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by Colin Wringe

  • ISBN: 0043701728
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Colin Wringe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Unwin Hyman (May 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 120
  • ePub book: 1232 kb
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Colin Wringe (born 1937) is a British educational theorist and Reader in Education at Keele University, where he is an honorary fellow of the School of Social Science and Public Policy. He is best known for his works on moral education. Children's rights: a philosophical study (Routledge, 1981). Democracy, schooling, and political education (Routledge, 1984). Understanding educational aims (Unwyn Hyman, 1988).

This book explores traditional educational aims such as developing the potential and autonomy of individuals or the promotion of rationality as well as more contemporary and often controversial ones

This book explores traditional educational aims such as developing the potential and autonomy of individuals or the promotion of rationality as well as more contemporary and often controversial ones.

This book explorestraditional educational aims such as developing the potential and autonomy of individuals or the promotion of rationality as well as more contemporary and often controversial ones. This book is essential reading both for students and teachers.

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Understanding Educational Aims. This book explorestraditional educational aims such as developing the potential and autonomy of individuals or the promotion of rationality as well as more contemporary and often controversial ones. Preface; Part I: Introduction; 1. Aims: Who Needs Them?

Understanding Educational Aims. Allen & Unwin (1988). Teaching Education Aims and objectives Education Philosophy Social values. Similar books and articles. This article has no associated abstract. Philosophy of Education in Philosophy of Social Science. categorize this paper).

Bilingual education and bilingualism. Professor Colin Baker, University of Wales, Bangor and Nancy Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania. Other Books in the Series. As a US bilingual educator, first a classroom practitioner and then an instructor of other bilingual teachers, I am poignantly aware of how important it is to bring Baker's multiple vision to classroom teachers; for teachers are often caught between administrative policies, parental requests, children's needs, and their own abilities and attitudes. The image of their classroom then becomes the only reality they see through their limited lens.

After a focus on systems of bilingual education, the book proceeds to. .

To classify people as either bilinguals or monolinguals is thus too simplistic.

This text, first published in 1988, examines the underlying rationale of educational aims as applied to individual pupils, social policies and supposedly intrinsic values. This book explores traditional educational aims such as developing the potential and autonomy of individuals or the promotion of rationality as well as more contemporary and often controversial ones. The author provides a clear and balanced justification of educational aims which teachers need in order to combat the rhetoric of changing fashion or the pressures of political and managerial opportunism. This book is essential reading both for students and teachers.