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CONTENTS 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 Note References About the Editors and the Contributors Index
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Teachers -- United States.
Jackson, Philip W. (Philip Wesley), 1928-.