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Rochelle Mayer
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Published on Dec 1, 1972in Harvard Educational Review 2.63
Lawrence Kohlberg45
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Rochelle Mayer2
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The authors offer an explanation of the psychological and philosophical positions underlying aspects of educational progressivism. They contrast tenets of progressivism, most clearly identified with the work of John Dewey, with two other educational ideologies, the romantic and the cultural transmission conceptions, which historically have competed in the minds of educators as rationales for the choice of educational goals and practices. Kohlberg and Mayer maintain that only progressivism, with ...
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