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educational philosophy that aims to educate the rational person; to cultivate the intellect.
a) Essentialism b) Perennialism c) Progressivism d) Reconstructionism
Educational Philosophy that aims to promote democratic and social living.
a) Progressivism b) Reconstructionism c) Perennialism d) Essentialism
Educational Philosophy that aims to promote the intellectual growth of the individual and educate a competent person.
a) Perennialism b) Progressivism c) Essentialism d) Reconstructionism
Educational philosophy which is concerned with the modification of students' behavior.
a) Behaviorism b) Essentialism c) Perennialism d) Reconstructionism
Educational philosophy which aims to improve and reconstruct society Education for change.
a) Behaviorism b) Essentialism c) Progressivism d) Reconstructionism
In this Educational philosophy, teachers act as agents of change and reform in various educational projects including research.
a) Behaviorism b) Essentialism c) Progressivism d) Reconstructionism
This Educational Philosophy is after the students who exhibit desirable behavior in society.
a) Behaviorism b) Progressivism c) Reconstructionism d) none of the choices
This Educational Philosophy is based on the Socratic methods of oral exposition or recitation Explicit or deliberate teaching of traditional values.
a) Behaviorism b) Progressivism c) Perennialism d) none of the choices
Teachers with this Educational Philosophy ought to arrange environmental conditions so that students can make the responses to stimuli.
a) Progressivism b) Perennialism c) Reconstructionism d) none of the choices
This Educational Philosophy helps students to think with reason.
a) Behaviorism b) Perennialism c) Reconstructionism d) none of the choices
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