Tag: Education

Cyber Wargaming Research and Education for Security in a Dangerous Digital World [Audiobook]


Free Download Frank L. Smith III – Editor, Nina A. Kollars – Editor, Benjamin H. Schechter – Editor, Kyle Tait (Narrator), "Cyber Wargaming: Research and Education for Security in a Dangerous Digital World"
English | ASIN: B0CT9G3NYQ | 2024 | MP3@64 kbps | ~09:09:00 | 252 MB
Government, industry, and academia need better tools to explore threats, opportunities, and human interactions in cyberspace. The interactive exercises called cyber wargames are a powerful way to solve complex problems in a digital environment that involves both cooperation and conflict. Cyber Wargaming is the first book to provide both the theories and practical examples needed to successfully build, play, and learn from these interactive exercises.
The contributors to this book explain what cyber wargames are, how they work, and why they offer insights that other methods cannot match. The lessons learned are not merely artifacts of these games-they also shed light on how people interpret and interact with cyberspace in real life. This book covers topics such as cyber action during conventional war, information effects in conflict scenarios, individual versus group decision-making, the intersection of cyber conflicts and nuclear crises, business resilience, emerging technologies, and more.

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SAP ERP Education Set


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Published 2/2024
Created by Nevzat Yu┼čan
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 32 Lectures ( 2h 57m ) | Size: 1.23 GB

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Sociopolitical Agenda for TESOL Teacher Education, A


Free Download De Costa De Costa, "Sociopolitical Agenda for TESOL Teacher Education, A "
English | ISBN: 1350262846 | 2023 | 210 pages | EPUB, PDF | 1250 KB + 12 MB
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) sits at the nexus of constant change, which makes it vitally important for language teachers to engage in continuous development and keep abreast of the sociopolitical milieu in which they are embedded. However, most teacher education activities are often associated with what is perceived as best practices that are expected to be adopted (often uncritically) for classroom application and practice, with the intention of training teachers to become technicians in their respective classrooms. In reality, TESOL practitioners often find themselves in situations that require them to be reflexive practitioners and to negotiate sites of political struggles and social injustice. Given that a socially situated understanding of TESOL teacher education is often overlooked, this volume highlights the sociopolitical dimensions of TESOL teacher education. In Part 1, the authors introduce the theoretical underpinnings of the sociopolitical agenda proposed by this volume. Building on these theories, Part 2 realizes the proposed agenda by situating it within actual TESOL teacher education contexts that are characterized by power imbalances and neoliberally inflected educational injustices.

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Rehumanizing Education


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English | ISBN: 9004507582 | 2021 | 262 pages | PDF | 34 MB
Through critical, qualitative, creative, and arts-integrated approaches, this collection aims to explore the co-curricular capacity of lived experience to re/humanize education.

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Piaget’s Genetic Epistemology for Mathematics Education Research


Free Download Piaget’s Genetic Epistemology for Mathematics Education Research by Paul Christian Dawkins, Amy J. Hackenberg, Anderson Norton
English | PDF EPUB (True) | 2024 | 620 Pages | ISBN : 303147385X | 40.9 MB
The book provides an entry point for graduate students and other scholars interested in using the constructs of Piaget’s genetic epistemology in mathematics education research. Constructs comprising genetic epistemology form the basis for some of the most well-developed theoretical frameworks available for characterizing learning, particularly in mathematics.

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Home in Early Childhood Care and Education Conceptualizations and Reconfigurations


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English | PDF EPUB (True) | 2024 | 223 Pages | ISBN : 3031436946 | 9.1 MB
This edited volume investigates the effects of shifting configurations and conceptualizations of the experience and meaning of home as it is embodied in early childhood care and education (ECCE). As the globalized early learning agenda drives more children to attend ECCE institutions, these institutions increasingly employ the concept of home through their curriculum and daily operations by attempting to foster a homelike environment or by incorporating items from children’s homes into play. Chapters seek to recognize the complexity of a concept that is often taken for granted by exploring ways of being and thinking that share an interest in the notion of home. Authors offer multiple lenses and approaches to make sense of home as a conceptual space that operates in complex and often interrelated ways, including as an intellectual space, a built environment, a disciplinary technology, and a threshold.

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