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By Gary D. Fenstermacher

ISBN-10: 0807738093

ISBN-13: 9780807738092

This article has been thoroughly revised to bolster the connections among theories of educating and the perform of educating. delivering wealthy descriptions of philosophical and ancient conceptions of training, this variation keeps utilizing the structure of the 3 techniques and case examine dilemmas.

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In the executive approach, the y is specialized knowledge. Teacher and learner come together for the purpose of the learner's acquiring specific knowledge and skills. When the specialized knowledge and skills are mastered to some agreed level of competence (often determined by scores on tests), the E-P card is awarded to the learner. The x for the executive teacher is content selected by the teacher or curriculum specialist. In contrast, the therapist teacher is committed to assisting S to learn the x of his choice.

If the researchers could show that what goes on in schools does account for some of the variance in student achievement, the government's past investment in education would be vindicated and future investment continued. At first the research programs yielded little. But gradually findings began to emerge showing that teachers do make a difference (one of the key books at the time was entitled Teachers Make a Difference 10) and that what happens in schools does account for some of the variance in student achievement.

Neill had founded and successfully run Summerhill, a school where students were free to choose to attend class or not and even to decide if they wanted to learn to read or do math. 3 In the United States, Paul Goodman was one of the harshest and most read of the social critics. 4 Goodman's most pungent criticisms of education, however, are not in Growing Up Absurd, but in Compulsory Mis-Education5 and in the many articles he wrote for magazines and journals. Writing for the Saturday Review in 1968, he strongly endorsed the view that we can "educate the young entirely in terms of their free choice, with no processing whatever.

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