In Learning From Teaching Experience Dewey S Theory And Preservice Teachers Lear

In “Learning From Teaching Experience: Dewey’s Theory and  Preservice Teachers’ Learning.” Dewey presented that  learning should occur in the process of experience; that is, learning  should be incidental to the ongoing natural activities of students  rather than the result of teacher-planned activities.” Discuss  your interpretation of Dewey’s statement.  Does his  statement counteract our current practices in the classroom?

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