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Philosophy of education : introductory readings

Author: William Hare; John P Portelli
Publisher: [Calgary, Alberta] : Brush Education Inc., [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th editionView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Philosophy of education.:
Calgary, Alberta : Brush Education Inc., 2013.
(CaOONL)20139026916
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Hare; John P Portelli
ISBN: 9781550594454 1550594451
OCLC Number: 848150088
Description: xiv, 455 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I: philosophy, theory, and practice. 1. The relationship between educational theory and practice: a new look /Harold Entwistle --
2. Empirical research in education: why philosophy matters /Robin Barrow --
3. Philosophy for education: toward human agency /Heesoon Bai --
4. The place of ideals in teaching /David T. Hansen --
Part II: classroom discussions and controversial issues. 5. Listening as a teacher: educative listening, interruptions, and reflective practice /Andrea R. English --
6. Discussing ethical issues in the classroom: leveraging pedagogical moments that may otherwise undermine important discussions /Douglas J. Simpson and William J. Hull Jr. --
7. "That's just your opinion!": American Idol and the confusion between pluralism and relativism /Claudia W Ruitenberg --
8. Sensitive controversy in teaching to be critical /Michelle Forrest --
9. What's wrong with the "teach the controversy" slogan? /Eugenie C. Scott --
Part III: democratic education and social justice. 10. The case for critical democracy /Laura Elizabeth Pinto --
11. Philosophy and the art of teaching for social justice /Kathy Hytten --
12. Post-Neoliberalism, education, and the principles of democratice learning /Emery J. Hyslop-Margison and Samuel LeBlanc --
13. Schooling for democracy /Nel Noddings --
14. Strangers in our midst: from tolerance to hospitality /Trudy Conway --
Part IV: standards, efficiency, and measurement. 15. Standardization and equity in education /John P. Portelli and Ann B. Vibert --
16. The end of efficiency: implications for democratic education /Francine Menashy --
17. Arendt, Freire, and the pedagogy of possession /Trevor Norris --
18. High-stakes testing, educational aims and ideals, and responsible assessment /Harvey Siegel --
19. The idiocy of policy: the antidemocratic curriculum of high-stakes testing /Wyane Au --
Part V: rights, freedoms, and conflicts in education. 20. An unwarranted fear of religious schooling /Frances M. Kroeker and Stephen P. Norris --
21. Parental rights and the aims of education: teaching religion, human sexuality, and sexual orientation in schools /Dianne Gereluck --
22. Crossing the line: homophobic speech and public school teachers /Paul Clarke and Bruce MacDougall --
23. Propaganda in the classroom: the Keegstra case /William Hare --
24. Moral education within difference: impediments to appreciating the moral other /Dwight Boyd --
Part VI: conceptions of education and teaching. 25. Literacy for what? /Maxine Greene --
26. Reading the world and reading the word: an interview with Paulo Freire /Paulo Freire --
27. Education writ large /Jane Roland Martin --
28. Teacher education for educational wisdom /Gert Biesta.
Responsibility: William Hare and John P. Portelli, editors.

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