The Book Through Children's Eyes

Through Children's Eyes

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  • Autor: Helen Bond
  • Editor: Key Publishing House
  • Relaese Date: 16 August 2012
  • ISBN: 192678006X
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT, Audio, MOBI
  • Number of page: 340 pages
  • File Size: 54MB
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Description Through Children's Eyes de Helen Bond:

This book examines how school-age children and youth in the United States, Sierra Leone, West Africa, Jamaica, China, and Russia made meaning of the election of Barack Obama as the first non-White President of the United States. The book is developed from an international research study exploring how children and youth around the world understood Obama's messages. The book further examines whether youth believed race relations in their country or human relations in the world might change as a result of this historic election. Children made vibrant drawings of "what President Obama means to me," revealing their innermost thoughts and secrets. Youth also revealed how they learned about Obama, including their surprising one-word impressions of him. The rich contents of the book, the issues it raises, and the insights it provides will offer readers a unique opportunity to look into the minds of the future generation around the world. Dr. Helen Bond, Ph.D. Dr. Bond is an Associate Professor in Curriculum and Instruction at Howard University. She received an undergraduate degree in Education from The Ohio State University, a Master of Arts degree in Communication from West Virginia University and a Ph.D. in Human Development from Virginia Polytechnic and State University. Her dissertation focused on education and human development in West Africa, where she conducted anthropological field work in Ghana. She was awarded the 2012 Inspirational Interdisciplinary Project at Howard University for her interdisciplinary teaching and research in a course entitled Social Media and Political Change in Africa. She was selected as a 2011-2012 Fulbright-Nehru Scholar in education in India where she spent a semester lecturing and conducting research on teacher education and women's empowerment. She has published articles in the Sociology of Education: An A-to-Z Guide, International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, Journal of Transformative Education, Handbook of Research on Culturally Aware Technology, and the Weekly Journal of Higher Education published by the Association of Indian Universities. She also authored chapters in the "Pathways to the Holocaust" and the award winning "Evoking Genocide" chosen as the "Outstanding Academic Title" for 2010 by Choice Magazine, the leading journal of librarians around the English-speaking world.Dr. Bernadine Barr, Ph.D. Dr. Barr is a Professor (Collegiate Professor) at the University of Maryland, University College. She received an undergraduate degree from Brown University, a Master of Fine Arts degree from University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in Child and Adolescent Development from Stanford University School of Education. After college, Dr. Barr served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cuzco, Peru. During her postdoctoral years at Stanford University School of Education and Stanford University School of Medicine, she traveled to Hungary to discuss possible ways to improve the outcomes of children living in institutions. She has 12 years of experience designing and teaching courses in teacher education, multicultural child development, parenting, race relations, and global migrants and refugees. She co-authored book-length commentaries published for online courses in ethnic relations and in race relations. Dr. Barr is a mentor to faculty members who are new to online teaching. Dr. Izolda Fotiyeva received her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D., from The Ural State University, Russia and Russian Academy of Science. In 2005, Dr. Fotiyeva joined the faculty of the Howard University School of Education where she teaches mathematics and science courses to help preservice teachers be more effective with children in K-12 schools. She published two books, "Math with Mom" in 2003, and "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Algebra Word Problems in 2010." In 2002 she was nominated for an Emmy Award as a producer of WHUT Television station's flagship show Evening Exchange with Kojo Nnamdi. In 2004, she won the Telly Award for producing.Dr. Fang Wu is an Associate Professor and Early Childhood Education Program Coordinator in the School of Education at Howard University. She received her B.A., from Beijing Normal University, M.A., from University of Pittsburgh, and Ph.D. from UCLA. Dr. Wu's research foci are on social and emotional development of children in China and in the United States, parenting effect on child development, and children adopted from China by American parents. She is also interested in developmentally appropriate curriculum and teaching practice in early childhood education. Dr. Wu has twice received the Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad awards to take American teachers to China for cultural studies. She has also received the 2011 Fulbright Specialist Program award to teach in a university in China.

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