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John Dewey 1910-1938

Page history last edited by Jesper Buchholdt Gjørup 4 years, 7 months ago

Reginald D. Archambault redigerede bogen

"John Dewey on education. Selected writings"

Udgivet af forlaget Random House, The Modern Library, New York 1964

 

439 sider

  • acknowledgements
  • preface
  • introduction

Redaktøren er opdelt de 27 tekster skrevet af John Dewey i 7 hovedafsnit 

  1. philosophy and education 
  2. ethics and education
  3. aestethics and education
  4. science and education
  5. psychology and education
  6. society and education
  7. principles of pedagogy 

 

Nogle af Deweys mange begreber i de 27 tekster:

  1. actions
  2. affective thoughts
  3. aims
  4. american education and culture 
  5. art 
  6. attitudes 
  7. basis for education
  8. capacities 
  9. character
  10. child's own nature 
  11. community life 
  12. consciousness 
  13. conduct
  14. consolidated wealth of ideas and emotions - summed up in language (s.428) 
  15. control of action 
  16. culture 
  17. curriculum 
  18. development of the child's poeers and interest 
  19. education as - a social process, a process of living (s.430) and a continuing reconstruction of experience (s. 434)
  20. educational aim 
  21. educational confusion
  22. educational process - two sides: psychological and sociological 
  23. educator 
  24. emotions 
  25. ends
  26. ends-mean
  27. ethical results 
  28. examinations (s.432) 
  29. experience 
  30. expression comes before conscious impression
  31. feelings and emotions 
  32. formal and technical education 
  33. freedom
  34. funded capital of civilization (s.427)
  35. habits 
  36. human action
  37. human conduct
  38. human experience 
  39. human nature 
  40. human powers 
  41. humanity 
  42. ideas (intellectual and rational processes) 
  43. individualistic ideals 
  44. intellectual and moral resources 
  45. knowledge
  46. knowledge of social conditions 
  47. language is the device for communication (s.434) 
  48. laws  
  49. logic of growth
  50. member of a unity 
  51. nature of method
  52. obligations
  53. observation of interests
  54. participation of the individual 
  55. passive, receptive, or absorbing attitude 
  56. pedagogic creed
  57. possibilities 
  58. power of imagery
  59. powers of judgment 
  60. process of education and goal of education are one and the same thing (s.434)
  61. product
  62. prophet of the true God  
  63. progressive organization of subject-matter 
  64. reflective activity
  65. reforms 
  66. resources of time, attention, and money
  67. responses to activities 
  68. right living 
  69. school - a social institution - and a form of community life
  70. school conditions
  71. school curriculum 
  72. science - is of value because it gives the ability to interpret and control the experience already had (s.434)
  73. scientific resources 
  74. secondary education
  75. social consciousness
  76. social growth
  77. social individual 
  78. social institution 
  79. social life 
  80. social order 
  81. social organism 
  82. social progress and reform
  83. social reconstruction
  84. social science 
  85. social servant 
  86. social terms 
  87. socialistic ideals 
  88. society -  "an organic union of individuals" (s.429)
  89. subject matter 
  90. teacher
  91. thoughts
  92. training of individuals 
  93. training of the will
  94. transformed 
  95. "true education comes through the stimulation of the children's powersby the demands of the social situations in which he finds himself" (s.427)
  96. unconscious education
  97. value - reflected back into them 
  98. waste of time 
  99. welfare of the group to which he belongs 
  100. will 

 

John Dewey er en vigtig inspirationskilde og pioner når det handler om undervisning som en praktisk erfaringsopbygning (learning by doing)

Læs også om erfaringsbaseret undervisning  

 

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