Cloth $38.00 ISBN: 9780226601724 Published June 2001

Education Across a Century

The Centennial Volume

Edited by Lyn Corno

Education Across a Century
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Edited by Lyn Corno

Distributed for The National Society for the Study of Education

400 p. (est.)
400 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2001
Cloth $38.00 ISBN: 9780226601724 Published June 2001
NSSE's centennial volume emphasizes historically important educational themes in the context of the present and future; distinguished contributors look both at enduring, broad concerns (from curriculum and diversity to the psychology of learning) and specific trends in subject areas.
The National Society for the study of Education
Board of Directors of the Society, 2000-2001; Contributors to the Yearbook
Editor's Preface
Chapter 1: Curriculum Making, Models, Practices and Issues: A Knowledge Fetish? Frances Schoonmaker
Chapter 2: Changing Conceptions of Learning: A Century of Progress in the Scientific Study of Education, Richard E. Mayer
Chapter 3: A Shifting Social Context: NSSE Looks at Equity in Schools and Classrooms, Elizabeth G. Cohen
Chapter 4: Individual Differences and Diversity in Twentieth-Century Classrooms, Nancy E. Perry and Philip H. Winne
Chapter 5: Whither Early Childhood Care and Education in the Next Century? Stacie G. Goffin
Chapter 6: A Century of NSSE Publications on Reading, Richard L. Venezky
Chapter 7: Legitimacy in the Social Studies Curriculum, Stephen J. Thornton
Chapter 8: Modern Content and the Enterprise of Science: Science Education in the Twentieth Century, Joseph Krajcik, Rachel Mamlok, and Barbara Hug
Chapter 9: Mathematics Education in the Twentieth Century, Alan H. Schoenfeld
Chapter 10: The Social Foundation of Education: School and Society in a Century of NSSE, Steve Tozer with the assistance of Ilhan Avcioglu
Name Index
Subject Index
Publications of the Society
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