Philosophical Ideological and Theoretical Perspectives on Education

While retaining the helpful pedagogical aids that made the previous editions so popular-- Questions for Reflection and Discussion, Inquiry and Research Projects, Internet Resources, and Suggestions for Further Reading--this edition includes ...

Author: Gerald L. Gutek

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: 0132852381

Category: Education

Page: 464

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Using a systems approach, this book examines the major schools of philosophy of education; considers the relationship of education to major ideologies including Nationalism, Liberalism, Conservatism, and Marxism; and analyzes the impact of philosophy and ideology on educational theory and practice through the theories of Essentialism, Perennialism, Social Reconstruction, and Critical Theory. Previously published as Philosophical and Ideological Perspectives on Education, and as New Perspectives on Philosophy and Education, this new version follows the content and organizational framework of these earlier editions. For each chapter it includes definitions of terms; historical contributors and antecedents; a general discussion of the particular philosophy, ideology, or theory; and relationships and application to education, especially to schools, curriculum instruction, and to teachers and students.

Philosophical and Ideological Perspectives on Education

This second edition continues to examine the major schools of philosophy of education through the systems approach.

Author: Gerald Lee Gutek

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: STANFORD:36105114578250

Category: Education

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This second edition continues to examine the major schools of philosophy of education through the systems approach. It also considers the relationship of education to major ideologies such as Liberalism, Conservativism, and Marxism. The third section on Educational Theory analyzes the impact of philosophy and ideology on educational theory and practice by examining such theories as Essentialism, Perennialism, Progressivism, and Social Reconstructionism. Although focusing on the philosophy of education, this book provides a three-dimensional introduction to educational ideas. First, it examines the major philosophical systems and ideologies that have shaped educational thought and practice. Second, it outlines certain ideas from philosophy and ideology to illustrate how these disciplines contribute to educational theory. Third, in seeking to provide a context for educational philosophy, ideology, and theory, it includes biographical sketches of principal originators or contributors of leading ideas about education. For professionals working in the field of education.

Philosophical Ideological and Theoretical Perspectives on Education Print Offer

While retaining the helpful pedagogical aids that made the previous editions so popular-- Questions for Reflection and Discussion, Inquiry and Research Projects, Internet Resources, and Suggestions for Further Reading--this edition includes ...

Author: Gerald L Gutek

Publisher: Pearson

ISBN: 0133397580

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Gerald Gutek's Philosophical, Ideological, and Theoretical Perspectives on Education uses a systems approach to help readers examine the major schools of philosophy of education; consider the relationship of education to major ideologies including Nationalism, Liberalism, Conservatism, and Marxism; and analyze the impact of philosophy and ideology on educational theory and practice through the theories of Essentialism, Perennialism, Social Reconstruction, and Critical Theory. The concepts are made clear through the book's helpful chapter organization, which includes definitions of terms; historical contributors and antecedents; a general discussion of the particular philosophy, ideology, or theory; and relationship and application to education, especially to schools, curriculum, instruction, and to teachers and students.

Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education

Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education contains clearly written analyses of major philosophies, ideologies, and theories of education and includes a primary source selection representative of each topic treated in the book. [...] ...

Author: Gerald Lee Gutek

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: UOM:39015057601307

Category: Education

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Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education contains clearly written analyses of major philosophies, ideologies, and theories of education and includes a primary source selection representative of each topic treated in the book. [...] Each chapter addresses the nature, principles, and applications of each philosophy, ideology and theory to education, schooling, and curriculum and instruction. The book provides a philosophical and ideological grid that helps students locate, analyze, and criticize the leading ideas in the theoretical foundations of education. --Publisher description.

The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials A New Model for Advanced Practice Nursing

In M. E. Parker (Ed.), Nursing theories and nursing practice (2nd ed., pp. 39–57). ... Philosophical, Ideological, and Theoretical Perspectives on Education, Gerald L. Gutek (2014). 2nd Ed. Boston, MA: Pearson. 452 p, including index.

Author: Mary Zaccagnini

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9781284167078

Category: Medical

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The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials: A New Model for Advanced Practice Nursing, continues to be the only complete textbook for all eight American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Practice Nursing. With DNP programs now found in every state, climbing from 25 to over 300 in the past 13 years, having a textbook dedicated to the DNP Essentials is imperative as faculty and students will use it as a template for future and existing programs. The newly revised Fourth Edition features updates and revisions to all chapters and expands on information relating to the current and future changes in today's complex healthcare environment. The text features the addition of new DNP project resources, with supplemental case studies highlighting DNP projects and the impact of this work. Every print copy of the text will include Navigate 2 Premier Access. This Access includes interactive lectures, competency mapping for DNP Essentials, case studies, assessment quizzes, a syllabus, discussion questions, assignments, and PowerPoint presentations.

Paradigm Shifts in 21st Century Teaching and Learning

Philosophical, ideological and theoretical perspectives on education (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. Hansen, L., & Monk, M. (2002). Brain development, structuring of learning and science education: Where are we now?

Author: Orakc?, ?enol

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799831471

Category: Education

Page: 344

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One of the most important transformations in the world today is the adaptation to education and teaching methods that must be made to enhance the learning experience for Millennial and Generation Z students. The system in which the student is passive and the teacher is active is no longer the most effective form of education. Additionally, with the increased availability to information, knowledge transfer is no longer done solely by the teacher. Educators need to become moderators in order to promote effective teaching practices. Paradigm Shifts in 21st Century Teaching and Learning is an essential scholarly publication that examines new approaches to learning and their application in the teaching-learning process. Featuring a wide range of topics such as game-based learning, curriculum design, and sustainability, this book is ideal for teachers, curriculum developers, instructional designers, researchers, education professionals, administrators, academicians, educational policymakers, and students.

Transculturalism and Teacher Capacity

In S. Stockwell (Ed.), Foundations of Empire, 1763-83 (pp. 21–38). Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing. Gutek, G. L. (2014). Philosophical, Ideological and Theoretical Perspectives on Education (2nd ed.).

Author: Niranjan Casinader

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000711523

Category: Education

Page: 164

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Based on new research data, with a 135-teacher study over 8 countries, this book challenges the assumption that all teachers automatically have the expertise to teach cultural understanding and argues, instead, that there is the need for teachers to acquire transcultural expertise to teach cultural understanding effectively in the present age, rather than depending on current multicultural and intercultural approaches. By outlining a new model to teach cultural understanding that is appropriate and relevant, this volume focuses on the expertise of teachers to address this gap in current teaching practice. Using the framework of education in Britain and its former empire, this book traces the role that teachers have played in teaching cultural understanding throughout history, and then uses the results of a recent international research project to outline recommendations for teacher education and professional learning that both develop and enhance the ability of teachers to address cultural understanding effectively in their work. Transculturalism and Teacher Capacity: Professional Readiness in the Globalised Age is the perfect resource for any researcher, school leader and educational administrator, or those interested in education that prepares teachers to meet the demands of the profession in the current age.

Elementary School Wellness Education

Jones & Bartlett. Gutek, G. (2014). Philosophical, ideological, and theoretical perspectives on education (2nd ed.). Pearson. Hellison, D. (2011). Teaching personal and social responsibility through physical activity (3rd ed.).

Author: Matthew Cummiskey

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9781718203433

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

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Health education and physical education are traditionally siloed—for no good reason, according to authors Matthew Cummiskey and Frances Cleland Donnelly. So, through Elementary School Wellness Education, the two authors provide a blueprint, complete with lesson plans, for teachers to fuse health education and physical education into one elementary school class. “Students should be educated in a more holistic manner,” says Cummiskey. “We applied the concept of school wellness education at the elementary level, which has components of both traditional health education and physical education.” Elementary School Wellness Education offers the following: 37 detailed lesson plans for grades K-5 (19 lessons for K-2 and 18 lessons for grades 3-5) that are tied to SHAPE America Outcomes and National Health Education Performance Indicators Clear instruction on how to apply the plans, making it perfect for both preservice and in-service teachers More than 70 lesson plan handouts (with four-color graphics), available in the HKPropel platform, that are easy for teachers to print A test package, presentation package, and instructor guide that make this ideal for existing and emerging teacher education courses A typical School Wellness Education (SWE) lesson combines classroom-based learning activities—such as discussions, worksheets, and videos—with physical activity. All the lessons in the book take place in the gymnasium, so there’s no need for a separate health education classroom. In addition, the SWE approach helps teachers maximize their instruction time by meeting multiple learning standards simultaneously. “The lessons are learning focused, with each activity carefully aligned to the objectives,” says Cleland Donnelly. “Moreover, they’re fun. Students aren’t sitting in a traditional classroom learning health; they’re doing it in the gym.” SWE also uses traditional PE equipment—and the gym—in new and creative ways, she adds. “This is especially important in schools that lack a separate health education classroom.” Elementary School Wellness Education addresses emergent pedagogies such as skill-based education, universal design for learning, social and emotional learning, and social justice, helping both in-service and preservice teachers understand how to use and benefit from these pedagogical approaches. It also guides readers in how to teach wellness education online as effectively as face-to-face. Teachers will learn how to teach the content in person, online, or in a hybrid approach. “The good news for teachers is that SWE is not a dramatic departure from existing instruction,” says Cummiskey. “Students are still moving and being taught in the gymnasium, but now health content and skills are being infused into all the lessons.” The book, he says, is also suitable for use by classroom teachers looking to promote wellness or incorporate additional physical activity into their students’ days. “The intent is to imbue students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to lead a healthy life into and through adulthood,” he says. Note: A code for accessing HKPropel is included with this ebook.

Reimagining Border in Cross border Education

Harvard Educational Review, 72(4), 425-464. doi:10.17763/ haer.72.4.0515nr62324n71p1 Gutek, G. D. (2014). Philosophical, ideological, and theoretical perspectives on education (2nd ed.). Chicago: Pearson. Hagopian, A., Thompson, M. J., ...

Author: Neeta Inamdar

Publisher: Manipal Universal Press

ISBN: 9788195573073

Category: Political Science

Page: 376

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Universities are inherently and definitionally universal in their quest for the creation and dissemination of knowledge. They are set to defy borders that exist in parochial forms. Globalization which opened up borders has by design or default created inequalities and imbalances in knowledge systems. Undoubtedly, knowledge is power but the difference in the power that is intrinsic to it and the power that is ascribed which is determined by dominant political and economic hierarchies. If knowledge predominantly flows from global north to global south, people seeking knowledge move from global south to global north. These imbalances are also seen within these regions, between cultures and communities, one claiming superiority over the other. These realities call for a reassessment of not only what constitutes knowledge, but also what encompasses the idea of borders. Through this book, we wish to see more elaboration on the inclusive role of education that can act as an equalizer or as a catalyst for creating a level playing field across borders.

Ethical Dilemmas in Schools

John Dewey's Philosophy of Value. ... Gutek, Gerald L. 2013. Philosophical, Ideological, and Theoretical Perspectives on Education. 2nd edn. ... Educational Theory 38 (2): 213–24. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1741-5446.1988.00213.x. 1993.

Author: Douglas J. Simpson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108491471

Category: Education

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A school's ethical life is studied as the authors examine ethical theories, everyday controversies, dilemmas, and decision-making.