- Ruth Heilbronn
- Christine Doddington
- Rupert Higham
- Chapter 1 Preserving Rich Experience in the Digital Age
- Chapter 2 The Emergence of Makerspaces, Hackerspaces and Fab Labs: Dewey’s Democratic Communities of the Twenty-first Century?
- Chapter 3 Constructing Creative Democracy at School by Reading the Classics: A Dialogue between Martha Nussbaum and John Dewey
- Chapter 4 Dewey and the Alexander Technique: Lessons in Mind–Body Learning
- Chapter 5 Black Bodies in Schools: Dewey’s Democratic Provision for Participation Confronts the Challenges of ‘Fundamental Plunder’
- Chapter 6 Education in the Open: The Somaesthetic Value of Being Outside
- Chapter 7 Dewey and the Democratic Curriculum
- Chapter 8 Dewey Anticipates Habermas’s Paradigm of Communication: The Critique of Individualism and the Basis for Moral Authority in Democracy and Education
- Chapter 9 The Role of the Educators’ Disposition and Mental Processes in a Student’s Experience of Democracy
- Chapter 10 Dewey’s Notion of Interest: Antithetic to or Sympathetic with Educational Development?
- Epilogue: The Persistence of Dewey’s Pragmatism: On Possibilities and Risks