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      John Dewey: A Look at His Contributions to Curriculum

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          This article provides a thorough analysis of John Dewey and his theory experimentalism. John Dewey was a leader in education and philosophy of his time. Still today his ideologies have a place in educational curriculums across the globe. John Dewey believed that students learn from human experiences. Furthermore, Dewey believed that student experiences shape the future decisions that a learner engages in. Although Dewey’s work faced scrutiny, Dewey’s thoughts are still relevant in education reform today. This article resurfaces the need for whole child research considerations and inclusive learner experiences like Dewey’s work many years ago when making educational decision and building curriculum that meet the needs of individuals to promote a positive global change.

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          Academicus : International Scientific Journal
          Academicus Journal
          01 January 2020
          : MMXX
          : 21
          : 142-150
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          25edb9ae5f654495b29d8cd1cd8c14b7
          10.7336/academicus.2020.21.12

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          Economics as a science
          HB71-74

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