Analysis of Educational Concepts

Publications:

Ennis, R. H. (2000). Test reliability: A practical exemplification of ordinary language philosophy. Philosophy of education 1999. Champaign, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.

Ennis, R. H. (1998).  Is critical thinking culturally biased? Teaching Philosophy, 21, 1 (March), 15-33.

Ennis, R.H. (1982).  Identifying implicit assumptions.  Synthese , 51, 61-86.

Ennis, R.H.  (1982).  Abandon causality?  Educational Researcher, 11 (7), 25-27.

Ennis, R.H.  (1976).  Equality of educational opportunity.  Journal of Educational Theory , 26, 1-18.

Ennis, R.H.  (1973).  On causality.  Educational Researcher, 2 (6), 4-11.

Ennis, R.H.  (1969).  The possibility of neutrality.  Journal of Educational Theory, 19, 347-356.

Ennis, R.H.  (1967).  Readiness to master a principle.  In B.P. Komisar & C.J.B. Macmillan (Eds.), Psychological concepts in education.  Chicago:  Rand McNally and Company.  Pp. 51-59.

Ennis, R.H.  (1959).  The "impossibility" of neutrality.  Harvard Educational Review,  29, 128-136.

Smith, B. O. and Ennis, R. H.  (Eds.).  (1961).  Language and concepts in education.  Chicago:  Rand McNally and Company.
 

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