Catholic Philosophy of Education:
Catholic Philosophy holds that the teacher is following the example of the greatest teacher Jesus Christ. A Catholic teacher should be compassionate, friendly, and understanding; one who takes every learner as his responsibility and considers his teaching job as a Vocation, a calling, a Mission. This Mission is the total development of every person as a Human Being; as a Man, not only of knowledge, but also of wisdom, skills, attitudes and concern for the common good.
A Catholic teacher respects every person as a unique creation of God, distinct in physical, emotional, intellectual and cultural ...
A brief presentation of a catholic philosophy as a personal philosophy of education. It includes some expectations on teaching and learning English for students who speak other languages, and a justification for Bilingualism.
Teacher's philosophies and the impotance of personal philosophy education are explained
1- What would you observe in a classroom in which the teacher's philosophy was primarily Reconstructionism? Progressivism? Essentialism? Perennialism? Existentialism? (Please give specific examples)
2- Why is it important to have a personal philosophy of education?View Full Posting Details