolgreiches Arbeiten mit Funktionen, die Schülerinnen und Schüler ihre ganze Schullaufbahn über begleiten. Dieser Beitrag befasst sich mit der Frage, ob Lernumgebungen unter Verwendung von Simulationen oder gegenständlichen Materialien geeignet sind, diesen Einstieg ausgerichtet auf die Förderung des funktionalen Denkens unter Berücksichtigung der Aspekte Zuordnung, Änderungsverhalten und Objekt zu gestalten. Nach einem theoretischen Überblick über funktionales Denken, Experimente mit gegenständlichen Materialien bzw....

Lessons-learned. Kollegiale und evidenzbasierte Lehrreflexion des ersten Corona-Semesters

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Wie bei jedem Unterricht sind auch beim digitalen Lernen die professionelle Begleitung des Lernens und geeignete Inhalte sowie die didaktische Vermittlung entscheidend. Folglich kann nicht davon ausgegangen werden, dass allein durch den Einsatz digitaler Formate die Kompetenzen für selbstgesteuertes Lernen zunehmen. Genau in diesem Kontext ist der Beitrag des Forscher*innenteams angesiedelt, die ihre Befunde zur Umsetzung der digitalen Lehre im Sommersemester 2021 an der Universität Osnabrück dokumentieren. Hier wird unter anderem deutlich, dass Dozierende dazu...

Lehrer*innenbildung neu denken. Digitales Lehren lernen in Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache

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Überlegungen zur Begleitung digitalen Lernens bilden den Ausgangspunkt für diesen Praxisbeitrag. Ein neu entwickeltes Seminarkonzept im Fach Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache bietet Lehramtsstudierenden die Möglichkeit, verschiedene Formate des digitalen Lehrens und Lernens zu entwickeln und zu erproben und somit auch das Potenzial, diese Kompetenzen nachhaltig zu nutzen. (DIPF/Orig.)

Distanzieren, immunisieren oder weiterentwickeln? Hochschullehre nach Corona

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Wenn Dozierende auf Fernunterricht umstellen, im Homeoffice die Nähe-Distanzproblematik lösen, die Tücken der Online-Lehre bewältigen und lange Tage ohne Beziehungen im realen Raum erdulden müssen: die Autor*innen schildern in ihrem Praxisbericht stimmungsvoll, wie sich der Beginn der Covid-19-Krise für Hochschuldozierende anfühlte. (DIPF/Orig.)

“Sites of Memory” – A Topic for Research and Communication?

Katharina Steudtner

Parallel Concepts of Space. An Archaeological Perspective

Svend Hansen & Michael Meyer

Status and Determinants of Women’s Participation in Household Decision Making in Ethiopia

Melkamu Asabu & Addis Kebede

Economy and spatial order. Planning and the policy of regional and local development

Jan Siekierski

Determinants of the capital structure of Polish industrial enterprises

Kinga Ociesa

Products offered by a startup and the quality of human life

Wiesław Łukasiński & Angelika Nigbor

Beyond Technological Literacy Open Data as Active Democratic Engagement?

Caitlin Wylie, Kathryn Neeley & Sean Ferguson
We consider scholarly conversations about digital citizenship as a continuation of centuries of discourse about citizenship, democracy, and technoscience. Conceptually, we critique portrayals of citizenship from Jeffersonian polities to technical literacy to critical health and environmental justice movements. This analysis forms the basis for proposing an alternative, normative theoretical perspective on citizens’ engagement in governance: the ethics of care. This framework enables a move from citizens’ civic engagement as motivated by duty and risk perception...

Glass-boxing science: Laboratory work on display in museums

Caitlin Wylie
Museum displays tend to black-box science, by displaying scientific facts without explanations of how those facts were made. A recent trend in exhibit design upends this omission by putting scientists to work in glass-walled laboratories, just a window away from visitors. How is science being conceived, portrayed, and performed in glass-walled laboratories? Interviews and participant observation in several “fishbowl” paleontology laboratories reveal that glass walls alter lab workers’ typical tasks and behavior. Despite glass-walled labs’...

‘The artist’s piece is already in the stone’: Constructing creativity in paleontology laboratories

Caitlin Wylie
Laboratory technicians are typically portrayed as manual workers following routine procedures to produce scientific data. However, technicians in vertebrate paleontology laboratories often describe their work in terms of creativity and artistry. Fossil specimens undergo extensive preparation – including rock removal, damage repair, and reconstruction of missing parts – to become accessible to researchers. Technicians called fossil preparators choose, apply, and sometimes invent these preparation methods. They have no formal training, no standard protocols, and few...

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