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John Dewey

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Transcript of John Dewey

1859 - 1952
Each child learns at their own pace and their own style.
"I believe that the only true education comes through the stimulation of the child's powers by the demands of the social situations in which he finds himself"
Students need educational experiences
which enable them to become valued,
equal, and responsible members of society.
pre-pared them for the working class family/life
Hands on!
encourage the children to get involved with the community.
Keep children moving and active!
John Dewey!
American
Individual Learning
Education and life are interrelated, not separate.
Children learn best by doing, by acting on the world.
Continuity of experience is essential to growth.
“Learning By Doing”
Activities
daily life jobs
experiments
Why Reflect?
A) Moves the learner from one experience
to the next with deeper understanding
of its relationships with and connections
to other experiences and ideas.
B) The thread that makes continuity of
learning possible.
C) It insures the progress of the
individual and the service.
D) It is a means to essentially moral
(good) ends
Plan
Execute
Reflect
Rigorous Way of Thinking
Reflection needs to happen
in community,
through interaction with
others.
2
1
Reflection requires attitudes that
value the personal and intellectual
growth of oneself and others
3. Attitudes
Naming the problem(s) or the question(s) that arise out of the experience
Generating possible explanations for the problem(s) or question(s) posed (reasons)
Spontaneous interpretation of the experience
Start
SIX PHASES OF REFLECTION
An experience
(activity)
Develop the explanations
into full-blown hypotheses
Experimenting or testing
the selected hypotheses
(new activity)
SIGNIFICANT ATTITUDES RELATED TO THE
REFLECTION PROCESS:
1. Empathy
2. Open-mindedness
3. Curiosity
4. Self-awareness
5. Intercultural communication skills
6. Patience
7. Ability to take risks/act/experiment
8. Active seeking of feedback and
alternative perspectives
Reflective Practice
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