Creating an eduational philosophy

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A Personal Philosophy : 

A Personal Philosophy Of Technology Rich Education

Your Personal Philosophy : 

Your Personal Philosophy This interactive PowerPoint has been designed to assist you in developing your own personal philosophy of education. Begin the slideshow, and read through the next information on “authoritarian” and “non-authoritarian” philosophies on the next slide. Click the link for whichever you agree most with. Continue in this manner until you reach the end of the PowerPoint. Now that you know your main philosophy, use the research links to gather more information.

Which do you believe in most? : 

Which do you believe in most? Stresses convergent thinking External locus of control Traditional teaching strategies Purpose of education is to train pupil’s minds so they can deal better wit the intellectual concepts of life Believe in mastery learning Truth and goodness are entities best understood by the person with expertise who is in authority Student’s role is to master and follow directions of those in power (high teacher control) Rigid/fixed environment that is highly organized from furniture to lessons Extreme amounts of teacher talk, direct learning Teacher is primary authority source and evaluator Stresses divergent thinking Internal locus of control & incentive Human beings are problem solvers who profit from experience Emphasizes the importance of the individual and personal awareness Teaching techniques are focused on student interactions Student interest is aroused through inquiry leading to subject content Open: Flexible classroom furniture arrangement and teaching style Equal teacher and learner control Considerably less teacher talk, more learner talk; discovery-based learning Teacher is model of participatory authority and evaluation Authoritarian Focus Non-authoritarian Focus

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Which do you believe in most?

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Which do you believe in most?

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Which do you believe in most?

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Which do you believe in most?

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Which do you believe in most?

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Which do you believe in most?

Summary Chart : 

Summary Chart Still not sure which philosophy is closest to your personal belliefs? Click here to take a self-assessment Click here to score

Websites: Educational Philosophies : 

Websites: Educational Philosophies Philosophical Perspectives in Education Philosophies of Educational PowerPoint Existentialism Idealism Realism Pragmatism

Websites: Educational Theories : 

Websites: Educational Theories Humanism Progressivism Reconstructionism Constructivism or behaviorism with learning disabilities Constructivism Constructivism Essentialism Perennialism Positivism Educational Theories

Miscellaneous : 

Miscellaneous Websites Curriculum: What Should Be Learned? About Learning

References : 

References Introduction to the Foundations of American Education by Johnson, Dupuis, Musial, Hall & Gollnick (1999, Allyn and Bacon) See Chapter summaries 9-13