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01. Philosophy - 1 of 14 Philosophical Foundations 2 of 14...

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Philosophical Foundations 1 of 14
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All Teachers have a Philosophy of  Education For some it is systematic and conscious For most it is unstated and erratic 2 of 14
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The Value of an Intentional  Philosophy Understanding why responses differ Gaining control over responses and  styles Increasing consistency of response 3 of 14
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Branches of Philosophy Metaphysics:  What is real? Epistemology:  What is truth? Axiology:  What is value? Logic:  How to think clearly 4 of 14
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Four Different Philosophies Their impact on educational practice 5 of 14
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Perennialism Nature is constant Human nature is constant Intellect distinguishes man from beast Intellect discovers truth: constant and  changeless Learn from the great ideas of the past 6 of 14
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Progressivism Nature is ever changing Learn from problem-solving Education begins with the student Schools should be democratic 7 of 14
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