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Title Knowledge, power, and learning / edited by Carrie Paechter ... [and others]
Published London : P. Chapman in association with Open University ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 2001


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 MELB  370.115 Pae/Kpa  AVAILABLE
Description xi, 186 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Learning matters
Learning matters.
Contents Machine derived contents note: Introduction - Carrie Paechter -- Knowledge, Power and Learning -- Power, Gender and Curriculum - Carrie Paechter -- Blurring the Binaries - Doreen Massey -- High-Tech in Cambridge -- Meeting Individual Learner Needs - Richard Edwards -- Power, Subject, Subjection -- Telling a Story about Research and Research as Story-Telling - Robin Usher -- Postmodern Approaches to Social Research -- Apprenticeship as a Conceptual Basis for a Social Theory of Learning - David Guile and Michael Young -- Questioning the Concept of the Learning Organization - Tara Fenwick -- What Is Skill and How Is It Acquired? - John Sloboda -- Theories of Professional Expertise - Michael Eraut -- Teaching Self-Teaching - Pip Eastop -- Computers and the Teacher's Role - Peter Scrimshaw -- The Information Super-Highway and Postmodernity - Jane Kenway -- The Social Promise and the Social Price -- Schooling and the Ownership of Knowledge - Carrie Paechter
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Critical pedagogy.
Education -- Effect of technological innovations on.
Postmodernism and education.
Author Paechter, Carrie F.
Open University.
LC no. 2001269473
ISBN 0761969365
0761969373 (paperback)