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The Theory of Experience in Education (John Dewey) – TBWJP036


This is the fifth installment in a series of podcasts about the role of experience in education. In this entry, Dr. Ben Wood Johnson examines the notion of experience. He delineates the nuance John Dewey makes between continuity and interaction. The argument is that the individual must be allowed to experience the world on his own. Let us have a listen!

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Ben Wood Johnson

Ben Wood Johnson is an author, educator, and philosopher. He is a multidisciplinary scholar. He writes about Philosophy, Legal Theory, Public/Foreign Policy, Education, Politics, Ethics, Race, and Crime. Johnson graduated from Penn State and Villanova University. He is fluent in French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian. Johnson enjoys reading, poetry, painting, and music.

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