W am sophea

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W am sophea

  1. 1. AM SOPHEA SOEUNG SOPHA ROOM W101 DATA 17/08/2013. ASSESSMENT John Dewey (1859-1952) developed his pioneering Experimentalist philosophy of education in the context of the social, political, scientific, and technological changes that were taking place in the United States in the first half of the twentieth century. John Dewey was born in October 20, 1859 and at Burlington, Vermont. John Dewey died at June 1, 1952 ( aged 92 ) in New York .he nationality American and main interest he like philosophy of education, Ethic, Journalism so ideas he is educational progressivism. John Dewey’s ideas regarding education, experience and communicat- ion constitute three main pillars of adult education and lifelong learning. proposes a progressive model , called the “ new education.” Dewey rejects knowledge of the past as the only end of education and argues that it is only a means to the higher goals of attaining multiple possibilities for human development- cognitive, attitudinal, social and moral. the challenge is how to genuinely use experience to educate the masses for a better quality of life for themselves. John Dewey purpose education’s as social growth, Dewey said “(i) the educational process has no beyond itself, it is it’s own end: and that (ii) the
  2. 2. educational process is one of continual reorganizing , reconstructing, transforming. Children as socially active human being are eager to explore their environment. Learners encounter personal and social problems in heir engagement with the environment. and these problems stimulate children to use their intelligence to solve the difficulty and expand their knowledge in an active instrumental manner. in Experience and Education. you can relate these pioneers to you contemporary members, especially teachers, who influenced your view about education and perhaps, your decision to become a teacher. you can identify the mentors who shape your ideas about education. and you can reflect on how the pioneers in this chapter contributed to your ideas about teaching and learning.

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