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Jerome Bruner

by David R. Olson & Richard Bailey

Jerome Bruner is the vanguard of �the cognitive revolution� in psychology and the predominant spokesman for the role of culture and education in the making of the modern mind. In this text Olson encourages...


Lev Vygotsky

by Ren¿ van der Veer & Richard Bailey

Lev Vygotsky, the great Russian psychologist, had a profound influence on educational thought. His work on the perception of art, cultural-historical theory of the mind and the zone of proximal development all...


John Locke

by Alexander Moseley & Richard Bailey

John Locke is one of the great minds in educational history. Drawing on his perceptive observations of families and children he saw the importance of adapting learning to the child's dispositions. Critical of...


Rudolf Steiner

by Heiner Ullrich & Richard Bailey

Rudolf Steiner is one of the most controversially judged educational reformers of the twentieth century. Although he received little recognition within his field, his educational thought has had a sustained...


Mary Wollstonecraft

by Susan Laird & Richard Bailey

Best known as author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), if not also as mother of Frankenstein's author Mary Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft survived domestic violence and unusual independent womanhood...


Michel Foucault

by Lynn Fendler & Richard Bailey

Michel Foucault's influential work spanned a wide array of intellectual disciplines, his writings having been widely taken up in philosophy, history, literary criticism and political theory.

Focusing on the...


Loris Malaguzzi and the Reggio Emilia Experience

by Kathy Hall, Mary Horgan & Anna Ridgway

The Municipal preschools of Reggio Emilia, in Northern Italy, are renowned world-wide for the excellence of their provision. This approach provides a unique collaboration between children, parents, teachers...


St Augustine

by Ryan N. S. Topping & Richard Bailey

After setting Augustine's thought firmly within the context of his life and times, Ryan Topping examines in turn the causes of education (the purposes, pedagogy, curriculum, and limits of learning) as Augustine...


Leo Tolstoy

by Daniel Moulin & Richard Bailey

How do we know what we should teach? And how should we go about teaching it? These deceptively simple questions about education perplexed Tolstoy. Before writing his famous novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina...


Robert Owen

by Robert A. Davis, Frank O¿Hagan & Richard Bailey

This text offers a major reassessment of the life and thought of the distinguished 19th century industrial philanthropist and educational reformer, Robert Owen. In a period when Owen's radical new visions for...


Aristotle

by Alexander Moseley & Richard Bailey

Aristotle is often underrated in educational circles but the impact of his philosophy and his actions are evident in the schools and universities around us today. Aristotle developed the first proper university...


Confucius

by Charlene Tan & Richard Bailey

Charlene Tan's text offers a coherent account of Confucius' educational thought and its implications for the modern world. Arguing that Confucius is more than an ancient master who emphasised tradition, rote-learning...


Paulo Freire

by Daniel Schugurensky & Richard Bailey

Paulo Freire is one of the most influential thinkers in education. This text is a thoughtful and thorough introduction to Freire's work, situating this in the context of his life, intellectual journey and the...


A. S. Neill

by Richard Bailey

A. S. Neill was probably the most famous school teacher of the twentieth century. His school, Summerhill, founded in 1921, attracted admiration and criticism from around the world, and became an emblem of radical...


Patriots or Traitors: A History of American Educated Chinese Students

by Stacey Bieler

This title sxplores the love-hate relationship between the USA and China through the experience of Chinese students caught between the two countries. The book sheds light on China's ambivelance towards the Western...


Mythology for Storytellers: Themes and Tales from Around the World: Themes and Tales from Around the World

by Howard J Sherman

Illustrated in full color throughout, this delightful collection puts the riches of world mythology at the fingertips of students and storytellers alike. It is a treaury of favorite and little-known tales from...


Racial Attitudes and Asian Pacific Americans: Demystifying the Model Minority

by Karen Kurotsuchi Inkelas

This study examines the complex sources and implications of the racial attitudes of Asian Pacific American (APA) college students, who, as one of the fastest growing demographics in higher education enrollments,...


The WTO and the University: Globalization, GATS, and American Higher Education

by Roberta Malee Bassett

By and large, the debate about the merits of including higher education services within free trade policies has occurred outside of the United States, even though the U.S. Office of the Trade Representative...


Service-Learning Essentials: Questions, Answers, and Lessons Learned

by Barbara Jacoby & Jeffrey Howard

Service-Learning Essentials is the resource you need to help you develop high-quality service-learning experiences for college students. Written by one of the field's leading experts and sponsored by Campus...


Authority and the Teacher

by William H. Kitchen

Authority and the Teacher seeks to overturn the notion that authority is a restrictive force within education, serving only to stifle creativity and drown out the voice of the student. William H. Kitchen argues...