Educational Research: Proofs, Arguments, and Other Reasonings

by Paul Smeyers

Publisher: Springer Netherlands in Dordrecht

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Statementedited by Paul Smeyers, Marc Depaepe
SeriesEducational Research -- 4
ContributionsDepaepe, Marc, SpringerLink (Online service)
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Open LibraryOL25555379M
ISBN 109789048132485, 9789048132492

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Prices and other details are subject to change without notice. All errors and omissions excepted. Smeyers, M. Depaepe (Eds.) Educational Research: Proofs, Arguments, and Other Reasonings Series: Educational Research, Vol. 4 This book is provocative and original in how it challenges prevailing.

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Edition: The other is that learning to do educational research is generally seen as a matter of being trained in empirical 'research methods'. The authors demonstrate, by contrast, that good educational research needs the rigorous thinking characteristic of philosophy, and that philosophical treatments themselves sometimes constitute such by: 6.

D.C. Phillips, Professor Emeritus of Education and Philosophy, Stanford University "In this book, a rich array of international scholars in the philosophy and history of education address a pressing concern in contemporary educational research and educational practice: the impact of information technology and networks.4/5(1).

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This phenomenon has been studied more in Europe than in North America and the U.K. and has been labelled Padagogisierung. The editors have chosen to use 'Educationalization' to identify the overall orientation or trend toward thinking about education as the focal point for addressing or solving.

What I shall attempt in this essay is an account of a practice and some of its entailments; and while one cannot verbalise a practice without offering a theory, it is my hope–seeing that we are all in some degree committed to a common practice – to stay as far as possible on this side of metatheory.

In this book distinguished philosophers and historians of education from six countries focus on the problematical nature of the search for 'what works' in educational contexts, in practice as well as in theory.

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Smeyers, P. & Depaepe, M. Dordrecht: Springer. Sources in the Making of Histories of Education: proofs, arguments and other reasonings from the historian’s workplace Marc Depaepe & Frank Simon (K.U. Leuven, Campus Kortrijk – University of Ghent) “Craftsmanship names an enduring, basic human impulse, the desire to do a job well for its own sake” (Sennett,9).

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Interpretation: The Space of Text. In Educational Research: The Importance and Effects of Institutional Spaces. Volume 7 of the series Educational Research. Smeyers, Paul Depaepe, Marc & Keiner, Edwin Springer.

Smith, R.D. The Theology of Education to Come. In Educational Research: The Attraction of Psychology. Springer. 6: Educational research: Proofs, arguments, and other reasonings: The language of education, Dordrecht: Springer.

Hodgson, N. () ‘The educationalisation of social problems and the educationalisation of educational research: the example of citizenship education’ in Smeyers, P. and Depaepe, M. Modern kinds of oral sources can be represented by oral scientists‟ reports, speeches in debates, discussions of educational issues, on-line pedagogical conferences and webinars etc.

However, some of them can exist in traditional forms too (they are scientists‟ speeches; consultations of scholars; discussions of educational issues). 23 Sources in the Making of Histories of Education: Proofs, Arguments and Other Forms of Reasoning from the Historian's Workplace M.

Depaepe F. Simon. Originally published in: P. SMEYERS & M. DEPAEPE (ed.), Educational Research: Proof, Arguments, and Other Reasonings (Dordrecht, Springer, ) Pages:.

Labaree, David F. (). Educational formalism and the language of goals in American education, educational reform, and educational history.

In Paul Smeyers & Marc Depaepe (Eds.), Educational research: Proofs, arguments, and other reasonings (pp. ). Dordrecht: Springer.Modern kinds of oral sources can be represented by oral scientists’ reports, speeches in debates, discussions of educational issues, on-line pedagogical conferences and webinars etc.

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