eBook The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Education, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 131785358X
  • ISBN-13: 9781317853589
  • DDC: 370.3
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 760 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released February 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008
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The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Education is a unique and major resource for the field of education. It is a comprehensive, single-volume work, arranged alphabetically and comprising around 600 entries.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Other Frontmatter.
Related Titles.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Consultant Editors.
Contributors.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Editors’ Introduction.
Acknowledgements.
1: Abacus.
2: Abelard, Peter (1079–1142).
3: Ability.
4: Ability Grouping.
5: Academic/Academic Profession.
6: Academic Freedom.
7: Academy.
8: Accountability.
9: Accreditation.
10: Accreditation of Prior Achievement/Learning.
11: Action Research.
12: Activity Theory.
13: Addams, Jane (1860–1935).
14: Adult Education.
15: Africa.
16: Alternative Education.
17: Alumni.
18: American Educational Research Association (AERA).
19: Andragogy.
20: Anthropology of Education.
21: Antiracist Education.
22: Apprenticeship.
23: Approved School.
24: Aptitude.
25: Aristotle (384–322 BCE).
26: Arithmetic.
27: Armed Forces.
28: Arnold, Matthew (1822–88).
29: Arnold, Thomas (1795–1842).
30: Art.
31: Ascham, Roger (1515–68).
32: Assessment.
33: Athenaeum.
34: Attainment.
35: Australia.
36: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).
37: Autism.
38: Autodidact.
39: Autonomy.
40: Baseline Assessment.
41: Basic Skills.
42: Beecher, Catharine (1800–78).
43: Behaviourism.
44: Bell Curve.
45: Benchmarking.
46: Bernstein, Basil (1925–2000).
47: Bicultural Education.
48: Bilingual Education.
49: Binary System.
50: Binet, Alfred (1857–1911).
51: Biology.
52: Blind, Teaching of.
53: Bloom, Benjamin (1913–99).
54: Boarding School/Education.
55: Bourdieu, Pierre (1930–2000).
56: Brain Drain.
57: Brazil.
58: British Council.
59: British Educational Research Association (BERA).
60: Bruner, Jerome (1915–).
61: Bullying.
62: Burt, Cyril (1883–1971).
63: Business School/Education.
64: Canada.
65: Career Guidance.
66: Caribbean.
67: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
68: Case Study.
69: Catchment Area.
70: Catholic School/Education.
71: Centralisation/Decentralisation.
72: Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI).
73: Certificate/Certification.
74: Chancellor.
75: Charities, Educational.
76: Charter School.
77: Chemistry.
78: Child Development.
79: Child Guidance.
80: Child-Centred Education.
81: Children's Literature.
82: China.
83: Church.
84: Citizenship/Civics.
85: Class Size.
86: Classical Education.
87: Classical Studies.
88: Classroom.
89: Classroom Management.
90: Classroom Observation.
91: Coeducation.
92: Cognition.
93: Colet, John (1467–1519).
94: Collaborative/Cooperative Learning.
95: College.
96: Comenius, Jan Amos (1592–1670).
97: Common School.
98: Community Education.
99: Comparative Education.
100: Compensatory Education.
101: Comprehension.
102: Comprehensive School/Education.
103: Compulsory Education.
104: Computer-Assisted Learning.
105: Computer Studies.
106: Conant, James Bryant (1893–1978).
107: Condorcet, Marie-Jean (1743–94).
108: Constructivism.
109: Continued/Continuing Professional Development.
110: Continuing Education.
111: Continuous Assessment.
112: Core Curriculum/National Curriculum.
113: Core Skills/Core Competencies.
114: Corporal Punishment.
115: Correspondence Course.
116: Correspondence Theory.
117: Counselling.
118: Coursework.
119: Crafts.
120: Cramming.
121: Creativity.
122: Crèche.
123: Credential Society.
124: Credentials/Credentialing.
125: Criterion-Referenced Tests.
126: Critical Pedagogy.
127: Critical Theory.
128: Cuba.
129: Cultural Capital.
130: Cultural Studies.
131: Cultural Transmission.
132: Culture.
133: Curriculum.
134: Curriculum Development.
135: Curriculum Differentiation.
136: Curriculum Policy and Implementation.
137: Curriculum Standards/Programmes of Study.
138: Day Release.
139: Dean.
140: Degree.
141: Delinquency.
142: Department.
143: Department for International Development (D