AED 200. Checkpoint Personal Philosophies of Education. Week 6. Day 4

AED 200. Checkpoint Personal Philosophies of Education. Week 6. Day 4

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Personal Philosophy of Education 1 Checkpoint: Personal Philosophy of Education AED/200
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Personal Philosophy of Education 2 The instructional philosophies I will incorporate in my classroom are metaphysics – Merriam-Webster (1999) stated “study of ultimate causes and underlying nature of things” (p. 308), epistemology – the examination of questions of how and what we know (Axia College, 2005), and axiology – the theory of values, moral, ethics, and aesthetics (Dictionary, 2010). I believe having all three of these philosophies in my classroom will help my students to have an open mind for everything and everyone around them, to not be afraid question everything and to find an answer, and to find out the right, good, beauty, and harmony of everything and everyone. Between behaviorism and constructivism, I plan to incorporate both of these views into my instructional approach. I will use behaviorism to help with organization, reinforcement of good or right behavior, redirection of bad or wrong behavior, and control the stimuli to aid in
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course AED/201 201 taught by Professor Lisamariemillersellner during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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AED 200. Checkpoint Personal Philosophies of Education. Week 6. Day 4

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