Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory

Editor/Author Peters, Michael
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-981-287-587-7
Category: Philosophy
Image Count: 46
Book Status: Available
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This encyclopaedia is a dynamic reference and study place for students, teachers, researchers and professionals in the field of education, philosophy and social sciences, offering both short and long entries on topics of theoretical and practical interest in educational theory and philosophy by authoritative world scholars representing the full ambit of education as a rapidly expanding global field of knowledge and expertise.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Thematic Map
  • Editors and contributors
  • A
  • Ableism
  • Abstinence-Only Education
  • Academic Capitalism
  • Academic Freedom
  • Academic Literacy Across the Curriculum
  • Acceleration
  • Achievement
  • Action
  • Activism and Environment
  • Actual-Virtual
  • Adapting Pedagogy for Formative Assessment
  • Administration
  • Adult and Continuing Education in the Nordic Countries: Folkbildning
  • Adult Education
  • Advanced Liberalism
  • Aesthetic Education
  • Aesthetics
  • Aesthetics and Sport
  • Affect
  • Affective Neuroscience
  • Affects
  • African Americans
  • Agency
  • Agency, Authority and Open Education
  • Agency, Authority and Openness
  • Aims
  • Aims of Education
  • Ako
  • Alchemy of Love an Artist Praxis to Autonomy and Political Visibility
  • Aletheia
  • Allegedly Conservative: Revisiting Wittgenstein's Legacy for Philosophy of Education
  • American Progressive Movement
  • Analysis
  • Analytic Philosophy of Education
  • Analytics
  • Anarchic Education
  • Angst
  • Animal
  • Anti-black
  • Anti-colonial Education
  • Anti-humanism
  • Anti-normative
  • Arendt
  • Argument Mapping Software: Semiotic Foundations
  • Arguments
  • Artifacts
  • Artworks
  • Asperger and the Framing of Autism: His Legacy and Its Philosophical Commitments
  • Assemblage
  • Assessment and Learner Identity
  • Assessment and Parents
  • Associations
  • Audit Culture
  • Authenticity
  • Authoritarianism
  • Authority
  • Autonomy
  • B
  • Bachelard and Philosophy of Education
  • Beauty
  • Beauvoir and Philosophy of Education
  • Becoming
  • Benefits
  • Best Interest of the Child
  • Bias
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Bildung
  • Bildung: Potential and Promise in Early Childhood Education
  • Biliteracy
  • Biopolitics
  • Bioregionalism
  • Black Males
  • Body
  • Body of the Child, The
  • Border Theory
  • Brain-Washing
  • Buber, Martin (1878–1965)
  • C
  • Camus, Albert (1913–1960)
  • Canguilhem and Philosophy of Education
  • Canon
  • Capitalism and Modernity
  • Capture
  • Care
  • Caregivers
  • Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover
  • Castoriadis on Autonomy and Heteronomy
  • Catchword
  • Causality
  • Causation
  • Cause
  • Cavell and Philosophy of Education
  • Cavell and Postmodern Education
  • CDA
  • Chance
  • Character Education
  • Character Formation
  • Charles Taylor
  • Child
  • Child Development
  • Child-Animal Relations
  • Childhood and Difference
  • Childhood and Diversity
  • Childhood and Environments
  • Childhood and Foreignness
  • Childhood and Globalization
  • Childhood and Innocence
  • Childhood and Motherhood
  • Childhood and Nation Building
  • Childhood and Otherness
  • Childhood and Youth, History of
  • Childhood Studies Around 1900
  • Childhood Studies, An Overview of
  • Children and Childhoods, Methodologies of
  • Children and Objects
  • Children and Punishment
  • Children and Sustainability
  • Children's Participation
  • Children's Power Relations, Resistance, and Subject Positions
  • Children's Rights
  • Citizenship Belonging
  • Citizenship, Inclusion, and Education
  • Civic Education
  • Civil Rights
  • Claims
  • Class
  • Classroom Assessment
  • Coevolution
  • Co-existentials and Existentials of Pedagogical Relation
  • Cognitive Assimilation
  • Cognitive Decolonization
  • Cognitive Imperialism
  • Collaborative Knowledge Production
  • Collective
  • Collective Praxis: A Theoretical Vision
  • College
  • Colonialism
  • Colored Cosmopolitanism and the Classroom: Educational Connections Between African Americans and South Asians
  • Comenius, John Amos (1592–1670)
  • Common Sense
  • Communal Existence
  • Communication
  • Communicative Action
  • Communicative Practices
  • Community Engagement
  • Community of Inquiry
  • Community Service-Learning
  • Community-Based Learning
  • Community-Based Learning and Research
  • Community-Engaged Learning
  • Comparative Philosophy of Education
  • Compassion
  • Competition and Fair Play
  • Competitive Education Harms Moral Growth
  • Complex Pragmatism
  • Complexity Theory
  • Computer-Supported Argument Visualization
  • Concepts
  • Conceptual Change in Science and Science Education
  • Configuration
  • Configured Leadership
  • Confucian
  • Confucian Values and Vietnamese School Leadership
  • Connected Learning
  • Conscientization
  • Conscientization, Conscience, and Education
  • Consciousness
  • Consensus Moderation
  • Conservative
  • Consistency
  • Consistency of Teacher Judgement
  • Constructing Spaces for Diverse Black Masculinities in All-Male Public Urban Schools
  • Constructivism
  • Consumer Culture and Children
  • Contemplative Wondering About Work
  • Context
  • Contextualized Learning
  • Control
  • Control Variables
  • Convergence of Inclusive Education and Disability Studies: A Critical Framework
  • Course of Study
  • Creative Commons Licensing
  • Creativity, Openness, and User-Generated Cultures
  • Credit System
  • Créolité Movement and Education in Haiti-Post-colonialism and Education in Haiti, The
  • Critical and Social Justice Pedagogies in Practice
  • Critical Discourse Analysis
  • Critical Distance
  • Critical Education
  • Critical Education and Digital Cultures
  • Critical Education and Postcolonialism
  • Critical Education Theories
  • Critical Education, American, Canadian
  • Critical Gender Studies as a Lens on Education and Schooling
  • Critical Intersectionality
  • Critical Pedagogy
  • Critical Pedagogy and Art
  • Critical Pedagogy and Digital Technology: Postmodernist and Marxist Perspectives
  • Critical Pedagogy, Historical Origins of
  • Critical Perspectives on Postfeminist Discourses
  • Critical Philosophy
  • Critical Place Pedagogies
  • Critical Practice
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Critical Race Theory: A Marxist Critique
  • Critical Reflection
  • Critical Scholarship
  • Critical Self-Learning and Organizational Learning: A Popperian Perspective
  • Critical Special Education
  • Critical Theory
  • Critical Theory as Metatheory of Education
  • Critical Thinking
  • Critically: Analytically
  • Critique of Capitalism
  • CSAV
  • Cult Figures
  • Cultural Activity
  • Cultural Difference
  • Cultural Imperialism
  • Cultural Politics of Education
  • Cultural Relevance
  • Cultural Studies
  • Cultural Studies and Education in the Digital Age
  • Cultural Studies and New Student Resistance
  • Cultural Studies and Public Pedagogy
  • Cultural Studies in Science Education
  • Cultural Theory
  • Culture
  • Culture and Education at the Active Intersection of Technology-Mediated Learning in Online Communities
  • Curriculum
  • Curriculum as a Governing Device
  • Curriculum Theory
  • Cybercafes
  • D
  • Debates in Special Education
  • Debt, Education, and Decolonization
  • Decision-Making
  • Decolonial Education
  • Decolonial Education at Its Intersections
  • Decolonial Feminisms
  • Decolonial Latin American Philosophies of Education
  • Decolonial Methodologies
  • Decolonial Methodologies in Education
  • Decoloniality, Pedagogy, and Praxis
  • Decolonization and Higher Education
  • Decolonizing Knowledge Production
  • Deconstruction
  • Deconstruction, Philosophy, Education
  • Defining Openness in Education
  • Deleuze
  • Deleuze and Guattari
  • Deleuze and Guattari and Curriculum
  • Deleuze and Guattari in Early Childhood Education
  • Deleuze and Guattari: Politics and Education
  • Deleuze and Learning
  • Deleuze, Ontology, and Mathematics
  • Deleuze, Religion, and Education
  • Deleuze, Theology and Learning
  • Deleuze's Philosophy for Education
  • Deliberative Democracy
  • Deliberative Inquiry
  • Deligny, Fernand (1913–1996)
  • Democracy
  • Democratic Education
  • Democratic Pluralism
  • Dennett, Daniel (1942–)
  • Denouncing the Monopoly Held by Schools
  • Deontology
  • Derrida
  • Derrida and the Ethics of Reading
  • Derrida and the Philosophy of Education
  • Derrida: Language, Text, and Possibilities
  • Derrida's Deconstruction Contra Habermas's Communicative Reason
  • Description
  • Dewey
  • Dewey and Critical Pedagogy
  • Dewey and Philosophy of Disability
  • Dewey and the Self
  • Dewey Lab School at the University of Chicago
  • Dewey on Democracy
  • Dewey on Educational Aims
  • Dewey on Educational Research and the Science of Education
  • Dewey on Ethics and Moral Education
  • Dewey on History and Geography in Education
  • Dewey on Public Education and Democracy
  • Dewey on Science and Science Education
  • Dewey on Teaching and Teacher Education
  • Dewey on the Concept of Education as Growth
  • Dewey on Thinking in Education
  • Dewey, John (1859–1952)
  • Dewey's Social Philosophy
  • Diagnostically Reflective Practice = Teacher Inquiry
  • Diagrammatic Reasoning
  • Dialectic
  • Dialogic Education
  • Dialogic Teaching
  • Dialogical Education
  • Dialogue
  • Dialogue and Critical Pedagogy
  • Dialogue that We Are, The
  • Didactics
  • Difference
  • Difference/Différance
  • Differentiation
  • Diffusionist Model of Adoption of Digital Learning, The
  • Digital Gaming
  • Digital Learning
  • Digital Learning and the Changing Role of the Teacher
  • Digital Learning, Discourse, and Ideology
  • Digital Literacies
  • Digital Literacy
  • Digital Literacy Environments
  • Digital Literacy Practices
  • Digital Media
  • Digital Pedagogy
  • Digital Practices
  • Digital Scholarship: Recognizing New Practices in Academia
  • Dine (Navajo) Philosophy of Community as K'e
  • Dionysian
  • Dis/Ability and Education
  • Disability
  • Disability and Samoa
  • Disability as Psycho-Emotional Disablism: A Theoretical and Philosophical Review of Education Theory and Practice
  • Disability Oppression
  • Disability Studies
  • Disability Studies in Education
  • Disability Studies in Education (DSE) and the Epistemology of Special Education
  • Disability, Diversity, and Higher Education
  • Discourse
  • Dissensus/Consensus
  • Distance Education
  • Distance Teaching Universities
  • Diverse Meaning Making
  • Diversity
  • Divinization
  • Doping and Anti-doping in Sport
  • Drama, Struggle and Grace in Sport
  • Dues
  • E
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Early Childhood Sector
  • Earth
  • Ecofeminist Pedagogy
  • Ecological Literacy
  • Economic Development
  • Ecopedagogy
  • Eco-Phenomenology
  • Edification
  • Education
  • Education and Big Data
  • Education and Political Theory: Prospects and Points of View
  • Education and Youth Protests
  • Education for All
  • Education for Citizenship
  • Education for Sustainability
  • Education for Sustainable Development
  • Education History
  • Educational Administration and Management
  • Educational Administration and the Inequality of School Achievement
  • Educational Aims and Reforms of Science Education
  • Educational Change/Reform and Norms
  • Educational Choice
  • Educational Commons
  • Educational Culture in the Era of Digital Communication
  • Educational Experience
  • Educational History
  • Educational Ideals
  • Educational Leadership
  • Educational Leadership as a Political Enterprise
  • Educational Leadership as Critical Practice
  • Educational Leadership, Change, and the Politics of Resistance
  • Educational Leadership, the Emotions, and Neuroscience
  • Educational Myths
  • Educational Philosophy
  • Educational Policy
  • Educational Policy and Administration
  • Educational Practice
  • Educational Semiotics, Greimas, and Theory of Action
  • Educational Technology
  • Educational Technology (I)
  • Educational Technology (II)
  • Educational Theorists
  • Educational Theory
  • Educational Theory: Herbart, Dewey, Freire, and Postmodernists
  • Educationalisation
  • Educationalization
  • Educationalization of Social Problems and the Educationalization of the Modern World
  • Edupunk
  • Edusemiotics
  • Edusemiotics To Date, An Introduction of
  • Edusemiotics, Subjectivity, and New Materialism
  • Effective History
  • Efficiency
  • E-Learning
  • ELT
  • Emancipation
  • Embodied
  • Embodiment
  • Embodiment and Education
  • Emergentist Naturalism
  • Emotions
  • Emotions and Educational Leadership
  • Emotive Expression
  • Empathy
  • Empire
  • Empirical Science
  • End of Philosophy, The
  • English
  • Enlightenment
  • Entitlements
  • Environment and Education
  • Environment and Pedagogy
  • Environmental Action Competence
  • Environmental Activism
  • Environmental Culture
  • Environmental Education
  • Environmental Education in Brazil
  • Environmental Education: A Field Under Siege
  • Environmental Learning
  • Environmental Social Movements
  • Environmental Subjectivity
  • Environment-as-an-Integrating-Context
  • Epistemological Pluralism
  • Epistemology
  • Epistemology and Educational Administration
  • Equality
  • Equity
  • Ethical Contingency
  • Ethical Inquiry
  • Ethical Orientation
  • Ethical Relation
  • Ethics
  • Ethics and Education
  • Ethics and Significance: Insights from Welby for Meaningful Education
  • Ethics and Values Education
  • Ethics Education
  • Ethics of Care
  • Eugenics and Education
  • Eurocentrism
  • Evaluation
  • Everyday Existence
  • Evolution
  • Examination
  • Examining the “Service” of Business Education for Women: A Service-Dominant Logic Perspective
  • Exclusion
  • Existential Individual Alone Within Freire's Sociopolitical Solidarity
  • Existentialism
  • Experience
  • Expertise and Educational Practice
  • F
  • Fairness in Educational Assessment
  • Faith
  • Faith in Numbers
  • Families
  • Fanon and Decolonial Thought
  • Fanua
  • Feagaiga
  • Feedback as Dialogue
  • Feeling
  • Female Nursery Teacher
  • Feminism
  • Feminism and Education
  • Feminism and Philosophy of Education
  • Feminist and Critical Approach
  • Feminist Pedagogy
  • Feminist Theories and Gender Inequalities: Headteachers, Staff, and Children
  • Feminization Thesis: Gender and Higher Education
  • Field of Educational Administration and Its Coevolving Epistemologies
  • Field of Study
  • FIFA
  • First and Second Language Literacy
  • First Person
  • First Principle
  • Folk Psychology
  • Fonua
  • Foreignness
  • Formation
  • Formation of School Subjects
  • Formation of the Idealist and Progressive Kindergarten Movements During the Nineteenth Century, The
  • Formative Assessment
  • Foucault and Early Years Parenting
  • Foucault and Educational Administration
  • Foucault and Educational Theory
  • Foucault, Confession, and Education
  • Foucault's Work in Philosophy and History of Education, Reception and Influence of
  • Fractal
  • Frankena's Model for Analyzing Philosophies of Education
  • Frankfurt School
  • Frankl and the Philosophy of Moral Growth
  • Free Markets
  • Freedom
  • Freedom of Will
  • Freire
  • Freire and a Pedagogy of Suffering: A Moral Ontology
  • Freire and the Body
  • Freire, Paulo (1921–1997)
  • Freire's Christian Faith
  • Freire's Philosophy and Pedagogy: Humanization and Education
  • Funding
  • Fusion of Horizons
  • G
  • Gadamer
  • Gadamer and the Philosophy of Education
  • Gelassenheit Education
  • Gender
  • Gender and Education
  • Gender Equality
  • Gender Equality in Sport
  • Gender Practices in Early Childhood Education
  • Gender, Postcolonialism, and Education
  • Gender, Sexuality, and Marxism
  • Gendered Violences and Queer of Color Critiques in Educational Spaces: Remembering Sakia, Carl, and Jaheem
  • Genderqueer
  • Genealogy
  • General Education
  • Geography
  • Gestell
  • Gilligan
  • Gilligan-Kohlberg Controversy
  • Global Citizenship Education Reconsidered: Taking the “Migrant” Other Seriously
  • Global Disability
  • Global English, Postcolonialism, and Education
  • Globalization
  • Goals of Schooling
  • Goods
  • Governance
  • Governmentality
  • Graduate
  • Gramsci and Culture
  • Graphic Representation
  • Green, Public Education, and the Idea of Positive Freedom
  • Greimas
  • Growth
  • Growth of the Kindergarten Movement Prior to the Twentieth Century, The
  • Guardians
  • H
  • Habermas
  • Habermas and Philosophy of Education
  • Habermas and the Problem of Indoctrination
  • Habits
  • Hayek and Education
  • Health
  • Hegel
  • Hegel and Critical Pedagogy
  • Hegel and Philosophy of Education (I)
  • Hegel and Philosophy of Education (II)
  • Hegel on Moral Development, Education, and Ethical Life
  • Hegelian Dialectics and Freire's Pedagogy
  • Heidegger
  • Heidegger and Curriculum
  • Heidegger and Learning
  • Heidegger and Mood
  • Heidegger and Schooling
  • Heidegger and Wonder
  • Heidegger as Teacher
  • Heidegger on Teaching
  • Heidegger's Enframing and the Indigenous Self in Education
  • Herbart, Johann Friedrich (1776–1841)
  • Hermeneutic Philosophy
  • Hermeneutics
  • Hermeneutics and Educational Experience
  • Hierarchical Invidious Monoism
  • Hierarchical Patrimonial Monologue
  • Higher Education
  • Higher Student Movements
  • History and Philosophy of Science
  • History of Education
  • History of IPO
  • History of Philosophy of Sport
  • History of Teacher Education
  • Hobbes and Philosophy of Education
  • Holisitic Education
  • Holism
  • Holistic Development
  • Holy Child, The
  • Homophobia
  • Honneth on Moral Growth
  • Horkheimer and Philosophy of Education
  • Human Capital Theory and Education
  • Human Capital Theory in Education
  • Human Development
  • Human Embodiment
  • Human Engagement
  • Human Rights and Education
  • Human Rights, Postcolonialism, and Education
  • Humanism
  • Humanism, Postcolonialism, and Education
  • Humanistic Education
  • Humanities
  • Hybrid
  • I
  • I'e toga
  • Iconic and Symbolic Language
  • Idealism
  • Identity
  • Identity-Work
  • Ideology
  • Ideology of Neoliberalism
  • Illness
  • ‘Ilo
  • Images of the Child and Learning in the Early Years Curriculum: A Historical Overview
  • Imitatio
  • Impact of Levinas’ Philosophy on Educational Theory, The
  • Implicit
  • Improvement and Accountability Functions of Assessment: Impact on Teachers’ Thinking and Action
  • Inadequacies
  • Incas
  • Inclusion
  • Inclusive Education
  • Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Inclusive Schools
  • Incredible Years as a Tool of Governmentality: A Foucauldian Analysis of an Early Years Parenting Program
  • India
  • Indigenizing Projects
  • Indigenous
  • Indigenous Community
  • Indigenous Epistemology
  • Indigenous Philosophies and Education: The Case of Kaupapa Māori
  • Indigenous Philosophy
  • Indigenous Philosophy of Relationships
  • Indigenous Thoughts in Education
  • Individual and Community in Muslim Education
  • Individuality
  • Individuality/Social Category
  • Individuation
  • Indoctrination
  • Indoctrination and Science Education
  • Indoctrination and the Un-growth of Morality
  • Inequality
  • Informal Assessment
  • Infrastructures
  • Innovation Policy
  • Inquiry
  • Inquiry Dialogue
  • Inquiry Learning and Teaching in Science Education
  • Instinct
  • Instruction
  • Instructional Leadership
  • Instructional Systems
  • Instrumentalism
  • Integrative Education
  • Intellectual Virtues and Educational Practice
  • Intensity
  • Intention
  • Interaction
  • Interests
  • International Philosophy Olympiad
  • Internet Access
  • Intersectionality
  • Intersections of Gender and Ability/Disability in Education
  • Intersubjectivity
  • Introducing Philosophy as a Subject Matter in Formal Education
  • Islam and the Philosophy of Education: The Three Approaches
  • Islamic Education
  • Islamic Education and Educational Technology: In the Quest for Democratic Engagement
  • Islamic Perspective of Vocational Education
  • Islamic Philosophy of Education
  • Issues in the Aesthetics of Educational Administration
  • J
  • John Locke's Thoughts on Education
  • Judicialization
  • Juridification and Education
  • Justice
  • K
  • K–12 Public Education System
  • Kaitiakitanga – Active Guardianship, Responsibilities, and Relationships with the World: Towards a Bio-cultural Future in Early Childhood Education
  • Kakala
  • Kant
  • KBE, Antihumanist, Humanist, Posthumanist
  • Kindergarten
  • Kindergarten: Philosophical Movements in the Nineteenth Century
  • Kinds of Educational Theory
  • Knowledge
  • Knowledge Based Economy
  • Knowledge, Violence, and Education
  • Knowledge-in-Practice
  • Kohlberg
  • L
  • Labor in the Digital Age
  • Labor: From Industrial to Digital
  • Langeveld
  • Langeveld, Martinus J. (1905–1989)
  • Language
  • Language and Identity in Haiti: Central Issues in Education
  • Language as “House of Being”
  • Language Learning
  • Large Data Set
  • Latin America
  • Latino and African-American Social Relations
  • Latino Praxis
  • Layered Leadership
  • Leadership
  • Leadership and Learning
  • Leadership Research and Practice: Competing Conceptions of Theory
  • Learning
  • Learning Analytics
  • Learning and Media Literacy
  • Learning and Teaching Practices
  • Learning as Experience
  • Learning Networks
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Learning Practices
  • Learning Through Infrastructures: Cybercafes as Spaces for Digital Literacy
  • Legalization
  • Leisure: A Philosophical View About Leisure, Personal Freedom, and Politics
  • Levinas
  • Levinas in the Philosophy of Education
  • LGBTQ
  • Liberal Arts
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Liberal Arts Education
  • Liberal Democracies
  • Liberal Education
  • Liberation
  • Liberation Theology, Power of Language, and Preservation of Guaraní: A Paraguayan Context
  • Life
  • Life World (Lebenswelt)
  • Linearity
  • Literacies
  • Literacies and Identity
  • Literacies, An Introduction
  • Literacy and Technology
  • Literacy Practices
  • Lived
  • Logic
  • Logic of Normative Theory
  • Logotherapy
  • Longing for Innocence and Purity: Nature and Child-Centered Education
  • Lordship and Bondage
  • Love
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • Lyotard and Philosophy of Education
  • Lyotard, Hope on the Dark Side
  • M
  • Mach and Science Teaching
  • Major Thinkers
  • Making Educated Girls in the Global South: Insights from Educational Anthropology
  • Mālie Conceptualizing: A New Philosophy of Tongan Education
  • Management
  • Managerialism and Education
  • Māori (Indigenous Peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand)
  • Mapping the Terrain of Political Theory in Education
  • Marcuse and Critical Education
  • Marcuse, Herbert
  • Marginality
  • Marginalization
  • Market Fundamentalism
  • Marketization of European Higher Education Through Policy
  • Markets
  • Martin Heidegger
  • Marx and Philosophy of Education
  • Marxism
  • Marxism and Disability Studies
  • Marxism and Student Movements
  • Marxism, Critical Realism, and Education
  • Masculinities
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
  • Material Culture
  • Materialist Disability Studies
  • Materiality
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Achievement
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Cognition
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Curriculum
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Discourse
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Economy
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Identity
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Labor
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Policy
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of Technology
  • Mathematics Education as a Matter of the Body
  • Mathematics for All
  • Maturity/Immaturity
  • Meaning
  • Meaning and Teaching
  • Meaning Making
  • Meaning of Life
  • Meaning of Sport for Spectators, The
  • Media and Youth Movements
  • Media Logic
  • Mediatization
  • Mentoring and Decolonization
  • Meritocracy
  • Merleau-Ponty
  • Merleau-Ponty and Somatic Education
  • Metaphor
  • Metaphor and Edusemiotics
  • Method
  • Methodological Issues in Science Education Research
  • Methodology
  • Micropolitics
  • Mind
  • Mindfulness
  • Mobile Internet
  • Modal Competence
  • Modal Learning
  • Moderation and Assessment
  • Modern Education
  • Modern Social Imaginary
  • Mollenhauer, Klaus (1928–1998)
  • Moral Development
  • Moral Education
  • Morality
  • Motherhood
  • Mothering
  • Mothers
  • Mothers and Mothering in Education
  • Motto
  • Multiculturalism
  • Multiliteracies
  • Multimedia Literacies
  • Multimodal Literacies
  • Muslim Education
  • Muslim Education and Ethics: On Autonomy, Community, and (Dis)agreement
  • Muslim Education and Gender Equality on Reconstructing a Just Narrative
  • Muslim Women
  • My Perspective on Philosophy of Education and Educational Practice(s)
  • N
  • Narrative
  • Narrative Assessment: A Sociocultural View
  • Narratology
  • Nation, Nationalism, Curriculum, and the Making of Citizens
  • Nation-State
  • Naturalism
  • Nature
  • Nature of Educational Theory
  • Nature of Science in the Science Curriculum
  • Nature-Based Education
  • (Neo-) Marxism
  • Neoconservatism
  • Neoliberal Discourses: Toward a Deeper Understanding and a Global Latino Education
  • Neoliberal Globalization and Educational Administration: Western and Developing Nation Perspectives
  • Neoliberalism
  • Neoliberalism and Education Policy
  • Neoliberalism and Environmental Education
  • Neoliberalism and Globalization
  • Neoliberalism and Power in Education
  • Neoliberalism, Hayek, and the Austrian School of Economics
  • Neo-pragmatist Philosophy of Education
  • Networked Learning
  • Neuron
  • New Education Fellowship (NEF)
  • New Education Movement
  • New Language of Learning
  • New Literacies Theory
  • new literacies, New Literacies
  • New Materialism
  • New Media
  • New Media Literacies
  • New School in Brazil
  • Nietzsche
  • Nietzsche and Acoustics
  • Nietzsche and Atomism
  • Nietzsche and Bildung/Paideia
  • Nietzsche and Education
  • Nietzsche and Morality
  • Nietzsche and Rhetoric as Self-Education
  • Nietzsche and Schooling
  • Nietzsche and Self-Education
  • Nietzsche and Solicitude
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich (1844–1900)
  • Nietzsche's Schopenhauer and Education
  • Nietzsche's Spiritual Exercises
  • Nietzschean Education
  • Nietzschean Education and Gelassenheit-Education
  • Nietzschean Nihilism
  • Nietzschean Perspectivism
  • Nietzschean Responsibility
  • Nonnormative
  • Normalcy
  • Norman Malcolm
  • Normative Philosophy of Education
  • Normative Traditions
  • Normativity
  • North American Critical Pedagogy
  • Number
  • O
  • On “the Temptation to Attack Common Sense”
  • On Heidegger on Education and Questioning
  • On Marxist Critical Ethnography
  • On Some of Nietzsche's Ideas That Inspired Postmodernist Educational Thinking
  • On the Logical Form of Educational Philosophy and Theory: Herbart, Mill, Frankena, and Beyond
  • On the Paradoxes of Nietzsche and Education: Perspectives
  • Online Learning
  • Online Universities
  • Ontological Issues in Educational Administration: The Ontological Status of Educational Organizations
  • Ontology
  • Ontology and Semiotics: Educating in Values
  • Open Access
  • Open and Distance Learning
  • Open Digital Practices, An Overview of
  • Open Distance Learning
  • Open Education
  • Open Education (OE)
  • Open Education and Education for Openness
  • Open Education, An Overview of
  • Open Education, Privacy, Security, and Safety: Call to Action
  • Open Educational Practices
  • Open Educational Resources
  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Open Learning
  • Open Pedagogy
  • Open Politics and Education
  • Open Universities
  • Open Works, Open Cultures, and Open Learning Systems
  • Openness
  • “Openness” and “Open Education” in the Global Digital Economy: An Emerging Paradigm of Social Production
  • Openness and Power
  • Opportunity to Learn
  • Oppressors and Oppressed
  • Optimality
  • Ordinality
  • Ordinary Language Philosophy
  • Organizational Change
  • Organizational Culture
  • Original Sin
  • Ortega y Gasset, José (1883–1955)
  • Orthography
  • ‘Other’
  • “Others”
  • Outdoor Education
  • Overview of Metatheory of Educational Knowledge
  • Ownership
  • P
  • Pacific
  • Pacific Islands
  • Pacific Peoples
  • Paideia
  • Panshophy
  • Papatuanuku in a Maori Philosophy of Education
  • Paradigms
  • Parenthood
  • Parenting
  • Parenting as a Site of Governance in Early Childhood Education
  • Parents
  • Participation
  • Pasifika
  • Pasifiki
  • Passion
  • Patterns in Teaching Philosophy
  • Pedagogic
  • Pedagogisation
  • Pedagogization
  • Pedagogy
  • Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • Peirce
  • Peirce and Embedded Philosophy of Education
  • Performance
  • Persuasive Language
  • Peru
  • Peter Winch
  • Phenomenological Methodology
  • Phenomenological Pedagogy
  • Phenomenological Research in Education
  • Phenomenological Theory of Bildung and Education
  • Phenomenology
  • Phenomenology in Education
  • Phenomenology of Digital Media
  • Phenomenology of Ethics and Aesthetics
  • Phenomenology of Higher Education
  • Phenomenology of Inclusion, Belonging, and Language
  • Phenomenology of Language
  • Phenomenology of Movement and Place
  • Phenomenology of the Adult-Child Relation
  • Phenomenology, Education, and the More-Than-Human World
  • Phenomenology, Language, and the Unspoken: The Preverbal Dimension of Children's Experience
  • Phenomenon of Childhood Migration
  • Philosophers of Education
  • Philosophical Dialogue
  • Philosophical Education
  • Philosophical Education, An Overview of
  • Philosophical Grammar
  • Philosophical Idealism and Educational Theory
  • Philosophical Inquiry
  • Philosophical Inquiry in Education
  • Philosophical Roots of Gilligan-Kohlberg Controversy, The
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy and Childhood
  • Philosophy for Children
  • Philosophy in Education
  • Philosophy in High School
  • Philosophy of Disability
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Philosophy of Education and Science Education
  • Philosophy of Education: Its Current Trajectory and Challenges
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Philosophy of Social Science
  • Philosophy with Children
  • Philosophy with Children: The Lipman-Sharp Approach to Philosophy for Children
  • Philosophy with Picturebooks
  • Place
  • Place Theory
  • Place-Based Education
  • Place-Based Pedagogy
  • Placenta
  • Placing Semiotics Within the Academy
  • Play
  • Play and Belonging
  • Play and Language
  • Play: Aesthetics and Ambiguity of Play in Early Childhood Education
  • Plurality of Tradition
  • Policy
  • Policy Imperative in Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Policy Scholarship
  • Political Aspects of Assessment
  • Political Economy of Charter Schools
  • Political Economy of Disablement, The
  • Political Economy of Open Education, The
  • Political Economy of Openness, The
  • Political Philosophy
  • Political Theory
  • Political Theory of Neoliberalism
  • Politics
  • Politics of Open Education, The
  • Politics of Openness, The
  • Popular Education
  • Populism
  • Positioning
  • Postcolonialism
  • Postcolonialism, Development, and Education
  • Postcritical Pedagogy
  • Postfeminism
  • Postgraduate
  • Posthumanism
  • Postmodernism and Education: Relevance of Deleuzian and Guattarian Perspective for Education
  • Poststructural Discourse Analysis of Modern Parenting in Early Childhood Education
  • Poststructuralism
  • Poststructuralism and Education
  • Poststructuralism, Postcolonialism, and Education
  • Post-structuralist Thought
  • Postulates
  • Poto
  • Power
  • Practical Reasoning
  • Practical Syllogism
  • Practice
  • Practice of Philosophical Dialogue in Educational Settings, The
  • Practitioner
  • Pragmatism
  • Praxis
  • Pre-disposed Understanding
  • Predisposition
  • Presence
  • Pre-verbal
  • Primary School Curriculum to Foster Thinking About Mathematics
  • Principles of Beauty
  • Private and Public in European Higher Education
  • Privatization
  • Problematics
  • Problem-Centered View
  • Process
  • Professional Dialogue
  • Professional Judgement in Ethics
  • Professionalization
  • Profit
  • Progressive Education
  • Progressive Education Association (PEA)
  • Progressive School
  • Proxy Variables
  • Psycho-Emotional Dimensions of Disability
  • Psychological Approach
  • Public
  • Publicity
  • Punishment
  • Purity
  • Purpose of Education
  • Pute
  • Q
  • Quality Control
  • Quantum Physics
  • Queer
  • Queer Theory
  • Quest for Heroes
  • Quest of Educational Slogans, The
  • Questions on the Global Indigenous
  • Quipus
  • Qurānic Exegeses
  • R
  • Race
  • “Race” Over Class
  • Racialization
  • Radical Pedagogy
  • Rancière and Education
  • Rancière on Radical Equality and Adult Education
  • Rankings and Mediatization of University
  • Rationality
  • Rationalization
  • Reading
  • Reading Order
  • Reading/Writing
  • Real Recognize Real: Local Hip-Hop Cultures and Global Imbalances in the African Diaspora
  • Realism
  • Reality
  • Reciprocity
  • Recognition
  • Reconsidering Aesthetics and Everyday Life
  • Redescription
  • Reduction
  • Reflexivity
  • Reform
  • Relation
  • Relation(s)
  • Relational
  • Relational Pedagogy
  • Relationship Building
  • Reliability
  • Religion
  • Religion and Modern Educational Aspirations
  • Religious Education
  • Relision
  • Research Approaches
  • Research Conduct
  • Research Design
  • Research Methods
  • Research Policy
  • Research Programmes
  • Research Traditions
  • Researcher
  • Resistance
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Responsible Action
  • Responsivity
  • Resurgence of Freirean Pedagogy in the New Media Age
  • Revitalizing Islamic Ecological Ethics Through Education
  • Rhizoanalysis as Educational Research
  • Rhizomatic Research
  • Rights
  • Risk Taking
  • Rodríguez, Simón
  • Role Model
  • Rorty, Richard (1931–2007)
  • Rousseau on Bildung and Morality
  • Rule Following
  • S
  • Sacralization and Romanticization of Children and Mothers
  • Sacred Relationships
  • Sakia Gunn
  • Salvation and Education
  • Saying
  • Schizophrenia
  • School
  • School and Inclusion
  • School Choice
  • School Development and School Reforms
  • School Improvement
  • School Leadership
  • School Programs
  • School Reform
  • Schooling
  • Schools
  • Schopenhauer and Nietzsche on Moral Growth
  • Science
  • Science Learning
  • Science Teacher Education and Identity
  • Science, Naturalism, and Education
  • Scientific Communication and the Open Society: The Emerging Paradigm of “Open Knowledge Production”
  • Sebeok
  • Second Language Acquisition: An Edusemiotic Approach
  • Second-Order Study
  • Sector
  • Self-Cultivation
  • Self-Directedness
  • Selfhood
  • Self-Questioning
  • Seminal Authors
  • Semioethics
  • Semiosis
  • Semiosis as Relational Becoming
  • Semiotics
  • Sense Perception
  • Sensory Experience
  • Sensuous, The
  • Sentiment
  • Service-Learning
  • Sexualities
  • Sexuality
  • Shared
  • Shortcomings
  • Sign
  • Sign User
  • Significance
  • Signification
  • Significs
  • Single Gender Schools
  • Singularity
  • Situated Learning
  • Sketching the Multiple Relevance of Postmodernism to Educational Theory
  • Skills
  • Social and Restorative Justice: A Moral Imperative for Educational Leaders
  • Social Change
  • Social Efficiency
  • Social Emotional Learning
  • Social Emotional Learning and Latino Students
  • Social Groups
  • Social Imaginaries and Children's Rights
  • Social Imaginaries and Democratic Teaching and Learning
  • Social Imaginaries and Deschooling
  • Social Imaginaries and Econometrics for Education Policy
  • Social Imaginaries and Education as Transformation
  • Social Imaginaries and Inclusion
  • Social Imaginaries and Possibilism in State Schooling
  • Social Imaginaries and Schooling
  • Social Imaginaries and the New Education Fellowship
  • Social Imaginaries: An Overview
  • Social Interaction
  • Social Issues
  • Social Justice Pedagogy
  • Social Media
  • Social Mobility
  • Social Moderation
  • Social Movements
  • Social Radicalism
  • Social Responsibility
  • Social Semiotics
  • Sociocultural Approach
  • Sociological Approaches to Educational Administration
  • Sociology of Disability
  • Sociology of Education
  • Socratic Dialogue
  • Socratic Dialogue in Education
  • Socratic Dialogue: A Comparison Between Ancient and Contemporary Method
  • Software
  • Somaesthetics
  • Somatic Knowing and Intentional Co-creation
  • Somatic Marker Hypothesis
  • Spatial Theory
  • Specialization
  • Speed – Positive Aspects
  • Sport's Relation to Beauty and Art
  • State, The
  • Statement
  • Statistical Significance
  • Story
  • Structuralism
  • Student Achievement
  • Student Identity
  • Students Who Want Banking Education and Related Challenges to Problem-Posing Education
  • Subcultures
  • Subject
  • Subjectivity
  • Subsidiary Awareness
  • Surveillance
  • Sustainability and Education
  • Sustainability Competencies
  • Sustainability Didactics
  • Sustainability Education
  • Syllabi
  • Systems Approach
  • T
  • Taking Our Time: Slow Learning, Cautious Teaching
  • Talanoa
  • Talanoa: A Tongan Research Methodology and Method
  • Teacher Education
  • Teacher Education at the Intersection of Educational Sciences
  • Teacher Evaluation and Islamic Education, A Critical Perspective
  • Teachers
  • Teachers’ Associations
  • Teaching
  • Teaching and Critically Reflective Practice in Freire
  • Teaching for Thinking
  • Teaching Islam to Children in Multicultural Singapore
  • Teaching Philosophy
  • Technofeminist Lens on Schooling in the Digital Age
  • Technoliteracies
  • Technoliteracy
  • Technology
  • Temporalities of Academic Work
  • Testing
  • Textbooks
  • Textuality
  • Theories of Moral Development
  • Theorizing Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation in Early Childhood Education
  • Theory
  • Theory Building and Education for Understanding
  • Theory of Forms
  • Theory of Knowledge and Educational Administration
  • Theory/Practice Divide
  • Therapy
  • Third World Girl as an Educative Spectacle
  • Thoughtful Reflection on Classroom Work
  • Three Views of Philosophy and Multiculturalism: Searle, Rorty, and Taylor
  • Time
  • Time Pressure
  • Totality
  • Training
  • Transcendentalism
  • Transformative Learning
  • Translation
  • Transliteracies
  • Transnational
  • Transparency
  • Transphobia
  • Trust
  • Truth
  • Truth and the Pragmatic Theory of Learning
  • U
  • Ummah
  • Unarticulated
  • Unconscious, The
  • Undergraduate
  • Universalism
  • Universities and the Politics of Autonomy
  • University
  • University Rankings
  • Unmaking the Work of Pedagogy Through Deleuze and Guattari
  • Unspoken: Latent
  • Upbringing
  • Urban Environmental Education
  • Use of Levinas in Educational Philosophy, The
  • Use of Quipus in Peru and the Process of Alphabetization and Schooling, The
  • Utilitarianism
  • Utrecht School
  • V
  • Va, Tauhi Va
  • Validity
  • Validity Theory in Measurement
  • Values
  • Values Education
  • Values in Science and in Science Classrooms
  • Verification
  • Verification of Educational Theory
  • Verificationism
  • Videogaming and Literacies
  • Vietnam
  • Viewing Early Years’ Curriculum Through Poststructuralist Lenses
  • Virtue Epistemology and Education
  • Visual Literacy
  • Visual Methodologies and Latino Cultural Studies: Implications for the Sociology of Education
  • Vocationalism
  • Vulnerability
  • Vulnerable Child, The
  • W
  • War Machine, The
  • Web 2.0
  • Weblogs
  • Wellbeing
  • Whakapapa (Genealogy)
  • Whakapapa: A Māori Way of Knowing and Being in the World
  • Where the Learning Sciences Need Philosophers
  • White Supremacy
  • Wikilearning
  • Wikis
  • Wisdom
  • Wittgenstein
  • Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Education: A Feminist Reassessment
  • Wittgenstein and the Learning of Emotions
  • Wittgenstein and the Path of Learning
  • Wittgenstein and the Philosophy of the Subject
  • Wittgenstein as Educator
  • Wittgenstein, Language, and Instinct
  • Wittgenstein's Pedagogical Metaphors
  • Wittgensteinian Legacy
  • Wittgensteinian Perspectives and Science Education Research
  • Women's Studies
  • Work
  • Wynter and Decolonization
  • Y
  • Youth Movements
  • Youth, Debt, and the Promise of Critical Pedagogy
  • Z
  • Zerilli
  • Erratum to: Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory