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The Resource Democracy and education : an introduction to the philosophy of education, John Dewey ; with a critical introduction by Patricia H. Hinchey

Democracy and education : an introduction to the philosophy of education, John Dewey ; with a critical introduction by Patricia H. Hinchey

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Democracy and education : an introduction to the philosophy of education
Title
Democracy and education
Title remainder
an introduction to the philosophy of education
Statement of responsibility
John Dewey ; with a critical introduction by Patricia H. Hinchey
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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1859-1952
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Dewey, John
Dewey number
370.1
Index
no index present
LC call number
LB875
LC item number
.D35 2018eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1951-
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Hinchey, Patricia H.
Series statement
Timely classics in education
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  • Education
  • Education
Label
Democracy and education : an introduction to the philosophy of education, John Dewey ; with a critical introduction by Patricia H. Hinchey
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Chapter XVIII. Educational Values
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction (Patricia H. Hinchey); Chapter I. Education as a Necessity of Life; 1. Renewal of Life by Transmission; 2. Education and Communication; 3. The Place of Formal Education; Summary; Chapter II. Education as a Social Function; 1. The Nature and Meaning of Environment; 2. The Social Environment; 3. The Social Medium as Educative; 4. The School as a Special Environment; Summary; Chapter III. Education as Direction; 1. The Environment as Directive; 2. Modes of Social Direction; 3. Imitation and Social Psychology
  • 4. Some Applications to EducationSummary; Chapter IV. Education as Growth; 1. The Conditions of Growth; 2. Habits as Expressions of Growth; 3. The Educational Bearings of the Conception of Development; Summary; Chapter V. Preparation, Unfolding, and Formal Discipline; 1. Education as Preparation; 2. Education as Unfolding; 3. Education as Training of Faculties; Summary; Chapter VI. Education as Conservative and Progressive; 1. Education as Formation; 2. Education as Recapitulation and Retrospection; 3. Education as Reconstruction; Summary; Chapter VII. The Democratic Conception in Education
  • 1. The Implications of Human Association2. The Democratic Ideal; 3. The Platonic Educational Philosophy; 4. The "Individualistic" Ideal of the Eighteenth Century; 5. Education as National and as Social; Summary; Chapter VIII. Aims in Education; 1. The Nature of an Aim; 2. The Criteria of Good Aims; 3. Applications in Education; Summary; Chapter XI. Natural Development and Social Efficiency as Aims; 1. Nature as Supplying the Aim; 2. Social Efficiency as Aim; 3. Culture as Aim; Summary; Chapter X. Interest and Discipline; 1. The Meaning of the Terms
  • 2. The Importance of the Idea of Interest in Education3. Some Social Aspects of the Question; Summary; Chapter XI. Experience and Thinking; 1. The Nature of Experience; 2. Reflection in Experience; Summary; Chapter XII. Thinking in Education; 1. The Essentials of Method; Summary; Chapter XIII. The Nature of Method; I. The Unity of Subject Matter and Method; 2. Method as General and as Individual; 3. The Traits of Individual Method; Summary; Chapter XIV. The Nature of Subject Matter; 1. Subject Matter of Educator and of Learner; 2. The Development of Subject Matter in the Learner
  • 3. Science or Rationalized Knowledge4. Subject Matter as Social; Summary; Chapter XV. Play and Work in the Curriculum; 1. The Place of Active Occupations in Education; 2. Available Occupations; 3. Work and Play; Summary; Chapter XVI. The Significance of Geography and History; 1. Extension of Meaning of Primary Activities; 2. The Complementary Nature of History and Geography; 3. History and Present Social Life; Summary; Chapter XVII. Science in the Course of Study; 1. The Logical and the Psychological; 2. Science and Social Progress; 3. Naturalism and Humanism in Education; Summary
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (411 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781975500214
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1035519144
  • (OCoLC)1035519144
Label
Democracy and education : an introduction to the philosophy of education, John Dewey ; with a critical introduction by Patricia H. Hinchey
Publication
Note
Chapter XVIII. Educational Values
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction (Patricia H. Hinchey); Chapter I. Education as a Necessity of Life; 1. Renewal of Life by Transmission; 2. Education and Communication; 3. The Place of Formal Education; Summary; Chapter II. Education as a Social Function; 1. The Nature and Meaning of Environment; 2. The Social Environment; 3. The Social Medium as Educative; 4. The School as a Special Environment; Summary; Chapter III. Education as Direction; 1. The Environment as Directive; 2. Modes of Social Direction; 3. Imitation and Social Psychology
  • 4. Some Applications to EducationSummary; Chapter IV. Education as Growth; 1. The Conditions of Growth; 2. Habits as Expressions of Growth; 3. The Educational Bearings of the Conception of Development; Summary; Chapter V. Preparation, Unfolding, and Formal Discipline; 1. Education as Preparation; 2. Education as Unfolding; 3. Education as Training of Faculties; Summary; Chapter VI. Education as Conservative and Progressive; 1. Education as Formation; 2. Education as Recapitulation and Retrospection; 3. Education as Reconstruction; Summary; Chapter VII. The Democratic Conception in Education
  • 1. The Implications of Human Association2. The Democratic Ideal; 3. The Platonic Educational Philosophy; 4. The "Individualistic" Ideal of the Eighteenth Century; 5. Education as National and as Social; Summary; Chapter VIII. Aims in Education; 1. The Nature of an Aim; 2. The Criteria of Good Aims; 3. Applications in Education; Summary; Chapter XI. Natural Development and Social Efficiency as Aims; 1. Nature as Supplying the Aim; 2. Social Efficiency as Aim; 3. Culture as Aim; Summary; Chapter X. Interest and Discipline; 1. The Meaning of the Terms
  • 2. The Importance of the Idea of Interest in Education3. Some Social Aspects of the Question; Summary; Chapter XI. Experience and Thinking; 1. The Nature of Experience; 2. Reflection in Experience; Summary; Chapter XII. Thinking in Education; 1. The Essentials of Method; Summary; Chapter XIII. The Nature of Method; I. The Unity of Subject Matter and Method; 2. Method as General and as Individual; 3. The Traits of Individual Method; Summary; Chapter XIV. The Nature of Subject Matter; 1. Subject Matter of Educator and of Learner; 2. The Development of Subject Matter in the Learner
  • 3. Science or Rationalized Knowledge4. Subject Matter as Social; Summary; Chapter XV. Play and Work in the Curriculum; 1. The Place of Active Occupations in Education; 2. Available Occupations; 3. Work and Play; Summary; Chapter XVI. The Significance of Geography and History; 1. Extension of Meaning of Primary Activities; 2. The Complementary Nature of History and Geography; 3. History and Present Social Life; Summary; Chapter XVII. Science in the Course of Study; 1. The Logical and the Psychological; 2. Science and Social Progress; 3. Naturalism and Humanism in Education; Summary
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (411 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781975500214
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1035519144
  • (OCoLC)1035519144

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