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Teachers, students and pedagogy : selected readings and documents in the history of Canadian education

Author: Douglas Baldwin
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Fitzhenry & Whiteside, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This new collection is an ideal sourcebook for courses in the history of education, social history courses and for the general reader interested in the history of education in Canada. It focuses on the social contexts of education, the curriculum as an instrument of social, economic and political policy, the role and status of teachers, and above all, what actually went on in schools and classrooms.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Baldwin
ISBN: 1552441008 9781552441008
OCLC Number: 145554979
Description: xi, 385 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Educating girls and native peoples in New France --
Documents --
2. Pioneer education to 1840 --
Documents --
3. Teaching as a career for women --
Documents --
4. Curriculum and pedagogy in the mid-nineteenth century --
Documents --
5. Rural school teachers --
Documents --
6. Gender and domestic science --
Documents --
7. The goals of physical education --
Documents --
8. High school culture between the wars --
Documents --
9. Native education --
Documents --
10. Growing up: 1914-1960 --
Documents --
11. Teaching teachers --
Documents --
12. The ideal curriculum --
Documents --
13. Assessment and accountability --
Documents.
Responsibility: [edited by] Douglas O. Baldwin.

Abstract:

"This new collection is an ideal sourcebook for courses in the history of education, social history courses and for the general reader interested in the history of education in Canada. It focuses on the social contexts of education, the curriculum as an instrument of social, economic and political policy, the role and status of teachers, and above all, what actually went on in schools and classrooms.

Each topic begins with an editor introduction, followed by a key secondary interpretative article and concludes with a wealth of primary and secondary source material including diaries and other personal testimony, government reports, statistical surveys, and curriculum documents. All the material in the book was used as the basis for a dynamic course for history and education students."--pub. desc.

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