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  • Author:
    John Dewey
  • ISBN:
    1141531518
  • ISBN13:
    978-1141531516
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  • Publisher:
    Nabu Press (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    202 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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The school and society. by. Dewey, John, 1859-1952. The school and social progress. The school and the life of the child. The psychology of elementary education. Froebel's educational principles.

The school and society. University of Chicago. University Elementary School, Education. Chicago, Il. The University of Chicago press. The psychology of occupations. The development of attention. The aim of history in elementary education.

John Dewey's book is simply a summary of three talks Dewey gave to parnets and students at the University of Chicago Laboratory school in 1896. I found this book hard to read and very wordy. I did not enjoy the read at all.

The School and Society: Being Three Lectures (1899) was John Dewey's first published work of length on education. A highly influential publication in its own right, it would also lay the foundation for his later work. In the lectures included in the initial publication, Dewey proposes a psychological, social, and political framework for progressive education. Notably, this includes collaborative practical experimentation as the central element of school work

The School and Society book. I love John Dewey's theories of education because reading him reminds me of the optimism needed to be a teacher.

The School and Society book. This work specifically focuses on how educators can bring a student's background knowledge (home and society) into the classroom to enhance classroom learning.

Mr And the school itself in its educational work is a joint undertaking.

Dewey revised them in part from a stenographic report, and unimportant changes and the slight adaptations necessary for the press have been made in his absence. The lectures retain therefore the unstudied character as well as the power of the spoken word. Its indebtedness to Mrs. Emmons Blaine is partly indicated in the dedication. And the school itself in its educational work is a joint undertaking.

A John Dewey source page. 20) society by any chance be true to itself. And in the self-direction thus given, nothing counts as much as the school, for, as Horace Mann said, " Where anything is growing, one former is worth a thousand re-formers

A John Dewey source page. Originally published as: John Dewey. Chapter 1 in The School and Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1907): 19-44. And in the self-direction thus given, nothing counts as much as the school, for, as Horace Mann said, " Where anything is growing, one former is worth a thousand re-formers. Whenever we have in mind the discussion of a new movement in education, it is especially necessary to take the broader, or social view. Authors: Dewey, John, 1859-1952. Categories: Nonfiction.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The School and Society. West Haven: Classroom Culture and Society in a Rural Elementary School By Norris Brock Johnson University of North Carolina Press, 1985. The School and Society. Read FREE! The School and Society. The Philosophy of Primary Education: An Introduction By R. F. Dearden Routledge, 2012.

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Arcanefist
It's nice to have this as an ebook - Dewey is an important influence on me as a teacher and I can use the ebook easily as I prepare to write my masters thesis.
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Siatanni
I wanted to read this book again to see if my first reading was correct; that class depends on knowledge and the way to merge aristicrats and of peons is to deny knowledge to all.

But in re-reading it, I find its message incomprehensible.

Maybe Hofstadter was right in saying Dewey implies Utopianism, but never really says it.

But my re-reading didn't change my mind, and many authors agree with me.
Ynap
Excellent model for moving forward with school reform.
Jozrone
I liked the book overall. The content was excellent, and the educational ideas which Mr. Dewey expressed, are terrific. To me, the style of the writing was the problem. The book was written in 1899, and the wordy, pedantic style was common at that time. The main ideas in the book are hands-on education, and students' learning by doing. The first three chapters were taken from a lecture by Mr. Dewey that he delivered three years after he opened his University Elementary School in Chicago. The fourth chapter began by telling some of the financial information about the school. The average cost per student was $120. Mr. Dewey thought that advances in education were not keeping pace with advancements in society. He found it interesting that fourth graders in Moline, Illinois, did not realize that the Mississippi River in their geography books, had anything to do with the stream of water that flowed by their homes. This is a fairly small book, but I recommend The School and Society, if you can find the time to read it several times.
Snake Rocking
I am a education major at Macon State college. John Dewey's book is simply a summary of three talks Dewey gave to parnets and students at the University of Chicago Laboratory school in 1896. The book covers topics that are often very diverse and shares conflicting political and philosophic positions in education. I found this book hard to read and very wordy. I did not enjoy the read at all.