by Tom Gage

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BN ID: 2940148604778
Publisher: Cune Press
Publication date: 10/29/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 829 KB

About the Author

Professor Tom Gage has enjoyed a successful half-century career in education and taught graduate courses for over three decades at Humboldt State University. His interests range from John Steinbeck to Captain Bill Jones, a colorful figure from the life of Andrew Carnegie. Dr. Gage�s book G�len�s Dialogue on Education: A Caravanserai of Ideas is a freewheeling exploration that connects the educational innovator James Moffett to the Turkish educator and inspirational figure Fethullah G�len to John Dewey to Montessori and more.
Gage has been involved with the Middle East since the 1950s. Following a year of hitchhiking that landed him in Damascus in 1959, he returned to the University of California at Berkeley where earned BA, MA, and PhD degrees. He is a Fulbright scholar who taught in Aleppo, Syria for an academic year in 1983 and has also taught in China, Turkey, and Greece.
In the 1970s, Gage served as dean of three summer programs held in eight European nations. He has authored, co-authored, and edited / consulted on twenty books. In 2013, his e-book American Prometheus was recognized with two Silver awards from the Independent Book Publishers Association, one in history for �eLit Illuminating Digital Publishing Excellence� and the other for the �Best Regional E-Book� for the eastern region of the US. For more: www.gagepage.org As Professor Emeritus of the California State University system, Gage continues to teach in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Humboldt campus. Over the last decades, he has interviewed academics and authors on TV and has initiated and participated in the development of software that won the �Best of the Best Award in Educational Software� of the Association of Supervision and Instruction for the year 2000.

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