concept Concept of the National Philosophy of Education (FPK) FPN is derived from three basic lexicon, namely philosophy, education and nationality. Lexical "philosophy" comes from two Greek words, namely; FILATELI and Sophia. “Philos” means love while Sophia is defined as a policy. The definition of philosophy is seen from three directions, namely, etymology (language), terminology (the term) and practicality. Philosophers define philosophy as a perfect platform for sparking new ideas and generating a row of various fields and disciplines in the direction of human development. ED Miller in his book, Questions That Matter (1984) has stated that philosophy is an effort to think rationally and critically on various items. Sharifah Alawiah Alsagoff in his philosophy of education (1984) laid the philosophical basis of considerations and assumptions concerning the consideration of important matters. In conclusion, the philosophy of mind, or be construed as a true, rational and thoughtful generated through research in a scientific, systematic, and widely accepted. Lexical origins of "education" is the free morpheme Latin, Educare, which means "keeping or care of". The lexical definition "Philosophy of Education" is defined by Yusuf al-Qardawi (1980) as "Education covers the whole of life, including mind, heart, and the spiritual, physical, moral, and behavior. It aims to provide people living in communities that face the good and evil, sweetness and bitterness. "Clearly, the philosophy of education acts as a medium human development as a noble philosophy involves two main cakuman, the theology and science (Russell, 1946). "National" in general construed as something universal, and reverse offset by the country as a whole. FPN refers to the four branches of philosophy, namely metaphysics / ontology (theory of the incident), axiology (the theory), epistemology (theoretical knowledge) and logic.
Study definitions and reference group to produce relevant branch of the National Education Philosophy (FPK) is a reference for teachers in realizing the mission of the Ministry of Education (MOE) to develop a vibrant country Malaysia. This philosophy provides the guidance and inspiration to all educational efforts, whether in or outside educational institutions. Objectives of national philosophy of education
FPK's lexicon sets, thoughts and principles relating to education in Malaysia. These regulations incorporate user goals, policies and practices of education as a whole entity is consistent (relative or non-changing), clear and logical. For example, "... to develop the potential of individuals in a holistic and human integrated to create a balanced and harmonious in terms of ...". The combination is capable of producing all the items desired by the people of Malaysia. Second, FPK explain the dynamics of the norms of recent education act rationally and to guide and train the future of education (Ministry of Education Malaysia, 1982). For example, the line syntax "Education in Malaysia is a continuous process to...". The word "continuous" indicates that the education system does not end so alone, but progress is consistent and to prove the dynamism of the educational needs of individuals, communities and nations from time to time. Third, determine the direction of the Stakeholder Forum, the foundation and source of inspiration for all programs in the field of education. For example, "... with the purpose in educating Malaysians who are knowledgeable, skilled, noble, ...". Front free morpheme is acting as the curriculum, extra-curricular and image of teachers hoped. Variations of existing educational efforts, easily reformed and implemented to achieve the National Education Goals by reference to the Stakeholder Forum. Fourth, the Stakeholder Forum's mission is to act as a medium for realization of the Ministry of Education (MOE), which is developing a system of quality education and world-class and meet the aspirations of our country....
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