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Non-Western educational traditions

alternative approaches to educational thought and practice

by Timothy G. Reagan

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Published by L. Erlbaum Associates in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Comparative education,
  • Education -- Philosophy,
  • Educational anthropology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-248) and indexes.

    StatementTimothy Reagan.
    SeriesSociocultural , political, and historical studies in education
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB43 .R43 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 263 p. :
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL50356M
    ISBN 100805834508
    LC Control Number99054729

    Non-Western Educational Traditions: Local Approaches to Thought and Practice CDN$ Only 2 left in stock. This text provides a brief yet comprehensive overview of a number of non-Western approaches to educational thought and practice. Its premise is that understanding the ways that other people educate their children--as well as what counts /5(9).   Full E-book Non-Western Educational Traditions: Indigenous Approaches to Educational Thought and.

      It is a response to feedback about the problems inherent in our general discourse about "culture," and in addition provides an example of a culture that is near to us but nevertheless alien-the culture of the Deaf-World.*Chapter 9-which deals with Islam and traditional Muslim education-has been substantially revised.*The subtitle of the Third. This book is open access under a CC BY license. This volume argues for the need of a common ground that bridges leadership studies, curriculum theory, and Didaktik. It proposes a non-affirmative education theory and its core concepts along with .

      Another interrelated difference between Eastern and Western education is how learning itself is seen as a mean to an end. Eastern systems often instill moral value in education. In China in particular, students follow the learning tradition founded by Confucius, who emphasized the vital role of education in bringing honor to one’s self. This text provides a brief yet comprehensive overview of a number of non-Western approaches to educational thought and practice. Its premise is that understanding the ways that other people educate their children as well as what counts for them as "education" may help us think more clearly about some of our own assumptions and values, and to become more open to .


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Table of Contents. Chapter 1 Non-Western Educational Traditions. Chapter 2 ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly’: The Western Educational Tradition. Chapter 3 ‘A Wise Child is Talked to in Proverbs’: Indigenous Education Thought and Practice in Africa.

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Its premise is that understanding the ways that other people educate their children—as well as what counts for them as "education"—may help readers to think more clearly about some of their own.

Table of Contents. Chapter 1 Non-Western Educational Traditions. Chapter 2 ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly’: The Western Educational Tradition. Chapter 3 ‘A Wise Child is Talked to in Proverbs’: Indigenous Education Thought and Practice in Africa.

Chapter 4 ‘No Gift is Better than Education’: Educational Thought and Practice in the Islamic WorldAuthor: Timothy Reagan. The history of education, as taught in the United States and in the West generally, has focused primarily on how Western educational tradition emerged.

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An Introduction to the Study of Non-Western and Indigenous Educational Traditions: A Philosophical Starting Point. Conceptualizing Culture: "I, We, and the Other." "A Wise Child Is Talked to in Proverbs": Indigenous African Educational Thought and Practice.

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Contents: Preface. The Study of Non-Western Educational Traditions. Traditional African Educational Thought and Practice. The Meso-American Educational Experience: The Case of the Aztecs. Education in Pre-Columbian North America. The Chinese Educational Heritage.

Hinduism and Education in Classical India. The Buddhist Educational Tradition. on several non-Western traditions presented in his book, Reagan () observed that the notion of some adults being teachers with “specialized knowledge and expertise not held by others” (p.

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