An experimental approach to education
Defines experimentalism as a systematic theory of education stemming from the work of John Dewey. States that the experimentalist turns to experience rather than away from it. Indicates that intelligence, operating in quite human ways in relation to quite human problems, will give the answers that are needed to bring the newly born infant to maturity. Elucidates the experimentalist viewpoint, answers objections, and comments on a film sequence of a "progressive" classroom. Featured personality is H. Gordon Hullfish, professor of education at Ohio State University.
KTCA-TV, Minneapolis-St.Paul; Dr. Harvey M. Rice; H. Gordon Hullfish; Dr. Philip H. Phenix; Donald G. Cain; Elmer Dahl; Kodo Kawamura; Ray Green; David Westphal; Joseph T. McDermott
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Education ; Experimental methods ; Philosophy.
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1 Film (0:29:15); 16mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003253426; Other: GR00425346; MDPI Barcode: 40000003253426
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