Education as a Form of the Poetic: A Heidegerian Approach to Learning and the Teacher-Pupil Relationship.
Heidegger, Education, and Modernity.
Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham/Oxford, pp. 229-243.
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||a) Learning and the teacher-pupil relationship b) Philosophical investigation c) Explores what would count as 'non-technologized' versions of learning and the teacher-pupil relationship in Heideggerian terms, and shows the essential way in which much much current curriculum orthodoxy mechanizes and tranquilizes thinking. It develops the pedagogical implications of some key themes addressed in the volume as a whole. d) The chapter was reviewed very positively by Ian McPherson in his review article of the book in the Journal of Philosophy of Education 38 (4), 2004. Review: by the editor Michael Peters who held a joint post as professor of education at the Universities of Auckland and Glasgow. Sole author
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