Approximately one hundred years ago, John Dewey responded to societal changes brought about by the Industrial Revolution by writing a philosophy of education that encouraged experiential learning. Like the Industrial Revolution, the Information Revolution has created similar need for an adjusted philosophy of education. This article explores the educational and pedagogical issues created by the Information Revolution through a Deweyan lens.
Davis, Heather E.
"Technology in the Classroom: A Deweyan Perspective,"
Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and Practice: Vol. 1:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://uknowledge.uky.edu/kjhepp/vol1/iss2/2