Παρασκευή, 29 Μαρτίου 2013

History of Education


History of Education


   Vol.42, n°2, mars 2013

 
  • Cylinders and séances: Elise van Calcar and the spirit of Froebel, Nelleke Bakker
  • Little prisoners of city streets’: London elementary schools and the School Journey Movement, 1918–1939, Hester Barron
  • Rural schoolteachers and the pressures of community life: local and cosmopolitan coping strategies in mid-twentieth-century Finland, Erkko Anttila & Ari Väänänen
  • Ontario’s Plowden Report: British influence on Canadian education in the 1960s, Kurt W. Clausen
  • Secularists, Humanists and religious education: religious crisis and curriculum change in England, 1963–1975, Rob Freathy & Stephen G. Parker
  • Just a book in a library? The Sybil Campbell Library Collection fostering international friendship amongst graduate women, Stephanie Spencer


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