Education

 

Curriculum Studies
The Reconceptualization
These groundbreaking essays have become foundational to the field of curriculum studies. The contributors are curriculum theorists who represent an avant-garde of the movement.
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The Path Less Taken
Immanent Critique in Curriculum and Pedagogy
James G. Henderson argues that a well-developed criticism in education addresses the dual challenges of establishing critical distance and embodying constructive change, requiring the critic to cultivate ethical fidelity through disciplined learning. In effect, he argues that the mature education critic must work as a lead learner.
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Using Children’s Literature to Learn about Disabilities and Illness
Second Edition
This book incorporates 10 years of research into a thoughtful guide for parents and professionals to help young children learn about disabilities and illnesses through children’s literature
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Using Children’s Literature to Learn about Disabilities and Illness Top
Second Edition
This book incorporates 10 years of research into a thoughtful guide for parents and professionals to help young children learn about disabilities and illnesses through children’s literature
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Women and Pedagogy
Education through Autobiographical Narrative
This volume will take readers on a journey through the non-fiction personal life stories of one woman educator as she relates events from childhood to very mature adulthood. Readers will recognize themselves in some of Burke’s challenging, humorous, and emotionally complex conundrums.
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