In the first part of this series on psychophysical education, we saw that psychophysical does not refer to the interaction between mental and physical factors, nor the overall effect a practice may have on one’s general attitude and outlook…Read More
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What is psychophysical education, and why is it important? Perhaps more than anything else, the term “psychophysical education” describes what is most essential and revolutionary about our work at the Institute and at Columbia Teachers College, where we are trying to describe an aspect of child development that is completely misunderstood and badly needed…Read More
John Dewey wrote: “We cannot change habit directly: The notion is magic. But we can change it indirectly by modifying conditions…” Does this sound familiar?…Read More
We love that this paper provides clear examples of the influence Alexander had on Dewey’s revolutionary ideas. It also highlights aspects of his philosophy that remain overlooked even today…Read More