Education Reform: The Unwinding of Intelligence and Creativity
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Education Reform: the Unwinding of Intelligence and Creativity features cases and examples from schools in Australia, the USA, and Britain. It offers a breadth of coverage, from early childhood to effective teaching and learning to teacher pay and conditions, standardized testing and public and private (independent) schooling and universities as well as creativity. It also includes summaries of educational policies in many developed countries.
Reforms which emphasize concern for early childhood, school leadership and respect for teachers are contrasted with ones based on standardized tests, private schools and sacking bad teachers.
Foreword.- Preface.- Chapter 1 Introduction.- Chapter 2 A Word on Economics.- Chapter 3 Community and Inequality – Part 1: Creating an Enabling Environment.- Chapter 4 Community and Inequality.- Part 2 – Australia.- Chapter 5 Early Childhood: A World of Relationships.- Chapter 6 Effective Teaching and Learning.- Part 1: John Hattie, Graham Nuthall and Jonathan Osborne.- Chapter 7 Effective Teaching and Learning.- Part 2: Lessons from the US.- Chapter 8 Teacher Pay, Performance and Leadership.- Chapter 9 Public or Private Schools, Tests and League Tables, Parental Choice and Competition in Australia, the USA and Britain.- Chapter 10 Curriculum Matters.- Chapter 11 Creativity to Free Choice Learning.- Chapter 12 International Comparisons.- Chapter 13 Universities and Tertiary Education.- Chapter 14 Policy Development in Education and Schooling in Australia.- Chapter 15 Concluding Essay – What have we learned and where are we going?.- Index.
Examines teaching, learning, teacher employment, school leadership, university education, and relevant recent trends
Includes summaries of educational policies in many developed countries
Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras