6 edition of The Educational Imagination found in the catalog.
July 26, 2001
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||389|
Elizabeth Steiner, Monroe C. Beardsley, Ernest R. House, and Rochelle S. Mayer react to Elliot W. Eisner's book, "The Educational Imagination." Professor Eisner responds to their comments. (SJL)Author: Elizabeth Steiner. Haunting and the Educational Imagination is politically humane and intellectually electrifying.” – Tony Hoagland, Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Houston, National Book Award Finalist, teacher of high school English teachers, and author of Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty. BOLD VISIONS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH.
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This paperback reprint of the edition is a highly r /5. This paperback reprint of the edition is a highly regarded curriculum development book by one of the most prominent figures in the field.
It is designed to help readers understand the major approaches to curriculum planning and the formation of educational goals. In this edition, Eisner provides a conceptual framework that shows learners the different ways in which the aims of education.
Read an Excerpt. The third edition of The Educational Imagination emerges in the midst of a fresh new national effort at educational reform. Past efforts have been less than successful. Will the current effort with its emphasis on national goals and measured achievement, on national standards and public report cards, on national curriculum frameworks and national teacher certification Price: $ much of what he has to say has a resonance for a far wider readership.
Among his most noted works are The Educational Imagination (,) – an exploration of the design and evaluation of curriculum programmes); The Art of Educational Evaluation () – a collection of essays covering key aspects of his earlier work; Cognition and.
The Educated Imagination's beautiful twofold thesis is that: 1)it is vital for education to include thorough training of the imagination and 2)literature is the thing that trains the imagination. For a literary critic, Frye writes simply and poetically, and I was surprised by how quick and good to read and soul-filling this book is/5.
The Forms and Functions of Educational Connoisseurship and Educational Criticism. Some Examples of Educational Criticism. A Criticism of an Educational Criticism. Summing Up Some of the Major Points. Index. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary For. The educational imagination is the capacity to think critically beyond our located, daily experiences of education.
It breaks away from the immediacy of personal understanding by placing education within wider, deeper and longer : Wayne Hugo. Stir up kids' imagination and intellect with this list of educational books that will get young brains cooking.
These aren't just boring textbooks or things kids read in school. This list includes both fact and fiction and features mythology, poetry, puzzles, science, and history -- including some real-life characters whose stories are stranger. Haunting and the Educational Imagination is politically humane and intellectually electrifying.” – Tony Hoagland, Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Houston, National Book Award Finalist, teacher of high school English teachers, and author of Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty.
Cover design by Madison KuhnBrand: Sense Publishers. "Releasing the Imagination gives us a vivid portrait of the possibilities of human experience and education's role in its realization.
It is a welcome corrective to current pressures for educational conformity." ―Elliot W. Eisner, professor of education and art, Stanford UniversityCited by: As an educational consultant she investigates imaginative and ecological teaching practices, educational program design, educational change, and educational leadership.
Her latest books include Imagination and the Engaged Learner: Cognitive Tools for the Classroom (), Engaging Imagination in Ecological Education: Practical Strategies For.
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This book was inspired by papers developed for the 6th International Conference on Imagination and Education: Imaginative Practice, Imaginative Inquiry, held from 29 to 31 January,in Canberra, Australia.
Like the conference, this book seeks to connect a cross-section. The Educational Imagination provides some of this context.
If there is one idea that permeates these pages, it is the belief that no single educational program is appropriate for all children, everywhere, forever. Which educational values are appropriate for children and adolescents depends on the characteristics of those the program is /5(11).
Through revisions of The Educational Imagination (,), Eisner has refined the tool-kit he has provided for educational thinkers and practitioners who want to.
Reviews The Educational Imagination. Elliot W. Eisner. New "York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Reviewed by Louise M. Berman, Professor and Associate Dean, College of Education, University of Maryland, College Park. The Educational Imagination is one of the most penetrating, fresh, and useful books in the curriculum.
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Boundaries of the educational imagination. [Wayne Hugo] -- Boundaries of the Educational Imagination develops the educational imagination by answering six questions: What happens when we expand continuously outwards from one school to all the schools of the.
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