Learning, Creating, and Using Knowledge: Concept Maps as Facilitative Tools in Schools and Corporations

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Author Index

A
Abrams, R., 62, 118, 187, 237
Achterberg, C. L., 93, 102, 231
Adams-Weber, J., xii, 100, 218, 233
Adey, P., 45, 238
Alaiyemola, F. F., 189, 231
Anderson, J. R., 47, 72, 231
Argyris, C., 113, 231
Arzi, H., 165, 231
Aschbacher, P. R., 190, 234
Ausubel, D. P., 5, 27, 36, 37, 40, 41, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 58, 59, 63, 64, 71, 72, 96, 164, 231

B
Bacharach, S. B., 177, 238
Baranga, C. B. A., 190, 197, 231
Bauer, L., 112, 231
Beissner, K., 27, 235
Belenky, M. F., 169, 231
Benbow, C. P., 171, 231
Berends, M., 176, 233
Berne, E., 155, 231
Best, R., 169, 170, 231
Bierlein, L. A., 210, 231
Black, J. K., 199, 237
Bloom, B. S., 47, 232
Bonner, J. T., 163, 232
Borman, K., 112, 231
Brandt, R., 208, 232
Bretz, S., 188, 232
Bridges, E. M., 142, 232
Bronfenbrenner, U., 169, 232
Brown, A. L., 12, 205, 232
Brown, J. S., 43, 232
Bush, V., 95, 232

C
Cañas, A. J., xii, 100, 218, 232, 233
Cannon, W. B., 163, 232
Carey, S., 47, 68, 232
Ceci, S. J., 169, 232
Champy, J., 111, 234
Chi, M. T. H., 47, 68, 232
Christensen, P. R., 77, 234
Clery, D., 89, 232
Clinchy, B., 169, 231
Cobern, W. W., 119, 233
Collins, A., 43, 232
Commoner, B., 163, 232
Crosby, P. B., 27, 121, 232
Cullen, J. F., Jr., 69, 70, 232
Cusick, P. A., 142, 238

D
Davis, B., 123, 239
Deacon, D., 109, 239
DeBessonet, C., 218, 232
Delago, J., 198, 235
Dethier, V. G., 164, 232
Donaldson, A. C., 47, 232
Douglas, C. B., 153, 235
Drucker, P. F., 2, 18, 147, 157, 159, 190, 204, 213, 232
Duguid, P., 43, 232
Dunn, B. R., 218, 232
Dunn, J., 154, 232

E
Edmondson, K. M., 95, 232
Edwards, J., 194, 232

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures ix
  • List of Tables xv
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgments xviii
  • 1 - An Overview of the Book 1
  • 2 - The Need for a Theory of Education 8
  • 3 - Meaningful Learning for Empowerment 19
  • 4 - The Construction of New Meanings 35
  • 5 - Ausubel's* Assimilation Learning Theory 49
  • 6 - The Nature of Knowledge and How Humans Create Knowledge 79
  • 7 - The Effective Teacher/Manager 112
  • 8 - The Context for Education/ Management 153
  • 9 - Evaluation and Rewards 180
  • 10 - Improving Education in Schools and Corporations 202
  • Appendix I: How To Build a Concept Map 227
  • Appendix II: Procedures for Teaching VEE Diagramming 229
  • References 231
  • Author Index 240
  • Subject Index 244
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