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  • John Goodlad, 1920-2014

    John Goodlad, influential educational researcher and teacher whose work over the last sixty years has had a major impact on schools and the education of educators, died on November 29 at his home in Seattle. He was 94.

    “John Goodlad offered an alternative vision of what schooling should be,” said David Imig, “and inspired generations of teachers, principals, academics, politicians, and policy makers to find ways to make good on that vision.” Imig, for thirty years head of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and a long-time-colleague, said that Goodlad “was passionate in his beliefs about the role of schools in a free democratic society.”  Read More

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The October, 2015, NNER Journal article is available now.

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Nick Michelli's Presentation on John Goodlad

John I. Goodlad, His Life, The Man, His Contributions, The NNER, and the Future

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