Democracy and Education

by John Dewey

Table of Contents

  1. Education as a Necessity of Life
  2. Education as a Social Function
  3. Education as Direction
  4. Education as Growth
  5. Preparation, Unfolding, and Formal Discipline
  6. Education as Conservative and Progressive
  7. The Democratic Conception in Education
  8. Aims in Education
  9. Natural Development and Social Efficiency as Aims
  10. Interest and Discipline
  11. Experience and Thinking
  12. Thinking in Education
  13. The Nature of Method
  14. The Nature of Subject Matter
  15. Play and Work in the Curriculum
  16. The Significance of Geography and History
  17. Science in the Course of Study
  18. Educational Values
  19. Labor and Leisure
  20. Intellectual and Practical Studies
  21. Physical and Social Studies: Naturalism and Humanism
  22. The Individual and the World
  23. Vocational Aspects of Education
  24. Philosophy of Education
  25. Theories of Knowledge
  26. Theories of Morals

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