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Hannah Darphin EDCI 2030-3 September 15, 2010 Educational Philosophies Power Point Homework 1. Suppose that you are a student who must choose one of the 5 schools to attend. Each reflects one of the 5 major philosophies. Which would you chose and why? Which school would you choose to work in as a teacher? Why? a. As a student I would prefer to go to a school with a progressive philosophy on education. Progressivism takes into account the different learning types: auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. I have a high auditory memory, but learn and grasp concepts better visually and kinesthetically. I have never naturally had a long attention span. I think I would be engaged more consistently in lessons if the classroom was not a routine sit and lecture environment. Using my own and my peers’ experiences to relate to more difficult subjects would help my learning. I would be more engaged in subjects because I could see first hand how concepts could be used in my life. b. As a teacher I would prefer to teach at a progressive school.
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