Solving Education's Problems Effectively
A Guide to Using the Case Method
By (author) Gerard Giordano
Publication date:16 March 2009
Length of book:252 pages
Rich in practical information about the history of American education, Solving Education's Problems Effectively encourages readers to analyze, prioritize, and synthesize historical information by applying it to current situations. Using more than thirty case studies, Giordano suggests solutions to issues that plague educators across the nation-from textbook quality to gender, race, and religion biases. The case studies are accompanied by activities to prompt educators to higher levels of thinking about the problems they face.
There is a void in textbooks for real life applications. In Solving Education's Problems Effectively, Giordano provides good solid information, historical background, and real-life case studies.