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Scientific Self-Defence: Transforming Dewey's Idea of Technological Transparency

Scientific Self-Defence: Transforming Dewey's Idea of Technological Transparency
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An educational theory article that highlights Dewey's best points, poitns out some of his shortfalls and explains the relationship of his philosiphies to education today.  The author creates his own new ideas taking direction from Dewey and combining it with modern day scholars. 

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Reading Online - Electronic Classroom: November 1998 Technology Column from JAAL

a reprint from the Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy in the Electronic Classroom department of the e-journal Reading Online
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A great summary of Dewey's progressive thinking on education and his most important points on the relationships between experience, learning and technology. This article also provides some resources for more information on learning technologies. 

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John Dewey (American philosopher and educator) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

John Dewey (American philosopher and educator), Oct. 20, 1859 Burlington, Vt., U.S. June 1, 1952 New York, N.Y. American philosopher and educator who was a founder of the philosophical movement known as pragmatism, a pioneer in functional psychology, and a leader of the progressive movement in education in the United States.
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An Encyclopedia Britannica article that provides background information on John Dewey and helps to contextualize his work.  There are also some suggestions for further reading and resources. 

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Educational Technology and Life: John Dewey's Pedagogic Creed, Educational Technology, and Video Games

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A blog post from an education and technology professional that speaks to the ability of Dewey's philosophies to remain prevalent today. The author breaks down Dewey's ideas piece by piece and offers his insight as a modern day professional and scholar. 

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John Dewey’s Vision of Learning as Freedom

John Dewey’s Vision of Learning as Freedom | John Dewey | Scoop.it
The call for a more narrowly tailored education — especially for Americans with limited economic prospects — is not new.
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A New York Times article that juxtaposes Dewey's pragmatic approach and other, more conservative scholars.  The author speaks to the similarities and differences of education around the turn of the 20th century and education now.  He points out the ideas and influences that Dewey had that were so ahead of his time and shied away from traditional education models. 

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Center for Dewey Studies: Dewey's Influence

Center for Dewey Studies: Dewey's Influence | John Dewey | Scoop.it
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This biographical page from The Center for Dewey Studies displays an important address that John Dewey gave explaining his thoughts and theories on education and philosophies. 

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