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ERIC Number: ED360418
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 214
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-8077-3132-3
Progressive Education for the 1990s: Transforming Practice.
Jervis, Kathe, Ed.; Montag, Carol, Ed.
In this collection, educators examine progressive education from both historical and practical standpoints, addressing the daily struggles confronting progressively oriented teachers as they create classrooms to support their values. After an introduction, "Class Values," by C. Montag, the following essays are presented: (1) "Large Purposes" (V. Perrone); (2) "Honoring Diversity/Striving for Inclusion" (P. Carini); (3) "Urban Conversations" (M. Gaston, B. Kanze, and D. Murphy); (4) "Democracy, Progressivism, and the Comprehensive High School" (M. Lazerson); (5) "The Eight Year Study" (K. Irwin); (6) "John Dewey's School" (J. Katch); (7) "Twenty-Four, Forty-Two, and I Love You: Keeping It Complex" (E. Duckworth); (8) "Assessing Imperfect Conceptions" (H. Dyasi); (9) "Jason and Matt" (K. Hibl); (10) "Looking at a Child's Work" (K. Jervis and A. Wiener); (11) "Grounded Insight" (W. Ayers); (12) "The Kindergarten Tradition in the High School" (D. Meier); (13) "The High School Inquiry Classroom" (A. Cook); (14) "Blacks in White Schools" (F. Moore-Bond); (15) "A Hero for Fifteen-Year-Olds: Raoul Wallenberg" (C. Meyers); (16) "Teaching Science as a Liberal Art" (A. Kaplan); and (17) "Educating against All Odds" (M. Mathias). An afterword by L. Weber, "Books To Nourish Democratic Educators," presents a 29-item bibliography; and an annotated bibliography, by M. K. Stone, "Progressive Education (1890-1990)," lists 60 works on the history of progressive education. (SLD)
Teachers' College Press, Columbia University, 1234 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027 (hardcover--ISBN-0-8077-3133-1).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: N/A