Deweyan Deliberation as a Model for Decision-Making in Jewish Education

By Isa Aron

Magnes Press (Jerusalem), 1984

In Studies in Jewish Education 2, 136-149. The paper begins with a general discussion of Deweyan deliberation pointing out both its special virtues and its major limitations. Then it discusses the applicability of deliberation to the process of curricular decision-making in Jewish education. A Deweyan approach to curricular decision-making is couterposed to more standard model of decision-making in American education. The way in which a Deweyan approach would answer the special needs of Jewish education is examined.

Topic: Education, Scholarship, Academic Research

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Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Aron, Isa. Deweyan Deliberation as a Model for Decision-Making in Jewish Education. Magnes Press (Jerusalem). 1984: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=2902


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