Philosophy of Education
Reflection #3: A.S. Neill Summerhill School
February 16, 2016
Concordia University 2016
A.S. Neills ideology is fairly simple. If you treat children with respect and let
Author: Morris, R. W.
Title: Cultivating Reflection and Understanding : Foundations
and Orientations of Qubecs Ethics and Religious Culture Program.
1. In 2008, the Qubecs government has imposed a new subject to all the el
1) Quebec Education Program: Secondary School Education, Chapters 1, 2, 3
2) Author: A. G. Gutek Title: Philosophical and Ideological Perspectives on Education
1.The QEP focuses not only on giving an intellectual instruct
Authors: Forni, P. M.
Date : 10/10/2013
Titles: Choosing Civility
The Challenge to Care in Schools
Feeling Power: Emotion in Education
1. The basic qualities a civilized person is: someone who
Author: Molnar. A.
Title: School Commercialization: From Democratic to Market
1. There are different kinds of commercialism: sponsorship of programs and activities,
exclusive agreements, incentive programs, appropriati
Authors: Praechter, C.
Titles: Mens Sana in Corpore Sano: Cartesian Dualism and the
Marginalisation of Sex Education
Linking Sexuality and Spirituality in Childhood: Beyond BodySpirit Dualism and Towards an Education
Authors: A. Kohn
Titles: What Does It Mean to Be Well Educated?
What Is Education for?
1.There is no universal definition of what it means to be well educated. From a culture to
another, from a person to another,
Date : 19/09/2013
Author: A.G Gutek Title: Philosophical and Ideological Voices in Education
1.Essentialists value the learning of basic knowledge that they consider to be essential for
the human culture. The basics of literacy,
Authors: Postman, N.
Prisoners of the Wired World
On Reflection: An essay on Technology, Education, and
the Status of Tought in the Twenty-First Century
1.When starting to use new techno