A History of Western Educational Ideas
International Yearbook of History Education
Socialism and Education in Britain 1883-1902
International Review of History Education International Review of History Education, Volume 3
Universities and the State in England, 1850-1939
The Values Debate A Voice from the Pupils
The TUC and Education Reform, 1926-1970
By Professor Peter Gordon, Professor Denis Lawton
June 16, 2004
It is important that all those concerned with education - parents, teachers, administrators and policymakers - should have a reasonable understanding of the present system and how it has developed, sometimes over a period of many years. This work traces the development of Western educational ideas ...
By Jonathan St B T Evans
June 26, 2017
In this book Jonathan St B T Evans has selected a number of key publications which have strongly influenced the psychology of reasoning from the 1970s to the present day.It will be essential reading for researchers in the psychology of reasoning, and a wider audience of advanced students with an ...
By Joyce Goodman, Jane Martin
November 08, 2005
An examination of the ways in which gender intersects with informal and formal education in England, Germany, Indonesia, South Africa, USA and the Netherlands. The book looks at various issues including: citizenship; authority; colonialism and education; and the construction of national identities....
By Kevin Manton
June 03, 2016
Examines the British socialist movement in the last two decades of the 19th century through its policies on children's education. The author reassesses the nature of these policies and comments on the validity of those historiographical models used in analyses of the socialism of this period....
By Alaric Dickinson, Peter Gordon, Peter Lee
July 17, 2014
The third volume in this international review takes "raising standards" as its central theme. Raising standards is no simple matter, either conceptually or empirically, whatever politicians might think. If it is to happen, it must draw on research and practical experience from other countries....
By Richard Aldrich
June 29, 1996
This tribute from historian and educationists to the work and influence of Peter Gordon, Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Education in London, is grouped round the central theme of the educational history of the 19th and 20th centuries....
By David Doughan, Professor Peter Gordon, Peter Gordon
October 28, 2005
This dictionary is the first attempt to identify systematically the large heterogeneous group of women's organisations that grew up from the early 19th century up to the beginning of the modern women's movement, from women abolitionists and Chartists through Social workers, nurses, suffragists and ...
By Ros Ashby, Professor Peter Gordon, Peter Lee
May 30, 2014
What sense do children and young people make of history? How do they cope with competing historical accounts in textbooks? How do they think historical or archaeological claims are supported or rejected? And whatever students think about history, how do their teachers see history ...
By Keith Vernon
May 30, 2014
The question of the relationships between universities and the state is one of considerable current concern and debate. This book studies the development of the modern university system in England from the mid-nineteenth century to the outbreak of the Second World War, focusing on the role of the ...
By Dr Clive Griggs, Clive Griggs
September 05, 2013
This book covers a crucial period for the development of state education in Britain; the advent of the comprehensive debate before and during the Second World War; the War years themselves and the 1944 Education Act; the post-War Labour Government; and Churchill's last government in a time of ...