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Further definition of the concept of humaniza tion is presented in this article by Trump, who offers readers several rather concrete examples to clarify what he believes humanizing educa tion is all about.
Writing from experience and involvement in organizing a school where there are humane opportunities for learning, the co-authors of this article say it's easier to help the faculty develop needed skills for humanization than to implement a structure which encourages attitu dinal changes.
Heightening a person's visibility to himself and to others can be literature's special contribu tion. The author concentrates on how the teach ing of imaginative literature helps the student in his struggle for self-awareness.
Will technology humanize or dehumanize the school? Snider considers the implications and concludes: "We cannot stop technology; we can only give it direction and purpose."
The Clearinghouse on Educational Management is one of 19 units in the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) network funded by the U.S. Office of Education. Specializing in educational administration at the elemen tary and secondary levels and facilities at all levels of education, the...
The author presents three criteria for a human istic science course, offering suggestions on the principal's role in developing such a course.
Exhorting his fellow principals to return to their original role as master teachers, the writer describes how the principal can create a school environment where learning is inquiry-oriented and students are persons.
In prose sprinkled generously with poetry, the author whose reputation has him labeled as "Mr. Humanities" brings readers another dimen sion in the definition of humanizing education. He calls for the end of set curriculum and survey courses and urges more student choices and interdisciplinary...
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