Collisions in Education: A View from the Trenches
Baker (Lynne Rudder)
Source: Kraemer Lecture, University of Arkansas, April 2002. Unpublished lecture
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    What I want to talk about are collisions in education — collisions of the models that we use to think about education and collisions of proposals about what should and should not be taught.
    1. In the first section, “Collisions in Practice,” I draw on my own observations and the existential dilemmas of teaching in a public university that I still feel after decades of teaching.
    2. In the second section, “Collisions in Theory,” I reflect on two areas of controversy — one concerning the role of Darwinism in the curriculum, the other concerning the role of the humanities in the curriculum.


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