Using the Gallery of Educational Thinkers

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Using the Gallery of Educational Theorists
©2000 Edward G. Rozycki

updated 2/10/09

Everyone analyzed in this gallery has had his or her theories investigated in eight areas of concern (click hyperlink for explanation of term):

What is Worth Knowing? What is Knowledge? What is the Human Being? What is Learning?

How is Knowledge to be Transmitted? What is Society? Who is to Have the Opportunity? What is Consensus?

These areas are the topical headings from sections of A Survey Of Attitudes And Beliefs About Education available on this site, which the reader can self-administer, then by using the synoptic form, also available on this site as Synopsis of The Educational Theory of ... the information from the survey will approximate in form the synopses to be found in the gallery. This enables an easy contrast and comparison between one's own personal theory of education and any of the gallery entries. See also related articles pertaining to: The relationship between philosophy and education The ISM's, constructivism, etc.: are they philosophies? How curriculum relates to philosophy of education

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Using the Gallery of Educational Thinkers

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Gallery of Synopses
Adler, Mortimer Alcott, A. Bronson Anthony, Susan B. Apple, Michael Aquinas, Thomas Aristotle Augustine Bagley, William Bantock, Geoffrey Barzun, Jacques Basedow, Johann Bennis, Warren Bestor, Arthur Conant, James Confucius Counts, George S. De La Salle, J. B. Dewey DuBois, W. E. B. Edelman, M. W. Engles, Friedrich Erasmus Fichte Flexner, A Fourier, Charles Freire, Paulo Locke, John Loyola, Ignatius Bloom, Allan Bloom, Benjamin Bourdieu, Pierre Bowles, Herbert Brameld, Theodore Bruner, Jerome Buber, Martin Calvin, John Carver, G. W. Chomsky, Noam Cicero Gadamer, Hans-Georg Gardner, Howard (I). Makarenko Gardner, Howard (II). Marx, Karl Gilligan, Carole Mann, Horace Greene, Maxine Maritain, Jacques Habermas, Jurgen Hall, G. Stanley McClelland, D Harris, William T. Melanchthon, Philip Hegel Mill, John Stuart Herbart Montessori (1) Hirsch, E. D. Mulcaster, Richard. Page 2 of 3

Hutchins, R.(vI & vII) Noddings, Nel Illich, Ivan Jefferson, Thomas Kant Kierkegaard Kilpatrick, Wm. Heard Kirk, Russell Kohl, Herbert Kohn, Alfie Kohlberg, Laurence Kozol, Jonathan Lancaster, Joseph Sartre, Jean Paul Schlechty, Phillip Sizer, Theodore Skinner, B. F. Luther, Martin Socrates Soyinka Spencer, H. Stanton, Eliz. Cady Maslow, Abraham Sternberg Tyler, Ralph Vygotsky Washington, B. T. West, Cornell White, A. D. Russell, Bertrand Ricoeur, Paul Rousseau, J. J. Quintilian Oakeshott, Michael Owen, Robert Pestalozzi, Johann Piaget, Jean Plato Perkins, D

Bethune, M. McCloud Froebel, Friedrich

Using the Gallery of Educational Thinkers

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Mulcaster, Richard. Comenius, Johann Comte, Auguste Hobbes Hume Husserl, Edmund Neill, A. S Nietzsche Whitehead, A. N.

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