Gerald L. Gutek Writing Styles in Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education: A Biographical Introduction

Gerald L. Gutek
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Perspective

Gerald L Gutek is the author of Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education: A Biographical Introduction. Gutek taught the history and philosophy of education for over thirty years. He has taught at Loyola University of Chicago, Northern Michigan University, Otterbein College and University of Glasgow in Scotland. His professional belief is that "educational biography is a valuable, powerful, but too-often neglected" way to prepare education professionals for teaching, administration and related fields. Gutek writes to show how education and transforming events and trends are interconnected. His work is highly informative and effective as an historical narrative to accomplish that goal.

Tone

Gutek's Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education: A Biographical Introduction is an objectively written text that clearly presents many facts of history. It serves as the backdrop against which to describe an individual educator's life and times. The tone of this work is a thoroughly researched academic...

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