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  Philosophy of education - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Education is, of course, a relatively minor part of his overall philosophical vision, but it is an important one.
Throughout the education, a great importance is placed upon having free and creative individuals as teachers; thus, schools should have an appropriate amount of freedom to shape their own curriculum and teachers should have a corresponding freedom to shape the daily life of the classroom.
Critics have accused the philosophy of education of being one the weakest subfields of both philosophy and education, disconnected from philosophy (by being insufficiently rigorous for the tastes of many "real" philosophers) and from the broader study and practice of education (by being too philosophical, too theoretical).
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 Philosophy Of Education.
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 SingaporeMoms - Parenting Encyclopedia - Philosophy of education
There are certain key voices in philosophy of education, who have contributed in large part to our basic understandings of what education is and can be, and who have also provided powerful critical perspectives revealing the problems in education as it has been practiced in various historical circumstances.
There is one particular strand in educational philosophy that stands out as of extreme importance in the present time, which may be identified as the "Democratic Tradition", because it is a product of philosophers who, seeking to establish or preserve democracy, turn to education as a method of choice.
A Brazilian who became committed to the cause of educating the impoverished peasants of his nation and collaborating with them in the pursuit of their liberation from oppression, Paulo Freire contributes a philosophy of education that comes not only from the more classical approaches stemming from Plato, but also from modern Marxist and anti-colonialist thinkers.
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 PCC :: Philosophy of Education
Education at Pensacola Christian College is based on the Christian traditional approach in contrast to the humanistic, progressive systems of education.
The objective of Christian education is to develop—within the framework of the student's God-given personality, potential, and abilities–individuals who are articulate, knowledgeable, and of good Christian character.
Through Christian education, the student must be brought to “unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ” (Eph.
www.pcci.edu /GeneralInfo/Philosophy.html   (397 words)

  
 Open Directory - Society: Philosophy: Philosophy of Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
New England Philosophy of Education Society - NEPES is a professional association of philosophers of education.
Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society - OVPES is a professional association of philosophers of education.
Philosophy of Education Society - PES is the national society for philosophy of education in the U.S. This site provides information about PES, its services, history, and publications, and links to online resources relevant to the philosophy of education.
dmoz.org /Society/Philosophy/Philosophy_of_Education   (457 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education at Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base
Beginning with a philosophy of education, then scanning cognitive theories and psychology, "Architect for Learning" points the way to how the network can be a powerful tool for individualizing education.
Whether the educational potential of the network is achieved or not will depend largely on a genesis generation of network based learning architects.
Traditionally the protection of these borders was entrusted to educators, teachers, intellectuals and administrators, who were expected to demarcate and preserve culture from nature, true from false, moral from immoral, nice from nasty, and good from evil...
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 Philosophy of Education
The essence of my philosophy of education is to be of complete service to my students.
In conclusion, I believe a great educational program must possess enthusiastic teachers who are committed to the progress of students and enjoys the many hours of preparation.
Educational administration is leading the faculty, staff, students, parents, and the local community towards excellence.
www.bsu.edu /web/toedsell/philofed.htm   (914 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education
To educate is to train by formal instruction and supervised practice in a skill, trade, or profession.
In my opinion, three specific goals of education include self-awareness, passing on knowledge to the next generation, and help in training for a career that an individual may enjoy or have a passion for.
As an elementary tutor, I observed that teachers preached courage and confidence in taking risks, and many students eagerly threw their arms in the air in response to answering questions instead of dreading the chance to be called on.
student.plattsburgh.edu /myer1580/philo_of_ed.htm   (897 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Education is about a lot more than showing up every day and instructing in front of a room of students.
Education is mostly about planning; there is a need to plan for each lesson and gear to the needs of every student.
My philosophy of education is largely based on not just teaching the curriculum; I hope to help my students develop as adolescents, build confidence in themselves, and set them up for the future.
www.tcnj.edu /~miller8/Philosophy.htm   (625 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education
Educational philosophies are established in terms of three major ideas: (a) what is the nature of man? (b) what is the nature and function of society?
A philosophy of education most suited to peoples' needs and society is not complete, therefore, without the content of scriptural truth incorporated into the educational program.
Modern educators are concerned with the necessity of providing an adequate world-view for those who are being educated.
www.mccks.edu /aboutmcc/philosophy_of_education.html   (428 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
philosophy to the understanding of the human phenomenon of education.
The objectives it seeks to achieve and the standards it applies in assessment are from among those objectives and standards specific to the program and common to all students.
Specifically it is designed to prepare the student for university studies through instruction in the thorough analysis of the human phenomenon of education through the application of those concepts related to the discipline of philosophy that are appropriate to this analysis.
www.granpawayne.com /courses/ED-OUT.HTM   (696 words)

  
 My Philosophy of Education
My personal philosophy of education is most closely related to progressivism, which is a school of thought advocating that truth is determined by function.
Progressivism is an educational philosophy focused on providing students with the skills and knowledge necessary not only to survive but also to succeed in a contemporary and competitive society.
In line with the progressivism philosophy, the role of the teacher is to facilitate learning by posing questions for students that exercise their minds in a practical manner.
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 philosophy of education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Education is a process of mutual growth, so that ultimately there is neither student nor teacher.
Education is the exercise of mutual respect grounded in the teachings of non-ego and emptiness.
Education flourishes only when student and teacher alike accept each other as they are and respect each other for what they are.
www.shin-ibs.edu /intro5.htm   (296 words)

  
 Philosophy of Liberal Education
D.C. Phillips, "Scylla, Charybdis, and Social Epistemology: A Response to Alvin Goldman," Philosophy of Education (1995).
Philosophy and the American School: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education (Houghton Mifflin Co., 1961).
Explores assumptions held by those supporting liberal education as it is currently taught and by those who believe it should not ignore the contributions of other cultures and ethnic groups.
www.ditext.com /libed/libed.html   (4545 words)

  
 Education Philosophy Statement
Many educators don't include their philosophy of education as a marketing tool in their teaching portfolio, often causing missed job opportunities.
A Statement of Educational Philosophy is a thoughtful paper, usually one to two pages long, which captures your core educational principles.
We help educators perfect their philosophy of education, as well as many other aspects of their teaching portfolio.
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Syllabi of Courses in Education and English: The Philosophy of Education
The Philosophy and Psychology of the Kindergarten: The Philosophy of Froebel
A presentation and analysis of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s educational theory using three conceptions of education that are found throughout her theoretical writings and her utopian novel Herland: education as social nourishment, education as social parentage, and education as social motherhood.
www.tcrecord.org /search.asp?kw=philosophy   (517 words)

  
 Open Directory - Society: Philosophy: Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Philosophy Class - Introductory essays in logic, aesthetics, epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, political philosophy and history of philosophy.
Sussex School of Philosophy - Courses based on teachings of eastern and western philosophers to help everyone gain deeper knowledge of their essential nature and the source of happiness.
The Tree of Philosophy - A course of introductory lectures for beginning students of philosophy, by Stephen Palmquist.
dmoz.org /Society/Philosophy/Education   (206 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A personal philosophy of education is a theory of how one’s classroom should function.
With this said, however, one’s philosophy of education will remain in a constant state of flux, changing due to a number of circumstances, experiences, and situations.
Based on my present knowledge of the educational system through study and experience, my philosophy of education examines teacher and student roles in the classroom, teaching strategies that should be utilized, as well as the atmosphere and environment of the classroom.
academic.uofs.edu /organization/msp/students/pricciv2/philosophy.html   (627 words)

  
 Philosophy - Special Education
Special Education programs are based on beliefs that influence the nature and content of instructional offerings.
Educational needs and programs can best be addressed through sound and comprehensive analysis of educational and behavioral skill deficits and strengths of individuals in question.
Through their knowledge and skills, special educators provide both direct service to exceptional children and supportive services to other persons, both professional and lay, who are responsible for teaching exceptional children.
coe.asu.edu /candi/sped/philo.htm   (225 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education
            As an introduction to the philosophy of education, this course is designed to present issues and perspectives central to the study and practice of education.
Our goals are to critically question and investigate assumptions about such things as the role of government in education, the constitution of classroom instruction, and the function of social identities (race, ethnicity, gender, class, etc.) in education.
In-class group exercise: Purposes of education, the role of the teacher, the role of the student, the role of government, definitions of knowledge and learning.
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 Research Guide: Philosophy of Education - Boston College
A professional association of educational philosophers whose annual meeting is held in the mid-west.
All presentations (full-text) of the Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society from 1992 to 1999.
Full-text database for philosophy from Plato to Wittgenstein.
www.bc.edu /libraries/research/guides/s-philoseduc   (1030 words)

  
 Philosophy Of Education
The goal of all education, according to 1 Corinthians 10:31 "Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.", is to help man achieve life's purpose: to glorify God.
Recognizing that parents have been given by God the basic responsibility of training and educating their children, FHCA strongly encourages parents to be active in the instruction of their child(ren).
Since personal contact is the primary method of education, class sizes will be kept as small as practical, to insure attention to each student's educational needs.
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 Philosophy of Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
I feel a good educator concentrates on building personable relationships with each student, and learning about his or her life in and out of school.
A major focus of education is the development of problem-solving abilities.
A good educator conducts their class as a facilitator in the problem-solving process rather than just a presenter of knowledge.
www.lehigh.edu /~infolios/kelly/philosophyofeducation.html   (666 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education
  In education, it is important to focus on respect and the presence of the community in the classroom.
  Education is crucial for success, and I want each and every child to understand the importance of a good, strong education in life.
            My philosophy of education is founded on the belief that every child can succeed.
students.ed.uiuc.edu /lackerma/PhilosophyofEducation.htm   (311 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When children start school, they must learn to be a part of a group, socially interact with each other and develop values and beliefs.
At the center of education is the fact that children learn from and with one another.
I believe the purpose of education is to better our society and create good citizens.
people.cornellcollege.edu /j-howard/eportfolio/philofedu.htm   (405 words)

  
 John Dewey: Philosophy of Education
Dewey's education philosophy helped forward the "progressive education" movement, and spawned the development of "experiential education" programs and experiments.
His educational theories were permeated by his primary ethical value of democracy.
Regarded education in a democracy as a tool to enable the citizen to integrate his or her culture and vocation usefully.
www.wilderdom.com /experiential/JohnDeweyPhilosophyEducation.html   (363 words)

  
 Buddhist philosophy - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Buddhist philosophy is the branch of Eastern philosophy based on the teachings of Gautama Buddha (c.
Proponents of such a view may argue that (a) Buddhism is non-theistic (i.e., it has no special use for the existence or nonexistence of a god or gods) or atheistic and (b) religions necessarily involve some form of theism.
It should also be noted that in the South and East Asian cultures in which Buddhism achieved most of its development, the distinction between philosophy and religion is somewhat unclear and possibly quite spurious, so this is may be a semantic problem arising in the West alone.
education.music.us /B/Buddhist-philosophy.htm   (2008 words)

  
 Philosophy of Education
Challenging is the second purpose of education in middle schools because it requires students to actively participate in their own education.
However, involving families in the education of their children is extremely beneficial.
Because their parents are involving themselves while the teacher is reinforcing being an active student, children of involved parents begin to understand the importance of a solid education.
www.arches.uga.edu /~cbailey1/philosophy_of_education.htm   (1307 words)

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