A Methodology for Comparing Syllabus Topics Across Educational Contexts
Edited By Bryan Cunningham
Chapter One: Traveller’s Tales, Textbook Research and Theory Development
Chapter Two: Possibilities and Choices: Reflections on the Literature
Chapter Three: The Philosophical Basis of Comparisons I – From the Modernist ‘Thesis’ to the Postmodern ‘Antithesis’
Chapter Four: The Philosophical Basis of Comparisons II – Towards a Hermeneutic ‘Synthesis’
Chapter Five: Hermeneutic Readings of Past Masters I – Re-interpreting Bereday’s Emphasis on the Importance of Language and Contextual Immersion Using Gadamer
Chapter Six: Hermeneutic Readings of Past Masters II – Isolating and Approaching Educational Contexts through a Re- interpretation of the Brian Holmes / Edmund King Dialectic
Chapter Seven: Charting a Syllabus Topic in History Education across Cultures – The Descriptive Exercise of Constellation Mapping
Chapter Eight: Comparative Constellation Analysis as Method
Chapter Nine: Conclusion – Labour, Consciousness and Agency
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