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Cornelius N. Grove is a former classroom teacher, he earned an Ed.D. at Columbia University, then taught Cross-Cultural Problems in Classroom Communication to graduate students there. A charter member of the International Academy of Intercultural Research, he is the author of entries on pedagogy across cultures in two encyclopedias as well as two recent books that reveal the cultural values that equip East Asian students to consistently outperform American students on PISA and other international comparative tests.
1. What Do Anthropologists of Childhood Actually Do?
2. Raising Oneself in the Forest
3. Nothing Special for the Children
4. Parenting by Persuading
5. According to Nomads' Values
6. The Total Immersion Family
7. How Do Other Children Learn Responsibility?
8. How Do Other Children Learn? And How Do Other Parents Parent?
Appendix A. Tables of Anthropological Findings about Children's Learning and Parents' Parenting
Appendix B. Sources of Information for the Five Main Chapters