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Jackson, Philip W.
University of Chicago
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PHILIP JACKSON is the David Lee Shillinglaw Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago. He is a graduate of Teachers College.

Philip W. Jackson — 2012
This article presents a critical analysis of Dewey’s two editions of How We Think.

Philip W. Jackson — 2002
This paper is an exposition of a definition of art that Dewey gave in a talk to teachers in 1906.

Philip W. Jackson — 1994
The author presents a new perspective on how to integrate the arts back into education and how to make art education part of the school reform process. The perspective would teach only artistic insights that would best serve children at different times in their development, stressing the continuity between art and life.

Robert R. Boostrom, David T. Hansen & Philip W. Jackson — 1993
Discusses the importance of teachers and researchers learning to appreciate one another's professional roles to bridge the gap between research and practice. Information comes from meetings between teachers and researchers as part of a three-year study to discover how moral concerns permeate school life.

Philip W. Jackson & Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon — 1989
This volume explores the relationship between teachers and texts. It does so within a structure that departs noticeably from the usual format of the yearbooks of the National Society for the Study of Education. Unlike the typical volume in this series, ours does not offer a systematic coverage of a single topic nor does it examine a controversial issue from a variety of perspectives.

Philip W. Jackson — 1989
This section deals with the way texts of various kinds are used and might be used in classrooms. It extends the notion of texts to include not only conventional written materials but also physical objects, such as paintings and sculpture, as well as the kind of information transmitted by computers and video cassettes. It is addressed to both practitioners and researchers but the emphasis throughout is on practice. By revealing gaps in our knowledge it points the way to future research.

Philip W. Jackson — 1987
Tomorrow's Teachers" is criticized for its engineering how-to-do-it view of teaching and for using a medical metaphor. Dreams of a science of education should be abandoned and replaced by a conception of what the profession might become taken from teaching itself.

Sophie Haroutunian & Philip W. Jackson — 1986
Ways in which the fragile nature of the authority to teach can be damaged or disturbed are explored. Teachers need to reflect on specific classroom practices and consider how patterns of expectation may condition their effective authority.

Philip W. Jackson — 1965
A psychologist best known for his work on creativity, Dr. Jackson is here concerned with a different problem—the alienation and sense of helplessness that make many children feel incapable of success in school or in their later lives. Drawing on recent research results, he is able to suggest some guides by which educators can cope significantly with this fundamental issue in children’s motivation. His presentation is a revision of an address given last spring to the Elementary School Principals Association of Connecticut.

Philip W. Jackson — 1962
Given this interest in the individuality of children and its meaning for education, it is somewhat surprising to find the lack of a corresponding concern for the individuality of teachers. If we have advanced in our educational thought to a position where we view children as individuals, each calling for slightly different educational action, we continue, nonetheless, to think of teachers as teachers, each tile intellectual and psychological equivalent of the other.

Philip W. Jackson — 1955

Philip W. Jackson — 2011
Editor's Note: The Teachers College Record is pleased to make available to readers a series of excerpts from Speaking of Thinking: A Beginners Guide to Hegel's Science of Logic by Philip Jackson. These excerpts will be released as they are available. Professor Jackson welcomes reader reactions and comments and plans to make revisions as the entire book takes shape.

Philip W. Jackson — 2011
Editor's Note: The Teachers College Record is pleased to make available to readers a series of excerpts from Speaking of Thinking: A Beginners Guide to Hegel's Science of Logic by Philip Jackson. These excerpts will be released as they are available. Professor Jackson welcomes reader reactions and comments and plans to make revisions as the entire book takes shape.

Philip W. Jackson — 2011
Editor's Note: The Teachers College Record is pleased to make available to readers a series of excerpts from Speaking of Thinking: A Beginners Guide to Hegel's Science of Logic by Philip Jackson. These excerpts will be released as they are available. Professor Jackson welcomes reader reactions and comments and plans to make revisions as the entire book takes shape.

Philip W. Jackson — 2011
Editor's Note: The Teachers College Record is pleased to make available to readers a series of excerpts from Speaking of Thinking: A Beginners Guide to Hegel's Science of Logic by Philip Jackson. These excerpts will be released as they are available. Professor Jackson welcomes reader reactions and comments and plans to make revisions as the entire book takes shape.

Philip W. Jackson — 2011
Editor's Note: The Teachers College Record is pleased to make available to readers a series of excerpts from Speaking of Thinking: A Beginners Guide to Hegel's Science of Logic by Philip Jackson. These excerpts will be released as they are available. Professor Jackson welcomes reader reactions and comments and plans to make revisions as the entire book takes shape.

Philip W. Jackson — 2011
Editor's Note: The Teachers College Record is pleased to make available to readers a series of excerpts from Speaking of Thinking: A Beginners Guide to Hegel's Science of Logic by Philip Jackson. These excerpts will be released as they are available. Professor Jackson welcomes reader reactions and comments and plans to make revisions as the entire book takes shape.

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