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A Note on History...

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Sat, 17 Jul 1999 00:21:35 -0700


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Arriving in California in 1931, John Dewey held in-service teacher =
training sessions all over the state promoting his thesis on =
"learn-by-doing" that began to change the thinking of many progressive =
public school teachers of the day. Lasting into the explosive 1960s - =
The Flower Children Generation - when, along with other cultural mores, =
educational practices were once again being challenged. Simply put, we =
all learn by example; by demonstration; by implementation.

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Arriving in California in 1931, John Dewey held in-service teacher = training=20 sessions all over the state promoting his thesis on "learn-by-doing" = that=20 began to change the thinking of many progressive public school teachers = of the=20 day. Lasting into the explosive 1960s - The Flower Children = Generation=20 - when, along with other cultural mores, educational = practices were=20 once again being challenged. Simply put, we all learn by example; by=20 demonstration; by implementation.

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