The Child and the Curriculum The Child and the Curriculum

The Child and the Curriculum

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"The Child and the Curriculum" is a book written by John Dewey, an American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer, and published in 1902. The book is a collection of essays and lectures that explore Dewey's ideas about the relationship between the child and the curriculum in education.

Dewey argues that education should focus on the child's experiences and interests, rather than on a predetermined curriculum that is disconnected from the child's life. He advocates for a child-centered approach to education that emphasizes active learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving.

According to Dewey, the curriculum should be flexible and adaptable to the needs and interests of each child, rather than a fixed set of subjects that all students must learn. He also emphasizes the importance of hands-on, experiential learning, and the integration of subjects across disciplines.

Overall, "The Child and the Curriculum" is a seminal work in the field of education that continues to influence educational theory and practice today. Dewey's ideas about child-centered education, active learning, and the integration of subjects continue to shape the way educators think about teaching and learning

GENRE
Essais et sciences humaines
NARRATION
KD
Kenny Davis
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
DURÉE
00:43
h min
SORTIE
2023
23 mars
ÉDITIONS
Stream Readers
TAILLE
36,1
Mo