John Dewey’s imagination

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 63 Number 3 (2021)

John Dewey’s imagination
Patrick Yarker pages 87-94
DOI: 10.3898/forum.2021.63.3.10


In several of his writings, John Dewey returned to the importance of the imagination for thinking about experience and making sense of it. This article looks at some of what he says, especially in Democracy and Education, and considers the enduring importance of imagination for lesson-planning, teaching and assessment.

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Patrick Yarker (2021) John Dewey’s imagination, FORUM, 63(3), 87-94.

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