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" An experience is always what it is because of a transaction taking place between an individual and what, at the time, constitutes his environment, whether the latter consists of persons with whom he is talking about some topic or event, the subject talked... "
Experience And Education - Page 43
by John Dewey - 2007 - 96 pages
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Learners' Stories: Difference and Diversity in Language Learning

Phil Benson, David Nunan - Foreign Language Study - 2005 - 174 pages
...transaction taking place between an individual and what, at the time, constitutes his environment . . . The environment, in other words, is whatever conditions...capacities to create the experience which is had. Research and interpretive processes in this project emerged simultaneously from our active engagement...
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Theory for Education

Greg Dimitriadis, George Kamberelis - Education - 2006 - 206 pages
...development of human knowledge was an adaptive response to the environment, defining environment as "whatever conditions interact with personal needs,...capacities to create the experience which is had" (Dewey, 1938, p. 44). Unlike most previous epistemologies, wherein thought was regarded as a primitive...
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Phenomenology of Life. Meeting the Challenges of the Present-Day World

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - Philosophy - 2006 - 562 pages
...experience. The elements of the environment presents everything that the individual interacts with. "The environment, in other words, is whatever conditions...capacities to create the experience which is had" (J. Dewey, Experience and Education. The Kappa Delta Pi Lecture Series. Macmillan Publishing Company,...
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