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AMAE EDUCANDO   (Belo Horizonte)
AMERICAN ANNALS OF THE DEAF   (Washington, DC)
AMERICAN SCHOOL BOARD JOURNAL   (Milwaukee, Wiscosin)
ANTONIANUM   (Roma)
ARQUIVOS BRASILEIROS DE PSICOLOGIA   (Rio de Janeiro)
AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION   (Sidney, Aust.)
BOLETIM TÉCNICO DO SENAC   (Rio de Janeiro)
BRITISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY   (Londres)


 

 

AMAE EDUCANDO
Ano 35    Nº 312    Novembro 2002

NESTA EDIÇÃO

Música 
Sons que não desafinam e que não podem faltar à escola
6
Comemorações 
Músicas de todos os tempos enchem a escola de diferentes sons
14
Arte 
Nenhuma escola pode furtar-se a abrir as suas portas para a Arte, sob o risco de tornar-se triste
18
Avaliação 
Conheça as três matrizes que orientam a ação educativa e se estendem às práticas avaliativas
20
Entrevista 
A luta pela Educação Infantil vale a pena. Saiba por que com Rita de Cássia Freitas Coelho
27
Especial 
“Receita” de como conseguir uma bem-sucedida escola rural
30
Comemorações 
Poema para homenagear a bandeira nacional no seu dia
38
Comemorações 
Projeto Jogo Duro resgata a importância da cultura negra
39
Temas Transversais/Orientação Sexual 
Questões sexuais – assunto para ser discutido na escola
42
Matemática 
Numa loja de sucatas, os alunos aprendem conceitos matemáticos
44
SEÇÕES
 
Boletim 
3
Ambiente livro 
13
Em foco 
46
ENCARTE
 
Conte um conto
O dia em que o louro falou
 



American Annals of the Deaf
Volume 147, Nº 2, 2002

Table of Contents

83 
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR DEAF STUDENTS
84 
Selected Topics of Interest, 2002
84 
The Law of Unexpected Consequences
88 
Schools and Programs in the United States
89 
Directory Listing
133 
Programs and Services Chart
162 
Schools and Programs in Canada
163 
Directory Listing
166 
Programs and Services Chart
168
Postsecondary Programs 
177
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PROGRAMS FOR PERSONNEL IN DEAFNESS
178
Programs for Training Teachers
185
Programs for Professional Specialists
187
Programs for Training Interpreters
193
PROGRAMS FOR DEAF-BLIND CHILDREN AND ADULTS
194
Programs for Deaf-Blind Children and Youth
200
Helen Keller Centers for Deaf-Blind Youth and Adults
201
Programs for Training Teachers of Deaf-Blind Students
203
SUPPORTIVE AND REHABILITATIVE PROGRAMS
204
Federal Programs
206
State Vocational Rehabilitation Offices
210
Regional and Local Programs
224
National Professional Organizations and Centers
227
National Association of the Deaf
228
CEASD Professional Committee
229
CAID Professional Commitee Members
230
RESEARCH ON DEAFNESS
231
Doctoral Dissertations

 
 

American School Board Journal
Volume 189, No. 11, November 2002

FEATURES  
Charters, 10 Years In 
Have charter schools delivered on their promise of reform

through deregulation? A decade later, there are no easy answers.

By Donna Harmigton-Lueker
20
The Other Side of the Report Card 
Student success depends on more than test scores.

By Maurice J. Elias, Margaret C. Wang, Roger R. Weisberg,

Joseph E. Zins, and Herbert J. Walberg
28
Same-Sex Schools 
Do boys and girls learn better separately? Proposed changes in federal

legislation are rekiding interest in single-gender education.

By Kathleen Vail
32
School Purchasing
The Good Buy 
In school purchasing as in life, ethical principles apply.

By John Newsom
36
The Big Buy 
The pros and cons of group purchasing.

By Robbin M. Rittner-Heir
40
A Different Road 
Looking for teachers? Consider those who have followed a nontraditional route to certification.

By Vicky S. Dill and Delia Stafford-Johnson
44
Building a Data Warehouse 
How you collect, manage, and report data can be the differences between success and failure.

By Elliott Levine
48
DEPARTMENTS
Your Turn 
You Say: “No Child Left Behind” is good-in theory.  We Ask: Should we keep bilingual education?

Plus: Your letters on vouchers, laptops, and finance.
6
Up Front 
News Analysis: Opponents take bilingual education to the polls.

Plus: Virtual housecleaning at ED, pulling the plug on Channel One,

in Reading Wars ver up agains, and more.
10
Research 
A Lens on Learning:

Early vision screening can set children on the path to achievement..

By Susan Black
52
Curriculum 
People’s Court:

How a student-built Web site brought the community and the courts together

By Robert C. Starr
56
Health 
A Fresh Approach to Sex Education:

School boards learning there’s more consensus in their communities than they thought.

By Tina  Hoff
60
Administration 
The School Leader Search:

Finding, hiring and keeping good principals is more important than ever.

By Linda Marrs Marford
62
School Law 
Rethinking Privacy:

A high court ruling raises some important questions about students’ and parents’ rights.

By Benjamim Dowling-Sendor
64
Reviews 
The Conundrum of Choice:

Will private school choice make a difference?

By Lawrence Hardy
68
Adviser 
What would you do if...board members asked for their own offices?
72

 



ANTONIANUM
Fasc. 3   2002
Index

ARTICULI
Curzio Cavicchioli, Introduzione: la teologia e il problema di Nietzche 
417
Elmar Klinger, Nietsche – Una lettura controcorrente: un discorso teologico 
425
Giovanni Motta, Nietzsche e il pensiero del XX secolo 
441
Giorgio Penzo, Nichilismo positivo e il divino 
463
Pacifico Sella OFM, Aspetti storici della missione di Giovanni da
 Montecorvino nel Cathay
575
Arturo Cattaneo, La priorità della Chiesa universale sulla Chiesa particolare. 
503
Sean Kinsella, Athanasius’ life of Anthony as monastic paradigm for the First
 Life of St. Francis by Thomas of Celano: a preliminary outline 
542
Giuseppe Buffon OFM, I francescane si confrontano com la propria storia:
 ricerca storica e transformazione istituzionale 
557
NOTAS
Ciro Tamaro, Il Prelato come Ordinario della Prelatura personale
575
Patrick Nold, A forgoten coppy of a decretal harmony
585
RECENSIONES
Richard E. Roberts, Religion, Theology and the Human Sciences (Oviedo) 591; R. Stark,
One True God (Oviedo) 593; Ch. C. Knight, Wrestling with the Divine (Oviedo) 595;

Th. Kelly, Theology and the Void (Oviedo) 598; Zenon Card. Grocholewski, La filosofia

del derecho en las enseñanzas de Juan Pablo II (Schoeck) 600; L. Corrieri; L. Stefanini:

un pensiero attuale (Oppes) 605; Anima e corpo nella cultura medievale (Faes de Mottoni)

608; P. Ferrara, Non solo di euro (Paternò) 610.
Opera recepta 
613

 

 

Arquivos Brasileiros de Psicologia
Vol. 54 – Nº 1 - 2002
SUMÁRIO

Aspectos do Relacionamento Amoroso Presentes em Letras de Músicas Dirigidas à Camada
Popular Urbana

Aspects of Loving Relationship Present in Lyrics Directed to Urban Lower Class

- Paulo Rogério Meira Menandro, Janaina Ferreira Pereira, Isabella Dias Amim e

Sabrine Mantuan dos Santos 
3
Homossexualidade e Preconceito: Aspectos da Subcultura Homossexual no Rio de Janeiro
Homossexuality and Prejudice: Aspects of the Homossexual Subculture in Rio de Janeiro

- Adriana Nunan e Bernardo Jablonski 
21
Ressonância e Agrupamentos no Espaço da Supervisão
Resonance and Grouping in the Setting of Supervision

- Soraia Dojas M. S. Carellos e Virgínia Kastrup 
33
Alterações Cognitivas Associadas à Depressão – o Papel da Neuropsicologia
Cognitive Impairment Associated to Depression – Neuropsychology Point of View

- Patrícia Porto, Paula Ventura e Marcia Hermolin 
53
A Invisibilidade da Menopausa e o Perfil das Queixas de Mulheres Inscritas na 
Clínica-Escola do Instituto de Psicologia da USP

Menopause Invisibility and Woman Enrolled at São Paulo University

Psychological Center Complaints’ General Aspect

- Carmen Lúcia Souza e Edwiges Ferreira de Mattos Silvares 
63
A Identidade Masculina e o Movimento da Emancipação da Mulher
The Masculine Identity and the Movement of the Women’s Emancipation

- Nemésio Dario 
79
Experiência Religiosa e Angústia: um Ensaio Acerca da Constituição de Sentido
Religious Experience and Anxiety: na Essay About the Constitution of Meaning

- Joelson Tavares Rodrigues, Leonardo Pinto de Almeida e Roberto Novaes de Sá 
93
Ambigüidade e Ambivalência na Criação de Machado de Assis
Ambiguity and Ambivalence in the Creation of Machado de Assis

- Tatiana Souza do Rego e Maria Luiza Assumpção Seminerio 
105
Machado de Assis e Escola de Frankfurt: um Diálogo de Fragmentos
Machado de Assis and The Frankfurt School: a Fragments’ Dialogue

- Daniela Borges Lima de Souza e Maria Luiza Assumpção Seminerio 
113



Australian Journal of Education
Volume 46    Number 2    August 2002

Special Issue: Inequality and public policy

Introduction by the Guest Editors
Richard Teese and Stephen Lamb
105
Articles
Restructuring educational opportunity in England
Tony Edwards
109
French schools are changing: But post-school transition is becoming 
more and more difficult

Gabriel Langouët 
121
Educational inequalities in the United Kingdom: A critical analysis of the
discourses and policies of New Labour

Carole Leathwood and Annette Hayton 
138
Classroom and school factors affecting mathematics achievement: A comparative
study of Australia and the United States using TIMSS

Stephen Lamb and Sue Fullarton 
154
Why state policies matter: The influence of curriculum policy on participation in
post-compulsory education and training

Margaret Vickers and Stephen Lamb 
172
Increasing equity through qualifications: The case of the Victorian Qualifications Authority
Helen Praetz 
189
Schools for young adults: Senior colleges in Australia
John Polesel 
205




 

Boletim Técnico do Senac
V. 28, Nº 2, maio/ago. 2002

SUMÁRIO

2
Conhecimento e Competências no Trabalho e na Escola
 Acacia Zeneida Kuenzer
12
Zonas de Inovação e Contextos Formativos para Competências Crítico-Reflexivas
 Vitangelo Plantamura
22
Dinâmicas de Complexificação e Simplificação do Trabalho em Meio ao
 Processo de Reestruturação Produtiva no Brasil: Possíveis Impactos na Formação/

 Educação Profissional

 Donaldo Bello de Souza
34
Lei de Inovação Tecnológica: Críticas e Contribuições
 Carlos Cortez Romero
44
Educação a Distância: Regulamentação e Realização
 Francisco José da Silveira Lobo Neto
56
Contribuições para Inserção da Orientação Profissional e Educacional
 nos Currículos Escolares

 Leonel Tractenberg
63
Publicações
64
Senac Notícias 

 


 

British Journal of Educational Technology
Volume 33    Number 4    September 2002

Editorial
Quatts, virtual currency for gaming and bartering education on the Web 
Gary Boyd
361
Articles
Robert M. Gagné 
John V. Dempsey
365
Evaluating online CPD using educational criteria derived from the
experiential learning cycle 

Andrew Friedman, David Watts, Judith Croston and Catherine Durkin
367
Mirror, mirror, on my screen... Exploring online reflections 
Gilly Salmon
379
ICT and resource-based learning: implications for the future 
Sarah McNicol, Clare Nankivell and Tilusha Ghelani
393
The ambiguous embrace: twenty years of IT (ICT) in UK primary schools 
John Robertson
403
A theoretical framework for the study of ICT in schools:  a proposal 
Cher Ping Lim
411
E-Learning in Hong Kong: comparing learning outcomes in online multimedia
and lecture versions of an introductory computing course 

Synnöve Kekkonen-Monetra and Giovanni B. Moneta
423
Literature review for hypermedia study from an individual learning
differences perspective 

Chiann-Ru Song
435
A cognitive model for non-linear learning in hypermedia programmes 
Sherry Chen
449
Challenges for design of computer-based learning environments 
Päivi Häkkinen
461
Science learning in virtual environments: a descriptive study 
Jorge Trindade, Carlos Fiolhais and Leandro Almeida
471
Colloquia
Designing a networked-sharing construction environment 
Sunny Lin, Chuen-Tsai Sun and Gloria Kao
489
A design framework for online learning environments 
Sanjaya Mishra
493
Reviews 
497

Volume 33    Number 5    November 2002

Editorial
Articles
Supporting student learning: the use of computer-based formative assessment modules 
Mary Peat and Sue Franklin
515
Formative Automated Computer Testing (FACT) 
Nicoll Hunt, Janet Hughes and Glenn Rowe
525
Remote eletronic examinations: student experiences 
Peter Thomas, Blaine Price, Carina Paine and Mike Richards
537
SPARK, a confidential web-based template for self and peer assessment of
student teamwork: benefits of evaluating across different subjects 

Mark Freeman and Joe Luca
551
Use of eletronic surveys in course evaluation 
Jaclyn Moss and Graham Hendry
583
Paper-based versus computer-based assessment: key factors associated
with the test mode effect 

Roy Clariana and Patricia Wallace
593
Assessing activity-based learning for a networked course 
Janet Mcdonald and Peter Twining
603
Colloquia
Computerised adaptative testing 
Elisapesi Latu and Elaine Chapman
619
Online assessment: friend, foe or fix?
Maria Northcote
623
Reviews 
627