Personal Education Philosophy by: Dahina A. Cayabas

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Personal Education Philosophy by: Dahina A. Cayabas

  1. 1. Our Education System
  2. 2. Individualism
  3. 3. Def init ion• Combination of the different philosophicalfoundation of Education1. Constructivism: experiential learning,experiences construct the mind2. Progressivism: activity based on child’sinterestinstruction is individualized3. Budhism: disciplined individual as seen inindependence with responsibility (nocompetition)
  4. 4. 4. Perrenialism: Teacher is a master ofknowledge,basis of minimum learning competency.5. Scholasticism: Belief of a supreme being andthe role of nature.6. Existentialism: Knowing what is good and evilso that learners can make the right choice.
  5. 5. So I say I ndividualism is:• Helping the child help himself find solutionsto the present problems, unlocking hispotentials developing an ability that he usesfor the future.• Learning to live today as a preparation fortomorrow.
  6. 6. Key principles :• I praise you because I am fearfully andwonderfully made; your works are wonderful,I know that full well. – Psalms 139:14 NIV• Man is born good. – Jean Jacques Rousseau• “The greatest sign of success for a teacher...is to be able to say, "The children are nowworking as if I did not exist."” – Montessori
  7. 7. • Not one idiot in a thousand has been entirelyrefractory to treatment, not one in a hundred has notbeen made more happy and healthy; more than thirtyper cent have been taught to conform to social andmoral law, and rendered capable of order, of goodfeeling, and of working like the third of a man; morethan forty per cent have become capable of theordinary transactions of life under friendly control,of understanding moral and social abstractions, ofworking like two-thirds of a man. — Edouard Séguin• Multiple Intelligences _ Howard gardner
  8. 8. Beliefs:• Every child is unique with potentialswaiting to unlock.• Learning should be enjoyed not aburden.• Respect of the child’s individualityis the foundation of curriculum
  9. 9. • Answers are about the past,abilities are about the future• Learning is not memorizing oldanswers and avoiding mistakes,learning is solving present problemsto qualify for bigger problems.
  10. 10. Every child is unique
  11. 11. Role of the school• Provide a prepared learningenvironment that would unlockthe child’s potentials throughachieving independence inproductive activities that giveshappiness and peace as he/sheworks.
  12. 12. ROLE OF THE TEACHER• Environment manager• Curriculum designer• Mediator of school and home
  13. 13. • Model of respect and productivework• Keen observer• Facilitator of learning
  14. 14. Big is neededtogether with academiccredentials to qualify fora teaching position.

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