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You can get experience in one direction and equally important open up peripheral experiences.
Our teacher told us that each and every one of us will find some quotes in this book that will speak to us, she guaranteed.
Dewey's ideas are presented logically in a way that will really help you to think about your own teaching philosophy.
Really great read! Like I tell folks I work with (instructional designer in higher ed) a lot of what is being said today about learning John Dewy at the turn of the century.Published 1 month ago by J. Woods
Thicker language than most books have, nowadays, but it's philosophy. Good stuff to think about. Go slowly.Published 1 month ago by Amy Jo Nelson
Maybe it's me. But I've read (or tried to read) 2 other books by Dewey. After struggling through his confusing rhetoric, I did find some interesting quotes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Brown
Dewey's thoughts on educational experience are as pertinent today as they were in 1938. Although the history since publication has utilized his writing, we are now stuck in a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathy Puente