Principles of Education

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Atlantic Publishers & Dist, Jan 1, 2004 - Education - 246 pages
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This Is A Comprehensive Book Covering (I) Principles Of Education, (Ii) Philosophy Of Education (Both Western And Indian), And (Iii) Sociology Of Education. It Covers The Syllabi Of All The Indian Universities For The Paper Principles Of Education For B.Ed., And M.Ed. Classes.The Book Has Been Presented In An Analytical Style. The Conclusions On Controversial Subjects Have Been Arrived At Through A Synthetic Approach. Subject Matter Has Been Drawn From Authentic Books By Western And Indian Authors. Language Of Treatment Has Been Kept As Simple As Possible. Examples Have Been Drawn From The Indian Context. Thus, The Authors Have Left No Stone Unturned To Make This Book An Authentic Textbook On The Subject.
 

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Contents

Meaning Types and Functions
1
Formal Informal and NonFormal Education
19
Aims and Objects of Education
25
Agencies of Education
49
Evaluation of the Current Educational Pattern
61
Curriculum
75
Teaching Devices
83
Innovation in Teaching
99
National Emotional Integration
294
Question Bank
303
Bibliography
307
PART II
312
Nature Problems Scope and Value 1
1
Philosophy and Education 25
25
Philosophy of Education 32
32
Idealism 41
41

Sociology of Education
121
Socialization and Family
136
Peer Group and Education
147
School and Education
152
The College in the Social Structure
171
Social Functions of Education
178
Education State and Community
183
Social Stratification and Education in India
197
Education and Modernization in India
210
Social Change and Education
222
Social Control and Education
227
Deschooling Society
230
Teachers Role in Society
238
Education and Economic Order
245
Values and Education
250
Education for International Understanding
261
Education in Democracy
269
Education for Socialistic Pattern of Society
279
The Disturbed Campus
282
Realism 61
61
Jean Jacques Rousseau 71
71
John Dewey and Bcrtrand Russell 99
99
Existentialism 131
131
Logical Positivism 139
139
Socialism Fascim Marxism and Communism 151
151
Humanism 161
161
Secularism 165
165
Ancient Indian Philosophy of Education 171
171
Swami Dayananda 179
179
Annie Bcsant 182
182
K Gandhi 188
188
Rabindra Nath Tagorc 202
202
Swami Vivekananda 207
207
Sri Aurobindo 217
217
Concluding Remarks 242
242
Question Bank 247
247
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