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The philosophical foundations of education

Steven M. Cahn

The philosophical foundations of education

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Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Philosophy -- Addresses, essays, lectures

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[compiled by] Steven M. Cahn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB41 .C18
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 433 p.
    Number of Pages433
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5437334M
    LC Control Number73085973

    Eduspace gives an instructor the ability to create all or part of their course online using the widely recognized tools of Blackboard and quality text-specific content from HMCo. They should excel in their tasks and in line with their function. Additionally, they critically assess each philosophy, and examine how numerous other scholars view it. Zigler suggested that only through focusing on their own spiritual development could teachers positively impact the spiritual development of students.

    Unschooling encourages exploration of activities led by the children themselves, facilitated by the adults. It is imperative to maintain good human relations in the group in order to be able to work together with success. They should excel in their tasks and in line with their function. Dewey often put education as a synonymous of growth, though this view met a lot of opposition. The work of philosophers of education is to analyze and clearly formulate concepts and questions that are of high importance for education.

    Students are encouraged to discover facts and relationships and continually build on what they already know. Most of the other chapters include substantial bibliographies. For today's educators and philosophers. Such studies are done with the help of classical branches of philosophy such as epistemology or the theory of knowledge, ethics, social or political philosophy, philosophy of science, philosophy of language and in some cases philosophy of mind and aesthetics.


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The philosophical foundations of education book

For today's educators and philosophers. He influenced the views of educators such as Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi toJohann Friedrich Herbart to and Friedrich Froebel to Bruner developed the concept of discovery learning which promoted learning as a process of constructing new ideas based on current or past knowledge.

The lowest and supporting layer of a structure 5. Holt was catapulted into the American national consciousness to the extent that he made appearances on major TV talk shows, wrote book reviews for Life magazine, and was a guest on the To Tell The Truth TV game show.

Aristotle taught that children should be trained in morally appropriate modes of conduct. He felt that deprivation of this sense of freedom during childhood, and the consequent unhappiness experienced by the repressed child, was responsible for many of the psychological disorders of adulthood.

Through this functionalist model Plato developed his image of education in the context of the ideal state. Integrates information on the role of the teacher throughout.

The model of moral education he established is widely popular today. He wrote a number of books that now define much of contemporary democratic education philosophy.

Steiner believed that young children should meet only goodness.

Philosophy of Education

If the ultimate purpose of the social The philosophical foundations of education book is the improvement of human relations, that of education is the improvement of individuals; and therefore of human relations. Main article: Unschooling Unschooling is a range of educational philosophies and practices centered on allowing children to learn through their natural life experiences, including child directed playgame play, household responsibilities, work experience, and social interactionrather than through a more traditional school curriculum.

The book provides students with an interesting and personal but structured way to examine the historical and philosophical foundations of education. Such studies are done with the help of classical branches of philosophy such as epistemology or the theory of knowledge, ethics, social or political philosophy, philosophy of science, philosophy of language and in some cases philosophy of mind and aesthetics.

What is the aim or purposes of education? Table of Contents Chapter 1. Having read the book inwhen the most recent edition of the book is the 9th edition, there are many parts which feel dated and seem to have been written with an eye on the isms of the moment.

Concept of Education Chapter 2. Main article: John Holt educator In Holt published his first book, How Children Failasserting that the academic failure of schoolchildren was not despite the efforts of the schools, but actually because of the schools.

Contemplative methods may also be used by teachers in their preparation; Waldorf education was one of the pioneers of the latter approach. Zigler suggested that only through focusing on their own spiritual development could teachers positively impact the spiritual development of students.

HindiM. Having read the book inwhen the most recent edition of the book is the 9th edition, there are many parts which feel dated and seem I was torn between giving the book two stars or three stars, but finally decided in favour of three.

John Dewey to is also among the most influential names in the area of educational philosophy. It also misses the boat about the increasingly debatable role of computers in education.Download historical and philosophical foundations of education a biographical introduction or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get historical and philosophical foundations of education a biographical introduction book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to. Educational philosophies originate from general philosophical systems and are comprehensive and in-depth, while educational theories are specific and formulated to serve the educational needs in the curriculum, teaching and learning.

This chapter introduces Author: Charlene Tan. Now in its ninth edition, Philosophical Foundations of Education provides readers with comprehensive knowledge about the various schools of thought that have comprised the philosophy of education throughout history.

Highly readable, this chronological text gives insight into the individuals who helped develop various philosophies of education and provides historical information about how they lived Cited by: Mar 10,  · For courses in the Philosophical and/or Social Foundations of Education, this text links primary source readings to thorough coverage of concepts in a chronologically arranged presentation that takes readers from the educational views of the ancients to those of today's postmodernists.

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Now in its ninth edition, Philosophical Foundations of Education provides readers with comprehensive knowledge about the various schools of thought that have comprised the philosophy of education throughout history.

Highly readable, this chronological text gives insight into the individuals who helped develop various philosophies of education and provides historical information about how they lived Format: On-line Supplement.