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autonomy of education

A. C. Kazepides

autonomy of education

by A. C. Kazepides

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Published by National Centre of Social Research in Athens .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece.
    • Subjects:
    • Education -- Greece.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [99]-104.

      Statementby A. C. Kazepides.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA782 .K35
      The Physical Object
      Pagination107 p.
      Number of Pages107
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5436925M
      LC Control Number73085453

      Language education for autonomy is a complex field of inquiry that requires ongoing investigation and practical explorations. Groupe de Recherche en Pedagogie was later asked to direct the first language laboratories created at the Languages faculty in and to support other new adult language courses offered to university and non-university. Critical Thinking and Context Independence 6. Autonomy and the Self 7. Autonomy and Conceptions of the Good 8. Autonomy and the Polity 9. Autonomy and Schooling Autonomy, the Difference Principle and Educational Resources Autonomy and Civic Education Education and the Balanced Life Policy Implications of the Argument of the Book.

      Why 'Autonomy' in Higher Education is a Socially Exclusivist Enterprise. Because knowledge is the basis of social formation, the fragmentation of knowledge, pushed by corporate interests and upper. First it provides an introduction to the ideas and works of Michel Foucault. It should be particularly appropriate for education students for whom, in general, Foucault is a shadowy presence. Second, it provides a Foucault based critique of a central plank of Western liberal education, the notion of the autonomous individual or personal autonomy.

      What Is Learner Autonomy? In the early s, autonomy was considered to be a ‘buzz word’ (Little, , p. 2) in education and language education in particular and began to occupy significant space in literature related to language education (Benson and Voller, .   This book is a must have for those who are teaching in non-western cultures. Though a number of articles, it addresses the field of language learning autonomy in non-western cultures. There has been concern that autonomy is only valid in western cultures because it is based on the western tradition of s: 1.


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It is, however, difficult to derive a unified concept of `autonomy’ from the comparative indicators which are published on a regular basis. Education, Autonomy and Democratic Citizenship: Philosophy in a Changing World (Routledge International Studies in the Philosophy of Education Book 2) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by David Bridges (Editor) Format: Kindle EditionManufacturer: Routledge.

Autonomy for school boards is realised through management, administrative mechanisms, management of staff and pedagogical options.

Autonomy of administration requires competence, the willingness to establish an autonomous administration and awareness of Brand: Springer Netherlands. The academic autonomy of institutions has come under scrutiny in recent years as the government, through higher education regulator University Grants Commission (UGC), has been issuing instructions on various issues, including topics for research.

Modi said the NEP would accelerate the process of granting autonomy to educational institutions. The concepts of autonomy and of critical thinking are of key importance in many contemporary accounts of the aims of education.

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These are: (1) that citizens should be able to sustain their own existence and that of the state; (2) that citizens should be able to participate in its institutions and contribute to the direction of its affairs; (3) that citizens should ensure that the social.

The concepts of autonomy and of critical thinking are of key importance in many contemporary accounts of the aims of education. Education, Autonomy and Critical Thinking analyzes their relationship to each other and to education, explores their roles in mortality and politics, and examines the part critical thinking has to play in fulfilling the educational aim of preparing young people for 5/5(1).

Autonomy in education fosters the skills children need to be an independent adult who challenges and contributes to a diverse, democratic society. Contemporary education is shifting purpose once again, to producing individuals who demonstrate independence in thought and action, think rationally, and are capable of critical participation in the.

INTRODUCTION Individual autonomy is widely regarded as a fundamental value in educational theory and practice.

Supporters of a systematic approach to knowledge in teaching and learning often claim that one of the main outcomes, if not the most important, of the educational process is its contribution to the making of an autonomous person. Likewise, educational philosophers have also argued the merits of promoting autonomy in public schools out of fears that some forms of autonomy may limit the ranges of conceptions of the good life that are available to students; many are concerned that promoting autonomy may inspire students to reject family and community ways of life.

efforts among teachers. Teacher autonomy is driven by a need for personal and professional improvement, so that an autonomous teacher may seek out opportunities over the course of his or her career to develop further.

Teacher autonomy and professional independence is a socially Teacher autonomy refers to freedom of study, learn & teach. Autonomy, in Western ethics and political philosophy, the state or condition of self-governance, or leading one’s life according to reasons, values, or desires that are authentically one’s gh autonomy is an ancient notion (the term is derived from the ancient Greek words autos, meaning “self,” and nomos, meaning “rule”), the most-influential conceptions of autonomy are.

Autonomy, Democracy and Introspection: The Concerns for Higher Education in India. If India wants to have a sophisticated higher education system, it has to adopt a new model of mixing fantastic. Autonomy runs deeper than is often thought and this book shows that while autonomy is unique to Western consciousness and to democracy, it raises and examines the question as to whether autonomy is either universally necessary or necessary to democracy.

Log In You must be logged into UK education collection to access this title. Learn about. Autonomy in Language Education offers a holistic overview of and novel contribution to a complex and multifaceted, yet under-studied, field of inquiry that is transforming language pedagogy: It offers nineteen original chapters that critically analyze the impact of Henri Holec’s seminal book Autonomy in Foreign Language Learning; unpack theoretical, empirical, conceptual, methodological Author: Manuel Jimenez Raya, Flavia Vieira.

autonomy within the field of language education was in part a response to ideals and expectations aroused by the political turmoil in Europe in the late s.

Holec ( 1) began his report to the Council of Europe (Concept ) with a description of the social and ideological context within which ideas of autonomy in learning emerged.

Academic Autonomy as a Lifelong Learning Process for Universities Leadership and Governance in Higher Education, Volume No. 4, 3 The meaning of academic autonomy What do I mean by academic autonomy in this context.

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The push towards greater autonomy is one of the three main trends in every modern educational policy. The concept of teacher autonomy refers to the professional independence of teachers in schools, especially the degree to which they can make autonomous decisions about what they teach to students and how they teach it.

In recent years, teacher autonomy has become a major point of discussion and debate in American public education, largely as a result of educational policies that. "Carpenter's book is intellectually arresting—weaving quantitative and qualitative empiricism through an impressive array of theoretical propositions toward an attractive theory of bureaucratic autonomy in the administrative state [A]dmirably successful in adding to our narrative of the development of the American administrative state.".The middle path is a comfortable idea; the comfort depends on the subject to which it relates.

The prime minister has marked a ‘middle path’ between government control and the sense of entitlement of higher academic institutions at the Conclave on Transformational Reforms in Higher Education under the National Education Policy.Working Paper: Charter Schools and Special Education Katharine Parham explores the dual institutions of charter schools and special education, and the unique issues that arise when an institution whose organizational structure is grounded in autonomy is forced to .