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ED101 Philosophies

Terms from Mod 3 in TR ED101

Perennialism Values the teaching of constant, foundational knowledge of Western Civilization, such as the "classics", Greek philosophy, fine art and literature. Mortimer Adler
Essentialism Values the teaching of practical, essential knowledge and skills to be a productive citizen, such as reading, writing, and arithmetic. E. D. Hirsch, Jr.
Progressivism Values the teaching of strategies for inquiry and self-directed learning; Students' interests direct the learning activities. John Dewey
Existentialism Values the facilitation of self-exploration, self-determinism, and personal decision making. Jean-Paul Sartre
Social Reconstructivism Values the facilitation of critical thinking and social reform, while rejecting authority and dominance by oppressors. Paolo Friere
Created by: ProfMahoney