Children, Teachers and Schools in the History of British Columbia: In the History of British Columbia

August 15, 2003|
Children, Teachers and Schools in the History of British Columbia: In the History of British Columbia by Jean Barman
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This new edition explores the myriad ways that education, broadly defined, molds each of us in profound and enduring ways. Laid against the supporting scaffolding of modern critical theory, the chapters offer cutting edge perspectives of going to school in British Columbia. How has education been tailored by race, class, gender? How do representations of schools and schooling change over time and whose interests are served? What echoes of current tensions can we hear in the past? The book offers a glimpse of the deep contradictions inherent in an experience that we all share.

Jean Barman, EdD, is a professor emerita in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia. A specialist in British Columbia history, the history of education in Canada, and Aboriginal education, Jean is the author of The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia and co-editor of First Nations Edu...
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Title:Children, Teachers and Schools in the History of British Columbia: In the History of British Columbia
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:438 pages, 9 X 7.25 X 1.03 in
Shipping dimensions:438 pages, 9 X 7.25 X 1.03 in
Published:August 15, 2003
Publisher:Brush Education
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781550592511

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