Unless experience is so conceived that the result is a plan for deciding upon subject-matter, upon methods of instruction and discipline, and upon material equipment and social organization of the school, it is wholly in the air. Experience And Education - Page 27by John Dewey - 2007 - 96 pagesLimited preview
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...like these and develop plans of action that help them move beyond a "planless improvisation" (EE, 28), unless experience is so conceived that the result...but for which any other set of words might equally be substituted (EE, 28). The plan a progressive school develops must come down out of the air and consider...