Sample of Ranked NewFoundations Documents

updating 10/17/21 

(newfoundations.com or newfoundations.net)
 

Top-Ranked by Google or Bing Search Engines
updated ~ monthly: two charts, rows verified as indicated

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Search engines rank items not only by their popularity, but also by the number of "high quality" links from other websites, for example, from universities, corporations, government or professional organizations, to the target site.  The algorithms for ranking are kept secret to stultify their being "gamed" by search target sponsors.

The articles below are apparently very useful to a wide audience of practitioners and scholars. (At NewFoundations we use this information to help us with research and publishing planning.The highest rank is 1; but, we normally do not search beyond the top 100 items. -- EGR)

Searches will show slight variations in rank (within 100) on a daily basis especially if the total number of items selected by the search terms is great. (The selection totals sometimes vary sometimes greatly from week to week.)

Rank 1 is the top rank.  "<100" indicates that the item was ranked below the top 100 results for the month. Note change in this indicator  from >100 to <100 as of 8/2/21.

Items earlier  but  no longer ranked among the top 100 are occasionally retained on the charts if NewFoundations servers -- not  accessible to visitors -- continue to show them heavily downloaded. (However, if a lower than 100 ranked item continues as such for both Google and Bing for more than three months, it will be replaced.)

To verify rank and item population, enter the search terms in a search engine**. Set advanced search to yield 50 to 100 results for fastest search. If you wish, set options on full restrictions to reduce numbers. First try newf (avoid putting a space after newf } to locate the entry position for each search engine. (Otherwise, you might try to use, if indicated, gov.ericresearchgate.net  or scribd in the browser search.)

NOTE: When I call up a search engine, I first Sign Out if I have an account with that search engine sponsor, and then proceed (incognito) entering the search terms (this usually only need be done once a session) so that the AI (artificial intelligence) of the engine, if there is any, does not bias the search in favor of the searcher's interests. -- EGR.

Ignore ads or search engine (Google or Bing) comments for your count. DON'T confuse the tallied items found by your search engines with their paid-for advertising or comments  (which often looks like a search item) placed above or among them. Usually these are marked as "featured snippets", "ads," or "suggestions"  isolated with separators (or placed in a different colored background). These search-engine "sponsored" items do not affect the placement order of the items produced by your search.

**EMERGENCY NOTE (10-16-21) on chart verification: To get the largest possible population sample counts for each website in order to verify chart numbers, I have to start by calling up a Google or Bing Home Site (links provided above), then entering the Search Term for the Web Document Link. (Shorter approaches seem to truncate the base sample counts substantially.) -- EGR

 

Chart 1  updated 10/16/21

Web Document LINKS

cross-engine

SEARCH TERMS

Carry Into Home Sites-->

GOOGLE Home Site Link

BING Home Site Link


use newf
for quick chart search

rank

out of
(base sample)

rank

out of
(base sample)


Authority, Fact & Value

fact vs value

31 8,360,000,000 25 37,500,000

College and  University Governance in the United States

history of college governance

3

362,000,000

1

77,100,000

Concept as Abstraction: a hindrance?

abstraction concept hindrance

1

17,700,000

18
(in biblio list)

205,000

Does Public Education Support American Democracy?

democracy efficiency schooling

3

7.980,000

5

1,850,000

Entailments, Beliefs & Brain-States

entailments brain states

1

9,420,000
(researchgate.net)

1
(researchgate.net)

13,500

Fractalization of Social Enterprise

fractalization social 

2

29,100

1

10,200

Human Behavior: measurement & cause

human behavior cause measurement

 1

324,000,000

<100

9,490,000


Is it Reasonable to be Logical?

logical reasonable 

28

192,000,000

<100

13,700,000

Is Virtue a Learning Outcome?

learning outcome virtue

2

29,900,000

<100

1,370,000

Language Ideology in Schooling Practice
schooling ideology language 3
13,700,000
2
6,290,000

Leadership vs. Morality
(An Unavoidable Conflict?)

morality leadership

48

41,700,000

<100

59,600,000

Moral Responsibility in the Education Industry

school moral responsibility

4

173,000,000


<100

5,850,000

Philosophical Foundations of Human Cognition

conditions of knowledge

3

1,970,000,000

3

2,070,000

Part 3: Recognition and Knowing

recognition and knowing

2

256,000,000

2

2,070,000

Philosophy, Race & Language

philosophy language race

<100

205,000,000

<100

78,200,000


Pluralism and Rationality: the limits of tolerance


values rationality pluralism

8

13,300,000

<100

404,000

Pseudo-Paradox of the Surprise-Test

surprise test paradox 

21 16,300,000

<100

361,000


Rationales for Intervention

intervention rationale

7

149.000,000

<100

11,900,000

Reason and Authority in Education

education reason  authority

1

610,000,000

1

101,000

Rewards, Reinforcers & Voluntary Behavior

voluntary behavior

23

179,000,000

<100

6,700,000

School as Organization

school as organization

4

2,720,000,000

4

167,000,000

Slogans in Education

slogans in education 

16

38,200,000

33

41,700,000

Teaching, Causation and Learning

teaching learning causation

6

9,430,000


<100

44,040,000

The Educational Legacy of Ronald Reagan

reagan education legacy

1,2,7 (eric, jstor,
newf)

15,900,000

2
2,260,000

The Educational Theory of Lev Vygotsky

Vygotsky educational theory

50

3,0300,000

18

1,610,000

The Foundations of Curriculum

curriculum foundations structure

2

35,800,000

61

16,500,000

The Nature of Consensus

consensus depth breadth

1

14,400,000

2

234,000

Traditions of Ideology in Administrative Theory
Chart 1 updated  10/16/21  to end of this line

administrative ideology

74

36,800,000

<100

12,000,000

 

CHART 2: Google and Bing Ranked Articles (with Search Terms)   
 
Chart
2 updating 10/17/21

Cross-Engine Search Terms

Web Document Links
not alphabetized

Google
Rank 

out of 

Bing
Rank

out of


Search Terms

Web Document Links
not alphabetized

Google
Rank

out of

Bing
Rank

out of


consensus politics education

Politics, Consensus and Educational Reform


7


87,700,000 


1


4,990,000


politics productivity
hypocrisy

Productivity, Politics and Hypocrisy

1

11,000,000


1


130,000
(researchgate)

controversy analysis

Controversy Analysis Worksheet

2

630,000,000

2

37,8,000


doing ethics
procedures

Doing Ethics: concerns & Procedures

1

99,800,000

2

37,800,000


schooling practice power

Power in Schooling Practice

2

44,400,000

<100

25,600,000


wilson  cowell discipline

Review: Children and Discipline A teacher's guide

2

845,000

<100

22,700

  functional analysis behavior limits

Functional Analysis of Behavior

2

148,000,000 

<100

8,310,000


operationalization  disadvantages

Operationalization

1
featured

554,000

<100

51,900

person concept Skinner

Skinner's Concept of Person

1

7,170,000 

95

1,960,000


Punishment   School Violence

School Violence, Punishment & Justice

1

59,900,000

<100

14,700,000


evaluating theories as parasitical

Evaluating Theories

2

74,400,000 


<100


14,300


Curriculum Serving God to Mammon?

Religion &  Intelligent Design in Education

<100


1,020,000

<100

106,000

school image controversies

School Image: expectations & controversies

1

30,100,000

2

23,800,000


knowledge residues

Knowledge: the Residues of Practical Caution

94

75,900,000

25

2,220,000

thinking like computers Papert

"Thinking" Like Computers Do

2

454,000


<100


25,400


teaching efficiency

Increasing Teaching Efficiency

6

263,000,000

<100

42,700,000


diversity university writing center
s

University Writing Centers: Variety and Diversity 

6

669,000,000

2

95,900,000


paradigms occupational therapy

Influence of Competing Paradigms on Occupational Therapy Education

12

12,200,000


6


466,000


curriculum reconciliation
 matrix

Curriculum as Reconciliation

1,2

12,000,000

1


12,000,000
 


theory-user-theory


Using Theory


54

1,180,000,000

n/a

46,300,000


education measurability

Measurability and Educational Concerns

5

98,400,000


<100


101,000


Walden Two review

Review of Walden Two

8

17,800,000

<100

16,800



moral education indoctrination


Chart 2 updated  10/17/21  to end of this line
PAUSE

Moral Education: Indoctrination vs. Cognitive Development?


10


12,000,000

<100

5,790,000



teacher responsibility
myths

What can a teacher do?

4
(jstor)


10,800,000

2
(jstor)

9,000,000

 education philosophy connection

Philosophy and Education connection?

3


205,000,000


<100

13,900,000


Freire Educational Theory

Paulo Freire's Educational Theory

3

4,0100,000

2

521,000


school institutionalization

Institutionalization:
controlling the school

1

11,600,000

1

37,700,000


Is violence permissible in schools?

Doing Violence to "Violence"


15


11,500,000

<100

102,000,000



decision assumptions


Assumptions in Decision Making

7

119,000,000

<100

10,500,000


curriculum leadership viability

Viability of Curriculum Leadership

2

20,200,000

<100

6,980,000

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