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’...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Philosophy

    The impact of Mexican immigration on the United Sates “Immigration is beneficial for the United States and for countries throughout the world. It is no coincidence that two hundred years ago, our nations’ founders chose E Pluribus Unum---out of many, one--- as America’s motto. These words, chosen by...

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  • Philosophy

    DNCE131: Exam 1 Study Guide FALL 2013: Professor Flickinger 1. Copeland and Cohen. “What is Dance?” pg 1 -Understand the three basic art theories being discussed -Aristotle is responsible for what part of Western Storytelling/Narrative -Focus on the arguments of Martin, Levinson, Goodman, & Sparshott ...

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  • Philosophy

    Jina Kim ECD 101 September 24, 2012 Philosophy My personal philosophy is: to instill good morals and values in all children; respect all children and their families’ cultures, ethnicities, race, beliefs, and structure; and to treat each child fairly to ensure that all children feel equally special...

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  • Philosophy

     What is the point of life, if in the end we die? How can we know what religion is the true religion? What is choice? If we have our own destinys what is the point for choice? These are questions I ask myself ever so often. Why do we have a drive to be rich or physically fit when at the end of it...

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  • Philosophy

    Western philosophical thought. I chose to write about Socrates as my favorite philosopher because of his way of thinking, more specifically, his philosophy in life and his logical way of thinking about it. Despite his eccentricity, his greatness left a great legacy. He taught us about reasoned argument...

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  • PHILOSOPHY

    Socrates was a Greek philosopher, who is often considered to be the father of Western philosophy, and a key figure in the development of Western civilisation. "The unexamined life is not worth living for a human being." Socrates - Republic 38c He left no actual writing so impressions of Socrates...

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  • Philosophy

    that the ‘unexamined life’ was valueless and leaves the viewpoint open that some positive value exists in any life however unreflective it may be. Philosophy helps us to examine our lives and Socrates’ statement about the unexamined life does seem to imply that the wise philosopher left us to draw our...

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  • Philosophies

    British Architect Norman Foster * Graduated from Manchester University of Architecture and City Planning and in Architecture from Yale University. *  Foster is the founder and chairman of Foster + Partners – a worldwide architectural practice, with project offices in more than twenty countries...

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  • Philosophy

    Personally, it makes me feel good as adperson to help other people; so I feel inclined to believe it is part of the human condition. I think Mill’s philosophy would promote a larger (and happy) middle class which is important for societies to survive. The no harm principle leads me to believe that there...

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  • Philosophy

    Bibliography de Mause, Lloyd. (1974) The History of Childhood. London: Souvenir Press Matthews, Gareth. (1994) ‘Children's Rights', in Matthews, The Philosophy of Childhood: Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. Rousseau, J.J. (1979; 1761) Émile: or on Education. New York: Basic Books Sommerville...

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