Analyzes major trends and primary sources in philosophy of education, drawing mainly from the 20th century. Movements covered will include pragmatism, concept analysis, phenomenology, feminism, and Marxism/Critical theory. This course is required of all Philosophy of Education graduate students. See Course in Course Explorer
Prerequisite: An appropriate 300- and 400-level coursework in philosophy, philosophy of education, or consent of the instructor.
|001||Lecture-Discussion||8/24/2015 - 12/9/2015||Burbules, N||T||04:00 PM - 06:50 PM||17 Education Building|