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Plato's Philosophies and His Contributions to Education

Plato's philosophies on education
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Ashlynn Anderson

on 29 January 2013

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Transcript of Plato's Philosophies and His Contributions to Education

Plato's Philosophies and Contributions to Education He also believed in equal education for all, whether male or female Plato believed that the state should provide the schooling, not the parents. Plato's Curriculum Gymnasium Music which included history and drama and other subjects Three different levels of education 1. Elementary School
2. Military Training
3. Higher Education Boys and girls are taught together until age 18. They learn about music, poetry, literature, and math. Military Training Elementary Education Two years of military training
The best of the class are selected for higher education because they are the ones who will become the Guardians. Higher Education Given to the future Guardians and Leaders
20-35 yrs of age
Studies include math, literature, and philosophy
Then, if going into leadership, they would be given a minor administrative position to gain experience for the future. Plato also had a philosophy about stories people tell their children. They could be fictional, but they had to teach children strong, moral values. And the person doing bad things could not be talked about in the first person.
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