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Patricia Carini's educational work: Her relationship with the North Dakota Study Group

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The topic of this research is Patricia Carini’s educational work.
In the U.S., progressive education revived in the 1960s. Progressive educators in this era were trying to support every child’s learning, therefore they were working in the framework of public education. Progressive educators were building a network of progressive education, and the North Dakota Study Group (NDSG), founded in 1972, served as the core.
Carini has been one of the most influential progressive educators since the 1960s. The goal of this research is to (1) grasp Carini’s educational work and (2) grasp Carini’s relationship with the NDSG. In so doing, this research will present persuasive educational concepts that are helpful when envisioning education that is supportive to every child’s learning. This research is based on the careful reading of (a) Carini’s writings, stored mainly in the University of Vermont and (b) the documents regarding the NDSG, stored mainly in the University of North Dakota.
Carini developed a new way of seeing each child’s inherent style of learning and developing. This new way, Descriptive Review, was persuasive because it had both theory and practice, observations in schools of children and children’s works, as its base. Carini was supporting public school teachers, trying to resist the pressure from the U.S. society to test and categorize children. Carini was one of the first educators to join the NDSG where evaluation was an important theme. Carini held workshops during its annual meetings. Carini is still supporting public school teachers for the sake of all the children.

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Kittaka, Yoshie. "Patricia Carini's educational work: Her relationship with the North Dakota Study Group" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 01, 2011 <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p486284_index.html>

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Kittaka, Y. , 2011-05-01 "Patricia Carini's educational work: Her relationship with the North Dakota Study Group" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p486284_index.html

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Abstract: The topic of this research is Patricia Carini’s educational work.
In the U.S., progressive education revived in the 1960s. Progressive educators in this era were trying to support every child’s learning, therefore they were working in the framework of public education. Progressive educators were building a network of progressive education, and the North Dakota Study Group (NDSG), founded in 1972, served as the core.
Carini has been one of the most influential progressive educators since the 1960s. The goal of this research is to (1) grasp Carini’s educational work and (2) grasp Carini’s relationship with the NDSG. In so doing, this research will present persuasive educational concepts that are helpful when envisioning education that is supportive to every child’s learning. This research is based on the careful reading of (a) Carini’s writings, stored mainly in the University of Vermont and (b) the documents regarding the NDSG, stored mainly in the University of North Dakota.
Carini developed a new way of seeing each child’s inherent style of learning and developing. This new way, Descriptive Review, was persuasive because it had both theory and practice, observations in schools of children and children’s works, as its base. Carini was supporting public school teachers, trying to resist the pressure from the U.S. society to test and categorize children. Carini was one of the first educators to join the NDSG where evaluation was an important theme. Carini held workshops during its annual meetings. Carini is still supporting public school teachers for the sake of all the children.


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