Education

General overview of Dewey`s philosophy of education

John Dewey (1859-1952), the Father of Modern Education and Experiential Education Movement believed that that learning was active and schooling unnecessarily long and restrictive. His idea was that children came to school to do things and live in a community which gave them real, guided experiences which fostered their capacity to contribute to society. (Neill, …

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Aims of Education

As Dewey himself believed, his writings on education put his more abstract opinions to work; the heart of his philosophy, he once admitted, was expounded in “Democracy and Education. ” The primary reason for this was that Dewey’s philosophy of education embodied the paradigm of experimentalism in its most practical and concrete form. In education, …

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Educational community

Postmodernism refers to the time in history when there is a shift in the non art components. This event marked the development in three areas, namely culture, society and economy, and changes to these areas are the result of changes in the postmodern society. It has disadvantages, one of which is the idea that it …

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Higher Education

Individual methodologies can then be integrated into the whole by uncovering a shared vision and engaging in team learning. The shared vision helps collate various personal visions and align them with the overall vision and direction of the organization. An organization has to have a unifying vision and direction. Without such a vision, it degenerates …

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Reaching Special Education Ideals

The general consensus is that implementing full inclusion is not easy, requiring the collaboration and intense commitment of special education teachers and their general education counterparts. Other requirements include cross-training between the two groups, as well as for both groups to exhibit flexibility and open-mindedness. The observation is that there are organizational barriers and deep …

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Public schools

Religion is certainly a focal point in man’s lives. We find deeper purpose and meanings in the existence because of faith. We are able to overcome trial and difficulties because we believe that God or any other supreme or divine form is over us. In our daily lives, we find the truth of our religious …

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