Let’s examine each approach in detail.
Dewey (1933) stated that knowledge results from an individual’s personal engagement with society. Individual can acquire knowledge though his questioning ability. The basic assumption that Dewey advocates is that assembling of knowledge is possible through active reflection on experiences. What I can make sense out of this theory is that reflection leads an experience into deeper understating. Dewey emphasizes that reflection “gives an individual an increased power of control and stimulates inquiry. (Dewey, 1933 as cites in Laura, 2009, p.2) Various attempts have been made to formulate reflective frameworks based on Dewey’s model. One of the frameworks of reflection based on Dewey’s model, widely used in