ERIC Number: ED440004
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, 1997-1998.
Oliker, Michael A., Ed.; Blacker, David, Ed.; Cunningham, Craig, Ed.; Stark, Thomas I., Ed.
These proceedings are composed of the papers presented at the 1997 and 1998 Annual Meetings of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society. The 1997 papers include: "The Role of Cognitive Science in Philosophy of Education" (Jerome A. Popp); "On Accountability and Accreditation in Teacher Education: A Plea for Alternatives" (Gary D. Fenstermacher); "Searching for Teacher Education Programs that are Consistent with Democratic Ideals--A Response to Professor Fenstermacher" (Ronald Swartz); "On Anti-Intellectualism in Popular Culture: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, and Lon Chaney, Jr. Go To College" (Michael A. Oliker); "Character Education in John Dewey" (Holly Salls); "H. G. Wells and the Origins of Progressive Education" (Don G. Smith); "John Dewey's 'Experience and Education' and Museum Education" (Ted Ansbacher); "Breaking the Silence" (Louis Silverstein); "Multiculturalism and the Teaching of Literature" (Allan Johnston); "Waiting: Killing Time? Playtime?" (Walter P. Krolikowski); "Rousseau and the Religious Basis of Political Order" (John M. Fennell); "The Discourse of Natural Instruction in Rousseau's 'Emile'" (Guillemette Johnston); "Hermeneutic Disclosure as Freedom: John Dewey and Paulo Freire on the Non-Representational Nature of Education" (Anthony Petruzzi); and "Models of Educational Democracy" (Walter Feinberg, Belden Fields, and Nicole Roberts). The 1998 papers presented included: "Historical Precedents Concerning the Mission of the University" (John C. Scott); "How We Go On: Values Education and Reinhabitation in Gary Snyder's 'The Practice of the Wild'" (Allan Johnston); "Toward a Progressivist Philosophy of Environmental Education" (Ron Meyers); "Savages, Barbarians, Civilized: A Case of Survival?" (Walter P. Krolikowski); "W. E. B. Du Bois and the Hampton Idea" (Percy L. Moore); "Dewey, Correctional Education, and Offender Habilitation" (Clyde A. Winters); "Nietzsche as Educator" (Kirk Wolf); "Toward A Nietzschean Pedagogy" (Maughn Gregory); "The Theatre of Education: Rousseau's 'Lettre a d'Alembert' and 'Emile'" (Guillemette Johnston); "Educational Implications of H. G. Wells''The Time Machine' and 'The Wonderful Visit'" (Don G. Smith); "The Marriage of Self and World: John Dewey and Stanley Cavell on the Romantics" (David Granger); "Understanding Wisdom: Its Nature and Development" (David B. Annis); "Socrates and Aristotle's Contribution to the Character Education Movement: Can Character and Virtue Be Taught?" (Madonna Murphy); "On Some Positions in Ray Boisvert's Recent Book" (Howard G. Callaway); "John Dewey's Educational Theory and the Challenge of American Racism" (Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy); "John Dewey, Democracy and Education, and What We May Expect from Schools" (Joop W. A. Berding and Siebren Miedema); "Boisvert and the Levels of Deweyan Engagement" (Alan G. Phillips, Jr.); "Dewey Now: Lived Experience versus Scientific Method" (Raymond D. Boisvert); "Bloom and His Critics: Nihilism and 'True Education'" (Jon M. Fennell); and "Cognition, Dewey, and the Organization of Teacher Education in Small Schools" (Clyde A. Winters and Cynthia K. Valenciano). The volume concludes with memorials to Arthur Brown, Harry S. Broudy, C. J. B. MacMillian, and Frederick L. Will, six appendices, and an index. (BT)
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Critical Thinking, Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Higher Education, Recognition (Achievement), Scholarship
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Midwest Philosophy of Education Society.