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Código:HR 056 Nº 51 ACLS [Colección Mac Cormack]
Ubicación:Planta baja estanteria cerrada
Autor Personal:American Council of Learned Societies
TítuloEast european constitutionalism teacher-training project : final report: assumptions and lessons learned
Ciudad: New York
Editorial: American Council of Learned Societies
Año: 2002
Descripción:vi, 120 páginas; 21 cm.
ISSN:1041536X
Serie:(ACLS Occasional paper : 51)
Notas:F.I. 05/05/2015
Palabras Claves:PUBLICACIONES SERIADAS GENERALES ;
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Términos Locales:Publicaciones seriadas generales;
Idioma: Inglés;
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Código:HR 056 Nº 51 ACLS [Colección Mac Cormack]
100:American Council of Learned Societies
245East european constitutionalism teacher-training project : final report: assumptions and lessons learned
260:New York: American Council of Learned Societies: 2002:
440:(ACLS Occasional paper : 51)
300:vi, 120 páginas; 21 cm.
022:1041536X
500:F.I. 05/05/2015
650:PUBLICACIONES SERIADAS GENERALES ;
653Publicaciones seriadas generales; Idioma: Inglés

American Council of Learned Societies. East european constitutionalism teacher-training project : final report: assumptions and lessons learned. -- . --New York: American Council of Learned Societies: 2002.
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Contents Acknowledgements I. Why This Occasional Paper? II. Background and Setting Constitutionalism Projects at ACLS by Stanley N. Kats Chronology III. What We Did Societies in Transition by Sharon Wolchik The Situation in the Schools Descriptions of the Five Centers and ACLS Program Activity The Annual Regional Meeting in Bratislava, 1996 Three Workshops in Active Learning and Assessment Summary of Activity IV. What We Learned: Six Essays - Teacher-Training in Constitutionalism in Difficult Political Conditions and Regional Cooperation by Sarlota Pufflerová, Bratislava - Lessons Learned: The Hungarian Experience by János Setényi, Budapest - Lessons Learned: The Lublin School of Constitutionalism-A Cooperation Between Two Universities by Krzusztof Motyka, Lublin - Some Reflections on Democracy and the ACLS Constitutionalism Project by Vladimíra Duoráková, Prague - Education for Civil Society: A Polish Perspective by Tomasz Merta, Alicja Pacewicz, and Jacek Strzemieczny, Warsaw - What We Learned by Andrzej W. Tymowski, New Yor Appendices 1. Focus Group Research on Constitutionalism: Summary Report by Robert M. Jenkins 2. Publications Produced by the ACLS Projects on Constitutionalism 3. Contact Information 4. Standards for the “Matura” Examination by the Center for Citizenship Education, Warsaw 5a. The Belfast Project by Tomas Piotr Panck, Lublin 5b. Poles and Jews in Lublin: Together Yet Separate by Lucyna Kujawa, Lublin 6a. Castaways´Island, or How to Solve the Problem of Freedom and Order in a State by the Center for Citizenship Education, Warsaw 6b. RU-FA-RU-FA by the Foundation Citizen and Democracy, Bratislava 7. Now What? Assessing Student Work When Learning is Interesting and Fun by Maureen Grolnick 8. Remarks on the Role of the Teacher by Jan Sokol

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