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The Philosophy of Education. Chapter 5. What is Philosophy of Education. All teachers have a personal philosophy that colors the way they teach Engaging in philosophy helps clarify what they do or intend to do, justify or explain why they do what they do in a logical, systematic manner.
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The Philosophy of Education Chapter 5

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What is Philosophy of Education All instructors have an individual theory that hues the way they show Engaging in reasoning elucidates what they do or expect to do, legitimize or clarify why they do what they do in a coherent, efficient way

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Understanding two critical thoughts Who they are or mean to be Why they do or propose to do what they do Eric Berne\'s three imperative inquiries: Who am I? What am I doing here? Who are all these other individuals, and what do they need of me?

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The importance of Philosophical Inquiry "Whatever individuals grasp, if their decisions are made in an intelligent, sane way, they are occupied with the way toward \'doing logic.\'" Three particular territories of philosophical request: mysticism worried with inquiries regarding the way of reality; epistemology worried with the way of learning; axiology worried with the way of qualities

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Particular Philosophies of Education Idealism, the principal precise rationality in Western thought… Socrates and Plato, the Socratic strategy was exchange Generic thoughts: Philosophers frequently offer theoretical conversation starters that are not effectively addressed but rather are worried with the look for truth World of matter in consistent condition of flux, faculties are not to be trusted, ceaselessly swindle us Truth is impeccable and interminable, yet not found in the realm of matter, just through the psyche

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Idealism The main steady for Plato was arithmetic, unchangeable and unceasing Plato\'s technique for discourse occupied with deliberate, sensible examination of all perspectives… eventually prompting to assention and a combination of thoughts… this approach known as the argument.

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Idealism Plato trusted training moved people all things considered toward accomplishing the great. The State ought to be required in instruction, moving brighter understudies toward unique thoughts and the less capable toward gathering information… a sexual orientation free following framework Those who were brighter ought to administer, others ought to expect parts to keep up the express The scholar lord would lead the State to a definitive decent

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Idealism Evil comes through obliviousness, training will prompt to the decimation of malevolence More current visionaries: St. Augustine, Descartes, Kant, Hegel Goal of Education: intrigued by the scan for truth through thoughts… with truth comes obligation to illuminate others, "training is change: Ideas can change lives."

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Idealism Role of the Teacher: to investigate and examine thoughts with understudies so understudies can move to new levels of mindfulness so they can eventually be changed, deliberations managed through the persuasion, yet ought to intend to associate examination with activity Role of the educator is to bring out what is as of now in understudy\'s psyche: memory

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Methods of Instruction Lecture every once in a while, yet essential strategy for instructing is the logic… talk about, break down, integrate, and apply what they have perused to contemporary society Curriculum… significance of the investigation of the works of art… many bolster a simple way to deal with training

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Realism Aristotle was the main defender of authenticity, began the Lyceum, the primary savant to build up a precise hypothesis of rationale Generic Notions… just through concentrate the material world is it conceivable to clear up or create thoughts… matter is genuine free of thoughts

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Aristotle\'s Systematic Theory of Logic Begin with exact research, theorize or utilize rationalization thinking, and come full circle in a syllogism A syllogism is an arrangement of rationale that comprises of three sections: (1) a noteworthy introduce, (2) a minor preface, and (3) a determination For a syllogism to work, every one of the parts must be right

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Philosopher\'s Concerns What is the great life? What is the significance of reason? Balance in all things… adjust in driving one\'s life: reason is the instrument to help people accomplish adjust and control

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Realists Neo-Thomism… Aquinas influenced an amalgamation of agnostic thoughts and Christian convictions… reason is the method for determining or comprehension truth, God could be comprehended through thinking in light of the material world… no contention amongst science and religion The universe of confidence with the universe of reason, contemporary Catholic schools

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Modern Realism From the Renaissance, Francis Bacon created enlistment, the logical strategy… in light of Aristotle, built up a technique beginning with perceptions, finishing in speculation, tried in particular occasions with the end goal of confirmation John Locke and clean slate , things known as a matter of fact… requested sense information and after that pondered them

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Contemporary Realists Tend to concentrate on logic and science… Alfred North Whitehead, worried with the look for "all inclusive examples" Bertrand Russell with Whitehead, Principia Mathematica… widespread examples could be checked and arranged through arithmetic

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Goal of Education for Realists Notions of the great life, truth, magnificence could be replied through the investigation of thoughts, utilizing the rationalistic strategy… for contemporary realists, the objective of training is to help people comprehend and apply the standards of science to take care of the issues tormenting the current world Teachers ought to be saturated with the fundamental scholastic orders

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Pragmatism An American logic from the 19 th century… Peirce, James, Dewey "By their natural products, ye might know them." Pragmatism urges individuals to discover forms that work keeping in mind the end goal to accomplish their sought closures… activity situated, experientially grounded Rousseau… "back to nature", environment and experience… Emile, little respect for the instruction of ladies other than to be Emile\'s friend

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John Dewey Intellectual beneficiary to Charles Darwin, steady communication amongst living being and environment, dynamic and creating world… kid focused progressivism and social reconstructionism Instrumentalism and experimentalism, down to business relationship amongst school and society and applying thoughts of training on a test premise

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John Dewey\'s Philosophy Education begins with the necessities and premiums of the tyke, permits the youngster to take an interest in arranging her course of study, utilize extend technique or gathering learning, depend vigorously or experiential learning Children are dynamic, natural creatures… requiring both opportunity and obligation Ideas are not separate from social conditions, logic has a duty to society

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Dewey\'s Role for the Teacher Not the dictator however the facilitator… empowers, offers proposals, inquiries and plans and execute courses of study… has charge of a few orders Inquiry strategy, critical thinking, coordinated educational programs

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Existentialism and Phenomenology Kierkegaard, Buber, Jaspers, Sartre, Maxine Greene… existentialists Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty… phenomenologists How do one\'s worries influence the lives of an individual… the marvels of awareness, discernment and importance in an individual\'s affair

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Existentialists and Phenomenologists Based on the earth alone, must understand the turmoil one experiences "Presence goes before quintessence." People must make themselves and make their own particular significance… done through the decisions individuals make in their lives, in a condition of consistent turning into… an individual can have any kind of effect in an apparently silly world

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Existentialists Education ought to concentrate on the requirements of people, incorporate the nonrational and sound, the idea of plausibility Teachers ought to comprehend their own "lived world" and help understudies to comprehend their reality The should be "wide alert"… the part of the instructor is seriously individual

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Neo-Marxism Radical scrutinize of private enterprise The part of training ought to be to give understudies the knowledge to demystify free enterprise and get to be operators of radical change Marx trusted the historical backdrop of human advancement was characterized by class battle General clash hypothesis… the educator is a "transformative scholarly"

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