I believe that education is a unique experience for any individual who enters a classroom. In order for students to benefit from what the school has to offer, I think that the teacher must fully understand the importance of their job. A teacher’s goal for his/her students is relaying the context facts to passive students. As professionals we should be entrusted to educate young minds. Teachers should provide a quality education to each individual in one’s classroom, a teacher should provide the proper material that will help students for success in life. The purpose of education is to train one for quick,resolute and effective thinking. Education is aimed to help students get to the point where they can learn on their own and gain knowledge from the classroom that will help them become successful in life. Education purpose from philosophical point of view is to teach us how to think and analyze the world around but not to tell us what to think and what to do. It aims at creating the necessary understanding for what is good and bad (education purpose.org 2007 ).Education is also evolved according to the needs of society. Behind every school and every teacher is a set of related beliefs,a philosophy of education influence what and how students are taught. A philosophy of education represents answers to questions about the purpose of schooling, a teacher’s role, and what should be taught and what methods (higered.mcgraw-hill.com 2003). The student’s role in the classroom is to be active, which means that the students should contribute to classroom discussions by not only answering the questions the teacher provide but also their peers as well. Students should feel free to ask questions or express their own ideas about a subject. Lev Vygostsky’s theory believed that children learn when adults (teachers) provide scaffolding. Vygostsky felt that children learn very little when they perform tasks that they can already do independently.Jean...
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