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Educational Reconstruction

Author : Gary McCulloch
ISBN : 9781136224287
Genre : Education
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This book presents a clear overview of the debates that surrounded the making of the 1944 Act, which affected every aspect of education in this country. It gives a detailed account of the tripartite divisions into 'three types of child' that were sanctioned in the reforms of the 1940s. At the same time, it also emphasises the idea of education as a civic project which underlay the reforms and which was such an important part of their lasting authority. The education policies of the past decade and the current attempts to shape a new education settlement need to be interpreted in a long-term historical framework and in particular, in relation to the aims and problems of the last great cycle of reform in the 1940s. This book makes an important contribution to the development of such a framework and the social history of education policy in this country.
Category: Education

The Struggle For The History Of Education

Author : Gary McCulloch
ISBN : 9781136811241
Genre : Education
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In The Struggle for History Education, Gary McCulloch sets out a vision for a future of study in the history of education which contributes to education, history and social sciences alike.
Category: Education

The First Teenagers

Author : David Fowler
ISBN : 9781136896866
Genre : History
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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: History

Teaching Science

Author : Jenny Frost
ISBN : 9781317792505
Genre : Education
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

A Guide To Educational Research

Author : Peter Gordon
ISBN : 9781136897498
Genre : Education
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This account of development in educational research is intended as a guide to possible research areas, both fundamental and policy-related, for students in colleges and higher education institutions, and should also be of interest to those engaged in curriculum planning and administration.
Category: Education

Historical Research In Educational Settings

Author : Gary McCulloch
ISBN : STANFORD:36105117975586
Genre : Education
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This book explores how to set about historical research in education and offers a theoretical guide to the rationales and problems of the field as well as current opportunities for research. It also gives practical advice for getting started and for suitable research methods in different kinds of projects.
Category: Education

Beyond Educational Reform

Author : Andy Hargreaves
ISBN : 0335199968
Genre : Education
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Why has educational reform failed? Why do we need to bring teachers back into the process? For many years, education reform has been imposed on teachers in many parts of the world. Teachers have had little or no voice in the changes that have been foisted on them. Overload, burnout, demoralization, poor implementation, and a rush for early retirement have been widespread consequences. Positive educational change is needed more than ever, but in a way that puts teachers in the vanguard of it, rather than making them its marginalized victims. It is time to bring teachers back in. It is time to look at educational change and teachers' involvement in it with fresh, more generous eyes. The writers in this book do just that. All are recognized international experts in educational reform. For them, positive educational change means strong emphasis on professional development; ensuring that every school and department becomes a strong professional community; valuing not vilifying educational research; putting teachers in charge of standards and change; giving schools more flexibility over curriculum and assessment, not less; and seeing our educational past as something to be built on, not castigated and forgotten. Existing educational reform strategies are becoming exhausted. It is time for a better way. These writers identify the new directions that lie before us in England, Australia, North America and Japan.
Category: Education

Marginality And Difference In Education And Beyond

Author : Michael Jonathan Reiss
ISBN : 1858564123
Genre : Education
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This collection brings together analyses from educational contexts around the world of the ways in which notions of identity and difference, belonging and exclusion are constructed within and beyond the context of education. Three key themes link the chapters in this book - current policy and practice in education and educational research - educational imperialism and its legacy - cultures and sub-cultures within and beyond educational contexts. The contributors are the editors Stephen Ball, Renee DePalma, Stephen Dobson, David Gough, Ruby Greene, Jennifer Lavia, Ahmad Nazari, Carrie Paechter, John Storey, Takako Takano, Maddalena Taras and Deborah Youdell. This book is for academics, for students working at masters level and above, and for educational professionals and policy makers. It will interest scholars working in education, sociology, cultural studies and sociolinguistics or doing interdisciplinary work.
Category: Education