The Institute for Meaning-Centered Education (ICME) is an international think-tank of scholars and educators whose vision is to advance the scholarship and practice of meaning-centered education (MCE) and meaning-centered learning (MCL). This site brings together, in one location, relevant work pertaining to the field of MCE-MCL. The site offers higher education faculty, teaching-learning scholars, learning architects and theorists, course designers, and administrators access to international scholarship and practices in MCE-MCL. This site serves as a repository and gateway to current knowledge on MCE-MCL.
Fledgling Steps to Global Self-Awareness for Preservice Teachers Abroad
Dr. Alina Slapac & Dr. Virginia Navarro
Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, TESOL, and Special Education (ECETS),
University of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
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International experiences for preservice teachers increase intercultural competence, global-mindfulness, autonomy and personal development (Cushner, 2007; Cushner & Mahon,Read More...
Educational Research Paradigms: From Positivism to Multiparadigmatic
Peter C. Taylor
Science and Mathematics Education Centre (SMEC), Curtin University, Australia
Milton Norman D. Medina
Research and Development Center Office, Assumption College of Nabunturan, Philippines
In this paper we provide an overview of the characteristics of major educational research paradigms shaping contemporary educational research, rangingRead More...
Learning Should be Fun! Drama, Meaningful Education and the New Three "R"s
California State University, Sacramento, USA
What is the impact of using drama as an instructional technique in conjunction with Bill Daggett’s educational paradigm of rigor, relevance and relationship on the meaning-centered education (MCE) classroom? Drama holds the potential toRead More...
Call for Papers
Journal of Meaning-Centered Education Accepting Papers for 2013-2014