Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Cannatella, Howard"
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Cannatella, Howard (2006) Plato and Aristotle’s educational lessons from the Iliad. Paideusis: Journal of the Canadian Philosophy of Education Society = revue de la Société canadienne de philosophie de l'éducation, 15 (2). ISSN 0838-4517
Cannatella, Howard (2006) The moving paradoxes of the philosophy of education. Kwartalnik pedagogiczny., 199 (1). ISSN 0023-5938
Cannatella, Howard (2004) In defense of observational practice in art and design education. Journal of aesthetic education, 38 (1). pp. 65-77. ISSN 0021-8510
Cannatella, Howard (2000) Is play educationally important in the teaching of art? Consciousness, literature and the arts, 1 (1). ISSN 1470-5648
Cannatella, Howard (2002) A case study of independent group peer-assisted learning. In: Enhancing curricula: exploring effective curriculum practices in art, design and communication in higher education: 2002 1st international conference. Davies, Allan, ed. Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art & Design, London. ISBN 0954143922
Cannatella, Howard (2001) Creativity and education. In: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain annual conference 2001: New College, Oxford 6-8 April 2001. Davies, Richard, ed. University of Oxford, Oxford, pp. 85-94.
Cannatella, Howard (2000) Reflections in learner autonomy. In: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain annual conference 2000: New College, Oxford 14-16 April 2000. Davies, Richard, ed. University of Oxford, Oxford, pp. 94-104.
Conference or Workshop Item
Cannatella, Howard (2006) Plato and Aristotle’s educational lessons from the Iliad. In: Canadian Society for the Study of Education Annual Conference, 27-30 May 2006, York University, Toronto.
Cannatella, Howard (2005) The subtlety of place: The lost art of phenomenology and being in the world of education. In: Ninth East-West Philosopher’s Conference: Education and Their Purposes, A Philosophical Dialogue among Cultures, 29 May - 11 June 2005, University of Hawaii.