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Sources : Notable Selections in Education,9780072413984

Sources : Notable Selections in Education

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9780072413984

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0072413980
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Pub. Date:
4/5/2001
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McGraw-Hill/Dushkin
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Summary

This volume brings together over 40 selections of enduring intellectual value--classic articles, book excerpts, and research studies--that have shaped the studyof education and our contemporary understanding of it.This title is supported by Dushkin Online (www.dushkin.com/online/), a student Web site that provides study support tools and links to links to related Web sites.

Table of Contents

Preface i
PART ONE Foundations of Education 1(102)
The Conservative Tradition in Educational Thought
3(36)
from Horace's Hope: What Works for the American High School
3(10)
Theodore R. Sizer
from Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know
13(11)
E. D. Hirsch, Jr.
from The Troubled Crusade: American Education, 1945--1980
24(8)
Diane Ravitch
from ``The Paideia Proposal: Rediscovering the Essence of Education,'' The American School Board Journal
32(7)
Mortimer Adler
Student Experience Centered---Progressive Education
39(29)
from Democracy and Education: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education
39(6)
John Dewey
from ``The Project Method,'' Teachers College Record
45(8)
William Heard Kilpatrick
from The Montessori Method
53(9)
Maria Montessori
from Humanistic Education
62(6)
C. H. Patterson
Some Alternative Perspectives in Educational Thought
68(35)
from Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality: A Brief History of the Education of Dominated Cultures in the United States, 2d ed.
68(9)
Joel Spring
from ``Culture, Power and Transformation in the Work of Paulo Freire: Toward a Politics of Education,'' in Henry A. Giroux, Teachers as Intellectuals: Toward a Critical Pedagogy of Learning
77(10)
Henry A. Giroux
from Pedagogy of the Oppressed, rev. ed., trans. Myra Bergman Ramos
87(8)
Paulo Freire
from Deschooling Society
95(8)
Ivan Illich
PART TWO Curriculum and Instruction 103(60)
Schooling
105(15)
from The Open Classroom: A Practical Guide to a New Way of Teaching
105(5)
Herbert R. Kohl
from The Dewey School: The Laboratory School of the University of Chicago, 1896--1903
110(10)
Katherine Camp Mayhew
Anna Camp Edwards
Curriculum Theory and Practice
120(21)
from Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice
120(11)
Hilda Taba
from Raising Silent Voices: Educating the Linguistic Minorities for the Twenty-First Century
131(10)
Henry T. Trueba
Curriculum Development and the Language of Educational Debate
141(22)
from The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy
141(11)
Christopher Lasch
from ``Multiculturalism and the Postmodern Critique: Toward a Pedagogy of Resistance and Transformation,'' in Henry A. Giroux and Peter McLaren, eds., Between Borders: Pedagogy and the Politics of Cultural Studies
152(11)
Peter McLaren
PART THREE Schools in a Multicultural Society 163(66)
The Struggle for Freedom in Education
165(27)
from Race Matters
165(6)
Cornel West
from A Speech During the Atlanta Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia, September 18, 1895
171(4)
Booker T. Washington
from The Souls of Black Folk
175(10)
W. E. B. Du Bois
from ``A Talk to Teachers,'' Saturday Review
185(7)
James Baldwin
Perspectives on the Struggle for Freedom in Education
192(19)
from Literacy: Reading the Word and the World
192(9)
Paulo Freire
Donaldo Macedo
from An Aristocracy of Everyone: The Politics of Education and the Future of America
201(10)
Benjamin R. Barber
Women and Education
211(18)
from Eighty Years and More (1815--1897): Reminiscences of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
211(9)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
from Feminisms and Pedagogies of Everyday Life
220(9)
Carmen Luke
PART FOUR The American Constitutional Tradition and Education 229(22)
The Struggle for Civil Liberty in the Schools
231(20)
U.S. Supreme Court, from Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954)
231(5)
United States Commission on Civil Rights from A Better Chance to Learn: Bilingual-Bicultural Education
236(6)
American Association of University Women from How Schools Shortchange Girls: A Study of Major Findings on Girls and Education
242(9)
PART FIVE Perspectives From the Behavioral Sciences 251(80)
Testing and the Critical Response to It
253(35)
from The Technology of Teaching
253(10)
B. F. Skinner
from Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Handbook I: Cognitive Domain
263(9)
Benjamin S. Bloom
from Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Handbook II: Affective Domain
272(16)
David R. Krathwohl
Benjamin S. Bloom
Bertram B. Masia
The Cognitive Revolution in Learning
288(43)
from ``Learning, Remembering, and Understanding,'' in Paul H. Mussen, ed., Handbook of Child Psychology, vol. 3: Cognitive Development, 4th ed.
288(13)
Ann L. Brown
from ``Teaching Thinking and Problem Solving,'' American Psychologist
301(7)
John Bransford
from Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice
308(11)
Howard Gardner
Joseph Walters
from ``Education and the Brain: A Bridge Too Far,'' Educational Researcher
319(12)
John T. Bruer
PART SIX Society, Culture, and Education 331(48)
Social Change
333(17)
from ``Education and Social Change,'' The Social Frontier
333(9)
John Dewey
from Conflicting Theories of Education
342(8)
I. L. Kandel
Culture and Education
350(29)
from ``The Passions of Pluralism: Multiculturalism and the Expanding Community,'' Educational Researcher
350(12)
Maxine Greene
from Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools
362(9)
Jonathan Kozol
from Amazing Grace: The Lives of Children and the Conscience of a Nation
371(8)
Johanthan Kozol
Acknowledgments 379(3)
Index 382


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