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tandfonline.com – Constitutionalism and antiquity transformation** Invited contribution for symposium on Benjamin Straumann, Crisis and constitutionalism: Roman political thought from the fall of the Republic to the age of revolution, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2016, for publication in the Journal of Global Intellectual History, coedited by Rosario Lopez.View all notes

tandfonline.com har udgivet en rapport under søgningen “Teacher Education Mathematics”: ABSTRACT ABSTRACT Straumann presents a grand narrative: Roman constitutionalism in the West from the age of Cicero to the American Founding Fathers. His project is forensic, mounting a case framed in terms of a dichotomy between the Greek ethical and political tradition of Plato and Aristotle which emphasizes civic virtue (Pocock’s classical republicanism), and the Roman-law based constitutionalism of Cicero (Skinner’s version). But this is too easy. Cicero was heavily influenced by Aristotle; and the very survival of Western civilization depended on translation movements, Greek into Arabic and Arabic into Latin, under the Abbasid and Cordoba Caliphates, which preserved the classical Greek texts on which it rests, and recirculated them back to Europe. This had important implications for Islamic jurisprudence,… Continue Reading

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tandfonline.com – Trends in teacher education: a review of papers published in the European journal of teacher education over 40 years

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tandfonline.com – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Special Issue on Innovation and Diversity in Engineering Education/Revue canadienne de l’enseignement des sciences, des mathématiques et des technologies Numéro spécial sur l’innovation et la diversité en enseignement de l’ingénierie

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tandfonline.com – The teaching of modern languages in France and francophone Switzerland (1740–1940): a historiographical overview** Translated from French for The Language Learning Journal by Elspeth Broady.View all notes

tandfonline.com har udgivet en rapport under søgningen “Teacher Education Mathematics”: ABSTRACT ABSTRACT This paper has two aims: firstly, it sketches the history of language teaching in France and francophone Switzerland over a period of 200 years, with a particular focus on the teaching of German. Secondly, it seeks to shed light on some of the francophone historiographical approaches which have influenced recent research in this area. Historical sociolinguistic studies have highlighted the multilingual nature of the Ancien Régime. Mainstream conclusions from the history of language teaching methodology have been complemented by contributions from sociolinguistics which shed light on the developing status of teachers, their working conditions, their role in educational institutions and their professionalisation during the nineteenth century. From the beginning of the twentieth century, despite the dominance of monolingual… Continue Reading

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tandfonline.com – The teaching and learning of foreign languages in Spain from the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries: influences and inter-relationships** Translated from French for The Language Learning Journal by Elspeth Broady.View all notes

tandfonline.com har udgivet en rapport under søgningen “Teacher Education Mathematics”: ABSTRACT ABSTRACT This study of the learning of foreign languages in Spain between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries sets out to demonstrate the importance of situating research on any given era in a pan-European plurilingual context. A brief historigraphical overview is followed by a discussion of language teaching materials and methods from a sociocultural perspective, highlighting the network of exchanges, adaptations and influences between Spain and the rest of Europe. Link til kilde

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tandfonline.com – A history and historiography of foreign languages teaching and learning in Portugal** Translated from French for The Language Learning Journal by Elspeth Broady.View all notes

tandfonline.com har udgivet en rapport under søgningen “Teacher Education Mathematics”: ABSTRACT ABSTRACT This ‘state of the art’ review on the history of language teaching in Portugal provides an opportunity for a historiographical analysis, highlighting the relationships between languages, the links between languages and educational policy and implementation, and the cultural implications resulting from this. Researching language teaching and learning inevitably involves exploring a particular world view from a historiographical and ideological point of view. From this perspective, we focus in this article on the notion of ‘disciplinarisation’ in order to develop a picture of foreign language teaching/learning in Portugal during the nineteenth century, the period that has been most studied by the Portuguese Association for the Teaching of the History of Foreign Languages and Literatures (APHELLE). This period saw the… Continue Reading