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by Donald Vandenberg

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  • ISBN 0252000080
  • ISBN13 978-0252000089
  • Language English
  • Author Donald Vandenberg
  • Publisher University of Illinois Press (October 1, 1969)
  • Pages 298
  • Formats mobi doc lit mbr
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1952 kb
  • Size Fb2 1589 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 569


Serves as an admirable introduction to the philosophy of education. Educator. ill find the book most useful as an initial resource.

This book aims to reconstruct a systematic philosophy of time in the Chinese tradition

This book aims to reconstruct a systematic philosophy of time in the Chinese tradition. The methodology of this book is comparative philosophy, and the angle of the comparative study is contempora ry analytic philosophy of time. Two arguments are presented: that learning to write argumentative prose ought to be a central concern of undergraduate courses in rhetorical criticism and that a sequential approach is well suited for the realization of that goal.

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This philosophy can be applied by allowing students to learn at their own pace. This philosophy can be applied through the application of skills for learning purposes. They teach you how to learn. These types of teachers are mostly hands-off in their methods and are more concerned with student direction. How can Realism be applied to a classroom setting? This philosophy can be applied through strictly following curriculums as these philosophers believe that teaching the work of the experts is essential for experience.

Thus, I invested heavily in my teaching, organized graduate student philosophy of education meetings, made contacts across campus with members of the philosophy department, and founded a state-wide association of philosophy of education. I attended my first Far West Philosophy of Education Society conference in the fall of 1970, eager to meet colleagues from across the western states and to engage in philosophical discussion.

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Moreover, reading should be given more priority in the teaching process, because . Two students each have a different story book, of approximately the same level.

Pre-Reading: The initial levels of learning, as described in Bloom's Taxonomy, involve recognizing and comprehending features of a text.

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Philosophy of education has a long and distinguished history in the Western philosophical tradition, from Socrates’ battles with the sophists to the present day. Many of the most distinguished figures in that tradition incorporated. Many of the most distinguished figures in that tradition incorporated educational concerns into their broader philosophical agendas (Curren 2000, 2018; Rorty 1998). An example here is the behaviorist psychologist . Skinner, the central figure in the development of operant conditioning and programmed learning, who in works such as Walden Two (1948) and Beyond Freedom and Dignity (1972) grappled-albeit major philosophical issues that were related to his work.