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This is book number 111 in the Counterpoints series.
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Introducing post-formal thinking for educators and students, the authors of this book use Albert Einstein as a metaphor for student's failure in today's schools. Blending biography and scholarship, they re-introduce cognition in an accessible way that makes ways of knowing make sense.
About the Author
The Authors: Joe L. Kincheloe is the Belle Zeller Chair of Public Policy and Administration at CUNY Brooklyn College and a professor at Penn State University. He is the author of many books and articles including: "Toil and Trouble: The Integration of Academic and Vocational Education; Teachers as Researchers: Qualitative Paths to Empowerment; Getting beyond the Facts: Teaching Social Studies in the Late Twentieth Century." His most recent book is "The Sign of the Burger: McDonald's and the Culture of Control." He is also the co-editor with Shirley R. Steinberg of "Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood."
Shirley R. Steinberg teaches at Adelphi University Soho Center and Garden City, New York. She is an educational consultant and director of social drama for youth. Her latest books are "Changing Multiculturalism" with Joe L. Kincheloe, and "Contextualizing Teaching" with Joe L. Kincheloe and Patrick Slattery. She is also the co-editor of "Students as Researchers; Unauthorized Methods: Strategies for Critical Teaching; Measured Lies: The Bell Curve Examined"; and "White Reign: Deploying Whiteness in America."
Deborah J. Tippins is a well-known science educator and Associate Professor of Science Education and Elementary Education at the University of Georgia. She is the author of many articles on science and education. Her most recent book, "The Promises and Dilemmas of Middle and Secondary Science Teaching: A Classroom Case Handbook," is co-edited with Thomas Kobala. Formerly director of research for the National Science Teachers Association, she is widely traveled and deeply involved in working with various foundations and science organizations.