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  • 1. IDEALISM INEDUCATION
  • 2. Rationale: Existence of SchoolMan can only be made man bya cultural birth. This formationcan be made possible througheducation. Education must exist becausethere is a need for a human towitness the fullness of his life.
  • 3. Rationale: Existence of School Man is a “socius”, the manmust have a social setting tobecome a man.The school serve as value-realizing institution.
  • 4. The Teacher The teacher is the key to theeducative process.The teacher sets thecharacter of the environmentin which learning takesplace.
  • 5. The Teacher Role of the teacher isto bring out what isalready in student’smind: reminiscence
  • 6. The Teacher Analyze and discussideas with students so thatstudents can move to newlevels of awareness sothat they can ultimately betransformed.
  • 7. The LearnerEvery learner is aunique person Every learner is in theprocess of becoming
  • 8. Objectives of EducationThe search for truththrough ideas…with truthcomes responsibility toenlighten others,“education istransformation: Ideas canchange lives.”
  • 9. Objectives: Individual Help individual to live rich and significant lives. Build harmonious and colorful personalities. Help other people to live superior life.
  • 10. Objectives: Society1. Communication of the type- heritage as a gift to the young generation.2. Provision for growth beyond the type- letting the youth learn on their own.3. Synthesis- embracing ideals for self and society.
  • 11. Methods of InstructionLecture from time to time, butprimary method of teaching isthe dialectic…discuss, analyze,synthesize, and apply what theyhave read to contemporarysociety.
  • 12. Methods of InstructionCurriculum give importanceto the study of the classics…many support a back to thebasics approach toeducation.