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From names we know to those we might not: A review of our top ten educational theorists' contributions to the literature and the practical implications of their work
36th Annual OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators
  • George Hrivnak, Bond University
  • Amy L. Kenworthy, Bond University
Date of this Version
6-13-2009
Document Type
Journal Article
Publication Details
Interim status: Citation only.

Hrivnak, G. A. Jr., & Kenworthy, A. (2009). From names we know to those we might not: A review of our top ten educational theorists' contributions to the literature and the practical implications of their work. Paper presented at the 36th Annual OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators, Charleston, South California.

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© Copyright George A. Hrivnak Jr., & Amy Kenworthy, 2009
Abstract

This interactive session reviews the work of our "Top Ten" seminal educational theorists and contextualizes their most significant contributions in terms of their potential to enhance the teaching effectiveness of session participants. A variety of well-known and not-so-well-known theorists were deliberately chosen in a effort to make the session attractive to both experts and relative neophytes of the learning/education literature. The selected scholars vary from those well known in the management education literature (e.g. John Dewey, Jean Piaget) to those who are perhaps less well-known or appreciated (e.g. Lev Vygotsky, Robert Gagne, Paulo Freire, Malcolm Knowles, and Jack Mezirow).

Citation Information
George Hrivnak and Amy L. Kenworthy. "From names we know to those we might not: A review of our top ten educational theorists' contributions to the literature and the practical implications of their work" 36th Annual OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators (2009) p. 6p
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amy_kenworthy/3/