Experiencing Dewey : insights for today's classroom
- Second edition.
- New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
- Copyright notice
- Physical description
- xvi, 224 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
LB875 .D5 E96 2014
- Unknown LB875 .D5 E96 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Foreword by Deron Boyles Introduction by Rick Breault and Donna Adair Breault Part I: Accountability Accountability: To Whom, for Whom, and by Whom? by Rick Breault 1. A Call for Creativity and Freedom in the Midst of Accountability: A Teachable Moment by Maggie Allison 2. Tracing Anew the Process of Learning by A. G. Rud 3. Responsibility not Accountability: The Experiential Artistry of Teaching by Walter S. Gershon 4. An Alternative Image of Data: Not What but Where by Sebastian Diaz 5. Who Is Accountable? by Alexander David Tuel 6. Art and Accountability by Kyle Greenwalt 7. On Democratic Accountability and the Educative Experience by Patrick M. Jenlink 8. How Mechanization Leads to Contempt for the Teaching and Learning Process by Louise Anderson Allen 9.Teaching Our Legislators a Big Idea in 52 Words or Less by Peter S. Hlebowitsh 10. What Imposed Standards Do to the Child bt M. Frances Klein 11. Collecting and Preserving the Educational Present by Craig Kridel Part II: Active Learning Active Learning: A Growth Experience by Rick Breault 12. A Spectator's Version of Knowledge by Deron Boyles 13. Making Informed Judgments by Dan Marshall 14. The Growth of Future Generations Starts Today by Jonathan T. Martin 15. Experience, Heightened Vitality, and Aesthetic Engagement, or Why Is Stick Man Smiling? by P. Bruce Urmacher and Christy M. Moroye 16. Listening for the Gentle Whisper by Rick Breault 17. Work in School by Donna Adair Breault 18. Active Learning as Reflective Experience by William H. Schubert 19. Providing Environments Conducive to Proper Digestion by Lisa Goeken-Galliart 20. Becoming a Student of Teaching by Robert V. Bullough, Jr. 21. Effort: The Outgrowth of Individual Interest by Robert C. Morris Part III: Critical Thinking The 'Varied and Unusual' Abuses of Critical Thinking by Donna Adair Breault 22. The Dangers of Imagination by Robert Boostrom 23. The Importance of Freedom of Thought by Matthew Keeler 24. Transcending False Dichotomies: Confronting One of Life's Consistently Compelling Challenges by Thomas E. Kelly 25. Educator's Professional Freedom for Students' Democratic Liberation by James G. Henderson 26. American Students and the Explorer's Mind by Laura Dawes 27. Dewey's Freedom of Intelligence by Linda O'Neill 28. Unexamined Presumptions by George W. Noblit Part IV: Democratic Citizenship Preparing Children for Democratic Citizenship by Rick Breault 29. Teaching Democracy for Life by John M. Novak 30. Education for a Changing World by William Ayers 31. John Dewey and the American Creed by Daniel Tanner 32. John Dewey and the Import of a Curriculum Devoted to Student Experience by Chara Haeussler Bohan 33. The Best and Wisest Parent by David J. Flinders 34. Building a Community of Inquirers by Sam F. Stack Jr. 35. A Being Connected with Other Beings by Audrey M. Dentith 36. The Value of Communication in a Classroom Community by Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon 37. Realizing a Common Good by Randy Hewitt 38. Teacher as Shaper of Social Process by Louise M. Berman 39. The Societal Purpose of Education by Jesse Goodman 40. Foundations of Deweyan Democracy: Human Nature, Intelligence, and Cooperative Inquiry by Stephen M. Fishman 41. Why We Forget: Liberty, Memories, and Seeking Simple Answers by David M. Callejo-Perez Part V: The Educative Experience An Educative Experience? A Lesson in Humility for a Second-Grade Teacher by Donna Adair Breault 42. Aesthetics of Human Understanding by Margaret Macintyre Latta 43. Growth: The Consummate Open-Ended Aspiration by Paul Shaker 44. The Relations of One Great Common World by Gary Weilbacher 45. Learning In and Out of School: Bridging the Cultural Gap by Ron W. Wilhelm 46. The Child and the Curriculum: Two Limits That Define a Single Process by William A. Reid 47. The Reconstruction of Experience by Edmund C. Short 48. The Teacher-Artist by George Willis 49. 'Of all affairs, communication is the most wonderful' by Gert Biesta Part VI: Inquiry and Education Inquiry and Education: A Way of Seeing the World by Donna Adair Breault 50. The Power of an Ideal by Jim Garrison 51. Dogma, Democracy, and Education by William G. Wraga 52. The Role of Intelligence in the Creation of by Art Elliot W. Eisner 53. Imagination of Ideal Ends by Craig A. Cunningham 54. The Teacher as Theorist and Lover by Greg Seals 55. Autonomous Education: Free to Determine Its Own Ends by Larry A. Hickman Editors and Contributors.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Experiencing Dewey: Insights for Today's Classroom offers an inspiring introduction to one of the most seminal figures in the field of education. In this collection of essays, contemporary authors consider their favorite quotations from John Dewey's bountiful works and share how Dewey has impacted their teaching practices. Responses are organized around the themes introduced in the first edition: active learning, the educative experience, critical thinking, inquiry and education, and democratic citizenship, plus a new section on accountability added for the second edition. Quotes and responses are kept deliberately brief as an effective way of inviting readers to reflect on and experience Dewey. Co-published with Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, Experiencing Dewey remains a powerful resource for current and aspiring teachers. This thoroughly updated edition also includes online resources for teacher educators to help facilitate the book's use in higher education courses.
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- edited by Donna Adair Breault and Rick Breault.
- "First published 2005 Kappa Delta Pi"--Title page verso.