Teachers and Mentors: Profiles of Distinguished Twentieth-Century Professors of Education

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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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A collection of essays written by successful academics depicting their relationships with the professors who served as their models and mentors. The authors and their subjects explain their vision of the academic life sustained by a community and perpetuated through the life and work of teachers and their students. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815317463
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 3/28/1996
  • Series: Source Books on Education Series, #48
  • Pages: 310
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 3
Pt. I Three Generations: Teaching Expectations 15
1 Charles Hubbard Judd: As I Came To Know Him 19
2 Lessons Learned from Ralph W. Tyler 29
3 Benjamin Bloom, Values and the Professoriate 45
Pt. II Standing for the Good: Professing and Social Responsibility 55
4 Hilda Taba: The Congruity of Professing and Doing 59
5 Boyd H. Bode: The Professor and Social Responsibility 71
6 H. Gordon Hullfish: Teaching From the Fire Inside 81
7 Apprentice Thorndike 95
Pt. III Modeling the Passion To Understand 101
8 From the Classrooms of Stanford to the Alleys of Amsterdam: Elliot Eisner as Pedagogue 105
9 Doing Philosophy: Maxine Greene and the Pedagogy of Possibility 117
10 In Class with Philip W. Jackson 127
11 Laura Zirbes: A Teacher of Teachers 139
Pt. IV Extending an Invitation To Share a Journey 147
12 Harold Alberty, Teacher and Guide 151
13 Florence B. Stratemeyer: Teacher Educator for a Free People 163
14 Alice Miel: Exemplar of Democracy Made Real 173
15 The Longevity of a Good Mentor: J. Harlan Shores 185
Pt. V Mutuality, Dignity, and Generosity of Spirit 195
16 Hollis Caswell and the Practice of Education 199
17 Memories of Harold Rugg 207
18 William Heard Kilpatrick: Respecter of Individuals and Ideas 217
19 William Van Til: The Consistent Progressive 225
Pt. VI Civility, a Project Pertaining to the Public World 233
20 George S. Counts as a Teacher: A Reminiscence 237
21 The Dignity and Honor of Virgil Clift 245
22 Educating Civility: The Political Pedagogy of James B. Macdonald 251
Epilogue: Professorial Dreams and Mentoring: A Personal View 257
Bibliography 269
Contributors 286
Index 288
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