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Connell, Jeanne M. – Educational Foundations, 1996
This paper examines how computer technology changes the nature of experience and knowledge through the philosophical lens of phenomenologist Don Ihde, suggesting that educators must increase their awareness of the ways that computer technologies modify, extend, and transform the nature of experience in the classroom. (SM)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Experience, Educational Philosophy, Educational Technology
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Connell, Jeanne M. – Educational Foundations, 2001
Revisits the work of Louise Rosenblatt, who argued that literary experiences might be made the very core of the kind of educational process needed in a democracy, exploring her philosophy and her literary theory to examine whether, within the school curriculum, literary experience should be considered as crucial to educating citizens as are…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Democracy, Democratic Values, Elementary Secondary Education