ERIC Number: ED317519
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jan
Ethics and Democratic Values in the Education Profession. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society (34th, Winston Salem, North Carolina, October 6-7, 1989).
Strandberg, Warren, Ed.
Included in this publication are the following addresses to the meeting: (1) "The Professional Ethics of Teachers in a Democratic School" (Betty A. Sichel); (2) "The 4Cs of the New Scholarship on Women" (James W. Garrison and Anne Phelan); (3) "Is It Possible to be Philosophical About Poverty?" (J. Gordon Chamberlin); (4) "Moral Images, Democratic Institutions, and the Pre-Service Professional Core Curriculum in Teacher Education" (James LeRoy Smith); (5) "The Course of Education: To Lead or to Enable Fanaticism or Liberation?" (Helen L. Harrington); (6) "Ethics and Arts Education: Notes on Plato and Aristotle" (Frans van der Bogert); (7) "'Democratic' Control of Education" (Scott H. Bilow); (8) "U.S. Supreme Court Decisions in 'Bethel' and 'Hazelwood': Is the Pig in the Parlor Gone?" (Bruce Beezer); (9) "Sichel's Theory of Moral Character: A Linchpin Concept for Moral Education Theory" (William Losito); (10) "A Critique of Character and Community in Sichel's 'Moral Education'" (Sam Craver); (11) "A Well-Managed Lifestyle: A View of Liberal Education" (Thomas Buford); and (12) "Conflicting Values in American Higher Education: Development of the Concept of Academic Freedom, 1886-1918" (Charles Tandy). (JD)
Descriptors: Democratic Values, Educational Philosophy, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, General Education, Higher Education, Legal Problems, Moral Values, Social Values, Teacher Education
Dr. Warren Strandberg, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Education, Box 2020, Richmond, VA 23284-2020 ($7.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society.