educational theories

This book counters this Western ethnocentrism and suggests some means to fight it. The Western perspective stems from a minority and it does not represent the majority of the world population that is situated outside of Europe and North-America. For millennia, various forms of educational theory and practices have been developed all over the world, and these are still in existence even though they may be ignored and despised by mainstream educational science. What does this wealth of educational forms have to offer in terms of innovative ideas? Could some of these be used to improve the quality and the appropriateness of modern schooling everywhere in the world?
The book contains contributions by authors from Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America. Several of them usually write in French or in Spanish, which will permit access to theories and research not always covered in English.

Rohrbach Library Website – your starting point for library research. I suggest using the Education Source database to focus your search on the field of education. Using the Omnisearch box usually leads to an enormous number of results.
To get you started:

References:

http://library.kutztown.edu/c.php?g=229004&p=1518808
http://www.questia.com/library/education/educators-and-educational-theorists