History of Education
EDCI 658
Spring 2012

Texas A&M University
College of Education
Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture

Course Description: The genesis of formal education in the Western world beginning with the ancient Greeks and working through the Enlightenment; tracing the idea that schooling is a fundamental part of human existence and therefore crucial to all questions concerning the human condition. (Texas A&M Graduate Catalog, 2006-2007 page 315).

 Instructor Lynn M. Burlbaw
 Office Harrington Tower 330
 Office Hours See Web Page
 Class Meeting Class will meet each Thursday night from 5:45 to 8:15
 Meeting Site Harrington Tower 225
 Email burlbaw@neo.tamu.edu
Course Listserv edci658@listserv.tamu.edu
 Web Site http://lburlbaw.cehd.tamu.edu
 Home Phone 979-589-3699
 Office Phone 979-845-8384; leave message
 Fax 979-845-9663

Required Textbook:
Gutek, Gerald L. A History of the Western Educational Experience, 2nd ed. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 1995. ISBN 0-88133-818-4

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Supplemental Reading for January 26th

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Lynn M. Burlbaw
last updated January 19, 2012