Learning from the Left

[and] adult life can be a game like the games of children, only with more
desperate and magnificent issues.”26 Anticipating cultural critics like Paul
Goodman—who in 1960 would tell a budding New Left that “growing up” had
become “absurd” ...

Learning from the Left

Author: Julia L. Mickenberg

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0195152808

Page: 389

View: 602

They ways in which the Cold War and McCarthyism circumscribed dissent are well known. Less documented are the opportunities they inadvertently created. This book shows how pervasive & influential Left politics appeared in children's book writing, illustrating, publishing & dissemination.

Learning on the Left

This volume is not an institutional history, but instead shows how one university, over the course of seven decades, employed and taught remarkable men and women who belong in our accounts of the evolution of American politics, especially ...

Learning on the Left

Author: Stephen Whitfield

Publisher: Brandeis University Press

ISBN: 9781684580118

Page: 400

View: 382

Brandeis University is the United States' only Jewish-sponsored nonsectarian university, and while only being established after World War II, it has risen to become one of the most respected universities in the nation. The faculty and alumni of the university have made exceptional contributions to myriad disciplines, but they have played a surprising formidable role in American politics. Stephen J. Whitfield makes the case for the pertinence of Brandeis University in understanding the vicissitudes of American liberalism since the mid-twentieth century. Founded to serve as a refuge for qualified professors and students haunted by academic antisemitism, Brandeis University attracted those who generally envisioned the republic as worthy of betterment. Whether as liberals or as radicals, figures associated with the university typically adopted a critical stance toward American society and sometimes acted upon their reformist or militant beliefs. This volume is not an institutional history, but instead shows how one university, over the course of seven decades, employed and taught remarkable men and women who belong in our accounts of the evolution of American politics, especially on the left. In vivid prose, Whitfield invites readers to appreciate a singular case of the linkage of political influence with the fate of a particular university in modern America.

Learning Right from Wong Wrong Woke Left

Written with a hint of 'larrikinism' this book discusses the raging battle between left and right that has engulfed the free world.

Learning Right from Wong  Wrong  Woke  Left

Author: Chris Stokes

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504322150

Page: 230

View: 313

Written with a hint of 'larrikinism' this book discusses the raging battle between left and right that has engulfed the free world. In a technology-driven world, being time poor and confronting massive rises in the cost of living, society has been pounded into submission by three life-changing events simultaneously. Climate change, the covid-19 pandemic and the death of George Floyd have taken the world and its globilised village to the edge of a precipice. Should it topple over due to an economic collapse or the rise of China, life as we know it will be irreversibly changed. How we deal with this calamity before us all, depends on our individual knowledge of and respect for socialism and capitalism. There has never been a more important time to know the differences between left and right, how these features got us to today, and how they can help us tomorrow. If the task before humankind all wasn't hard enough, we all have to contend with wokeness and a derangement within certain sections of the community. Who said "life wasn't meant to be easy."

Left to My Own Devices

All in all, the volume is most attractive to those interested in the emerging field of mobile-assisted learning in general, and its potential for foreign language teaching and learning in particular.

Left to My Own Devices

Author: Javier E. Díaz Vera

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 1780526466

Page: 216

View: 908

Left to My Own Devices: Learner Autonomy and Mobile-Assisted Language Learning is the result of five years of intensive dedication to teaching innovation and curriculum development. The book offers a series of studies exploring how mobile technologies in particular, and mobile learning in general, may be used for second language teaching and learning in a wide variety of environments. Although a strong emphasis is laid on issues to do with autonomy and independence in second language acquisition, the volume also examines the connections and interrelations of mobile learning and second language teaching and learning process on the whole, as well as the process of adoption of new, mobile technologies as teaching tools in various communities across the globe. The volume is targeted at a broad spectrum of readers including academics in the field of e-learning, online learning, and ICT-based learning, with an interest in exploring the possibilities of mobile-assisted learning and the new developments of ICT - in particular, portable devices - for the foreign language classroom. The volume will also be of interest to e-learning practitioners, course designers, resource centers managers, educators - on different levels - and foreign language instructors and trainers alike. All in all, the volume is most attractive to those interested in the emerging field of mobile-assisted learning in general, and its potential for foreign language teaching and learning in particular.

Learning the Left

LEARnIng. thE. PoLItICAL. LEft. thRough. PoPuLAR. novELs. howard fast,
historical fiction, and the Cold War Paul J. Ramsey During the Progressive Era
and throughout the interwar period, left-leaning novelists and artists confronted
the ...

Learning the Left

Author: Paul J. Ramsey

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 1681230550

Page: 173

View: 897

Learning the Left examines the ways in which young people and adults learned (and continue to learn) the tenets of liberal politics in the United States through the popular media and the arts from the turn of the twentieth century to the present. This collection of essays foregrounds mass culture as an educational site; it is hoped that this focus on the history of the civic functions of the popular media and arts will begin a muchneeded conversation among a variety of scholars, notably historians of education.

Learning from No Child Left Behind

No federal policy is as important to the future of education in America as No Child
Left Behind (NCLB). Since its passage in 2002, the law has provided the nation
with ambitious goals, concrete timetables, and potent remedies for raising ...

Learning from No Child Left Behind

Author: John E. Chubb

Publisher: Hoover Press

ISBN: 0817949836

Page: 84

View: 113

The author, writing on behalf of Hoover's Koret task Force on K–12 Education, presents a convincing case that, despite the controversy it has ignited, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law is making a positive difference and should be renewed. He outlines ten specific lessons and recommendations that identify the strengths and weaknesses of NCLB and offers suggestions for improving the law, building on its current foundation.

Learning Disabilities and Brain Function

In this section we look at two cases with evidence of fairly clearly defined regional
cerebral dysfunction, one with left-hemisphere dysfunction and one with right-
hemisphere impairment. Both children had suffered these deficits since birth so ...

Learning Disabilities and Brain Function

Author: William H. Gaddes

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387940410

Page: 594

View: 333

This revised textbook, now co-authored by an eminent child neuropsychologist, combines a well-developed theoretical orientation with practical, remedial suggestions and includes helpful, pertinent case studies to effectively illustrate the neuropsychological principles. A new chapter on "Attention Deficit Disorder" has been added. As with the two previous editions, this one follows the tradition of providing a highly integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to learning disabilities in adults and children. From the reviews of the first edition: "William Gaddes has attempted and...accomplished a very difficult task - that of communicating the complex assortment of neuropsychological research and evidence on learning disorders so that professionals in various disciplines can make use of such information in their daily practice..." #Journal of Learning Disabilities#1

Accelerated Learning in Practice

Visual information is processed via the right hemisphere whilst linguistic
information is predominantly via the left hemisphere . Concrete words may be
better remembered because they are recalled by left and right hemispheres . Left
for the ...

Accelerated Learning in Practice

Author: Alistair Smith

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781855390683

Page: 256

View: 828

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Right Brain Learning In 30 Days

left brain (associated with rote learning and analysis) and revving up the right
brain (associated with intuition, visualization, and spontaneity) students can get
to the aha! phase of learning. They can grasp skills or subjects in a new,
profound, ...

Right Brain Learning In 30 Days

Author: Keith Harary, Ph.D.

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1466876425

Page: 112

View: 595

Right-brain learning rallies the powers of your intuitive and nonverbal right brain to help you better absorb all kinds of new information in your personal and professional life. Opening up right-brain channels of learning should make you much more adept at absorbing new concepts and mastering complex skills that simply bogged you down before. Even if you're an excellent student and have enjoyed great personal and professional success, you can still benefit from Harary and Weintraub's exercises in Right Brain Learning in 30 Days as a means of enhancing the prowess of your right brain and your overall ability to learn.

Early Learning Basic Skills Grades PK 1

Use the words left and right as you give directions or explain where things are
located. The more often children hear the words, the more quickly they will learn
to understand them. A HANDY TRICK Have the children hold up their left hands,
 ...

Early Learning Basic Skills  Grades PK   1

Author: Sherrill B. Flora

Publisher: Key Education Publishing

ISBN: 160268894X

Page: 160

View: 805

Encourage a love of learning in students in grades PK–1 with Early Learning Basic Skills! This 160-page book includes more than 150 reproducible activities that cover topics such as beginning the school year, pencil and scissors skills, colors and shapes, basic concepts, the alphabet, and numbers 0–30. It also includes sight-word and number flash cards, a color mini-book, and an alphabet mini-book. The activities are great for instructional settings, independent free time, and take-home projects that parents and children can complete together. The book supports NCTE, NCTM, and NAEYC standards.

Subspace Learning of Neural Networks

1.3 Principal component direction and minor component direction in a two-
dimensional data set. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.4 Relationship between SDT
algorithm and DDT algorithm. . . 1.5 The original picture of Lenna (left), and the
picture ...

Subspace Learning of Neural Networks

Author: Jian Cheng Lv

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1439815364

Page: 248

View: 146

Using real-life examples to illustrate the performance of learning algorithms and instructing readers how to apply them to practical applications, this work offers a comprehensive treatment of subspace learning algorithms for neural networks. The authors summarize a decade of high quality research offering a host of practical applications. They demonstrate ways to extend the use of algorithms to fields such as encryption communication, data mining, computer vision, and signal and image processing to name just a few. The brilliance of the work lies with how it coherently builds a theoretical understanding of the convergence behavior of subspace learning algorithms through a summary of chaotic behaviors.

Learning C

new new [] address of dereference create object create array 5 delete delete []
destroy object destroy array right to left 6 .* ->* member dereference indirect
member dereference Left to right 7 * / % Multiply divide modulus Left to right 8 + -
Add ...

Learning C

Author: Harry. H. Chaudhary.

Publisher: Createspace LLC USA

ISBN: 1500329819

Page: 260

View: 801

This C++ Programming book gives a good start and complete introduction for C++ Programming for Beginner’s. It has been comprehensively updated for the long-awaited C++Beginner’s from the Best selling Programming Author Harry H Chaudhary. The primary aim of this book is to help the reader understand how the facilities offered by C++ support key programming techniques. The aim is to take the reader far beyond the point where he or she gets code running primarily by copying examples and emulating programming styles from other languages. Anyone can learn C++ Programming through This Book I promise. Most Imp. Feature of this book is-- 1) Learn C++ without fear, 2) This book is for everyone, 3) 160 End of book examples, 4) 200 Practical Codes, 5) At last it goes to Expert level topics such as: *Software Design & Development Using C++*, 6) 101 Rules, for Software Design & Development using C++ @ the end of this book. 7) Very Easy Definitions for each topic with code examples and output. While reading this book it is fun and easy to read it. This book is best suitable for first time C++ readers, Covers all fast track topics of C++ for all Computer Science students and Professionals. This book introduces standard C++ and the key programming and design techniques supported by C++. Standard C++ is a far more powerful and polished language than the version of C++ introduced by the first edition of this book. This book presents every major C++ language feature and the standard library. It is organized around language and library facilities. However, features are presented in the context of their use. That is, the focus is on the language as the tool for design and programming rather than on the language in itself. This book demonstrates key techniques that make C++ effective and teaches the fundamental concepts necessary for mastery. As everyone knows that Author Harry is basically known for his Easy way- Programming without fear technique. His book presents world’s easiest definitions and codes for beginners. || Inside Chapters. || 1 (Introduction To C++ Programming) 2 (Inside The C++ Language) 3 (Pointers & References) 4 (Understanding Functions) 5 (Structure-Unions-Enumerated Data Types) 6 (Object Oriented Programming Concept) 7 (C++ Classes and Objects) 8 (Constructors and Destructors) 9 (Operator Overloading) 10 (Console Input / Output Streams) 11 (Inheritance Concept in C++) 12 (Virtual Functions-Polymorphism Concept) 13 (Templates Concept In C++) 14 (Exception Handling In C++) 15 (New Features of ANSI C++ Standard) 16 (Working With Files) 17 (String Classes’) 18 (Your Brain On C++ ( 160 Multiple Choice Questions)) 19 (Your Brain On C++ (100 Practical Programming Questions)) 20 (Software Design & Development Using C++)

Attention Behavior and Learning Problems in Children

Summary of Specific Functions , Syndromes , and Anatomic Structures Functions
Syndromes Anatomic Structures Reception of spoken words Receptive
dysphasia Left Heschl's gyrus : middle part of the superior temporal gyrus Inner
speech ...

Attention  Behavior  and Learning Problems in Children

Author: Warren A. Weinberg

Publisher: PMPH-USA

ISBN: 9781550091618

Page: 120

View: 323

Attention, Behavior, and Learning Problems in Children This handbook is written for physicians caring for children and adolescents as well as for parents and educators. The goal is to demonstrate to readers how easy it is to recognize and successfully manage common learning disabilities and the two prominent behavioral causes of ......

Accelerated Learning

For example, problem solving taps into both sides: The left side analyzes the
problem, while the right develops alternative ... “A major task of accelerated
learning,” Clement adds, “is to orchestrate learning so that the right brain is
appropriately ...

Accelerated Learning

Author:

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN: 1562861832

Page: 16

View: 744

The challenge to do more with less and in less time is the mantra of every organization. Accelerated learning is the training professionals answer to this business reality. This Infoline offers you a short course in the principles, process, and techniques of accelerated learning. You will learn how to use whole brain techniques that allow learners to acquire information and skills more efficiently and to retrieve, recall, or respond with confidence. These techniques include the use of music, peer teaching, collaboration, and mind mapping to improve the learning environment and get results.

Learning C Programming

Left to right. [ ] Array element reference -> Structure operator (used between
pointer and member) . Structure operator (used between object and member) 2 -
Unary minus Right to left. + Unary plus ++ Increment -- Decrement ! Logical not ...

Learning C Programming

Author: Harry. H. Chaudhary

Publisher: Createspace LLC USA

ISBN: 1500484849

Page: 400

View: 683

Essential C Programming Skills-Made Easy–Without Fear! Write powerful C programs…without becoming a technical expert! This book is the fastest way to get comfortable with C, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. You’ll learn all the basics: how to organize programs, store and display data, work with variables, operators, I/O, pointers, arrays, functions, and much more. C programming has neverbeen this simple! This C Programming book gives a good start and complete introduction for C Programming for Beginner’s. Learn the all basics and advanced features of C programming in no time from Bestselling Programming Author Harry. H. Chaudhary. This Book, starts with the basics; I promise this book will make you 100% expert level champion of C Programming. This book contains 1000+ Live C Program’s code examples, and 500+ Lab Exercise & 200+ Brain Wash Topic-wise Code book and 20+ Live software Development Project’s. All what you need ! Isn’t it ? Write powerful C programs…without becoming a technical expert! This book is the fastest way to get comfortable with C, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. You’ll learn all the basics: how to organize programs, store and display data, work with variables, operators, I/O, pointers, arrays, functions, and much more. (See Below List)C programming has never been this simple! Who knew how simple C programming could be? This is today’s best beginner’s guide to writing C programs–and to learning skills you can use with practically any language. Its simple, practical instructions will help you start creating useful, reliable C code. This book covers common core syllabus for BCA, MCA, B.TECH, BS (CS), MS (CS), BSC-IT (CS), MSC-IT (CS), and Computer Science Professionals as well as for Hackers. This Book is very serious C Programming stuff: A complete introduction to C Language. You'll learn everything from the fundamentals to advanced topics. If you've read this book, you know what to expect a visually rich format designed for the way your brain works. If you haven't, you're in for a treat. You'll see why people say it's unlike any other C book you've ever read. Learning a new language is no easy. You might think the problem is your brain. It seems to have a mind of its own, a mind that doesn't always want to take in the dry, technical stuff you're forced to study. The fact is your brain craves novelty. It's constantly searching, scanning, waiting for something unusual to happen. After all, that's the way it was built to help you stay alive. It takes all the routine, ordinary, dull stuff and filters it to the background so it won't interfere with your brain's real work--recording things that matter. How does your brain know what matters? (A) 1000+ Live C Program’s code examples, (B) 500+ Lab Exercises, (C) 200+ Brain Wash Topic-wise Code (D) 20+ Live software Development Project’s. (E) Learn Complete C- without fear, . || Inside Chapters. || 1. Preface – Page-6, || Introduction to C. 2. Elements of C Programming Language. 3. Control statements (conditions). 4. Control statements (Looping). 5. One dimensional Array. 6. Multi-Dimensional Array. 7. String (Character Array). 8. Your Brain on Functions. 9. Your Brain on Pointers. 10. Structure, Union, Enum, Bit Fields, Typedef. 11. Console Input and Output. 12. File Handling In C. 13. Miscellaneous Topics. 14. Storage Class. 15. Algorithms. 16. Unsolved Practical Problems. 17. PART-II-120+ Practical Code Chapter-Wise. 18. Creating & Inserting own functions in Liberary. 19. Graphics Programming In C. 20. Operating System Development –Intro. 21. C Programming Guidelines. 22. Common C Programming Errors. 23. Live Software Development Using C.

Learning PHP MySQL

The Association column lists operators that are right-to-left instead of left-to-right.
We'll discuss associativity next. Table 4-2. List of PHP operators Operator
Description Operands Association Level NEW Create new object Constructor call
Right ...

Learning PHP   MySQL

Author: Michele Davis

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 0596514018

Page: 411

View: 780

Explains how to build interactive Web sites with the PHP scripting language and the MySQL database.

Learning PHP and MySQL

List of PHP operators The Association column lists operators that are right to left
instead of left to right. We'll discuss associativity next. Operator Description
Operands Association Level NEW Create new object Constructor call Right to left
1 .

Learning PHP and MySQL

Author: Michele E. Davis

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 0596101104

Page: 359

View: 861

Explains how to build interactive Web sites with the PHP scripting language and the MySQL database.

Developmental Disorders of Language Learning and Cognition

... 312–13,328 development in SLI 141–5 development typical 135–41, 288
language impairment see Specific Language Impairment learning difficulties 2–3,
12, 22, 25, 295, 298, 317,335 disabilities (LD) 182,264 disorders 2, 247 left
angular ...

Developmental Disorders of Language Learning and Cognition

Author: Charles Hulme

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118697308

Page: 448

View: 525

This important new text is a comprehensive survey of currentthinking and research on a wide range of developmental disorders. Highlights key research on normal and typical development Includes clinical case studies and diagrams to illustrate keyconcepts A reader-friendly writing style

The Learning Society in a Postmodern World

Philosophy and Achieving the Left In AC Rorty ( 1998 : 52 ) militates politically for
a broad left alliance among the old Marxist revolutionary left , erstwhile socialists
and anticommunists , and Deweyan reformists , which would make it its ...

The Learning Society in a Postmodern World

Author: Kenneth Wain

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 9780820468365

Page: 362

View: 750

Lifelong learning has become a key concern as the focus of educational policy has shifted from mass schooling toward the learning society. The shift started in the mid 1960s and early 1970s under the impetus of a group of writers and adult educators, gravitating around UNESCO, with a humanist philosophy and a leftist agenda. The vocabulary of that movement was appropriated in the 1990s by other interests with a very different performativist agenda emphasizing effectiveness and economic outcomes. This change of interest, described in the book, has signified the death of education. The Learning Society in a Postmodern World explores different theoretical resources to respond to this situation, mainly those that propose some restoration of an educated public or, to the contrary, individual self-creation, and uses the works of a broad range of philosophers and thinkers - notably MacIntyre, Habermas, Foucault, Derrida, Rorty, and Baudrillard. In addition, it raises important questions about postmodern and poststructuralist responses to education in the postmodern world. Its comprehensiveness and historical background make it an essential textbook for theoretical courses in lifelong learning and in educational theory in general. A broad range of interests and subject matter make it important reading for educators, policy specialists, media specialists, researchers on the subject of lifelong learning and on the relation between education and the postmodern world, political theorists, philosophers, and philosophers of education.