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Experience and Education,10.1080/00131728609335764,The Educational Forum,John Dewey

Experience and Education   (Citations: 2561)
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Journal: The Educational Forum , vol. 50, no. 3, pp. 241-252, 1986
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    • ...For example, according to Dewey's (1938) principle of the continuity of experience, “Every experience both takes up something from those which have gone before and modifies in some way the quality of those which come after” (p...

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    • ...On the contrary, creating conditions in which students learn from each other, experience escalating degrees of choices, and are held responsible for demonstrating what they know while contributing to community, requires increased sensitivity to students' interests, where “development occurs through reciprocal give-and-take,” with “the teacher taking but not being afraid also to give” (Dewey, 1963, pp...

    Nathan D. Brubaker. Multiple Layers of Self in an Evolving Pedagogy of Teacher Education: ...

    • ...Since the time when John Dewey (1938) called for ‘education of, by, and for experience’ (29), learning-by-doing has been encouraged as an alternative to more ‘oppressive’ styles of learning, often associated with lecture-based formats in which students passively memorise what the teacher tells them...

    Neriko Musha Doerr. Do ‘global citizens’ need the parochial cultural other? Discourse of i...

    • ...Dewey (1938) saw group activities as divided into a four-step process: (1) a person will undergo a new experience and previous experiences of a similar situation will affect his or her response, (2) he or she assesses the consequences and learns from them, (3) he or she transfers this new learning to other situations in his life, and (4) what he or she has just learned affects his or her response to yet newer experiences...

    Sveinbjörg Júlía Svavarsdóttiret al. Psychiatric Group Work in Social Skill Training

    • ...Building on Dewey's (1938) conceptualization of experience and drawing on Schwab's (1969, 1971, 1973, 1983) notions of ‘the practical’, narrative inquiry is an ‘against the grain’ methodology developed to challenge the logistic view (McKeon, 1952) underlying technical rationalist approaches (Schön, 1983) to top–down curriculum reform and process–product research (Elbaz-Luwisch, 1997)...

    Suhak Ohet al. What spurs curriculum making in physical education? Four narratives of...

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