The Greenwood Dictionary of Education
The first of its kind since the 1980s, this book provides authoritative definitions for more than 2,600 terms that apply to educational research, practice, and theory. The overall focus is on the most critical terms in education as used by current practitioners, yet references to significant historical events in education are also included. Terms were taken from such fields as: BL Early childhood education BL K-12 education BL Special education BL Higher education BL Adult education BL Career education BL Comparative education BL Curriculum BL Mathematics education BL Science education BL Language arts BL Reading BL Social studies education BL Educational philosophy BL Educational technology BL Educational research BL Language acquisition BL Measurement BL Teaching BL And other fields Each of the definitions is 25-250 words and has been written by a knowledgeable practitioner or researcher in the field. Included are acronyms and initialisms commonly used in the field, names and descriptions of relevant organizations, and important legal decisions relating to education. An extensive bibliography provides useful sources for further research. This reference work will be valuable for professionals in the K-12 setting, students of education, and educators and researchers in colleges of education. Librarians at academic, public, and school libraries will find the dictionary immensely useful in interpreting education terminology.
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