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Author Jorgensen, C. Gregg,
Title Discovering John Dewey in the twenty-first century : dialogues on the present and future of education / C. Gregg Jorgensen.
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]

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Subject Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Education -- Philosophy.
Description 1 online resource (x, 260 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-255) and index.
Contents Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Consummate Dewey Intellectual: Larry Hickman; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Dewey and Democracy; Education and Culture; Dewey: Pragmatist and Philosopher; Religion and Values; A Perspective of Dewey; Dewey's Ideas on Teaching and Learning; Social Efficiency Concepts; Social Justice; The Legacy; Dewey Centers for the Pursuit of Deweyan Knowledge; Epilogue; Larry Hickman Dialogue; Chapter 3 Champion of Change: Linda Darling-Hammond; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Real Experience.
Social JusticeTrust in Teachers; Epilogue; Chapter 4 Education Reform, Politics, and Change Advocate: Michael Apple; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Discovering Dewey; Building Dialogue on Ideology; Transforming Schools; Dewey's Dilemma with Social Efficiency; Teaching Reflective Thinking; Interest Leads to Reflective Thinking; In Lieu of Summation; Epilogue; Chapter 5 A Curriculum Scholar for All Time: Herbert M. Kliebard; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; A Public Intellectual; Disciples of Dewey; Reflective Thinking; The Logic of Experience; Epilogue.
Chapter 6 Teacher as a Scholar: Nel NoddingsPrologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Continued Hope; Practices of Promise; Moral Education and Inclusion; Dewey, An Intellectual; Dewey's Legacy; Epilogue; Chapter 7 A Deweyan View for Teacher Practice: Ellen Condliffe Lagemann; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Experimental Approaches; Unintended Consequences; Equality in Lieu of Social Efficiency; Reflecting on Experience; Practice by Teachers; Linking Education and Democracy; Epilogue; Chapter 8 Teach the Way Dewey Believed: Daniel Tanner; Prologue.
Scholar IntroductionDialogue Overview; Public Education: Maintaining the Historical Status Quo; Curriculum Restructure and Change; Occupations Within Dewey's Curriculum; Education: A Humanitarian Perspective; Rethinking School Capacity; Impact of Media; Technology-Driven Student Testing; Epilogue; Postdialogue Author Note; Chapter 9 Philosopher and Deweyan: Judith M. Green; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Reflective Thinking as a Process; Community Members and Social Justice; Tradition and Society; Legacy of Words; Epilogue.
Chapter 10 Reason and Rhetorical Questions: Walter FeinbergPrologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Educational Vision; Dewey and Pedagogy; Social Efficiency Versus Pragmatism; Social Justice Views; Reflecting on the Right Questions; Important Questions Still to Be Answered; Epilogue; Chapter 11 A Historian Focused on Democracy: Robert B. Westbrook; Prologue; Scholar Introduction; Dialogue Overview; Dewey and Democracy; Philosophy for Today and for the Future; Experimentation in Lieu of Curriculum; Social Efficiency Ideas; A Question that Remains Unanswered; Epilogue.
Summary This book features a unique collection of dialogues with fourteen notable scholars on their opinions and observations about John Dewey, a renowned educational philosopher of the twentieth century. The book explores varying views about John Dewey, his philosophy, and his educational theory. In revealing positive, sometimes negative, occasionally surprising, and consistently insightful viewpoints, the author seeks to enable the reader to reflect on the primary question: does John Dewey's consequential educational philosophy have an important role in twenty-first century education and in nurturing and sustaining democratic ideals?
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ISBN 9781137589507 (electronic bk.)
1137589507 (electronic bk.)
1137589493
9781137589491
9781137589491
1137589493
ISBN/ISSN 10.1057/978-1-137-58950-7
9781137589491
OCLC # 991595775
Additional Format Print version: Jorgensen, C. Gregg. Discovering John Dewey in the twenty-first century. New York, N.Y. : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017] 9781137589491 1137589493 (OCoLC)978289846