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Edited by Charles L. Lowery and Patrick M. Jenlink

In the last twenty-five years there has been a great deal of scholarship about John Dewey’s work, as well as continued appraisal of his relevance for our time, especially in his contributions to pragmatism and progressivism in teaching, learning, and school learning. The Handbook of Dewey’s Educational Theory and Practice provides a comprehensive, accessible, richly theoretical yet practical guide to the educational theories, ideals, and pragmatic implications of the work of John Dewey, America’s preeminent philosopher of education. Edited by a multidisciplinary team with a wide range of perspectives and experience, this volume will serve as a state-of-the-art reference to the hugely consequential implications of Dewey’s work for education and schooling in the 21st century. Organized around a series of concentric circles ranging from the purposes of education to appropriate policies, principles of schooling at the organizational and administrative level, and pedagogical practice in Deweyan classrooms, the chapters will connect Dewey’s theoretical ideas to their pragmatic implications.

Adaptive Challenge

Teachers as Lead Professionals for Democratic Living

Daniel J. Castner

Civic Efficiency as a Democratic Ideal

Social Renewal through Dewey’s Continuous, Integrated Education

Charles L. Lowery and Connor J. Fewell

Edited by Charles L. Lowery and Patrick M. Jenlink

Edited by Charles L. Lowery and Patrick M. Jenlink

Edited by Charles L. Lowery and Patrick M. Jenlink

Dewey’s Social Imaginary of Democratic Education

Democracy’s Role in Educating a Democratic Citizenry

Patrick M. Jenlink

A Deweyan Faith in Democratic Education

A Teacher’s Dedication to Ensuring All Students Are Included

Michael E. Hess and Theodore J. Hutchinson