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John Dewey October 20, - June 1, was an American philosopher and educator. He was an early originator of pragmatism, a popular philosophical school of thought at the beginning of the 20th century that emphasized a practical approach to problem solving through experience. Instrumental in the progressive movement in education, Dewey's belief that the best education involves learning through doing is still a practice studied and used by modern educators.
- The school and society ; and, The child and the curriculum
- The school and society
- A John Dewey source page
In addition, Dewey developed extensive and often systematic views in ethics, epistemology, logic, metaphysics, aesthetics, and philosophy of religion. Because Dewey typically took a genealogical approach that couched his own view within the larger history of philosophy, one may also find a fully developed metaphilosophy in his work. Set within the larger picture of Darwinian evolutionary theory, philosophy should be seen as an activity undertaken by interdependent organisms-in-environments. This standpoint, of active adaptation, led Dewey to criticize the tendency of traditional philosophies to abstract and reify concepts derived from living contexts. As did other classical pragmatists, Dewey focused criticism upon traditional dualisms of metaphysics and epistemology e.
The school and society ; and, The child and the curriculum
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The school and society
John Dewey. Chicago: University of Chicago Press : We are apt to look at the school from an individualistic standpoint, as something between teacher and pupil, or between teacher and parent. That which interests us most is naturally the progress made by the individual child of our acquaintance, his normal physical development, his advance in ability to read, write, and figure, his growth in the knowledge of geography and history, improvement in manners, habits of promptness, order, and industry -- it is from such standards as these that we judge the work of the school. And rightly so. Yet the range of the outlook needs to be enlarged. What the best and wisest parent wants for his own child, that must the community want for all of its children.
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John Dewey. "The School and Social Progress." Chapter 1 in The School and Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press ():
A John Dewey source page
Throughout the United States and the world at large, the name of John Dewey has become synonymous with the Progressive education movement. Dewey has been generally recognized as the most renowned and influential American philosopher of education. During his lifetime the United States developed from a simple frontier-agricultural society to a complex urban-industrial nation, and Dewey developed his educational ideas largely in response to this rapid and wrenching period of cultural change.
Source: Internet Archive. Philosopher, psychologist and educational reformer, John Dewey was convinced a progressive education held the power to transform society.
- Это не ребро или палец, как в церквях Галиции. Вам и в самом деле стоило бы задержаться и посмотреть. - Может быть, я так и сделаю. - Mala suerte, - вздохнул лейтенант. - Не судьба.
Не бывает такой диагностики, которая длилась бы восемнадцать часов.