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ISBN:0791419479
Author: Ann De Vaney
ISBN13: 978-0791419472
Title: Watching Channel One: The Convergence of Students, Technology, and Private Business (SUNY series, Education and Culture: Critical Factors in the Formation of Character and Community in American Life)
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Category: Schools and Teaching
Publisher: SUNY Press (July 1, 1994)
Pages: 244

Watching Channel One: The Convergence of Students, Technology, and Private Business (SUNY series, Education and Culture: Critical Factors in the Formation of Character and Community in American Life) by Ann De Vaney



Channel One, an electronic curriculum that was developed primarily to sell products in the marketplace, is cablecast daily to approximately twelve-thousand public high schools in the United States. About one quarter of our public secondary schools have been wired by Whittle Communications, a private company, for the delivery of this required news program. This translates to a captive audience for advertisements of around eight- to nine-million teens. The political, economic, social, and cognitive impact of Channel One will be vast. Channel One, an electronic curriculum that was developed primarily to sell products in the marketplace, is cablecast daily to approximately twelve-thousand public high schools in the United States.

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Channel One, an electronic curriculum that was developed primarily to sell products in the marketplace, is cablecast daily to approximately twelve-thousand public high schools in the United States. By employing various forms of discourse analyses, critical theory, rhetorical analysis, structural and post-structural readings, descriptive case studies, and traditional-effects studies, the authors provide a thorough investigation into Channel On. .

Watching Channel One Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Watching Channel One from your list? Watching Channel One. the convergence of students, technology, and private business. Published 1994 by State University of New York Press in Albany SUNY series, education and culture. Watching Channel 1. Classifications.

The book is invaluable for educators who want to use technology in the service of equity and the intelligent analysis of issues of social justice. Herbert Kohl, author of The Discipline of Hope: Learning from a Lifetime of Teaching and 36 Children. They ask hard questions of one another and technology. Their clear, personal, insightful writing underscores the slowly emerging truth that using computers in schools is far more about learning than technology. Students, by the way, are the real concern of these two teachers. They do not see them as products or consumers, but as a community of people who need to be nurtured, cared about and finally led to a deeper and wiser understanding of their place in the world. Burniske and Monke are teachers in the best tradition of that word.

Popular Culture, Educational Discourse, and Mathematics (Suny Series, Education and Culture : Critical Factors in the Formation of Characterand Comm). Popular Culture, Educational Discourse, and Mathematics (Suny Series, Education and Culture : Critical Factors in the Formation of Characterand Comm). Peter Michael Appelbaum. Скачать (pdf, . 6 Mb).

This ground-breaking book analyzes contemporary education discourse in the light of curriculum politics and popular culture, using sources ranging from academic scholarship to popular magazines, music video, film and television game shows. Mathematics is used as an "extreme case,"since it is a discipline so easily accepted as separable from politics, ethics or the social construction of knowledge  . community attentive to the politics of curriculum and popular culture.

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Over the years technology has drastically changed the way teachers are educating students in their classrooms. Teaching today is much more effective than it was ten years ago by all the technological advancements that have been incorporated into people’s daily routine. Technological advances are being developed daily and are incorporated in people’s everyday lives whether it is during class work, classroom lectures or leisure activities. More schools are becoming technology savvy in education. Online classes have been a major way for students to be able to get their education and obtain major degrees.

Technology and Education The use of technology in schools has a great effect on not only students, but teachers as well. Today, we mostly think of technology as computers, but it is much more than that. In fact, one of the first technologies used in the classroom was the chalkboard. Technology comes in many forms including the Internet. It can be used in many different ways, one being educational purposes. Throughout history, technology has had an effect on Education; examples of this are the Internet, online courses, the use of technology in class, and with these.

Channel One, an electronic curriculum that was developed primarily to sell products in the marketplace, is cablecast daily to approximately twelve-thousand public high schools in the United States. About one quarter of our public secondary schools have been wired by Whittle Communications, a private company, for the delivery of this required news program. This translates to a captive audience for advertisements of around eight- to nine-million teens.The political, economic, social, and cognitive impact of Channel One will be vast. How did school board members and administrators arrive at the decision to include Channel One in their districts? What is the form and content of news and advertising on Channel One? Do students pay attention to the news? To the ads? Do students learn from Channel One? These questions, among others, are addressed in this book. By employing various forms of discourse analyses, critical theory, rhetorical analysis, structural and post-structural readings, descriptive case studies, and traditional-effects studies, the authors provide a thorough investigation into Channel One.