Pedagogical Philosophies Essays and Term Papers

  • Pedagogical Leadership

    Pedagogical Leadership To understand ‘Pedagogical Leadership’ we must first understand the term ‘pedagogy’ and its role in the classroom. So what is ‘Pedagogy?’ “Derived from the Greek word ‘paidagogos’ meaning teacher of children, the concept of pedagogy broadly refers to the ‘art and science’...

      555 Words | 3 Pages   Education, Pedagogy, Teacher, Curriculum

  • Pedagogical Knowledge

    In today’s world the pedagogical knowledge gives us many skills in the processes and practices or methods of teaching and learning and how it has to do with educational purposes, values and aims. This knowledge is involved in all issues of student learning, classroom management, lesson plan development...

      510 Words | 1 Pages   Education, Teacher, Pedagogy, Course evaluation

  • Pedagogical Practices

    Pedagogical Practices Name Institution Abstract This paper provides an insight on the effective pedagogical practices that can be used in the children learning. Some of these practices include the incorporation of ICT in early childhood education and some of effective direct instructional...

      2470 Words | 8 Pages   Child development, Developmental psychology, Piaget's theory of cognitive development, Jean Piaget

  • Pedagogical Creed

     Article 1. What Education Is I believe that education is process of learning and acquiring information. This can be through two types of learning: formal learning and self-taught learning. Formal learning should take place in institutions such as schools while self-taught learning is based...

      980 Words | 4 Pages   Teacher, Learning, Education

  • Pedagogical Rationale

    Pedagogical Rationale Meeting the needs of students from all ethnicities may prove difficult in New Zealand, where students are from all different areas of the world. But the problem that needs to be faced is the ways in which Teachers can improve successful learning for Maori students. The Principles...

      838 Words | 3 Pages  

  • The Andragogical and Pedagogical Approach to Education

    The Andragogical and Pedagogical Approach to Education According to Wikipedia, andragogy is a teaching theory (or model) developed for adult learners. The term has been used differently at times and the meaning has varied based on country of use. However, many of today’s educational professionals in...

      1565 Words | 6 Pages   Adult education, Andragogy, Education, Motivation

  • change in pedagogical practice

    The Importance of the Humanities in Pedagogical Practices Living in America, people are often under the illusion that America is a free and equal opportunity land. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. While there may be laws that claim to protect each individual’s rights and ensure equality...

      1099 Words | 4 Pages   Diversity (business)

  • The Philosophy of Philosophy

    Metaphilosophy relies on the idea that it might be productive to distinguish some general pronouncements about philosophy from philosophy itself. Contrasting with many other cultural practices, for philosophy the distinction is rather questionable, but a similar case is presented by language: when speaking in...

      1998 Words | 7 Pages   Pragmatism, Metaphysical naturalism, Empiricism, Modern philosophy

  • My First Pedagogical Experience

    My first pedagogical experience Eventually it is hard to speak about some pedagogical experience being the fourth year student. Yet studying in the pedagogical university we should have some practice, concerning the mutual interaction with the children. Personally, I had already such an opportunity...

      351 Words | 1 Pages   Teacher

  • Pedagogical-Psychological Glossary

    Pedagogical-Psychological Glossary Affective - what he refers to the feelings. Affect the impulse that excites feelings and affect them. It is considered that the linked to the deep, instinctive layers of personality that permeates the entire sphere feelingly čovjekovog behavior. Although related...

      3711 Words | 11 Pages   Social intelligence, Intelligence quotient, Perception, Personality psychology

  • Philosophy

    manygfjkfgmngcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccb scholars and other philosophers to critique his understandings and express their own viewpoints of Yahyah Ibn Adi’s philosophy on the unity and trinity of God. Emilio Platti in his article Yahya B. Adi And His Refutation Of Al-Warraq’s Treatise On The Trinity In Relation...

      1323 Words | 4 Pages   God in Christianity, Trinity, Al-Kindi, Islamic philosophy

  • Philosophy

    HINDUISM Frances Trainor Regis University OUTLINE Ultimate Reality 1. Ultimate reality in Hinduism is described as Braham. 2. The theory of Braham in Vedic sacrifices. 3. How Braham was presented in Upanishads. a. The three words used to describe Braham. Nature of Self 1. Nature...

      3269 Words | 8 Pages   Brahman, Soul, Compassion, Lie

  • Philosophies

    moral judgments or to produce a new morality: “no new principle is set forth in it, but only a new formula“. Kant’s most famous contribution to moral philosophy does in fact appear to be a formula. This is the categorical imperative, the best known version of which is “Act only on that maxim which you can...

      2735 Words | 7 Pages   Immanuel Kant, Consequentialism, Kantian ethics, Deontological ethics

  • Philosophy

    PHILOSOPHY 120 STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM THREE These are merely brief hints. You will need to study your notes and the texts in order to prepare for the exam. For Exam Three, you should be able to: Describe some of the significant developmental stages (heartbeat, brainwaves, all systems in place)...

      586 Words | 3 Pages   Abortion debate, Assisted suicide, Roe v. Wade, Euthanasia

  • philosophy

    My Philosophy of Education A child that is bless in this world has no decision on the family that he or she is born into, but have to make the best or worst situations that developed in a child upbringing good or bad. A child has to make changes by being the better person, than what they childhood...

      1397 Words | 4 Pages   Observational learning, Imitation, Adolescence, Autism

  • Philosophy

    Do we have Free Will? After I looked at the various topics I decided to address the major question of whether or not a person has free will or not in this life. I believe that a person can judge what is right and wrong and in most cases make the right decision in their everyday life .So in this paper...

      1897 Words | 4 Pages   Predestination, Original sin, Free will in theology, Fall of man

  • philosophy

    Kwangil Choi Philosophy paper#2 –Job The book of Job, is a controversial book in the Bible, and brings up many problems that philosophers debate upon. Maimonides brings up an interesting view to the table of how Job attains wisdom. Historians and philosophers argue whether the story of Job was an...

      912 Words | 2 Pages   Book of Job

  • philosophy

    “The only either/or is the choice between good and evil Freedom is the way to heaven. The only valid act is one of choice.” Soren Kierkegaard Philosophy of Kierkegaard Claimed that the authentic self was the personally chosen self, as opposed to the public or “herd” identity Emphasized subjectivity...

      1458 Words | 5 Pages   Philosophy, Existentialism, Analytic philosophy, Pragmatism

  • Philosophy

    Andraie Lewis Date: Jan. 28, 2013 Philosophy What is Philosophy? The ancient Greeks were the one’s who first approached this new way of thinking and then coined the term philosophy, which means the “love of wisdom”. ...

      273 Words | 1 Pages   Philosophy, Truth, Reason, Socrates

  • Philosophy

    Political Philosophy Q. Describe the structure and nature of South Asian Culture. With reference to modernity raise the questions and issues prominent in the South Asian Culture. Delineate examples for a strong discourse. From the beginning of time to the present day’s contemporary modern world...

      12989 Words | 32 Pages   Indian subcontinent, Antonio Gramsci, South Asia, Culture of Asia