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Introduction to Philosophy of Education

EDUC 230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ivan Illich, Deschooling, Intelligence Quotient
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Lecture 6 Deschooling: Against the idea of formal public system of schooling Barrow argument agreeing for deschooling 1. hidden curriculum 2. institutionalization 3. learning knowledge becomes into fragments (classes...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Control, Self-Actualization, Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Final Exam Study Guide EDUC 230 School is for training, socializing, education. They are agents for change. Therefore teachers advocate for change, they cannot be politically/religiously motivated. No indoctrin...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Analytic Philosophy

EDUC 230 study guide: Term: Definition and Key Points Autonomy • When a person has freedom from external control • Self-governing • Non-...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Relativism, Ethics, Subjectivism
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find more resources at oneclass.com Philosophy of education Look into the meaning of educational concepts and logical coherence of educational arguments Schooling Train, socialize, educate - physical fitness an...

Education
EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Analytic Philosophy

Define "philosophy" as written in slide 1:Inquiry into the meaning of concepts and the logical coherence of argument. Explain the difference between a "contingent May be true contingently that ill-educated people are uncoo...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Regional Policy Of The European Union

Ch 13Research into teaching1How does teaching tie to learning Just because Im teaching you are you actually learning2What counts as doing something well1Teaching well may mean teaching by whatever morally acceptable means ...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Latin Literature, Regional Policy Of The European Union, Educational Psychology

1Educere to lead out if one is truly educated they should seek to bringlead out whats in some sense innate in the child rather than to impose various preselected attitudes and characteristics on him to train2Develop the in...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
Ch 2 what it means to be human.docx

Ch 2What is it to be human1We have the ability to use a language that allows us to do things like hypothesize imagine predict and lie1Dog owners know that the sound walk can produce a reaction1But theres no evidence to sup...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Logical Positivism

IntroductionPhil cant be taughtcan be made in 2 waysoPractice Giving a course in modern phil eg lecturesoPrecept confusing Unable to explain this method Rarely usedPhilosophizing is a skilltalk and write phil using practic...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Jargon, Firstclass

Ch 3 The concept of education1RS Peters sees education has normative implicationshas the criterion built into it that something worthwhile should be achieved1Something worthwile has been transmitted in a morally acceptable...

Education
EDUC 230
Robin Barrow
EDUC 230 Study Guide - Exercise Physiology, Shang Dynasty

Ch 1 Thinking about educationcheck out quote in the beginning of chapterostudents dont do their hw and are no longer taught subjectsoobject of school is not to transmit a body of knowledge but encourage them to love learni...

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EDUC 230
Robin Barrow

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