In an accessible style that enables the reader to approach education analysis with a sense of ‘the divine and’, the author weaves an introductory text that draws on classics, through the Renaissance to the modern education system. He invites theorists with him on this journey that include the likes of Plato, Aristotle, Montessori, Alberty, Engelmann, Sugata Mitra, Elliot Eisner, Beeby, John Hattie and Bernstein. Visually rich with illustrated material from the iChing to Durer, the book includes examples from a wide variety of education systems such as Singapore, Japan, Finland, Brazil, Czech Repubublic and South Africa. For students, parents, teachers, academics, policy makers or interested observers, Cracking the Code to Educational Analysis is an important resource that will provide the tools to begin dissecting education from policy to practice. Professor Wayne Hugo has spent a lifetime in teaching. As a young boy, he enjoyed explaining what was going on in school to his friends. He has taught at primary and high school, college and university levels. More recently, as a teacher educator, he became interested in how he could get his students to understand the basic principles underlying the field of education. This book is the outcome of that process. This eBook is in ePDF format, which enables you to: • View the entire book offline on desktop or tablet; • Search for and highlight text; and • Add and edit personal notes directly in your eBook.