June 25, 2011

Philosophy of Education

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Opinion of Western Philosophers about Philosophy of Education

Philosophy of education Is applied from a general philosophy, so long discussing the philosophy of education will depart from the philosophy.
Philosophy of education is basically using the workings of philosophy and will use the results of philosophy, namely in the form of human thinking about reality, knowledge, and values.
In philosophy there are various schools / streams, such as materialism, idealism, realism, pragmatism, and others. Because philosophy of education is an applied of philosophy, a philosophy varied flow, then in any philosophy of education we will find a variety of flow, at least as much flow philosophy itself.

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  2. The differences of Western philosophies of education from Eastern educational philisophies, with the growing demand for, to some extent, a global approach in any given educational philosophy, necessitates each philosophy of education to bear in mind the expectations of a world becoming smaller, on the lines, e.g., of http://www.geocities.ws/educationalphilosophyari/ and the need for good educators with appreciation of such ways of great teachers as, e.g., in http://www.geocities.ws/greatteachersari/