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Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory

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ISBN: 978-981-287-532-7 (Print) 978-981-287-532-7 (Online)

Table of contents (504 entries)

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      Academic Literacy Across the Curriculum

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      Adapting Pedagogy for Formative Assessment

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      Adult and Continuing Education in the Nordic Countries: Folkbildning

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      Aesthetic Education

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      Aesthetics and Sport

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      Ako

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      Alchemy of Love an Artist Praxis to Autonomy and Political Visibility

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      Allegedly Conservative: Revisiting Wittgenstein’s Legacy for Philosophy of Education

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      Anti-colonial Education

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      Arendt on the State, the Nation and the Separation of Education from Politics

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      Argument Mapping Software: Semiotic Foundations

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      Asperger and the Framing of Autism: His Legacy and Its Philosophical Commitments

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      Assessment and Learner Identity

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      Assessment and Parents

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      Bachelard and Philosophy of Education

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      Beauvoir and Philosophy of Education

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      Bildung: Potential and Promise in Early Childhood Education

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      Biliteracy

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      Buber, Martin (1878–1965)

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      Camus and Education

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