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    • Assessment Assignment in Philosophy 2012 2000 words for F.Long
    • Assessment Question• Explain your philosophy of education in the light of one author (or two authors) you have studied. – You might like to introduce by stating what you presumed education to be about before you thought about it or studied it. Note that this is broader than teaching and it may be the case that you had not thought about it very much. That is okay. – You might incorporate what you have learned since about teaching and learning and working in a school – You might contrast the ideal presentation of education you have found in books, lectures etc. with the real presentation in your experience – You might select an author or two depending on what you have read and explain what you found attractive about the author you are presenting and what ideas in particular you would like to agree with or disagree with and why. – You might conclude by incorporating these elements into your own philosophy in the light of your reflections on your experience and your reading.
    • Marking the project• 2000 words typed, usual conventions• Shows evidence of reading an original text• Shows integration of experience into the answer• See Handbook Criteria for marking projects, pp. 30-31