AED 200. Checkpoint Educational Philosophies. Week 5. Day 5

AED 200. Checkpoint Educational Philosophies. Week 5. Day 5...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Fill in the table below by classifying each philosophy as either teacher-centered or student- centered authority. Next, identify the main characteristics of that philosophy. (The first one is completed for you as an example.) Once you have completed the table, answer the questions below. Educational Philosophies Table Philosophy Teacher- or Student-Centered Authority Characteristics Perennialism Teacher-centered Knowledge is enduring, seeks everlasting truths, views principles of existence as constant or unchanging, values the ability to reason, associated with idealism Progressivism Student-Centered Knowledge is ideas tested by experimentation and learning is questions by learners, the use of scientific method, how to think and flexibility, organized freedom of teaching and learning, associated with pragmatism (Axia College, 2005). Reconstructionism Student-Centered Knowledge is analyzing, exploring, and developing for a better world, the use of social
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