The Kind of Schools We Need: Personal Essays / Edition 1by Elliot W Eisner
In a long and distinguished career, Eisner has given eloquent voice to the concerns of those who decry the marginalization of the arts in school curriculums. Now, for the first time ever, readers will have access to his best essays in one concise volume.See more details below
In a long and distinguished career, Eisner has given eloquent voice to the concerns of those who decry the marginalization of the arts in school curriculums. Now, for the first time ever, readers will have access to his best essays in one concise volume.
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- Age Range:
- 5 - 17 Years
Table of ContentsCognition and Representation
The Celebration of Thinking
Aesthetic Modes of Knowing
Cognition and Representation: A Way to Pursue the American Dream?
The Arts and Their Role in Education
What the Arts Taught Me About Education
The Education of Vision
The Misunderstood Role of the Arts in Human Development
Does Experience in the Arts Boost Academic Achievement?
Rethinking Educational Research
The Meaning of Alternative Paradigms for Practice
Forms of Understanding and the Future of Educational Research
Reshaping Assessment in Education
What Artistically Crafted Research Can Help Us Understand About Schools
The Practice and Reform of Schools
Educational Reform and the Ecology of Schools
Standards for American Schools: Help or Hindrance?
What a Professor Learned in the Third Grade
Preparing Teachers for the Twenty-first Century
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