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Pages: 127
Published: 2005
ISBN: 0-9697253-3-7
Price: $18.99 USD

William Hare & John P. Portelli

From progressive education to postmodernism, inquiry to imagination, and media literacy to multiculturalism, a wide range of important and intriguing notions is explored and examined in the context of recent discussions. The result is a network of educational ideas that will be valuable to theorists and practitioners alike.



Some Reviews of Key Questions for Educators

The essays in this collection offer clear, insightful discussions of important and complex topics that are relevant to anyone interested in the educational process.
Dr. Helenrose Fives, College of Education and Human Services, Montclair State University, NJ, USA

This book is exceptionally strong. It is easily accessible (and small enough) such that it would be very useful (and handy) to the student new to the field; at the same time readers gain access to introductions to topics by some of the leading thinkers in education. William Hare and John Portelli have once again done an excellent service to the study of foundations by putting together this text.
Dr. Donald Kerr, Faculty of Education, Lakehead University, ON, Canada

This is an original collection of essays about central concepts in contemporary educational discourse. The contributors are well-known educational thinkers from the UK, US, Canada, Australia and Singapore. They do an exceptional job of highlighting the central issues while being engaging, provocative and informative - all the more remarkable in light of their brevity. I would have loved to have this resource as a student. As a teacher at a faculty of education I am excited to share it with my students.  I highly recommend the book. It offers an inspirational and informative vision of education.
Dr. Carlo Ricci, Faculty of Education, Nipissing University, ON, Canada

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