Nursing: Application of the Educational Theorist John Dewey Case Study by writingsensation

Nursing: Application of the Educational Theorist John Dewey
An analysis into the teachings of an educational theorist.
# 75528 | 1,892 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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Description:

This paper uses a case scenario to discuss the teachings of educational theorist, John Dewey. The paper concludes that the 'inquiry-based' learning and the lifelong learning process are critical in the field of medicine and other paramedical professions, such as nursing.

Table of Contents:
Objective
Introduction
Statement of the Problem
I. John Dewey - Educational Theorist
II. Understanding 'Inquiry-Based' Learning
III. Inquiry-Based Learning: Applied Learning
A. Cotton
B. The Persimmon Tree
C. The Boy Scouts & Self-Governance
IV. What Might be Suggested by John Dewey
Summary & Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The more of John Dewey's writings that she ingested the more clearly she envisioned the methodology proposed by John Dewey. Excitedly Ms. Thompson put away all of her planned lessons and got ready to 'wing-it' because she knew nothing of the cultural and regional factors affecting her teaching practice and in order to implement 'inquiry based learning' in her classroom she was first going to have to DO some inquiry based learning on her own."

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Nursing: Application of the Educational Theorist John Dewey (2006, December 14) Retrieved February 28, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/case-study/nursing-application-of-the-educational-theorist-john-dewey-75528/

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"Nursing: Application of the Educational Theorist John Dewey" 14 December 2006. Web. 28 February. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/case-study/nursing-application-of-the-educational-theorist-john-dewey-75528/>

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