Pearson Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education Book
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Pearson "Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education" Philosophy book is written by Gerald L. Gutek and explores the nature, principles and applications of each value.
Pearson "Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education" Philosophy book contains topics that describe schooling, curriculum and instruction. Book includes three major topics to provide explanations about theories of education.
Title: Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education
Subject: General, education, philosophy, philosophy & aspects, education -- philosophy and education-general
Number of pages: 360
Author: Gerald L Gutek
Publisher: Pearson, Publication date: October 12, 2003, 1 edition
Dimensions: 235 mm x 178 mm x 22 mm
Genre: Education/philosophy & social aspects
Each chapter begins with clear, easy to-follow definitions of the philosophy, ideology, or theory to aid the student in establishing a basic vocabulary at the beginning of the unit
Provides numerous examples and cases related to education, schooling, curriculum and instruction, suggested web sites dealing with philosophy, ideology, and theory enable students to find additional viewpoints through the worldwide web
Builds connections between philosophy, ideology, and theory in chapters 1, 9, and 15 and creates a theoretical scaffolding, grid, or map that places ideas in perspective
Discussion questions and research and inquiry topics in each chapter contribute to further thinking, discussion about, debate, and inquiry about each topic
A primary source selection in each chapter provides a range of viewpoints that create a perspective from classical ideas to postmodern theories with Focusing Questions for each primary source selection to guide students through the selection
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