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==Educational theorists==
 
==Educational theorists==
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* [[Michael Apple]]
 
* [[Michael Apple]]
* [[Charles Beard]]
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* [[Bill Ayers]]
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* [[William Chandler Bagley]]
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* [[Charles A. Beard|Charles Beard]]
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* [[Allan Bloom]]
 
* [[Theodore Brameld]]
 
* [[Theodore Brameld]]
* [[John Dewey]]
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* [[Harry Broudy]]
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* [[Nicholas Burbules]]
 
* [[George Counts]]
 
* [[George Counts]]
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* [[John Dewey]]
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* [[A.S. Neill]]
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* [[Michael Adrian Peters]]
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* [[Harold Rugg]]
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* [[Rudolf Steiner]]
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* [[Max Stirner]]
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* [[Kieran Egan (educationist)|Kieran Egan]]
 
* [[Paulo Freire]]
 
* [[Paulo Freire]]
 
* [[Howard Gardner]]
 
* [[Howard Gardner]]
 
* [[Henry Giroux]]
 
* [[Henry Giroux]]
* [[John Caldwell Holt]]
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* [[Daniel Greenberg (educator)|Daniel Greenberg]]
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* [[John Holt (educator)|John Holt]]
 
* [[Bell Hooks]]
 
* [[Bell Hooks]]
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* [[Robert Hutchins]]
 
* [[Ivan Illich]]
 
* [[Ivan Illich]]
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* [[David A. Kolb]]
 
* [[Jonathan Kozol]]
 
* [[Jonathan Kozol]]
 
* [[Peter McLaren]]
 
* [[Peter McLaren]]
* [[Maria Montessori]]
 
* [[Harold Rugg]]
 
 
* [[Richard Mitchell]]
 
* [[Richard Mitchell]]
* [[Allan Bloom]]
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* [[Maria Montessori]]
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==See also==
 
==See also==
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* [[Behaviorism]]
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* [[Cognitivism]]
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* [[Humanism]]
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* [[Constructivism]]
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* [[Socratic method]]
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* [[Educational research]]
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* [[Education]]
 
* [[Alternative education]]
 
* [[Alternative education]]
* [[Democratic school]]
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* [[Education reform]]
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* [[Preschool]]
* [[Education|Introduction to education]]
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* [[Pedagogy]]
* [[Educational research| Introduction to educational research]]
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* [[Andragogy]]
* [[Pedagogy| Introduction to pedagogy]]
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* [[Heutagogy]]
* [[Learning by teaching]]
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* [[Humanistic education]]
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* [[International education]]
 
* [[Paideia Proposal]]
 
* [[Paideia Proposal]]
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* [[Education reform]]
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* [[Peace education]]
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* [[Learning theory]]
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* [[Instructional theory]]
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* [[Epistemology]]
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* [[Poisonous pedagogy]]
 
* [[Philosophy of education]]
 
* [[Philosophy of education]]
* [[Socratic method]]
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* [[Learning by teaching]]
   
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Education theory is the theory or the philosophy of the purpose, application and interpretation of education and learning. Its history begins with classical Greek educationalists and rhetoric and includes, since the 18th century, pedagogy and andragogy. In the 20th century, "theory" has become an umbrella term for a variety of scholarly approaches to teaching, assessment and education law, most of which are informed by various strands of educational philosophy.

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