Browse School of Information Sciences by Subject "Progressive Education"
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(American Library Association, 2009-03)In this chapter we examine the educational principles and practices of service learning and suggest extending it via the conceptual framework of community inquiry. This framework allows us to focus on the community as a ...
(2009)Informed by Progressive education reforms of the 19th and 20th century, progressive movements in librarianship, the social responsibility movement within ALA, and recent collaborations of ALA’s youth-focused divisions, ...
(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 ...
(International Association of Educators (INASED), 2013-10-06)Progressive education, though its meaning be contested, is the basic idea that schools should be agents of democracy. To reform society, we must reform the schools. The converse is also true: Change in schooling is realizable ...