The Six Facets Of The Philosophy Of Education

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Philosophy of Education Patrick Lewis Arkansas State University Abstract The philosophy of education can be said to pertain to several different facets. For a teacher to have an understanding of philosophy of education the teacher must show professionalism, diversity, knowledge in their curriculum, classroom management, teaching models, and assessment. These facets of the philosophy of education are expand in the continued reading. The Philosophy of education can be said to have several facets of thinking. I believe the philosophy of education should be about professionalism, diversity, Curriculum, Classroom management, teaching models, and assessment. These six facets are very import to help provide and effective teacher and learning environment. Some of today’s teachers have lost sight of the total picture of the philosophy of education so that they can teach towards state exams and lose sight of their students. Teachers need to teach more towards the whole education of each student; so that the…show more content…
The teacher should use different teaching strategies to help education students on diversity and to show there is all sorts of different people out in the world. The teacher must show cultural relevance in their school and classroom. To show the students that you are engaged and even more so get the students engaged the teacher should relate topics to current events. A teacher could have a special needs student in the classroom to help teach diversity or put the students in random groups, learn about other countries. A special needs student could help the students be more tolerant of people and sensitive to people with problems. A teacher should get to know their students to teach them better and to know where that student is coming from to help avoid moments of diversity

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