| School of thought
| Influenced by
| Opinion due to materialism and pragmatism.
| Idealism and realism
| Naturalism and pragmatism
| Educational philosophy
| Based on Rousseaus’s naturalism and humanism.
| * R. M. Hutching * Mortimer J. Alder * Jacques Maritain
| * William C. Bagley * Thomas Briggs * Frederick Breed * Isac L. Kandel
| Naturalism * Jean J. Rousseau * Heinrich Pestalozzi * Freidrich FroebelPragmatism * John Dewey * William H. Kilpatrik * Boyd H. Bode * Harold V. Rugg
| * George S. Counts * Harold O. Rugg
| * Carl Rogers
| Emphasize the development of rationality of individuals.
| Reformation and innovation school curriculum.
| Stress that learning outcome of a person was influenced by surrounding.
| Emphasize on discussion technique and use critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems.
| Emphasize on the development of human qualities.
| Aim of Education
| * To discipline students mentally and spiritually, develop their potential in reasoning. * To foster moral behaviour, master learning materials, train students to master the 3R’s (reading, writing, arithmetic)
| Teachers play a primary role. * To assist pupils to acquire the necessary skills and basic qualities of adulthood. * To adopt democratic leadership style, carry out their duties in teaching enthusiastically, create conducive atmosphere in teaching-learning activities. * Possess adequate academic qualification, emotional intelligence, and understand the psychological development of children and adolescence
| Naturalism : * Environment influence the child’s future behaviour. * In order to produce well- rounded, self- reliant, free thinking citizens, the school authority should implement an education system based on the philosophy of...
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