John Dewey 1859 - 1952

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1. Progressive Education

1.1. Hands on

1.2. Experiential Learning

1.3. Integrated Curriculum

1.4. Collaboration

1.5. Relevant to Everyday Life

1.6. Life Long Learning

1.7. Social Skills

1.8. Personalised

1.9. Democratic Values

1.10. Directed by Individual's Interests

2. Democratic Education

2.1. Education is life itself

2.2. There is no end result

2.2.1. it's not about end results

3. Why they challenge mainstream thought

3.1. To prepare children for their world, the world of the future

4. Aims for this type of Society

5. Ideals for Education

5.1. Prepare Students to be citizens

5.1.1. Good Aims

5.1.1.1. open to

5.1.1.1.1. revision

5.1.1.1.2. flexibility

5.1.1.2. Freeing of activities

5.1.2. Produce citizens that are

5.1.2.1. Open minded

5.1.2.2. Creative

5.1.2.3. Independent

5.1.3. Bad Aims

5.1.3.1. dictated social aims

6. Purposes of Society

6.1. democracy

6.1.1. a belief in the ability of human experience to generate the aims and methods by which further experience shall grow in ordered richness

7. Paulo Friere 1921 - 1997

7.1. Brazilian

7.2. Critical Pedagogy

7.3. Educator

7.4. Philosopher

7.5. 'Pedagogy of the Oppressed' 1970

7.5.1. provide native populations an education

7.5.1.1. new modern

7.5.1.2. anti colonial

7.5.1.3. regain their sense of humanity

7.5.1.4. overcoming their condition

7.5.1.5. 'The oppressed must be their own example in the struggle for their redemption' (Freire, 1970, p. 54)