R-response 2 Paideia

R-response 2 Paideia - Reading Response The Paideia...

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Reading Response “The Paideia Proposal”: Hannah Darphin October 25, 2010 Resources: Adler, Mortimer J. (1982). The Paideia Proposal: An Educational Manifesto (159- 162). New York: Collier Books. Noodings, Nel. (1983). The False Promise of the Paideia: A Critical Review of The Paideia Proposal. Journal of Thought, 18 (No. 4), 81-91. Reflective Analysis: The Paideia Proposal: An Educational Manifesto was Mortimer Adler’s liberal educational model. Mortimer’s main emphasis is on “Democracy and Education” and “The Same Course of Study for All”. To support his proposal, Mortimer referenced the ideals of two famous American Educators: John Dewey and Robert Maynard Hutchins. In the section titled Democracy and Education , Mortimer wrote, “ The two – universal suffrage and universal schooling – are inextricably bound together.” To be a democratic nation he thought the achievement of universal suffrage was not enough, but that we must also have a schooling system that is equal for all. Mortimer believes while we have made the same quantity of public schooling,
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