Perspectivas internacionales sobre la educación en casa

Termino el año con una gran noticia, pronto veré cumplido un gran deseo, ver publicado uno de mis artículos en una obra de nivel internacional. Parece ser que saldrá el año que viene, pero no puedo dejar de compartir con quienes leeis este blog, la gran alegría que siento.

Palgrave

La noticia ha salido al publico a través de la página de la editorial Palgrave Macmillan en la que adelanta la próxima publicación -en febrero de 2015- del libro denominado International Perspectives on Home Education  La compilación de artículos ha sido editada por Paula Rothermel, y ha supuesto para ella un trabajo de tres años, contactar, recibir, editar y promover esta participación tan variopinta.

Va a ser un acontecimiento, dado que participan en él prácticamente todos los académicos que en este momento están escribiendo sobre homeschool en el mundo entero. No puedo esconder mi satisfacción por el hecho de que mi nombre aparezca entre ellos, y quiero agradecer a las tres personas maravillosas que me han corregido una y otra vez el texto que redacté en origen en inglés: Daragh Mc Inerney, Marc Barnes y Joshua Gamble. Gracias a los tres.

Esta es la ficha técnica:

International Perspectives on Home Education
Do We Still Need Schools?
Edited by Paula Rothermel

Hardcover (352 pages)
£70.00 + delivery
ISBN 9781137446848
Publication Date February 2015
Formats Hardcover Ebook (EPUB) Ebook (PDF)

Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
This unique and enriching volume presents twenty one chapters written by an eclectic mix of leading names in home-based education research worldwide. It is the first ever snapshot of global thinking in home based education issues with contributions from a diverse academic community from countries including the UK, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Israel, Afghanistan, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Colombia, Spain, India and Canada. The topic of home education is a unique and interesting lens through which to explore problems and issues in contemporary education far beyond the field of homeschooling, and International Perspectives on Home Education uses this to explore education outside of school and place it into a global, political and critical context. This collection is accessible to a wide audience, providing a handy volume to have close at hand for home educators, academics and policymakers alike.
• Sociology
• Sociology of Education
• Education
• Teaching Methods
• Non
• Psychology
• Educational Psychology
• Parent Participation

AUTORES
Andew McAvoy, Independent Scholar, UK
Michael W. Apple, University of Wisconsin, USA
Aharon Aviram, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
T. Jameson Brewer, University of Illinois, USA
Christian W. Beck, University of Oslo, Norway
Samantha Eddis, Arizona State University, USA
Cheryl Fields-Smith, University of Georgia, USA
Erwin Fabián García López, National University of Columbia
Madalen Goiria, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Ulrike Hanemann, UNESCO, UK
Nicky Hardenbergh, Independent Scholar, USA
Glenda Jackson, Independent Scholar, Australia
Christopher Lubienski, University of Illinois, USA
Daniel Monk, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Sugata Mitra, Newcastle University, UK
Ari Neuman, Western Galilee College, Israel
Harriet Pattison, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
Carlo Ricci, Nipissing University, Canada
Leslie Safran Barson, Independent Scholar, UK
Joke Sperling, Independent Scholar, The Netherlands
Thomas Spiegler, Friedensau Adventist University, Germany
Alan Thomas, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
Noraisha Yusof, Independent Scholar, Saudi Arabia

INDICE
PART I: HOME-EDUCATION: THE LEARNING PROCESS
1. Home Educating Parents: Martyrs Or Pathmakers?; Leslie Safran Barson
2. Reflections On Australian Home Education Research And Vygotskian Learning Theory; Glenda Jackson
3. Parental and Children’s Views on Mathematical Learning within the Home-Environment; Noraisha Yusof
4. The Informal Acquisition And Development Of Literacy; Alan Thomas and Harriet Pattison
5. How are New Technologies impacting Elective Home Learners?; Andew McAvoy
PART II: HOME-EDUCATION: TENSIONS AND CRITICISMS
6. Home Education And Social Integration; Christian Beck
7. A Case Of Mistaken Identity: Perspectives of Home Educators and State Officials in England, Wales, and Florida, USA; Samantha Eddis
8. Validity of High Stakes Standardized Test Requirements for Homeschoolers: A Psychometric Analysis; Nicky Hardenbergh
9. Does Home Education ‘Work’? Challenging the Assumptions behind the Home Education Movement; Christopher Lubienski and Jameson Brewer
PART III: POLITICAL CONFLICT
10. Home Education Versus Compulsory Schooling In Germany; Thomas Spiegler
11. Home Education: a Human Right?; Daniel Monk
12. Home Education and the European Convention on Human Rights; Joke Sperling
13. Home Education: ‘A Desperately Dangerous Notion’; Paula Rothermel
PART IV: HOME-EDUCATION: LIFESTYLE AND CHOICE
14. Home Schooling: the Choice and the Consequences; Ari Neuman and Professor Aharon Aviram
15. Reflections and Comparative Assessments on Home Education in Three Colombian Families; Erwin Fabian Garica Lopez
PART V: HOME-EDUCATION: MODELS: WAR, POVERTY AND NECESSITY
16. Home-Based Schools: Increasing the Access of Education to Afghan Girls and Women; Ulrike Hanemann
17. What can Children Teach Themselves?: Lessons from a Hole in the Wall in India; Sugata Mitra
18. Black Homeschoolers: Nowhere left to go; Cheryl Fields-Smith
19. Education as God Wants it; Michael Apple
PART VI: HOME-EDUCATION: CULTURAL AND INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
20. Carnival of Blogs: An Example of Facilitating Intercultural Relations in Hispanic Home Education; Madalen Goiria
21. Homeschooling and the Intercultural World in Which I Live; Carlo Ricci.

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