Life Stories: Exploring Issues in Educational History Through Biography consists of 13 essays, each of which offers perspective on one of four key questions that have long drawn scholarly attention: What should schools teach? Who gets to decide? How should educators adapt to a changing world to provide opportunity for all students? How should educatorsa experiences be interpreted for future audiences? The book is written to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the International Society for Educational Biography and its journal, Vitae Scholasticae. All of the essays have appeared in the journal, and they are set in a variety of educational environments that span 174 years. Taken together, the essays demonstrate the important contributions that biography can make to educational history. Life Stories would be of interest to educational biographers and historians for use in their own scholarly work. Instructors might also consider assigning Life Stories as a required text in educational history courses.Columbia University, and later provided funds for similar travel to other locations in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and North ... With classes held at times convenient for the housewife, courses included interior decorating, cooking, rug making, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Linda C. Morice, Laurel Puchner|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2013-12-01|