Πέμπτη, 27 Οκτωβρίου 2016

History of Education

History of Education


 Vol. 45, n°6, novembre 2016


  • The child writer: graphic literacy and the Scottish educational system, 1700–1820, Matthew Daniel Eddy
  • ‘To educate children from birth’: a genealogical analysis of some practices of subjectivation in Spanish and French scientific childcare (1898–1939), Belén Jiménez-Alonso & José Carlos Loredo-Narciandi
  • Moberly Junior College, the four-year junior college, Kristin Bailey Wilson & Cristi D. Ford
  • Differences between Czech and Slovak economic higher education from 1945 to 1953, Petr Chalupecký & Zdenka Johnson
  • Support and surveillance: 1956 Hungarian refugee students in transit to the Joyce Kilmer Reception Centre and to higher education scholarships in the USA, Vera Sheridan
  • From practice to theory, Ovide Decroly for Brazilian classrooms: a tale of appropriation, Alessandra Arce Hai, Frank Simon & Marc Depaepe
  • Monitoring child health: school doctors at work in a Dutch rural area (1930–1970), Nelleke Bakker
  • Information and experience: audio-visual observations of reading activities in Swedish comprehensive school classrooms 1967–1969, Mats Dolatkhah & Anna Hampson Lundh



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