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Researching and teaching social issues : the personal stories and pedagogical efforts of professors of education

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Information Age Pub., Charlotte, NC, p.279 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb H62 .R46165 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9758650

Keywords:

Education--Social aspects, Social sciences--Study and teaching

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction / by Samuel Totten and Jon E. Pedersen -- Education, politics, and social transformation / Michael W. Apple -- Human ecology and science education policies and programs: reflections on social activism / Roger W. Bybee -- Forty days and forty nights in the wilderness of capitalist schooling / Ronald W. Evans -- Becoming political: one woman's story / Carole L. Hahn -- The unending quest for social issues in the schools: a personal narrative / Byron G. Massialas -- Social justice / Alex Molnar -- My experience with social issues and education / Fred Newmann -- Social issues and decision making: a career long commitment / Anna S. Ochoa-Becker -- The evolution of an educator / Jon E. Pedersen -- A happenstance-based social issues career / James P. Shaver -- Serendipity: a paradigm shifter's friend in academia / Barbara Solomon Spector -- A synergy of awareness, understanding, empathy and action: confronting social issues in the English classroom and beyond / Samuel Totten -- Socials issues as contexts for science and technology education / Robert Yager.

Publication Language:

eng