How to Pronounce dewey?

Correct pronunciation for the word "dewey" is [djˈuːɪ], [djˈuːɪ], [d_j_ˈuː_ɪ].

"Dewey" in context

Dewey is an American educational reformer, philosopher, and psychologist, born in 1859 and best known for his advocacy of constructivism in education. He wrote a book, Democracy and Education, which has heavily influenced educational reform since its publication in 1916. He believed in the primacy of experience in learning and the importance of allowing students to explore their own interests. Dewey encouraging teachers to be more open to student questions and less authoritative in their instruction. Further, he strongly rejected traditional educational practices, such as rote memorization, which he found ineffective and unnatural.

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