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    Master All Philosophies of Education in 1 MINUTE

    You might have a hard time memorizing and understanding all of the Philosophies of Education. The common mistake we commit is we tend to interchange the philosophies with their corresponding sense. Well, that problem will never happen again. Here’s how:

    1. Identify first if the statement is Teacher-centered or Student-centered.
    2. Just bear in mind that the Philosophies that are teacher-centered are PERENNIALISM, ESSENTIALISM, BEHAVIORISM, and IDEALISM; other than these are Student-centered already.
    3. Next is to memorize the key characteristic of each philosophy. Take a look at the table below. Each Philosophy has its key characteristic.
    4. Practice it frequently with sample sentences.

    Remember the sequence, IDENTIFY THE SENTENCE > CLASSIFY WHETHER STUDENT-CENTERED OR TEACHER-CENTERED> IDENTIFY THROUGH THE KEY CONCEPTS.


    Distinctive Techniques for Philosophies of Education

     
    STUDENT-CENTERED
    REALISM
    – Step by step, Problem Solving, Life as it is; Preparation for life
    EXPERIMENTALISM
    – Scientific Process
    CONSTRUCTIVISM
    – Reflection, look back, prior knowledge
    RECONSTRUCTIVISM
    – Society, developing the community
    NATURALISM
    – No god, Freedom, Natural Unfolding
    EXISTENTIALISM
    – choice, values of the living
    PRAGMATISM
     learning by doing but for the sake of society and the school.
    PROGRESSIVISM
    learning by doing; students interest
    TEACHER-CENTERED
    IDEALISM
    values; abstract concept; Moral; God
    PERENNIALISM
    unchanging; historical; Laws/ principles.
    BEHAVIOURISM
    Stimuli; Reward and punishment
    ESSENTIALISM
    Basic/ fundamental; 3 R’s; Pre-requisite.

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