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American Educators Bibliography

EDUC 210 Curriculum Classics and Educational Policy, Prof. Welchel

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William Heard Kilpatrick (1871-1965) Bibliography
William Heard Kilpatrick.  The Aims of Philosophy of Education in American Democracy.  New Brunswick, NJ, New Jersey School Development Council, 1958.
―.   And So We Teach in a World War.  [New York] Elementary Education Group, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1942.
―.  The Art & Practice of Teaching, a Commencement Address Delivered at Bennington College, June, 1937.  New York, W. R. Scott, 1937.
―.  Child Health Education in Some of Its Broader Aspects.  New York, American Child Health Association, 1930.  Reprinted in 1931.
—.  The Culture and the Individual—Life, Learning and Individuality.  n.p.: n.p., 1939.
―.  The Dutch Schools of New Netherland and Colonial New York.  Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1912.
―.  Education and the Social Crisis; A Proposed Program.  New York: Liveright Publishing Corp., 1932.
―, ed. with Boyd Henry Bode, John Dewey, John L. Childs, R. Bruce Raup, H. Gordon Hullfish, and V. T. Thayer.  The Educational Frontier.  New York: The Appleton-Century Company, 1933.
—.  Foundations of Method.  New York: The Macmillan Company, 1951.  Previous editions appeared in 1925 and 1926.
—.  Foundations of Method: Informal Talks on Teaching.  New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925.    Reprinted Aug. 1925, Dec. 1925, May 1926, 1929, 1931, 1934, and 1935.
―.  Froebel's Kindergarten Principles Critically Examined.  New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916.
―.  The Future of Adult Education; An Address Delivered at a Regional Conference of the Education Division of the Works Progress Administration in New York City on April 27, 1937.  New York: n.p., 1937.
―.  Group Education for a Democracy.  New York: Associated Press, 1940.
―.  Group Education for a Democracy.  Tokyo: Maki Co., 1948.  Omit?
―.  Group Education for a Democracy.  Seoul: Education Federation of Republic of Korea for Central Educ. Research Institution, 1954.
—.  Habit.  New York: Child Study Association of America, 1925, 1927.
—.  How Shall We Think about Religion.  [Iowa City]: n.p., 1930.
—.  How We Learn: The Psychological Basis of the Project Method; Talks Delivered.  Calcutta, India: Association Press, 1928.    Reprinted in 1929.
— and William Van Til, eds.  Intercultural Attitudes in the Making; Parents, Youth Leaders, and Teachers at Work.  New York: Harper, 1947.
—.  John Dewey and His Contributions to American Education: An Address Given at Teachers College of Connecticut, Oct. 17, 1949.  New Britain, CN: Printed by the students of the Industrial Art Dept., 1949.
— and John L. Childs.  John Dewey As Educator: Two Essays: "The Educational Philosophy of John Dewey" by John L. Childs,[and] "Dewey's Influence on Education" by William H. Kilpatrick; With a Separate Preface by Childs and Kilpatrick and the Complete Table of Contents of the Philosophy of John Dewey.  New York: Progressive Education Association, 1939.
—.  Modern Education and Better Human Relations.  Second edition.  New York: Anti-defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1949.  Previous edition published in 1949.
—.  Modern Education: Its Proper Work.  Columbus, Ohio: Merrill, 1949.  26 p.  “Published for the John Dewey Society in co-operation with the American Education Fellowship.”
—.  Modern Education: Its Proper Work.  New York, Published for the John Dewey Society in co-operation with the American Education Fellowship [by] Insterstate, Printers & Publishers, 1950.
—.  Montessori Examined.  London: Constable and Company, 1915.—.  The Montessori System Examined.  London: Constable and Company, 1915.  Originally published in 1914.
—.  Moral and Spiritual Values in the World Today: Address Delivered at Commencement Exercises June 15, 1952.  Chicago: College of Jewish Studies, 1952.
—.  Moral Obligation and the World Today: Commencement Address, June 2, 1941.  n.p.:n.p., 1941.
—.  The New Education vs. the Old: Essential Differences; [a lecture] given at State University of New York, State Teachers College, New Paltz, N.Y., May 22, 1950.  New Paltz, N.Y., Zeta Zeta Chapter, Kappa Delta Pi, 1950.
—.  Our Educational Task, As Illustrated in the Changing South.  (Weil Lecutres on American Citizenship.)  Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1930.
—.  Our Schools and War.  [Philadelphia], [Friends' Peace Committee], 1929.
—.  Out of the Many, One: A Plan for Intercultural Education.  [New York]: n.p., 1942.—.  Philosophy of Education.  Second edition.  New York: The Macmillan Company, 1963.  Firest edition published in 1926 and reprinted several times.
—.  Preserving Southern History Material: An Address before the Southern Club of Columbia University, July 31, 1923.  [New York] : Columbia University Press, 1923..
―.  The Project Method: The Use of the Purposeful Act in the Educative Process.  New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1918.  Reprinted in 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922. 1924, 1926, and 1929.
—.  A Reconstructed Theory of the Educative Process .  Revised edition.  New York: Columbia University, Teachers College Bureau of Publications, 1935.    Reprinted in 1936.  Previous edition published in 1931.
―.  Remaking the Curriculum.  New York: Newson and Company, 1936.
—.  Source Book in the Philosophy of Education.  Revised edition.  New York: The Macmillan Company, 1934.    Reprinted 1936, 1937, 1942, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1950, 1952(12th printing), and 1959.  Previous editions of this title were published in 1923 and 1925.
— and Thomas D. Wood.   Summer Vacation Activities of the School Child.  New York and, London: The Century Company, 1933.  Report of the Subcommittee on Summer Vacation Activities of the School Child, William H. Kilpatrick, PH. D., chairman, Committee on the School Child.  White House White House Conference on Child Health and Protection.
―.  Syllabus in Philosophy of Education: Questions for Discussion, with Reading References and Topics for Papers.  New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1921.
―.  Syllabus in Philosophy of Education: Questions for Discussion, with Reading References and Topics for Papers.  1923 Revision.  New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1923.
―.  Syllabus in Philosophy of Education: Questions for Discussion, with Reading References and Topics for Papers.  Book 3.  New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1925.
―.  Syllabus in Philosophy of Education.  Revised edition.  New York: Bureau of Publications. Teachers College, Columbia University, 1934.
―, ed.  The Teacher and Society.  New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1937.
—.  Why Progressive Education.  Greeley, CO: Colorado State College of Education, 1935.

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Brubacher, John S., ed.  Eclectic Philosophy of Education: A Book of Readings.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1951.
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