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Experiencing Democratic Education: Political Theory and Public Achievement
Unformatted Document Text:  Hildreth 31 NOTES 1. All names used are pseudonyms. 2. I emphasized the importance of theory in practice, as opposed to applied to practice (see Schön 1983). 3.While the discussion of “what is a democratic classroom?” is outside the confines of this paper, I did explain to students that only certain aspects would be opened up to collective decision-making in order to both model democratic educational practice as well as make explicit the learning that comes through democratic practices (see Cuoto, 1998; Mattern 1997) 4. Public work is a contested concept. The idea of public work draws on and resonates with traditions of civic action, political struggles for emancipation, and foundational theories of citizenship and democracy in American history (Boyte and Kari 1996; Evans and Boyte 1986). 5.My assessment is that students’ papers improved from the first to the final assignment. 6. See Cruikshank 2000 for a discussion of the ideological dimensions to citizen based politics. REFERENCES

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NOTES
1. All names used are pseudonyms.
2. I emphasized the importance of theory in practice, as opposed to applied to practice (see
Schön 1983).
3.While the discussion of “what is a democratic classroom?” is outside the confines of this paper,
I did explain to students that only certain aspects would be opened up to collective decision-
making in order to both model democratic educational practice as well as make explicit the
learning that comes through democratic practices (see Cuoto, 1998; Mattern 1997)
4. Public work is a contested concept. The idea of public work draws on and resonates with
traditions of civic action, political struggles for emancipation, and foundational theories of
citizenship and democracy in American history (Boyte and Kari 1996; Evans and Boyte 1986).
5.My assessment is that students’ papers improved from the first to the final assignment.

6. See Cruikshank 2000 for a discussion of the ideological dimensions to citizen based politics.
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