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Francis W. Parker School Studies in Education, 1920 Vol. 6

By Kaplan, Andy

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Reproduction Date: 2014

Title: Francis W. Parker School Studies in Education, 1920 Vol. 6  
Author: Kaplan, Andy
Volume: Vol. 6
Language: English
Subject: Education
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Francis W. Parker School Studies in Education
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Publication Date:
1920
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press

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Frank, D. B. (1920). Francis W. Parker School Studies in Education, 1920 Vol. 6. Retrieved from http://worldebookfair.com/


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Description: Schools: Studies in Education is a refereed international education journal for pre K-12 educators, administrators, university professors, and others who work with school-aged students. Published biannually, Schools fills a long standing void in the world of educational publications, providing a forum to promote the scholarship and career growth of school educators by providing school teachers and others a rare space to explore, through stories and their related commentaries, the more dynamic and complex experiences of school life in ways that convey how human relationships, thoughts, and emotions shape the meaning of educational experience in schools. Schools distinguishes itself as an educational journal committed to furthering the valuable dialogue between education and psychoanalysis that finds few outlets today in public forums regarding the theory and practice of educational professional development. Each issue of Schools includes richly described interpretive accounts of how teachers, students, and others experience their social and psychological relationships to each other, to the curriculum, to the ways teachers and students learn, to the systemic and organizational dynamics of school culture—including the complex interactions among groups and between groups and their leaders—and to the structures that comprise the wider domains of society and the world. Contributors write in a variety of genres: scholarly articles based on theory and research, interpretive reflective essays, brief informal meditations and stories, and educationally relevant reviews of books, films, art exhibitions and musical performances. In addition, each issue features a reprint of an intriguing passage from a long-ago, previously written or published insight or reflection on education in schools.

 

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