- Author:John White
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (April 7, 2006)
- Pages:184 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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A discussion of the nature of intelligence and a philosophical critique of intelligence testing, drawing on the . I am now revisiting a topic I wrote about in my 1997 book Education and the End of Work: a new philosophy of work and learning London: Cassell.
A discussion of the nature of intelligence and a philosophical critique of intelligence testing, drawing on the work of K Popper. Gilbert Ryle replied to this paper in the same session. Reprinted in Hirst P H and White P A (eds) Philosophy of Education: Major Themes in the Analytic Tradition London: Routledge 1998, Vol 2 Reprinted in White, J. The Curriculum and the Child London: Routledge 2005. Hebrew translation Israel: Massada 2002) See Upda te 4 in project on Education and the Adequacy of Options.
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An unexplained theory of intelligence 2. Parallels 3. Origins 4. Logic and mind 5. Knowledge and the curriculum 6. Contemporary perspectives. Author(s) Bio. John White is Emeritus Professor of the Philosophy of Education at the Institute of Education, University of London, UK. Instructors. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption. Request an e-inspection copy.
The nature of intelligence and how it can be measured has occupied psychologists, educationalists, biologists and philosophers for hundreds of years. However,there has been little investigation into the rise of the traditional dominant educational ideology that intelligence and IQ have innate limits and are unchanging and unchangeable. This book traces the roots of this mind set back to early puritan communities on both sides of the Atlantic, drawing parallels between puritan dogma and the development of the traditional curricula and selection processes that are still firmly embedded in school practice today.
Drawing on the work of Galton, Pearson, Burt, Goddard, Terman and others in his search for the truth about intelligence testing, John White looks at the personal histories and socialised religious backgrounds of these key psychologists and casts an entirely new light on schooling in Britain and the USA in modern times. This work also shows how we can transcend this heritage and base our educational system on values and practices more in tune with the twenty-first century.