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Copy of The Educational Philosophy of Rizal

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Transcript of Copy of The Educational Philosophy of Rizal

r i z a l THE EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY OF DR. JOSE RIZAL "My countrymen, I have given proofs, more than anybody else or desiring liberties for our country and I still desire them. But I place as a premise the education of the people so that by means of education and labor they might have a personality of their own and make themselves worthy of liberties."

Jose Rizal What is education? Education is "the culture which each generation purposely gives to those who are to be its successor, in order to qualify them for at least keeping up, if possible, for raising the level of improvement which has been attained." According to Pestalozzi, education is the unfolding of the natural, hidden faculties of the child. according to Froebel, he thought that it is the perfecting, advancing, and progressing of man from one stage of development to another. PHILOSOPHY IMPORTANCE TO A PERSON Rizal's philosophy of education under two headings: THE MISSION OF EDUCATION EDUCATING THE EDUCATOR end of the report. (o:"3 is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. people can clarify what they believe, and they can be stimulated to think about ultimate questions the very language we speak uses classifications derived from philosophy every institution of society is based on philosophic ideas THE MISSION OF EDUCATION "Instruction" Madrid, 1882 "education elevates the country to the highest seat of the immortal dazzling glory" "education is the greatest benefactor of human beings" "through it, the arts and sciences, which crown men with honor are born" "it domesticates barbarous nations and make champions of savages" "it is the fountain of crystalline virtue which elevates mortal beings to the height of the gods" "through education, the human breast is inflamed with the love of the good and the noble which are the balsam of life" "education offers the country immortal splendor and lustre" AIM OF EDUCATION is the development of people's mentality education aims at the making of every citizen a professional man education aims at the making of every citizen a professional man but the real aim of education is not in QUANTITY but in QUALITY lawyers may be plenty doctors may abound in number trouble insult the FIRST MISSION OF EDUCATION is to open the possibility of the future to those creatures most commendable effect of education enable the individual to see many things in a wider perspective education aims at the development of self consciousness of the individual as well as the consciousness that he is part of a greater whole "The school is the foundation of society, the school is the book in which is read the future of the people. Show us the school of the people and we will tell you what kind of people they are." speaking of
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT prerequisite of any social progress EDUCATING
THE EDUCATORS failure or success the lack of financial aid is the very great obstacle to the realization of any educational program the lack of inducement or stimulus to make the children study makes a second great obstacle ROLE OF MOTIVATION IN EDUCATION b o r e d o m study for study's sake is ideal MORE PRACTICAL THAN IDEALISTIC mere idealism
will FAIL the home is recognized as a great social force in the education of a people the centers of learning are of course the greatest factor in education the home can best serve the interest of enlightenment if the parents would help in the molding of the mentality of the children towards social progress fanatics without a shades of a real thinker aim producing a well-balanced mentality progress the school includes the atmosphere in it. A very fine building with an intolerable atmosphere is not conducive to learning the school does not become a place of pain and torment intellectual recreation THE EDUCATORS moral
responsibility good teacher honorable
personality word of mouth and by examples of deeds in conclusion under such pitiful condition of education, poor mentality becomes the result. the education institution is not just an intellectual recreation but a place of diversion "HE WHO GIVES HIS GOLD AND LIFE TO THE STATE HAS THE RIGHT TO DEMAND THAT IT SHOULD GIVE HIM LIGHT IN ORDER TO GAIN BETTER HIS GOLD AND CONSERVE BEST HIS LIFE."
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