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Listening: Challenges for Teachers

by Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon & Leonard J. Waks - 2010

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 112 Number 11, 2010, p. 2717-2727
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15788, Date Accessed: 11/24/2020 3:23:57 PM

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  • Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon
    Northwestern University
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    SOPHIE HAROUTUNIAN-GORDON is professor of education and social policy and director of the Master of Science in Education program at Northwestern University. She has published in the fields of psychology, philosophy, philosophy of education, philosophy of psychology, teacher education, and music education. She is past president of the Philosophy of Education Society (2003). Her new book, Learning to Teach Through Discussion: The Art of Turning the Soul, has been published by Yale University Press (2009).
  • Leonard Waks
    Temple University
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    LEONARD J. WAKS is professor emeritus of educational leadership at Temple University. He earned a Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Wisconsin (Madison) in 1968 and has taught philosophy and educational theory at Purdue, Stanford, Penn State, and Temple. He is the cofounder of the National Technological Literacy Conferences and is general editor of the book series Leaders in Educational Studies (Sense Publishers). He has published over 100 scholarly journal articles and book chapters and is the author of Technology's School (JAI, 1995). He has served on the editorial boards of Curriculum Inquiry, the Journal of Curriculum Studies, Studies in Philosophy of Education, Educational Theory, Education and Culture, and other journals, and as a member of the board of the John Dewey Society and as chair of its Commission on Social Issues. His current research addresses emerging educational arrangements of global network society and the contemporary relevance of American Pragmatism.
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