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Transcript of Basic Education-Philosophy
Based on the new implementing curriculum, it is composed of one year Kinder (pre-elementary education), six years in elementary and another six years in high school.
Mainly, these institutions are handled and managed by the Department of Education. Basic Education ESSENTIALISM "No Child Left Behind Act"
Schools that use the essentialism philosophy encourage academic competition. This type of educational approach tends to create longer academic days, school years, and the need for challenging textbooks.
The students are taught factual information
Both the teacher and the administrators decide what is best for the student. This creates an atmosphere where students do not expand their minds creatively.
Teacher is the center of the instruction. PERENNIALISM Stimulates thought provoking discussions from different topics presented to the student.
Students' input is important.
The educator was responsible for teaching principals not facts. Their goal was to open the students mind to scientific reasoning, and that factual information may be proven false.
This will help the individual thinker in each student blossom.
PROGRESSIVISM This is the first philosophical approach that takes into consideration the three learning types (auditory, visual and kinesthetic learners) of students.
You can see thought provoking games, books, manipulative objects, experimentation and social interaction between the students of a progressive classroom.
Uses field trips outside of the classroom
By using this approach our schools systems take into consideration the abilities of the whole student population. This approach is suitable for the diverse population of students that attend today's schools Basic Education is an "essential education". It is a formal education deemed necessary for somebody to function properly in society. THERE ARE FIVE KEY EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHIES EXISTENTIALISM "not just the mind that needed to be educated, but the whole person."-A.S. Neill, J.P. Sarte, S. Kierkegaard, and F. Nietzche
An existentialism school didn't enforce formal education. Instead it nurtured the creativity, and individuality of the student.
Children would be given a variety of subjects to choose from.
The student pursued the subject of their choice, learning method, and worked at their own pace. They received one-on-one guidance from their teacher. BEHAVIORISM It may be used to change negative behavior.
The student may not earn a point for that day if they use an inappropriate manner. On the other hand a teacher may reward the class with stickers for doing a good job.
Motivating a student.
There are many different forms of philosophy used in our education system today. It is not unusual to see more than one philosophy incorporated in a school or classroom setting. Basic Education offers a constant changing curriculum. This is to make sure that education follows the trends of a changing world but still education must be inclined with its roots for success and those roots will definitely be... PHILOSOPHY Mrs. Forever Lee Saniel-Sombillo
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