Philosophical Foundation of Education
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One his basic principles of the philosophy is ‘harmony with all things."29
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One his basic principles of the philosophy is ‘harmony with all things."
He believed that mere literacy was not education.
He argued that human society has evolved throughout history and is destined to move towards better organization of life.
German educator who was founder of the kindergarten and one of the most influential educational reformers of the 19th century.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble30sEditDelete
He believed that a child is born with a blank minds-neither good or bad.Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
He suggested that individuals learn and grow as a result of experiences and interactions with the world.Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
According to Plato, poor leadership will lead to wrong decisions.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
He is considered the father of modern education because he advocated universal education in his book The Great Didactic.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60sEditDelete
Idealism means that life has a purpose, and ideals and values are the dynamic forces that give direction to life and help it to achieve its goal.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
He regards “education as a means to achieve justice, both individual justice and social justice.”
He was the author of a philosophical and scientific system that became the framework and vehicle for both Christian Scholasticism and medieval Islamic philosophy.
Swiss-born philosopher, writer, and political theorist whose treatises and novels inspired the leaders of the French Revolution and the Romantic generation.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60sEditDelete
The proponent of "method of questioning and cross-questioning" in teaching.
He believed that philosophy should achieve practical results for the greater well-being of society.
Dewey suggested that individual learn and grow as a result of experiences and interactions with the world.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
Comenius advocated the use of visual aids in classroom teaching.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
According to Froebel, the child is the most important component of the school system.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
“Education must be based on the twin principles of Truth & Love.”Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble45sEditDelete
“Tabular rasa” or “blank slate” theory. A child is born with blank minds neither good or bad.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
The father of Western philosophy.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
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