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December, 2004 Vol 3. No.2Printable PDF Format

Editorial (June,2004.Vol 3.No.2 P.1)

  1. Education for Wisdom: Can an Ancient Virtue be Cultivated in Postmodern Times?
    Windhorst, Dirk (2004). Education for Wisdom: Can an Ancient Virtue be Cultivated in Postmodern Times? Professing Education Vol 3(2)P.2-6.
  2. Linking Dewey's Logic to his Concept of Growth: A Personal Encounter.
    Demetrion, George (2004). Linking Dewey's Logic to his Concept of Growth: A Personal Encounter. Professing Education Vol 3(2) P.6-9.
  3. Where Do We Start? A Response to Joseph Newman's Address on "No Intro Course Left Behind"
    Carter, John (2004). Where Do We Start? A Response to Joseph Newman's Address on "No Intro Course Left Behind". Professing Education Vol 3(2)P.9-12.
  4. Some thoughts on Newman's Essay "No Intro Course Left Behind"
    Grineski, Steve (2004). Some thoughts on Newman's Essay "No Intro Course Left Behind". Professing Education Vol 3(2)P.12-18.
  5. Grounded Responsibility in a Connected World
    Novak, John M. (2004). Grounded Responsibility in a Connected World. Professing Education Vol 3(2)P.18-19.
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