And merely teach; irreverent essays on the mythology of education, by Arthur E. Lean. Foreword by George S. Counts.


Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [1968] .

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Subjects Education.
Description xv, 94 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Contents Education as commodity -- Education as cognition -- The "mere task of teaching" -- Professor vs. student -- The farce called "grading" -- The folly of faculty rank -- National assessment of education -- Higher education discovers the "lower" schools -- The illiberal "liberal arts" -- The "academicians" and the "educationists" -- The vanishing "teachers college" -- The eradication of misinformation -- The increasing shortage of teachers -- Lean's law of pedagogy : bad teaching drives out good -- Prescription for American education.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)217503
(OCoLC)ocm00217503
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WorldCat Identities Lean, Arthur E. 1909-1992.
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