Draw connections to Plato�s Cave metaphor

Draw connections to Plato�s Cave metaphor - Provide...

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Provide an Integral, Quality Education 1. Promote quality education of the whole person. Teachers and student are equally responsible for constructing a sound, quality and complete education; teachers can provide the information but students have to make the effort to interpret it for themselves and ask questions to gain a better understanding. In other words, we are responsible for each other. In the cave metaphor, those who were subjected to the light are responsible for educating those who did not leave the cave. It is their job to teach the prisoners about the realities of the outside world. By doing that, they are helping the prisoners achieve a “quality education of the whole person” because they now know the origins of the shadows. 2. Provide coherent curricula; a well-formed, professional, administration, faculty and staff and adequate facilities and staff. We need to work together. If we don’t, we’re all basing our opinions and knowledge from different sources; prisoners believe in the shadows and outsiders believe in fire, light and objects. By educating
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2010 for the course EDUCATION 500 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Bowling Green.

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