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Ted Newell explores five paradigms of education—Traditional, Plato, Empiricistic, Rousseau, and Jesus—to show pre-service teachers how basic commitments drive different conceptions of the teacher, definitions of excellence, valued knowledge, student capabilities, and motivation. Newell emphasizes the connection between education theories and basic beliefs, shared by humani Ted Newell explores five paradigms of education—Traditional, Plato, Empiricistic, Rousseau, and Jesus—to show pre-service teachers how basic commitments drive different conceptions of the teacher, definitions of excellence, valued knowledge, student capabilities, and motivation. Newell emphasizes the connection between education theories and basic beliefs, shared by humanist, progressive educators who believe in non-instrumental approaches to education. Organized chronologically and incorporating history and case studies, Newell's work shines a light on the perennial connections between educational practices, educational paradigms, and, ultimately, concepts of humanity and human worth.


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Ted Newell explores five paradigms of education—Traditional, Plato, Empiricistic, Rousseau, and Jesus—to show pre-service teachers how basic commitments drive different conceptions of the teacher, definitions of excellence, valued knowledge, student capabilities, and motivation. Newell emphasizes the connection between education theories and basic beliefs, shared by humani Ted Newell explores five paradigms of education—Traditional, Plato, Empiricistic, Rousseau, and Jesus—to show pre-service teachers how basic commitments drive different conceptions of the teacher, definitions of excellence, valued knowledge, student capabilities, and motivation. Newell emphasizes the connection between education theories and basic beliefs, shared by humanist, progressive educators who believe in non-instrumental approaches to education. Organized chronologically and incorporating history and case studies, Newell's work shines a light on the perennial connections between educational practices, educational paradigms, and, ultimately, concepts of humanity and human worth.

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