Dialogic Education: Conversation About Ideas and Between Persons (Hardback)
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Dialogic Education: Conversation About Ideas and Between Persons (Hardback)

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Hardback 280 Pages / Published: 30/10/1992
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Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press
ISBN: 9780809318049
Number of pages: 280
Weight: 635 g
Dimensions: 229 x 146 x 22 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"What the book attempts to do-- invite reflection about the nature and demands of good teaching-- it does well.""-- "Communication Quarterly


"This is not a how-to book. Rather, it is a book that makes you think." -- Communication Education


"What the book attempts to do--invite reflection about the nature and demands of good teaching--it does well.""--"Communication Quarterly


"This is not a how-to book. Rather, it is a book that makes you think." --Communication Education


"Arnett describes his topic in the first sentence of the introduction: 'This book-length essay examines a noble vocation: college teaching centered on undergraduate instruction.' It explores the role of dialogue in creating a constructive teacher-student relationship to improve university education by improving that key dimension of education,"""--Communication Research Trends

"Arnett offers the academic world a substantial glimpse of his own lifelong journey into ideas and personhood in this highly communicative . . . portrayal of contemporary higher education. . . . He emphasizes both content and relational dimensions of college teaching and institutional arrangements. . . . A former academic administrator and sensitive scholar in communication studies, his intellectual memory bank houses a wide range of ideological sources from existentialism to neoconservatism."--Choice

"Arnett offers the academic world a substantial glimpse of his own lifelong journey into ideas and personhood in this highly communicative . . . portrayal of contemporary higher education. . . . He emphasizes both content and relational dimensions of college teaching and institutional arrangements. . . . A former academic administrator and sensitive scholar in communication studies, his intellectual memory bank houses a wide range of ideological sources from existentialism to neoconservatism."Choice"


"Arnett describes his topic in the first sentence of the introduction: This book-length essay examines a noble vocation: college teaching centered on undergraduate instruction. It explores the role of dialogue in creating a constructive teacher-student relationship to improve university education by improving that key dimension of education."""Communication Research Trends"


"What the book attempts to doinvite reflection about the nature and demands of good teachingit does well."""Communication Quarterly

"This is not a how-to book. Rather, it is a book that makes you think." Communication Education"


"What the book attempts to doinvite reflection about the nature and demands of good teachingit does well."Communication Quarterly

"This is not a how-to book. Rather, it is a book that makes you think." Communication Education

"

"Arnett offers the academic world a substantial glimpse of his own lifelong journey into ideas and personhood in this highly communicative . . . portrayal of contemporary higher education. . . . He emphasizes both content and relational dimensions of college teaching and institutional arrangements. . . . A former academic administrator and sensitive scholar in communication studies, his intellectual memory bank houses a wide range of ideological sources from existentialism to neoconservatism."--Choice


"Arnett describes his topic in the first sentence of the introduction: 'This book-length essay examines a noble vocation: college teaching centered on undergraduate instruction.' It explores the role of dialogue in creating a constructive teacher-student relationship to improve university education by improving that key dimension of education."--Communication Research Trends


"What the book attempts to do--invite reflection about the nature and demands of good teaching--it does well."--Communication Quarterly

"This is not a how-to book. Rather, it is a book that makes you think." --Communication Education

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