CONTENTS:- Vol.1: The Aims of Education: Preface; 1. The critical issues in educational philosophy; 2. Fundamentals aims of education; 3. A preface on national education; 4. Values in life and education; 5. Aims in education; 6. Critical evaluations; 7. Revaluations; 8. John Dewey and the experimentalist outlook; 9. An appraisal of scientific humanistic education; 10. The rise of sense realism in education; 11. Philosophy of the aims of education according to A.N. Whilhead; 12. Educational philosophy as discipline; 13. Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778); 14. Philosophy of education; 15. Education; 16. The mother on four Austerities and four liberations; 17. The training of the senses; 18. Sense-improvement practice; 19. The science of living; 20. Psychic and spiritual education; 21. An international center of education; 22. The moral nature; 23. Education-intellectual; 24. Educational reconstruction in India; 25. The curriculum; 26. Ideas and ideals of education; Index. Vol.2: Education Administration: Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Definition and scope of comparative education; 3. Aims in education; 4. The purpose of education; 5. Education for living; 6. The determinants of national character; 7. Education and national character; 8. Humanism; 9. Socialism; 10. Nationalism; 11. Democracy and education; 12. The administration of education; 13. Paramount issues challenging educational systems; 14. Play and work in the curriculum; 15. Partnership in educational outlook; 16. Christianity and the western tradition in education; 17. Developmental trends in components of educational systems; Index. Vol.3: Educational Psychology: Preface; 1. The child, the school, and the world; 2. Scales of attainment; 3. The psychology of the class; 4. The knell of class teaching; 5. The Dalton plan; 6. The play way; 7. Psycho-analysis in education; 8. The project method; 9. Free discipline; 10. Survey of current tendencies; 11. The training of the mental faculties; 12. The training of the logical faculty; 13. Axiological aspects of method; 14. Curriculum; 15. Epistemological aspects of method; Bibliography; Index. Vol.4: Philosophy of Education: Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Purpose and scope : "prove all things: hold fast that which is good."; 3. Educational values; 4. The philosophy of education; 5. The philosophical aspects of education; 6. Philosophy and educational assumptions; 7. The challenge to philosophies about education; 8. Experience and education; 9. The disciples of Dewey : bode, Childs, and Kilpatrick; 10. The outline of a philosophy; 11. Twenty-three years later; 12. The classical humanists; 13. The rhythm of education; 14. Education and human society: a realistic view; 15. Liberal education reconsidered; 16. The testament of the west; 17. The dynamics of secular humanism in the west; 18. Scientific humanistic education. 19. Medieval Christian culture; 19. The testimony of the east; 20. The theory of education in the Upanishads; 21. The Bhagavad Gita: its meaning for education; Index. Vol.5: Problems of Education: Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Tagore on the problem of education; 3. Problems of education; 4. Sex and marriage; 5. Democracy and education; 6. Jean-Jacques Rousseau's views on adult education; 7. The Gary contribution; 8. Parents and teachers; 9. Intellect, authority and intelligence; 10. Education and the significance of life; 11. The right kind of education; 12. What underlies the new teaching; 13. Lord Macaulay and high education in India; 14. Ram Mohan Roy and English education: a revaluation; 15. Summary of things to come; 16. The school; 17. Education and world peace; Index.
Education leaves a lasting impression on every human being. Every age brings forth its own values. With the development in technology and corresponding evolution of the objectives of education, the aims of education also undergo changes. Education of human child is similar all over the world. System of education administration is a latest development. Here systems of education in different countries are examined. The purpose is to share educational knowledge and assimilate good points of education from other countries in order to improve teaching and learning process. Objectives of this encyclopaedia is to examine and understand the different dimensions of the students behaviour. Psycho-analysis in education, training of various faculties and other psychological methods have been included in this encyclopaedia. Education is a civilising aspect of the nations. For a sound education each nation needs must have clear philosophy of education. An educational philosophy to be successful should be consistent with the educational thought and practice of the country. Problems of education in India, nay the whole world has undergone radical changes. Hence its evolution from historical, philosophic and other perspectives has to be examined. The topic covered of therefore include the problems, the democratic aspects and education media in the 21 century. Aim of this encyclopaedia is to collect important and relevant information on the subject in accordance with the course contents of various universities.