1. John Dewey is probably the most influential thinker on education, and his original works are notoriously difficult to read, like Piaget’s. Instead of asking you to read one of these original works, please read a short chapter written by Nel Noddings (another famous educational philosopher, actually a mathematician turned into philosopher). And answer the following questions:
    1. According to Nel Noddings, John Dewey has been labeled as a relativist, a pragmatist/naturalist, and a behaviorist. Please briefly explain why he was labeled as each of the above. Based on your reading of this chapter, do you agree or disagree with each of these labels?
    2. What are some of the misconceptions of Dewey’s child-centeredness? Why should Dewey be thought of more as an interactionist?


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