Special needs pedagogy

Students in need of special education are important part of teachers work. This time we were asked to discuss all of the following questions with our own small group. We had lively recorded discussion with Elisangela and Satu. After discussion, we got a link to another discussion about same issues by experts. In generally speaking …

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Personal data and data security

Our team topic for discussion on Tuesday related to data security and personal data. Definition of personal data: Any data or information that identifies an individual that if lost or mislaid could cause harm or distress. In educational institutions all the collected student data, which can be combined with pupils in some way, are personal data. …

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Internationalism, multiculturalism and vocational business studies

On Tuesday 1st November, our topic was internationalization and multiculturalism in vocational education. In my field of business, marketing and sales the topic is really important in many ways. Most companies are actively looking opportunities to expand operations abroad and many kind of skills and knowledge of international environment are needed now and even more …

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James Albert Banks 1941– (edusci part1)

James Albert Banks is an educator who has been called the “father of multicultural education”. Banks seeks to develop awareness and skills in teachers and students for living in a culturally diverse United States and world. Banks became the first black professor in the College of Education at the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle …

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