偉大的美國哲學家約翰·杜威的思想改變了美國的教育體系。雖然杜威所做的只是把他的一些實用主義哲學理念應用到課堂上，但他的工作成果永遠地改變了教育。在這篇題為《我的教學信條》的短文中，杜威讓讀者深刻理解了他的觀點，即什么是教育，應該如何進行教育，以及為什么教育很重要。如今，他被認為是“教育之父”，他的觀點在世界各地的課堂上得到了各種各樣的改編。杜威首先通過拒絕傳統的美國教育理念而脫穎而出。美國教育理念是圍繞著站在教室前面的老師們建立起來的，他們把信息灌輸給學生。相反，杜威提出了一種新的教育形式，利用可適用的經驗作為學習的關鍵要素。論文的句子。約翰·杜威體現了許多定義美國哲學的實用主義理想。他是在查爾斯·達爾文的《物種起源》一書出版時出生的，因此圍繞這個話題的辯論對他的哲學產生了巨大的影響。與杜威時代的許多其他美國哲學家一樣，比如查爾斯·桑德斯·皮爾斯(Charles Sanders Peirce)也渴望對這些進化科學的新發現做出回應，并找出它們與哲學的關系。杜威認為，知識最好是通過科學方法被發現的。正如我稍后將談到的，這在杜威的教育模式中最為普遍，他默認實踐經驗和探究是學習的關鍵。走到現實世界中去，擁有一種可以被他人檢驗和批評的生活體驗，以便向更好的方向發展，這對杜威的觀點和許多美國實用主義者的基本信念至關重要。
<标题> The ideas of the great American philosopher, John Dewey, transformed the American education system. While all Dewey did was simply apply some of his pragmatist philosophical ideals to the classroom, the results of his work changed education forever. In the short essay, "My Pedagogic Creed," Dewey gives his readers great insight into his ideas regarding what education is, how it should be done, and why it's important. Today, he is considered a "father of education" and his views are being adapted in all sorts of ways in classrooms around the world. Dewey first stood out by rejecting the traditional ideal of American education which was built around teachers standing up in the front of the classroom and pouring information into the minds of their students. Instead, Dewey suggested a new form of education that utilized applicable experience as the key element of learning. Thesis sentences here. John Dewey embodies many of the pragmatic ideals that define American philosophy. He was born around the time that Charles Darwin's Origin of Species book came out, so the debates surrounding that topic had a monumental influence on his philosophy. Along with many other American philosophers of Dewey's time, such as Charles Sanders Peirce, there was a desire to respond to these new discoveries in evolutionary science and find out how they related to philosophy. Dewey believed that knowledge was best discovered through the scientific method. As I will later talk about, this is nowhere more prevalent than in Dewey's model for education in which he defaults to hands-on experience and inquiry as the paramount key to learning. Going out into the real world and having a live experience that could be tested and criticized by others in order to progress to something better was essential to Dewey's view and a foundational belief of many American pragmatists.