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" I take it that the fundamental unity of the newer philosophy is found in the idea that there is an intimate and necessary relation between the processes of actual experience and education. "
Experience And Education - Page 19
by John Dewey - 2007 - 96 pages
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An Examination of the Definitions and Concepts of Career Education

Lorraine Sundal Hansen - Career education - 1977 - 39 pages
...educational experience of continuity and interaction between the learner and what is learned. It affirmed an intimate and necessary relation between the processes of actual experience and education. Besides lending support to EBCE and the concerns currently and strongly expressed by vocational educators,...
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Elementary and Secondary Career Education Act of 1977: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education - Career guidance - 1977 - 517 pages
...educational experience of continuity and interaction between the learner and what is learned. It affirmed an intimate and necessary relation between the processes of actual experience and education. Besides lending support to EBCE and the concerns currently and strongly expressed by vocational educators,...
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Community-oriented Primary Care: From Principle to Practice

Paul A. Nutting - Community health services - 1987 - 539 pages
...acquaintance with a changing world. On the other hand, progressive education is based on the assumption that there is "an intimate and necessary relation...the processes of actual experience and education" (3). Community involvement is a powerful educational experience when it fulfills the two important...
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Jane Addams and the Men of the Chicago School, 1892-1918

Mary Jo Deegan - 1988 - 352 pages
...imposition of ideas, authority, and interests upon children. Education, according to Dewey, was based on "the idea that there is an intimate and necessary relation between the process of actual experience and education."17 The ability to be democratic and develop intelligence...
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The Emergence of a Discipline: Understanding and recognizing creativity

Scott G. Isaksen, Mary C. Murdock, Roger L. Firestien - Education - 1993 - 562 pages
...related the instructiveness of knowledge in education to an integrated view of experience. He noted "that there is an intimate and necessary relation...the processes of actual experience and education" (Dewey, 1938, p. 7). The concept of experience was central to Dewey's approach to education and included...
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Educational Reform: A Deweyan Perspective

Douglas J. Simpson, Michael John Brierley Jackson - Education - 1997 - 345 pages
...concepts. Dewey added to his criticism of the progressive philosophy noting that while it found unity in "the idea that there is an intimate and necessary...the processes of actual experience and education," it was seriously weakened by its failure to develop "a correct idea of experience" (EE, 20). The fact...
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Community Service and Higher Learning: Explorations of the Caring Self

Robert A. Rhoads - Education - 1997 - 254 pages
...education: "I take it that the fundamental unity of the newer philosophy [of education] is found in the idea that there is an intimate and necessary relation...the processes of actual experience and education" (1938, p. 20). Building linkages between traditional classroom learning and lived experience has been...
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Values in Conflict: The University, the Marketplace and the Trials of ...

Paul Axelrod - Education - 2002 - 203 pages
...deplored such a dichotomy. He wrote that "the fundamental unity of the newer philosophy is found in the idea that there is an intimate and necessary relation...between the processes of actual experience and education ... Growth, or growing as developing, not only physically but intellectually and morally, is one exemplification...
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Integrating School and Workplace Learning in Canada: Principles and ...

Hans G. Schuetze, Robert Sweet - Education - 2004 - 304 pages
...deplored such a dichotomy. He wrote that "the fundamental unity of the newer philosophy is found in the idea that there is an intimate and necessary relation...between the processes of actual experience and education ... Growth, or growing as developing, not only physically but intellectually and morally, is one exemplification...
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Consensus in the Classroom

Linda Sartor, Molly Young Brown - Education - 2004 - 140 pages
...learner from the outside. He believed that the source of knowing is within the individual learner and "there is an intimate and necessary relation between...the processes of actual experience and education" (p. 20). The "importance of the participation of the learner in the formation of the purposes which...
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