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Dewey

John. 1859--1952, US pragmatist philosopher and educator: an exponent of progressivism in education, he formulated an instrumentalist theory of learning through experience. His works include The School and Society (1899), Democracy and Education (1916), and Logic: the Theory of Inquiry (1938)
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To illustrate, Dewey (1958) uses the metaphor of teachers trying to pour knowledge into the "empty heads" of students.
"We are confident that Bracebridge and Dewey Educational Group will experience success as they embark on this promising community partnership."
There is a difference in the meaning of the term as used by Charles Sanders Peirce, by William James, and by John Dewey. Nevertheless, a common disposition prevails.
Isso exige, contudo, antes de qualquer coisa, o obvio nao raro negado pela historia: "a leitura e o estudo cuidadoso do que Dewey realmente disse" (BRUBACHER 1961, p.
The 42-year-old Dewey showed up in June for the Chicago convention without making much noise about the nomination.
No es nuestro proposito hacer un repaso a las distintas nociones de experiencia (2), sino centrarnos en la que propone John Dewey (3), en tanto que presenta una nueva perspectiva desde donde pensar y entender que pueda ser eso que llamamos experiencia humana.
(1) Here I present some of my findings on the life of progressive educator Flora White (1860-1948), juxtaposed against a classic in educational history: John and Evelyn Dewey's Schools of To-morrow.
Dewey and the Ancients: Essays on Hellenic and Hellenistic Themes in the Philosophy of John Dewey
In particular, I believe a good starting point is an examination of the merger of John Dewey's philosophy of education as translated into teaching practices by H.