William Heard Kilpatrick, Ph.D.
|Columbia University Teacher's COllege|
US American pedagogue and a pupil, a colleague and a successor of John Dewey. He was a major figure in the progressive education movement of the early 20th century.
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|Kilpatrick WH. (1986) Guiding principles for a more adequate educative process Educational Forum. 50: 253-262|
|James W, Dewey J, Kilpatrick WH. (1984) Talks to teachers on psychology American Journal of Psychology. 97: 470|
|Kilpatrick WH. (1956) How Should Teachers Be Educated? Educational Forum. 20: 287-291|
|Kilpatrick WH. (1953) Dewey's Philosophy of Education Educational Forum. 17: 143-154|
|Kilpatrick WH. (1952) Conception of moral and spiritual education Religious Education. 47: 83-86|
|Kilpatrick WH. (1951) Better Education for Citizenship Educational Forum. 15: 419-426|
|Murphy NA, Kilpatrick WH, Til WV. (1948) Intergroup Education Takes a New Look English Journal. 37: 267|
|Kilpatrick WH. (1944) Education and Enduring Peace Educational Forum. 8: 375-381|
|Kilpatrick WH. (1935) The Educational Challenge American Journal of Nursing. 35: 609-613|
|Barr AS, Almack JC, Ayer FC, et al. (1931) A symposium on the classification of educational research (continued from the may issue) Journal of Educational Research. 24: 1-22|