Summarize what Sir Ken Robinson says is limiting public education in the US. Then, review Learning Resource 5 and review what the top educational systems in the world are doing. What practices could the United States adopt in order to improve its standing in the world?
Note: As an alternative route to access the articles: you can also see the learning resource week 4 mentioned above directly in the week 4 content>learning resources, item no. 4: Sir Ken Robinson TED interview 2018, and Learning Resource 5 also under the week 4 learning resources, item 3. Finland’s Revolutionary Educational System.
2. Scholarly articles can be challenging to read. They contain high level language and scientific terminology. They include sections on statistics and include complicated graphs and tables that may not make any sense to you. To get some practice in wading through a scholarly article, select Learning Resource 6 or Learning Resource 7 and provide a response to the following items:
Note: you can also access the abovementioned articles directly under Content week 4>Learning Resources>items 6 and 7(Integrating Father Involvement by Pleck & Exposure to Marital Conflict by Hosokawa & Katsura)
a) Which article did you select?
b) Provide a brief summary of what the article is about and include the main finding(s) of the article. Your summary should not be more than 1-3 paragraphs in length. The goal is to see whether you understood the gist of the article. I’m not concerned that your summary is detailed. I just want to see if you understood the main takeaways. (And, it’s okay if you didn’t, but give it your best shot!)
c) Identify anything that you found confusing or difficult to understand.
d) Read the comments of your classmates during the week to see if you can help them to answer any questions or points of confusion.
For this discussion, you do not need to include in-text citations since it is already clear what references you will be using.
Read: Parenting: The Middle-Childhood Years
Read chapter 8 in Parenting: A Dynamic Perspective to learn about parenting in the middle-childhood years (ages 5– or 6–12). Common behaviors in children this age are discussed, as are siblings, peers, and marital conflict and their influence on this age group.
Watch: A Teacher’s Guide to Fixing No Child Left Behind
Watch the video clip for a summary of “No Child Left Behind” (NCLB) from the Department of Education. The video identifies areas in which NCLB fell short and how the current administration hopes to fix them.
Watch: Finland’s Revolutionary Education System
This clip is from an MSNBC talk show and is blatant in its liberal bent; however, it does briefly summarize some of the key points regarding Finland’s success in improving its education system and educating its children.
Watch: Sir Ken Robinson TED interview 2018 on Education Revolution
This interview with Dr. Ken Robinson on the TED forum provides an insight into the famous scholar’s revolutionary ideas on what makes an education work for the child.
Read: Top Performing Educational Systems in the World (2020)
Read: Pleck (2012). Integrating father involvement in parenting research.
Read: Hosokawa and Katsura (2019). Exposure to marital conflict: Gender differences in internalizing and externalizing problems among children
Read: Beyond the Tiger Mom: Asian American Parenting and Parent-Child Relationships by M. Shin and Y. Wong
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