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Author Elliott, John, Dip. Phil. Ed.

Title Curriculum, pedagogy and educational research : the work of Lawrence Stenhouse / edited by John Elliott and Nigel Norris
Published Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (171 pages)
Contents Front Cover; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Educational Research; Copyright Page; Contents; Notes on contributors; Introduction: John Elliott and Nigel Norris; 1. Lawrence Alexander Stenhouse: an educational life: Nigel Norris; 2. Culture: a neglected concept: Richard Pring; 3. An alternative to the objectives model: the process model for the design and development of curriculum: Mary James; 4. Teaching controversial issues, the idea of the 'teacher as researcher' and contemporary significance for citizenship education: John Elliott
5. Case study and the contemporary history of education: Ivor Goodson6. Research as a basis for teaching: Lawrence Stenhouse; 7. The Stenhouse legacy: John Elliott and Nigel Norris; Lawrence Stenhouse: selected bibliography; Index
Summary Lawrence Stenhouse was one of the most distinguished, original and influential educationalists of his generation. His theories about curriculum, curriculum development, pedagogy, teacher research, and research as a basis for teaching remain compelling and fresh and continue to be a counterpoint to instrumental and technocratic thinking in education. In this book, renowned educationalists describe Stenhouse's contribution to education, explore the contemporary relevance of his thinking and bring his work and legacy to the attention of a wide range of students, teachers, teacher educators and ot
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Subject Stenhouse, Lawrence.
Education -- Great Britain -- Philosophy.
Form Electronic book
Author Norris, Nigel.
ISBN 0203818113