最经典的三本

柏拉图 《理想国》  Plato’s Republic

卢梭《爱弥尔》Rousseau’s Émile

杜威 《民主和教育》 Dewey’s Democracy and Education

 

 

Adler, Mortimer      Paideia Proposal

Apple, Michael        Ideology and Curriculum

Bloom, Benjamin    Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Vol 1

Boyer, Ernest  High School

Bruner, Jerome        The Process of Education

Callahan, Raymond         The Cult of Efficiency

Dewey, John   The Child and the Curriculum

Dewey, John   Democracy & Education

Freire, Paulo   Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Gardner, Howard    Frames of Mind

Goodlad, John         A Place Called School

Hirsch, E. D.    Cultural Literacy

Kozol, Jonathon      Death At An Early Age

Kuhn, Thomas The Structure of Scientific Revolutions

Lortie, Dan      School Teacher

Montessori, Maria The Montessori Method

Neill, A. S.        Summerhill

Piaget, Jean    The Language & Thought of the Child

Plato        Meno

Plato        Allegory of the Cave from The Republic

Polya, Georg   How To Solve It

Postman, N & Weingartner, C        Teaching As A Subversive Activity

Rosenblatt, Louise The Poem, the Text, the Reader

Rousseau, Jean Jacques Emile

Silberman, Charles Crisis in the Classroom

Simon, S; Howe, L; Kirschenbaum, H     Values Clarification

Sizer, Ted Horace’s Compromise

Taba, Hilda      Curriculum: Theory and Practice

Tyler, Ralph      The Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction

Vygotsky, Lev  Thought and Language

Whitehead, A. N.    The Aims of Education & Other Essays

 

 

Michael W. Apple – Official Knowledge: Democratic Education in a Conservative Age (1993)

 

Hannah Arendt – Between Past and Future (1961), for the essay “The Crisis in Education” (1958)

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Matthew Arnold – Culture and Anarchy (1867-9)

 

Robin Barrow – Giving Teaching Back to the Teachers (1984)

 

Tom Bentley – Learning Beyond The Classroom: Education for a Changing World (1998)

 

Allan Bloom – The Closing of the American Mind: How Higher Education Has Failed Democracy and Impoverished the Souls of Today’s Students (1987)

 

Pierre Bourdieu and Jean-Claude Passeron – Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture (1977)

 

Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis – Schooling in Capitalist America: Educational Reform and the Contradictions of Economic Life (1976)

 

Jerome Bruner – The Process of Education (1960)

 

John Dewey – Democracy and Education (1916)

 

Margaret Donaldson – Children’s Minds (1978)

 

JWB Douglas – The Home and the School (1964)

 

Kathryn Ecclestone and Dennis Hayes – The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education (2008)

 

Harold Entwistle – Antonio Gramsci: Conservative Schooling for Radical Politics (1979).

 

Paulo Freire – Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1968/1970)

 

Frank Furedi – Wasted: Why Education Isn’t Educating (2009)

 

Helene Guldberg – Reclaiming Childhood (2009)

 

ED Hirsch Jnr. – The Schools We Need And Why We Don’t Have Them (1999)

 

Paul H Hirst – Knowledge and the Curriculum(1974) For the essay which appears as Chapter 3 ‘Liberal Education and the Nature of Knowledge’ (1965)

 

John Holt – How Children Fail (1964)

 

Eric Hoyle – The Role of the Teacher (1969)

 

James Davison Hunter – The Death of Character: Moral Education in an Age without Good or Evil (2000)

 

Ivan Illich – Deschooling Society (1971)

 

Nell Keddie (Ed.) – Tinker, Taylor: The Myth of Cultural Deprivation (1973)

 

John Locke – Some Thoughts Concerning Education (1692)

 

John Stuart Mill – Autobiography (1873)

 

Sybil Marshall – An Experiment in Education (1963)

 

Alexander Sutherland Neil – Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing (1960)

 

John Henry Newman – The Idea of a University (1873)

 

Michael Oakeshott – The Voice of Liberal Learning (1989) In particular for the essay “Education: The Engagement and Its Frustration” (1972)

 

Anthony O’ Hear – Education, Society and Human Nature: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education (1981)

 

Richard Stanley Peters – Ethics and Education (1966)

 

Melanie Phillips – All Must Have Prizes (1996)

 

Plato – The Republic (366BC?)

 

Plato – Protagoras(390BC?) and Meno (387BC?)

 

Neil Postman – The End of Education: Redefining the Value of School (1995)

 

Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner – Teaching as a Subversive Activity (1969)

 

Herbert Read – Education Through Art(1943)

 

Carl Rogers – Freedom to Learn: A View of What Education Might Become (1969)

 

 

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau – Émile or “on education” (1762)

 

Bertrand Russell – On Education(1926)

 

Israel Scheffler – The Language of Education (1960)

 

Brian Simon – Does Education Matter? (1985) Particularly for the paper “Why No Pedagogy in England?” (1981)

 

JW Tibble (Ed.) – The Study of Education (1966)

 

Lev Vygotsky – Thought and Language (1934/1962)

 

Alfred North Whitehead – The Aims of Education and other essays (1929)

 

Paul E. Willis – Learning to Labour: How Working Class Kids Get Working Class Jobs (1977)

 

Alison Wolf – Does Education Matter? Myths about Education and Economic Growth (2002)

 

Michael FD Young (Ed) – Knowledge and Control: New Directions for the Sociology of Education (1971)

 

Michael FD Young – Bringing Knowledge Back In: From Social Constructivism to Social Realism in the Sociology of Education (2007)