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ERIC Number: ED003784
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 310
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JOHN DEWEY'S IDEAS AND WORK IN EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.
WIRTH, ARTHUR G.
AN APPRAISAL WAS MADE OF JOHN DEWEY'S EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICES. THE FIRST PART PRESENTED (1) A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH, (2) SPECIFIC FEATURES OF HIS DESIGN FOR WORK IN EDUCATION, AND (3) THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE LABORATORY SCHOOL TO UNIVERSITY DISCIPLINES AND TO EDUCATION. THE SECOND PART PRESENTED AN ANALYSIS OF THE CURRICULUM AND METHODOLOGY OF THE LABORATORY SCHOOL AND DISCUSSIONS ON (1) OCCUPATIONS, (2) HISTORY, (3) SCIENCE, (4) COMMUNICATION AND EXPRESSION, (5) EVALUATION AND RESEARCH, AND (6) SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION. HIS SIGNIFICANCE WILL BE JUDGED BY THE STAYING POWER OF THE GENERAL PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL THEORY BEHIND HIS PROPOSALS FOR EDUCATION. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Washington Univ., St. Louis, MO. Graduate Inst. of Education.
Identifiers: MISSOURI; Missouri (Saint Louis)