Objectives and Perspectives in Education: Studies in Educational Theory 1955-1970

1st Edition

Ben Morris

Routledge
Published May 8, 2013
Reference - 284 Pages
ISBN 9780415860635 - CAT# Y152421

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Summary

Originally published in 1972, the emphasis of this book is on psychological and cultural understanding of education, in terms of persons and relationships, rather than processes. The book:

  • Deals with issues of continuing relevance for educational thought and practice, such as the education and training of teachers and diminishing the gap between schooling and education.
  • Considers the nature and function of educational research, the conflict between arts and sciences in education and the concept of guidance.
  • Examines teaching in its interpersonal context, and at the revolt of youth and the sexual revolution.
  • Assesses the influence of Freud, Winifred Mercier, William Boyd and Herbert Read.

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