(2008). Storyline - Past, Present & Future. Glasgow : University of Strathclyde.
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Keywords: contexte pĂ©dagogique, enseignement primaire, enseignement secondaire, littĂ©ratie
Publisher: University of Strathclyde (Glasgow)
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The Third International Storyline Conference that took place in Glasgow in late October 2006 inspired the contents of this book. Delegates attended from sixteen countries from across the globe, many of whom had been advocating and employing Storyline approaches for many years. Some of the papers originate from conference presentations, but others are new contributions to the growing international literature on Storyline.
Academic texts and articles on the implementation of Storyline are reasonably extensive in Scandinavia, Netherlands, Germany and USA, but the literature is less well developed in the country of origin of Storyline - Scotland and the United Kingdom.
Quite properly, all pedagogies and their application in the classroom have to be founded in sound theory if they are to be accepted and applied beyond the direct influence of those who develop them. In some previously published books there has been a reasonably extensive debate about whether Storyline is a philosophy or a pedagogical approach. This book attempts to demonstrate that Storyline is the latter and that it can be justified by reference to the work of internationally recognised educational theorists.
Storyline, therefore, is worthy of careful consideration by teacher educators and trainers; teachers in all sectors of education; head teachers; curriculum planners; administrators and policy makers.
Added by: Marie Musset Last edited by: Feyfant Annie