From Plato To Piaget: The Greatest Educational Theorists From Across the Centuries and Around the World / Edition 1 available in Paperback
The authors of this book consult fifteen thinkers, from various fields, who have a profound understanding of the important role that education plays in our world. Each chapter opens with an Introduction and concludes with a discussion and questions.
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About the Author
William Cooney, PhD is Professor of Philosophy, Hodges University, Charles Cross, PhD is professor of Education at Edinboro University, and Barry Trunk, PhD is a Professor of Psychology at Capella University.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Plato, Plato's Cave: On Breaking the Chains of Ignorance Chapter 3 Confucius, Confucius, The Master Teacher Chapter 4 John Locke, Locke On Developing Good Habits Chapter 5 Jean Jacques Rousseau, Rousseau On Keeping Education Natural Chapter 6 Johann Frederich Herbart, Herbart On the Education of Moral Character Chapter 7 Horace Mann, Mann's Purposes of Education Chapter 8 William James, James On the Laws of Habit Chapter 9 Booker T. Washington, Washington On Achieving Social Equality Chapter 10 John Dewey, Dewey On Society and Education Chapter 11 Maria Montessori, Montessori: My System of Education Chapter 12 Carl Rogers, Rogers On Becoming a Person Chapter 13 B.F. Skinner, Skinner On Contingency Management in the Classroom Chapter 14 Shinichi Suzuki, Suzuki On the Intellectual Development of the Child Chapter 15 Conclusion Chapter 16 Bibliography
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