Athens, OH 45701, United States
Mordechai Gordon studied at Ohio University. He got a Bachelor of Arts.
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Mordechai Gordon studied at Duquesne University. He got a Master of Arts.
New York, NY 10027, United States
Mordechai Gordon studied at Columbia University. He got a Master of Philosophy and a Doctor of Philosophy.
(Hannah Arendt And Education: Renewing Our Common World is...)
Hannah Arendt And Education: Renewing Our Common World is the first book to bring together a collection of essays on Hannah Arendt and education. The contributors contend that Arendt offers a unique perspective, one which enhances the liberal and critical traditions' call for transforming education so that it can foster the values of democratic citizenship and social justice.
(Ten Common Myths is a book that will open your eyes - whe...)
Ten Common Myths is a book that will open your eyes - whether you are an administrator, policy-maker, teacher, parent, or student. It will help you begin to reevaluate what our schools really should be doing. And maybe, just maybe, the conversation will begin that will result in schools where the real needs of students and our society are actually met.
(This book is a philosophical investigation of the signifi...)
This book is a philosophical investigation of the significance of humor and laughter, examining its relation to other human phenomena, including truth, nihilism, dreams, friendship, intimacy, aesthetic experience, self-transcendence, and education.
(In Existential Philosophy and the Promise of Education: L...)
In Existential Philosophy and the Promise of Education: Learning from Myths and Metaphors, Professor Gordon draws on some well-known myths and metaphors of various Existentialist thinkers and writers as a lens and an interpretative framework with which to explore a variety of issues in the philosophy of education.
Mordechai Gordon attended Ohio University, where he got a Bachelor of Arts with honors in 1986. Then he studied at Duquesne University and received a Master of Arts in 1987. At Columbia University, Gordon earned a Master of Philosophy in 1993 and a Doctor of Philosophy in 1997.
Mordechai Gordon started his teaching career in Israel. He served at the Educational Psychology Service Center as a school psychologist in 1987-1988 and as a high school English teacher in Tel-Aviv in 1989-1990. Gordon also worked at the Levinsky College of Education for four years. From 1993 to 1995, he was a teacher of English as a foreign language at community centers and also was a teacher of education courses at the Kibbutzim Teachers College.
Then Mordechai Gordon started to educate in the United States. He worked at the Brooklyn College of the City University of New York as a professor of education. Then, in 1998-2000, Gordon held the position of an adjunct assistant professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz, and from 1999 to 2000 at Adelphi University. Since 2001, Gordon serves at Quinnipiac University.
Additionally, Mordechai Gordon is a writer. Besides, he is the editor of Reclaiming Dissent: Civics Education for the 21st Century. Gordon also has published numerous articles in scholarly journals such as Educational Theory, Journal of Teacher Education, Oxford Review of Education, and Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice.
(In Existential Philosophy and the Promise of Education: L...)2016
(This book is a philosophical investigation of the signifi...)2013
(Hannah Arendt And Education: Renewing Our Common World is...)2001
(Ten Common Myths is a book that will open your eyes - whe...)2005
Mordechai Gordon's wife is Gabriela Gerstenfeld.