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Taganas, Krissah Marga B. – Education and Culture, 2022
This paper is exploratory in a sense: I explore the possibility of feminist pragmatism as a pedagogical position compatible with online education. I argue in this paper that feminist pragmatism (FP) can be an important philosophic resource to continually challenge and change the online educational conversation. Contemporary feminist pragmatism is…
Descriptors: Feminism, Online Courses, Educational Technology, Distance Education
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Del Fabbro, Olivier – Education and Culture, 2022
A society that uses drills and conditioning to train its machine learning models risks creating an alienated situation between human and machine in social life, as these teaching methods generate a lack of responsibility for the actions produced by such machines. Both John Dewey and Gilbert Simondon present conceptions and ideas that shed a…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Man Machine Systems, Technical Education, Educational Theories
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Bennett-Kinne, Andrea – Education and Culture, 2022
This essay draws from a pragmatic feminist approach. It outlines the importance of relational ethics and Deweyan democracy to educational practices using the exploitative situation of emergency remote learning and women teachers to show the impact of systems that were in place before the COVID-19 pandemic, but which have become more concerning…
Descriptors: Feminism, Ethics, Democracy, Educational Practices
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Machielsen, John A. – Education and Culture, 2022
I argue for taking John Dewey's pluralistic ethics as a starting point, or embedded practice, from and in which technological innovations are conceptualized, critiqued, designed, tested, and eventually implemented. Dewey reconstructs human reason into operational intelligence where all behavior becomes gradually imaginative. I take Dewey's view of…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Ethics, Technological Advancement, Intelligence
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Eastman, Nicholas J.; Hansen, Ethan E. – Education and Culture, 2021
We contrast the centrality of free and full communication, especially as it occurs in classrooms, for John Dewey's democratic vision of the Great Community with the technologically mediated classroom communication characteristic of the COVID-19 pandemic. We focus on Google's dominance of educational communication in particular. Drawing on Shoshana…
Descriptors: Classroom Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Schelling, Natalie; Mason, Lance E. – Education and Culture, 2021
This paper considers elementary teachers' perceptions of data-driven decision making (DDDM) through the lens of Dewey's science of education. Dewey argues that educational science can be used to improve teaching and learning, but it must be flexible, attendant to multiple dimensions of growth, and grounded in real classroom experiences with…
Descriptors: Data Use, Decision Making, Progressive Education, Science Education
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Tschaepe, Mark D. – Education and Culture, 2021
This essay examines contemporary digital educational assessment and argues that there are underlying problematic values and consequences entailed by the datafication of education as coupled with assessment practices. By applying Dewey's work concerning curriculum, aims, growth, and the conception of democracy through education to current methods,…
Descriptors: Data, Educational Technology, Educational Assessment, Progressive Education
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Villacañas de Castro, Luis S. – Education and Culture, 2021
In this article I aim to establish a relevant connection between John Dewey's educational philosophy and the hippie communes of the United States during the nineteen sixties and seventies. After an assessment of Dewey's philosophy against the background of the countercultural sixties, I summarize and organize Dewey's philosophical thought around…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Cultural Influences, Collective Settlements, Occupations
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Anderson, Morgan – Education and Culture, 2021
While questions surrounding the relationship between education and technology have captured the attention of philosophers of education in recent decades, such concerns have taken on new import. Particularly in the post COVID-19 educational landscape, EdTech has become bound up with power and ideology in ways that warrant ongoing scrutiny. Building…
Descriptors: Progressive Education, Educational Technology, Pragmatics, Power Structure
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Coulter, Bob – Education and Culture, 2021
Many schools today are driven by metrics intended to quantify student achievement, ostensibly in the interest of ensuring quality and accountability in public schools. In practice, this emphasis on performance over experience narrows schools' potential to foster student growth toward democratic citizenship. This article offers a constructive…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Measurement, Academic Achievement, Public Schools
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Lee, Hyunju – Education and Culture, 2021
John Dewey acknowledges that nationalism contributed not only to the establishment of the modern nation of the United States and its national unity, but also to the independence of other colonized countries in the twentieth century. At the same time, he is also concerned with the detrimental effects of nationalism on individual agency and…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Global Approach, Citizenship, Nationalism
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Wraga, William G. – Education and Culture, 2020
Dewey's idea of the secondary school emerged during the first thirty years of his academic career as he responded to historical realities and contemporary changes in secondary education in the United States. His advocacy of applying subject matter to the life of the student and to the life of society, integrating subject matter, an expanded…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Secondary Schools, Democracy, Educational History
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Stack, Sam F., Jr. – Education and Culture, 2020
This paper attempts to build upon John Dewey's understanding of community and how it is undergirded by the conception of sympathy, a value he believed served as "the expression of the spiritual unity of mankind." I briefly explore community and sympathy through the work of Charles Sanders Pierce, George Herbert Mead, Jane Addams, John…
Descriptors: Barriers, Democracy, Educational Theories, Moral Values
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Xie, Hui – Education and Culture, 2020
In light of decades of formal denouncement of Deweyan ideas in China and the increasingly authoritarian practices under its current leadership, the recent revival of engagement with Dewey's work among Chinese educators and intellectuals appears extraordinary as well as paradoxical. How is it possible that a project as ardently democratic as…
Descriptors: Democracy, Foreign Countries, Progressive Education, Authoritarianism
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Li, Weisheng – Education and Culture, 2020
In this essay, we focus on how Chinese students' experience emerged and evolved in the educational activities of the twenty-first century, one hundred years after John Dewey's visit to China. With the help of a case study, I find that (1) the individual's experience is lived and understood in combination with others' lives; (2) democratic dialogue…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Experience, Democratic Values, Educational History
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