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by Sam F. Stack Jr.

Author: Sam F. Stack Jr.
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (September 28, 2004)
Pages: 309 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
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This biography chronicles the life and teaching practices of Elsie Ripley Clapp, one of the most significant female leaders in progressive education. Clapp's greatest contribution to American education is the community school, a place for self-realization, caring, cooperation, and cultural enrichment as well as the cornerstone of democratic society. This book explores Clapp's personal journey, her triumphs and her failures.

Published September 2004 by Peter Lang Publishing.

Elsie Ripley Clapp (November 13, 1879, Brooklyn Heights, New York - July 28, 1965, New Hampshire) was an American educator. Elsie Ripley Clapp was born to William Gamwell Clapp and Sarah Ripley Clapp. Clapp's mother was a pianist and her father was a stockbroker. Starting in her youth, she was plagued with health problems that would continue through adulthood. Over the course of her life Clapp would explore many endeavors from teaching to writing. Clapp s greatest contribution to American education is the community school, a place for self-realization, caring, cooperation, and cultural enrichment as well as the cornerstone of democratic society.

New schools for old: The regeneration of the Porter school Schooling and struggle for public life: Critical pedagogy in the modern age . Elsie Ripley Clapp (1879–1965): Her life and the community school. New York: Peter Lang.

New schools for old: The regeneration of the Porter school Schooling and struggle for public life: Critical pedagogy in the modern age Progressive education: From arcady to academe. Curriculum for utopia: Social reconstruction and critical pedagogy in the postmodern era. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. A rural community school in Kentucky.

This biography chronicles the life and teaching practices of Elsie Ripley Clapp, one of the most significant female leaders in progressive education

This biography chronicles the life and teaching practices of Elsie Ripley Clapp, one of the most significant female leaders in progressive education. Clapp’s greatest contribution to American education is the community school, a place for self-realization, caring, cooperation, and cultural enrichment as well as the cornerstone of democratic society. Challenging the practices of contemporary education in her era, she envisioned pedagogy as the integration of living and learning, building upon local resources and the experiences of students and their community

Автор: Stack, Sam . Jr. Название: Elsie ripley clapp (1879-1965) .

2004 Серия: History of schools and schooling Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: 9 illustrations Размер: 154 x 229 x 17 Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Англии. Описание: It Is Just You, Everything& Not Shit is a life-affirming (although slightly piss-taking) guide to all the things that make life great.

Elsie Ripley Clapp, Community Schools in Action (New York: Viking, 1939); and The Use of Resources in Education (New York: Harper and Row, 1952)

Elsie Ripley Clapp, Community Schools in Action (New York: Viking, 1939); and The Use of Resources in Education (New York: Harper and Row, 1952). Although Clapp lived until 1964 these projects were considered by her to be her best work and the culmination of a productive career as an educator. See Lawrence Cremin, The Transformation of the School: Progressivism in American Education 1876–1957 (New York: Vintage, 1964), pp. 204–205. The City and Country School is also discussed inGoogle Scholar.

Elsie Ripley Clapp (1879–1965)

Elsie Ripley Clapp (1879–1965). An expert in rural Progressive education in Kentucky and West Virginia, Elsie Ripley Clapp was director at the Arthurdale School in West Virginia; she documented her experiences in The Use of Resourcesin Education (1952) and Community Schools in Action (1939). Elsie Clapp was born in the exclusive area of Brooklyn Heights, New York. Her father, William Gamwell Clapp, was a stockbroker and her mother, Sally Ripley Clapp, a gifted pianist

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This biography chronicles the life and teaching practices of Elsie Ripley Clapp, one of the most significant female leaders in progressive education. Clapp’s greatest contribution to American education is the community school, a place for self-realization, caring, cooperation, and cultural enrichment as well as the cornerstone of democratic society. Challenging the practices of contemporary education in her era, she envisioned pedagogy as the integration of living and learning, building upon local resources and the experiences of students and their community. Learning was more than training or the acquisition of knowledge, it was a form of communal sharing. Agreeing with her mentor John Dewey, a true education was more of a journey than arrival at a specific destination. This book explores Clapp’s personal journey, her triumphs and her failures.