By Thomas E. Smith, Clifford E. Knapp
Experiential schooling is a philosophy and technique for development wisdom, constructing talents, and clarifying values by means of enticing newcomers in direct adventure and concentrated mirrored image. to appreciate experiential schooling, what should still one be examining? This sourcebook introduces philosophers, educators, and different practitioners whose paintings is proper to an individual looking solutions to this question. Following short snapshots of John Dewey and Kurt Hahn, the booklet is equipped in 4 sections:
- Philosophers and academic Theorists
- Nature Educators and open air Educators
- Psychologists and Sociologists
- School and application Founders.
Each bankruptcy makes a speciality of somebody whose philosophy and perform exemplify a biographical and ancient version for attaining a deeper figuring out of experiential schooling. An appendix comprises brief biographical sketches of forty-five extra humans whose contributions to experiential schooling deserve a more in-depth glance. This quantity offers a much-needed evaluation and foundations for the field – for college kids in classes addressing experiential schooling, problem schooling, outdoors experiential schooling, activity schooling, and comparable fields; for studying theorists and curriculum experts; for experiential educators; and for academic philosophers.
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