Work, Education, and Leadership: Essays in the Philosophy of Education
This book examines the relations among work, education and leadership in philosophical and practical perspective. Among the topics included are the concepts of education and training, the nature of vocational education, the relations of art and utility in schooling, and the roles of leadership in education and work. This book draws together influences from the American Pragmatist, John Dewey, and the British Idealist R. G. Collingwood.
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Chapter Two John Dewey on Work and Education
Chapter Four Art and Utility in Education
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