|Statement||[by] Lindley J. Stiles [and] Mattie F. Dorsey.|
|Series||Lippincott series in education|
|Contributions||Dorsey, Mattie F., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LB1607 .S85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 579 p.|
|Number of Pages||579|
|LC Control Number||50007002|
The first edition of Democratic Schools was praised by legions of education professionals for showing how to create schools and classrooms with democratic values in mind; it was hailed for its clear-eyed assessment of the important role schools /5. 3. Doing Women's Studies: Possibilities and Challenges in Democratic Praxis Cecilia Reynolds. 4. Democratic Empowerment and Secondary Teacher Education Thomas E. Kelly. 5. Teaching for Democracy: Preparing Teachers to Teach Democracy Keith Hillkirk. 6. Deliberately Developing Democratic . `This is an important book for anyone who is serious about introducing or sustaining democratic leadership in schools. Busy practitioners will get much from it by going straight to the chapters about how democratic leadership could be made to work`- Kate Myers, Times Educational Supplement`I found this an interesting and stimulating book. The book's . "Democratic Schools, Second Edition, shows in detail how educators can make a lasting difference by combining authentic, important lessons and a consistent, building- or system-wide focus on a critical and democratic education.
Dewey’s Democracy and Education is a landmark publication in education generally and philosophy of education in particular. Hence, the tributes and appraisals of the book as part of its . Democratic Schools There is no monolithic definition of democratic education or democratic schools. But what we mean here is “education in which young people have the freedom to organize their daily activities, and in which there is equality and democratic . Democratic schools are governed democratically, usually at weekly school meetings at which each student and staff member has one vote. The school meeting typically legislates all rules of behavior at the school and works out procedures for enforcing them, typically involving a jury composed of school . The Benefits of Democratic Education. As IDEA () states, democratic education’s goal is “to go outside the box of standardized one-size-fits-all education, so that young people are enthusiastic, .
Young people's influence and democratic education explores the teaching of democracy in school. In particular it relates to young peoples' responses and initiatives to change in formal education. Based on recent ethnographic investigations of Swedish upper secondary schools the book Format: Paperback. Book Features: Specific tools and strategies to help teachers engage students in democratic participation and action. Examples from varied teaching contexts, including elementary and secondary classrooms and independent, charter, and public schools. In their book, The Political Classroom: Evidence and Ethics in Democratic Education, Diana E. Hess and Paula McAvoy offer guidelines to these and other questions, using a study they . A society is more democratic when a person has more power to govern his or her own life as he or she sees fit. Democracy in Education while 'having a pedagogy that requires those skills .