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    ALL ABOUT PEACE EDUCATION *Dr. Ajay Kumar Attri, Lecturer; Department of Education, MLSM College ; Sundernagar; Mandi (H.P) ➢ INTRODUCTION: Education shall be directed toward the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and
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  • In what way did three philosophical movements of china shape the civilization?
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  • Relationship between philosophy & education
    1 MEANING, SCOPE & FUNCTIONS OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Unit Structure 1.0 Objectives 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Meaning of the Philosophy and Education 1.3 Concept of Philosophy of Education 1.4 Scope of Philosophy of Education 1.5 Nature of Philosophy of Education Modes of Philosophical Inquiry 1.6 Fu
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    Among the significant figures in the history of the American Educational System, few have had as much ideological and practical influence as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Horace Mann, John Dewy, and Johann Pestolazzi. Each altered the course of American education to a degree that the developm
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  • The philosophy of education with regard to african americans
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  • Philippine literature
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  • John dewey, the father of modern experiential education
    John Dewey: Philosophy of Education Introduction to John Dewey's Philosophy of Education Education is life itself. - John Dewey John Dewey (1859-1952) believed that learning was active and schooling unnecessarily long and restrictive. His idea was that children came to school to do things and
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  • Moral education
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  • Theories and education
    Theories and Education Education is important part of society. The organization and process of the educational system is associated with the common procedures of socialization. Sociologists have different observations about how society is built. There are three sociological theories to lo
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  • Special education key terms
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  • Education
    This essay I wrote presents the constitutional bases that guide the production of knowledge (as couched in language) in the classroom, as prescribed by a national, official curriculum which requires both learners, and writer-editors and mentors to acknowledge and be tolerant of "Otherness" as prese
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  • Approaching theory in adult education
    Approaching Theory in Adult Education: Humanism and Andragogy An analysis of adult learning theory serves as the springboard from which educators can begin to build a useful theoretical framework that focuses on the field of contemporary adult education. Both humanism and andragogy as
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