Table of contents for A life in classrooms : Philip W. Jackson and the practice of education / edited by David T. Hansen, Mary Erina Driscoll, Rene V. Arcilla.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction	by Mary Erina Driscoll, David T. Hansen, and Rene V. Arcilla	 	
Chapter 1	The Impossible Fullness of the Empty Classroom: A Letter of 
Appreciation"
By Lee S. Shulman
Chapter 2	"Images of Teaching: Cultivating a Moral Profession"		
		By Linda Darling-Hammond
Chapter 3	"On Seeing the Moral in Teaching"					
By David T. Hansen
Chapter 4	"Philip Jackson and the Nuances of Imagination"			
By Maxine Greene
Chapter 5	"Portrait of a Thinker"						
		By Robert Boostrom
Chapter 6	"Jackson's Pedagogy for Existential Learning"			
By Rene V. Arcilla
Chapter 7	"A Dewey School Episode"						
		By Thomas James
Chapter 8	"The Circus Animals' Desertion: Lessons for Leaders in the 	
Work of Philip W. Jackson"
By Mary Erina Driscoll
Chapter 9	"The Generalist Educator: Making a Mark on Curriculum Studies" 
		By Lauren A. Sosniak
Chapter 10	"The Misunderstood Curriculum"					
By Karen Zumwalt
Chapter 11	"In Search of the Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Philip Jackson	
 and/on John Dewey"
By David Granger and Craig A. Cunningham
Epilogue	"Finding Phil"								
By Elliot Eisner, Stanford University
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References										
About the Editors and the Contributors							
Index											

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teaching.
Teachers -- United States.
Jackson, Philip W. (Philip Wesley), 1928-.