From Plato to Piaget: The Greatest Educational Theorists from Across the Centuries and Around the World

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From Plato to Piaget: The Greatest Educational Theorists from Across the Centuries and Around the World

From Plato to Piaget The Greatest Educational Theorists from Across the Centuries and Around the World The authors of this book consult fifteen thinkers from various fields who have a profound understanding of the important role that education plays in our world Each chapter opens with an Introductio

  • Title: From Plato to Piaget: The Greatest Educational Theorists from Across the Centuries and Around the World
  • Author: William Cooney
  • ISBN: 9780819190109
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • The authors of this book consult fifteen thinkers, from various fields, who have a profound understanding of the important role that education plays in our world Each chapter opens with an Introduction and concludes with a discussion and questions.

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    One thought on “From Plato to Piaget: The Greatest Educational Theorists from Across the Centuries and Around the World

    1. Susan on said:

      Either I didn't get a lot of theory in my master's in education or it didn't stick, so I'm trying to make up for some lost time. This was a good primer to get started.

    2. Jeff on said:

      I'm actually shocked that I liked this book enough to give it 5 stars. It's eye-opening to me to see the many consistencies in educational philosophy across time, with a relatively fewer number of differences. The book does not directly address the educational issues of our time, but is clear even to me that our "modern" educational system in America needs a lot of work and has lost its way. Excellent, thought-provoking book!

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