"Critical thinking" in the context of John Dewey's philosophy of education

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The article discusses the innovative method of critical thinking or, more precisely, critical reflection in the field of education, formulated by the American philosopher and twentieth-century educator John Dewey. The author shows that the development of John Dewey of this method has passed practical approbation in a number of American schools, has received positive feedback and has been introduced into the pedagogic and educational practice. The "critical thinking" theory of has not lost its topicality in modern conditions.

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