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Substance, Judgment, and Evaluation: Seeking the Worth of a Liberal Arts, Core Text Education
     

Substance, Judgment, and Evaluation: Seeking the Worth of a Liberal Arts, Core Text Education

by Patrick T. Flynn
 

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Substance, Judgment and Evaluation: Seeking the Worth of a Liberal Arts, Core Text Education selectively presents the thoughts of scholars and teachers of liberal arts, core text education on how their programs formulate and advance a "value-centered" education. What emerges from this selection is the wide scope of core text programs underlying the semantic

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Substance, Judgment and Evaluation: Seeking the Worth of a Liberal Arts, Core Text Education selectively presents the thoughts of scholars and teachers of liberal arts, core text education on how their programs formulate and advance a "value-centered" education. What emerges from this selection is the wide scope of core text programs underlying the semantic intention of words such as "value-centered," "judgment," or even "liberal arts" or "collegiate" and "colleague." This volume records the cooperation and thoughtful consideration of faculty from a wide range of higher education institutions - research universities, comprehensive universities, colleges, and community colleges - who have chosen to come together to form such programs across North America. This volume should be of value to any dean, director, or faculty member who seeks to work with colleagues and texts across disciplines to form a coherent undergraduate program of study within general education.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461664451
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
06/10/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
254
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Patrick Flynn is a professor of philosophy, Jean-Marie Kauth is an assistant professor of language and literature, and Kevin Doyle is a professor of business administration at Benedictine University.
J. Scott Lee is executive director of the Association for Core Texts and Courses and series editor of ACTC's Selected Proceedings.

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