Unformatted text preview: change. He goes on to state that resources in science were being allocated in inventions that would be inexpensive, efficient, and would increase the market production. He states that this revolution will affect education beyond formal an d superficial fashions. Ultimately, Dewey believed that the schooling process was restrictive and monotonous. He believed that individuals can learn by being an active part of their communities. Certain things can be learned through real world applications. He criticized the home-schooled restrictive education and championed the "new education" in which one learns through the experiences of live and being an active part of the community....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course AMST 10 taught by Professor Saul during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.
- Fall '08