Browse by Subject "John Dewey"

  • Casey, Leo; Bruce, Bertram C. (Symposium Journals, a division of wwwords Ltd, PO Box 204, Didcot, Oxford OX11 9ZQ, United Kingdom, www.symposium-journals.co.uk, 2011)
    This article elaborates on the Inquiry Cycle as an appropriate model of learning for the digitally enhanced classroom. Its goal is to provide a useful link between theory and pedagogic practice. This involves taking a new ...

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  • Bruce, Bertram C. (2014-06-05)
    Accountability and transparency in education are essential if we expect to accomplish its goals. But that statement only highlights the question: What is the purpose of education? Many people would say that the purpose of ...

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  • Bruce, Bertram C.; Drayton, Brian (International Association of Educators (INASED), 2013-06)
    This is the second of three special issues on Progressive Education, Past, Present, and Future. The articles in this issue share the powerful theme of participatory reconstruction. In the specific cases, the actual educational ...

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  • Tracy, Patsy D.; Tracy, Martin B. (1/1/1999)
    Report on the status of social welfare delivery models in the United States and Europe.

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  • Tracy, Martin B.; Tracy, Patsy D. (10/28/2004)
    A presentation on the theories of John Dewey given by the ILO

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  • Bruce, Bertram C. (1996)
    This essay questions the commonly-held view that computer technology is a tool that will in and of itself improve education, and ultimately ameliorate social ills. The common view stems from the belief that technology and ...

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  • Bruce, Bertram C. (1997-11-13)
    As we think about the changes that the next century may bring in educational practices, many of us turn to new information and communication technologies. Typically, we identify one of three major reasons for the focus on ...

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  • Community Informatics Initiative (Community Informatics Initiative, 2009-10)
    Table of Contents: Community Inquiry Labs Back in Action; eBlack Studies Conference 2009; iSchools coming to Urbana-Champaign; University Engagement in São Tomé Summer 2009; Community Health Informatics Update; Welcome ...

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