John Dewey and J.E.Stone on Education Comparison Essay by The Research Group

John Dewey and J.E.Stone on Education
An overview and comparison of John Dewey's and J.E. Stone's theories on education.
# 73334 | 1,350 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Education (Theory) , English (Comparison) , Education (General)

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This paper compares the educational theories and views of John Dewey and J. E. Stone. The paper also argues that Stone's theory is superior to Dewey's because it is less rigid.

From the Paper:

"John Dewey is of course widely recognized as one of the key theorists in American education. J. E. Stone, a less well known educator and theorist, is a contemporary writer and analyst who has proposed an alternative to Dewey's construction of the foundation of educational practice and pedagogy known as developmentalism. Stone traces the roots of developmentalism to earlier work by, among others, Jean Jacques Rousseau Dewey and Jean Piaget. In this brief essay the ideas of Dewey..."

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