Experimenting with the World: John Dewey and the Early Childhood Classroom
Harriet K. Cuffaro offers a detailed account of how the educational philosophy of John Dewey may be translated into the everyday life of the classroom. Particular attention is given to "learning from experience" -- a fundamental concept in early education -- and the complexities involved in experiential learning.
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Advances in Early Education and Day Care, Volume 10
No preview available - 1999