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Author: Gene Lamb
ISBN13: 978-0382181306
Title: School as a Social/Cultural System (Foundations of education series)
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Pages: 49

School as a Social/Cultural System (Foundations of education series) by Gene Lamb

More than any other field in education, the social and cultural foundations of education reflect many of the conflicts, tensions, and forces in American society. This is hardly surprising, since the area focuses on issues such as race, gender, socioeconomic class, the impact of technology on learning, what it means to be educated, and the role of teaching and learning in a societal context. The Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education provides a comprehensive introduction to the social and cultural foundations of education. В· Provides an interdisciplinary perspective from areas such as comparative education, educational anthropology, educational sociology, the history of education, and the philosophy of education. В· Presents essays on major movements in the field, including the Free School and Visual Instruction movements.

Articulating the purpose of a social foundations of education course through instructor self-interviews. Studying Teacher Education, 9(3), 203-218.

What is the purpose of schooling? What is the purpose of schooling? That is the question, isn’t it? Neil Postman said, without a purpose, schools are houses of detention, not attention (1995, . ). Therefore, school must be given a purpose, but how is that done? It proves to be as difficult and contestable as the purpose of life. There are many reasons why there is schooling and why it is essential, but some also argue, no longer necessary.

Social Foundations of Education draws upon several disciplines and fields to examine education, namely history, philosophy, comparative/ international education, cultural studies, sociology, and political science.

The Foundations/ Cultural Studies Nexus: An Emerging Movement in the Education Field. 3) Key in the approval process was a letter from Bob Donmoyer, Director of the School of Educational Policy and Leadership, to the Office of Academic Affairs. Donmoyer argued that as "education is a public policy field rather than an academic discipline," educating people who take on very different sorts of jobs as is typical of the professional schools, co-existence should be no problem. Several sites of a cultural studies approach to education were listed as well as journals and book series as a way to "situate our institution in the vanguard of an emerging movement within the education field. 4). 1990-1995, The Canon Wars in Education: To get to this place of University approval was no small feat.

The focus of the course was to engage non-educators in discussions about American schooling. Grammar Alive: A Guide for Teachers by Brock Haussamen - National Council of Teachers of English This book is a resource for college teachers who wonder what to do about grammar - how to teach it, how to apply it. It offers teachers ways to negotiate the often conflicting goals of testing, confident writing,.

Cultural Foundations of Learning Western and East Asian people hold fundamentally different beliefs about learning that influence how they approach childrearing and education Surprisingly, Goethe’s Faust was also translated, along with other important Western works, into Chinese, and therefore it served as an inspiration for a New Cultural Movement in China during the early twentieth century. 2 My late mother remembered seeing the book as a middle-school girl in the 1930s in her school’s library in a rural Chinese town where only. Cultural Foundations of Learning. by origin, taught at the same college and to this date attests that he had never – and has never since – seen such a sight on any of the campuses of some twelve American colleges and universities where he has taught. He still could not believe the level of these Chinese students’ dedication to their learning.

Table of Contents for Social and Cultural Foundations of American Education. Philosophy and Ethics. Dynamic Learning Environment. The History of American Education. Educational Change and the Future of Education. Some of the Barriers to Effective Education. The Forgotten Half: Those Who Do Not Succeed in American Schools. Administering the Schools. Curriculum Development. Technology in Education.

d) They are social agencies of cultural transmission. a) A greater demand for better education. a) Social classes differ from one another in many ways which are important for education. b) Teachers also come from different social classes. c) Students belong to different social classes. b) As it stands for the good life in general, it is the critic of society and all its institutions.

A Foundations of Education course may address some of the same topics, but the focus is always on understanding how things became the way they are by studying the history and underpinnings of current practices. Assumptions about human beings – who they are and what they value – are the driving forces of education in the past and the present. The role of the school in social process and socio-economic development (through managing human resources) is also discussed. The concept of society and culture. Human resources and professional development. Learning theory tells us to teach children as individuals who learn in their own unique manner.