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Routledge Falmer Guide To Key Debates In Education [electronic resource] / edited by Dennis Hayes.

Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780415332446Publication details: Hoboken : RoutledgeFalmer, 2004.ISBN:
  • 9780203401132
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Routledge Falmer Guide To Key Debates In EducationDDC classification:
  • 370.1 370/.941
LOC classification:
  • LA632.R68 2004eb
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Contents:
BOOK COVER; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; Preface; Introduction Debating education a beginner's guide; 1 The formalisation of relationships in education; 2 The interventionist state and the state of UK education; 3 Educating the people; 4 The philosophy gap; 5 Re-enchanting early childhood?; 6 Afraid to teach; 7 Literacy singular or plural For today or tomorrow; 8 Literacy and the literary; 9 Schooling Year 6 inclusion or SATuration; 10 Circle time; 11 Anti bullying strategies in the UK; 12 Menu change in education; 13 Just being there for us; 14 Asserting children's rights
15 Education culture and social class16 The subject of spirituality; 17 Who is the good citizen; 18 Citizenship education reflecting a political malaise; 19 Greening education; 20 Education as entertainment; 21 ICT don't believe the hype; 22 Virtual learning or real learning; 23 The shattered mirror a critique of multiple intelligences theory; 24 An impoverished education for all; 25 The rise of low self esteem and the lowering of educational expectations; 26 The trouble with lifelong learning; 27 FE cannot save the economy; 28 Taking control fashioning the new citizen
29 Labour's fuel lifelong learning policy as labour power production30 Getting your lines right scripted communication in post compulsory education; 31 A profession in crisis; 32 Corporate involvement in Initial Teacher Training; 33 The McDonaldisation of lecturer training; 34 The therapeutic turn in education; 35 Academicus Superciliosus the beast revisited; 36 Challenging students; 37 Practice makes imperfect; 38 Why does truth matter; 39 Can everybody be a researcher; 40 Scholarship reinstated; Postscript What are the key debates in education; Index;
Summary: In this lively and challenging book over 40 contributors have written short, accessible, informed and lively articles for students, teachers and others involved in education. They address broad questions that are central to any understanding of what
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BOOK COVER; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; Preface; Introduction Debating education a beginner's guide; 1 The formalisation of relationships in education; 2 The interventionist state and the state of UK education; 3 Educating the people; 4 The philosophy gap; 5 Re-enchanting early childhood?; 6 Afraid to teach; 7 Literacy singular or plural For today or tomorrow; 8 Literacy and the literary; 9 Schooling Year 6 inclusion or SATuration; 10 Circle time; 11 Anti bullying strategies in the UK; 12 Menu change in education; 13 Just being there for us; 14 Asserting children's rights

15 Education culture and social class16 The subject of spirituality; 17 Who is the good citizen; 18 Citizenship education reflecting a political malaise; 19 Greening education; 20 Education as entertainment; 21 ICT don't believe the hype; 22 Virtual learning or real learning; 23 The shattered mirror a critique of multiple intelligences theory; 24 An impoverished education for all; 25 The rise of low self esteem and the lowering of educational expectations; 26 The trouble with lifelong learning; 27 FE cannot save the economy; 28 Taking control fashioning the new citizen

29 Labour's fuel lifelong learning policy as labour power production30 Getting your lines right scripted communication in post compulsory education; 31 A profession in crisis; 32 Corporate involvement in Initial Teacher Training; 33 The McDonaldisation of lecturer training; 34 The therapeutic turn in education; 35 Academicus Superciliosus the beast revisited; 36 Challenging students; 37 Practice makes imperfect; 38 Why does truth matter; 39 Can everybody be a researcher; 40 Scholarship reinstated; Postscript What are the key debates in education; Index;

In this lively and challenging book over 40 contributors have written short, accessible, informed and lively articles for students, teachers and others involved in education. They address broad questions that are central to any understanding of what