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Conceptions of Schooling. Created by: Desirae Lovato Kelsey Smith Kathryn Van Velson Shannon Reed Justin Jergensen Natalie Salazar. E.D.Hirsch. Earned PhD from Yale University in 1957 Began as English professor Cultural Literacy 1977-The Philosophy of Composition. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Howard Gardner

Conceptions of SchoolingCreated by: Desirae LovatoKelsey SmithKathryn Van VelsonShannon ReedJustin JergensenNatalie Salazar E.D.Hirsch

Earned PhD from Yale University in 1957

Began as English professor

Cultural Literacy 1977-The Philosophy of Composition

Major ContributionsDefinition of Cultural Literacy

The Core Knowledge Foundation (1986) Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to know (1987)

Philosophy of Core Knowledge Controversy with EducationTeachers have a better understanding of their communities necessities.Why it works50/50 Commonality amongst faculty

Howard Gardner

I think tolerating a certain degree of failure-not because it's good for you but because it's a necessary part of growth-is a very important part of the message the leadership can give.If I know you're very good in music, I can predict with just about zero accuracy whether you're going to be good or bad in other things.67 years young Major ContributionsThe Good Work Project

Project Zero

Multiple Intelligence

Maxine Greene

Only a teacher in search of his freedom can inspire a student to search for his own. -Maxine GreeneBiographyDecember 22, 1917-American Educational PhilosopherExistentialismAuthor of 7 booksSocial Activist for the imaginationTeacher

Major ContributionsExistentialist EducationThe Dialectic of FreedomReleasing the Imagination: Essays on Education, the Arts, and Social ChangeMaxine Greene Foundation for Social Imagination, the Arts & Education

Work CitedAyers, W, & Miller, J. (1998). A Light in the dark times: maxine greene and the unfinished conversation. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Cultural literacy: What every american. (2010). E.D. Hirsch, Jr. Retrieved April 14, 2010, from Core Knowledge Foundation website: http://www.coreknowledge.org/mimik/mimik_live_data/view.php?id=1833&record_id=20

Dosamantes, D. (2007). The Maxine greene foundation for imagination, the arts & education. Retrieved from http://www.maxinegreene.org/foundation.html

E. Donald Hirsch Jr. [Distinguished Visiting Fellow]. (2010). Retrieved April 14, 2010, from Stanford University, Hoover Institution website: http://www.hoover.org/ bios/hirsch.html

Greiner, M. B., & Dosamantes, D. (2007). About Maxine Greene. In The Maxine Greene Foundation - For Social Imagination, The Arts and Education. Retrieved February/March 20, 2010, from http://maxinegreene.org/about_maxine_greene.html

Harper, D. (2008). Maxine Greene: The Importance of Self Reflection. In Edutopia. Retrieved February/March 23, 2010, from http://www.edutopia.org/maxine-greene

Hirsch Jr., E. (1993). The Core Knowledge curriculum--what's behind its success?. Educational Leadership, 50(8), 23. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database.

New York City Department of Education. (2010). High School for Arts, Imagination and Inquiry. Retrieved April/May 6, 2010, from http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/03/M299/default.htm

O'Neil, J. (1999). Core Knowledge & Standards. Educational Leadership, 56(6), 28. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database

Palmer, J. A. (2001). Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education From Piaget to the Present. NewYork: Routledge.

Sadker, D. M., & Zittleman, K. R. (2009). Teachers, Schools, and Society A Brief Introduction to Education (Second ed.). San Francisco:McGraw Hill

Works Cited cont.The President and Fellows of Harvard College. (2010). The GoodWork Project. Retrieved March 25, 2010, from http://pzweb.harvard.edu/research/GoodWork.htm.

Torres, C. A. (1998). Interview with Maxine Greene. In Education, Power, and Personal Biography: Dialogues with Critical Educators (pp. 159-183). New York: Routledge.

Pictures:Slide 2: E.D. Hirsch 4 b&whttp://www.pbs.org/kcet/publicschool/images/inn_hirsch.jpgSlide 5: Howard Gardner 1http://www.taprootfoundation.org/blog/2008/07/Slide 5: Howard Gardner 2http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2008/12/22/he_conceived_of_multiple_intelligences/Slide 7: Howard Gardner-multiple intelligenceshttp://naungancinta.wordpress.com/2008/04/11/multiple-intelligences-which-one-your-learning-style/Slide 8: Maxine Greene1http://www.uky.edu/~eushe2/images/greene.jpgSlide 9: Maxine Greene 2http://reporter-archive.mcgill.ca/Rep/r3017/convocation3.html

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