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EEO. 2012; 11(1): 161-172


John Dewey’s Concept of Consummatory Experience and Its Relevance to Teacher Education

Þevket Benhür Oral.

Abstract
In this paper, the idea of teaching as consummatory experience is discussed in the context of the American educational thinker John Dewey’s later works, especially, Art as Experience. A phenomenological analysis of a narrative provided by a literacy education teacher is used to explore the meaning of Deweyan concept of consummatory experience and its relevance to teacher education.

Key words: John Dewey, phenomenological research, teacher education, narrative analysis, consummatory experience






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