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Reverence in Classroom Teaching

by Jim Garrison & A.G. Rud - 2009

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 11, 2009, p. 2626-2646
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15446, Date Accessed: 11/29/2020 8:31:23 PM
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  • Jim Garrison
    Virginia Tech
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    JIM GARRISON is a professor of philosophy of education at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. His work concentrates on philosophical pragmatism. Jim is a past winner of the Jim Merritt award for his scholarship in the philosophy of education and the John Dewey Society Outstanding Achievement Award. He is a past president of the Philosophy of Education Society and current president of the John Dewey Society. He is author of “Teacher as Prophetic Trickster” (forthcoming in Educational Theory).
  • A.G. Rud
    Purdue University
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    A. G. RUD is an associate professor of educational studies at Purdue University. His research interests focus on the philosophy of education, particularly the moral dimensions of teaching and learning. He edits the journal Education and Culture (http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/eandc) for the John Dewey Society and authored a chapter on Albert Schweitzer and education in Ethical Visions of Education: Philosophies in Practice (Teachers College Press), edited by David T. Hansen.
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