I. Understanding of the Philosophies
1. No, because they aim to transmit the traditional moral values and intellectual knowledge that students need to become model citizens. 2. No, the model student is the one who shows mastery of the basic skills and that one who lives by traditional moral values. 3. No, they teach subject matter even if students are not interested. They are more subject matter-oriented than student-centered. 4. No, they need long academic calendar and core requirements for mastery of basic skills. PROGRESSIVISM
1. No, they look at education as life.
3. No, they focus more on problem-solving skills.
1. No, they are more concerned with the study of the great books. If ever, they are interested in the fundamental skills it is because this skill are needed to study the great books. 2. Yes
3. No, it is geared towards general to liberal education. 4. No, like the essentialist, subject matter is foremost to the perennialist. EXISTENTIALISM
1. No, they are more concerned in helping students appreciate themselves are unique individuals who accept responsibility over their thoughts, actions and life. 2. Yes
3. No, students are given a choice.
4. Yes, to allow each student to learn at his own pace.
II. Test Your Memory
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