John Dewey and the Challenge of Classroom Practice / Edition 1

John Dewey and the Challenge of Classroom Practice / Edition 1

by Stephen Fishman, Lucille Parkinson McCarthy

Product Details

Teachers College Press
Publication date:
Practitioner Inquiry Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

Table of Contents

Why Care About Dewey Now?
Why This Book Now?
Why Care About Steve Fishman's Introduction to Philosophy Class?
The Authors' Histories with John Dewey
Ch. 1Dewey's Educational Philosophy: Reconciling Nested Dualisms
Ch. 2Nested Dualisms Underlying Dewey's Student-Curriculum Integration
Ch. 3Moral Traits of Character and Dewey's Student-Curriculum Integration
Ch. 4Dewey's Ideology and His Classroom Critics
Ch. 5My Own Schooling Without Student-Curriculum Integration
Ch. 6My Own Teaching Without Student-Curriculum Integration
Ch. 7Qualitative Research in a Deweyan Classroom
Ch. 8Integrating Student and Curriculum Indirectly
Ch. 9Classroom Continuities and Interactions
Ch. 10A Deweyan Perspective on Student Projects: Construction and Criticism, Synthesis and Analysis
Ch. 11Students' Residues for Future Learning
Conclusion - Dewey's Relevance to Contemporary Education
App. AIntroduction to Philosophy "Class Reflection Log" (CRL) Questions
App. BMcCarthy's Memo to Focus Students about Think-Alouds
App. CFishman's Final Letter Exchange Assignment
App. DFishman's Instructions Regarding the Term-Project Essay
Works Cited
About the Authors

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