Goodlad, John I.
GOODLAD, John I.
GOODLAD, John I. American (born Canada), b. 1920. Genres: Education. Career: President, Institute for Educational Inquiry. Professor Emeritus of Education, University of Washington. Chairman, Editorial Advisory Board, New Standard Encyclopedia, 1953-. Member, Board of Dirs., Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp., 1966-93; Professor of Education and Director of the University Elementary School, 1960-85, and Dean of the Graduate School of Education, 1967-83, University of California at Los Angeles. Member, Board of Editors, Child's World, 1952-75; Contributing Ed., Progressive Education, 1955-58; Member, Board of Eds., School Review, 1956-58, and Journal of Teacher Education, 1958-60; Member, Editorial Board, American Educational Research Journal, 1964-66; Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Education Digest, 1968-70, and Editorial Board, Educational Forum, 1969-71; Contributing Ed., Educational Technology, 1970-72. Publications: Planning and Organizing for Teaching, 1963; School Curriculum Reform in the United States, 1964; School, Curriculum, and the Individual, 1966; The Changing School Curriculum, 1966; The Development of a Conceptual System for Dealing with Problems of Curriculum and Instruction, 1966; The Dynamics of Educational Change, 1975; Facing the Future, 1976; What Schools Are For, 1979; A Place Called School, 1984; Teachers for Our Nations Schools, 1990; Educational Renewal: Better Teachers, Better Schools, 1994; In Praise of Education, 1997. CO-AUTHOR: The Elementary School, 1956; Educational Leadership and the Elementary School Principal, 1956; The Nongraded Elementary School, 1959, rev. ed., 1963; Computers and Information Systems in Education, 1966; Behind the Classroom Door, 1970, rev. ed. as Looking behind the Classroom Door, 1974; Early Schooling in England and Israel, 1973; Early Schooling in the United States, 1973; Toward a Mankind School, 1974; The Conventional and the Alternative in Education, 1975; Curriculum Inquiry, 1979. EDITOR: The Changing American School, 1966; Individual Differences and the Common Curriculum, 1983; The Ecology of School Renewal, 1987. CO-EDITOR: The Elementary School in the United States, 1973; School-University Partnerships in Action, 1988; Access to Knowledge, 1990; The Moral Dimensions of Teaching, 1990; Places Where Teachers Are Taught, 1990; Integrating General and Special Education, 1993; The Public Purpose of Education and Schooling, 1997; Developing Democratic Character in the Young, 2001. Address: Institute for Educational Inquiry, 124 E Edgar St, Seattle, WA 98102, U.S.A.