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Dec 26, 2018 · Abstract: This study sought to examine the bond between existentialism and Education. Two objectives, namely: To examine key concepts of Existentialism and their Educational referents, and to investigate educational implications of existentialism, informed the sub areas under investigation.
Existentialism in Education. The existentialist ideal for education is an individualistic philosophy. Each learner brings their own experience of the world forward when presented with content; this should not be wiped away in favor of an educational uniformity. Concepts taught in the classroom and in life ought to be interpreted subjectively.
existentialism, informed the sub areas under investigation. Using Philosophical analysis the paper investigates the key principles of Existentialism like Anguish, Freedom and Responsibility, and proceeds to attempt to find the place of Existentialism in the aims of education, curriculum, roles of the teacher and the learner, learning ...
Dec 01, 2020 · Existentialists want that education helps a man to be a complete man in his natural environment. For the development of complete man, freedom is the essential requirement. Freedom is given to a man with a view to realizing his self and understanding his “being”. was identified as a prominent person of existentialism .
The main implication of approaching teaching through an existentialist lens is that the individual student becomes the focus rather than a set curriculum or specific achievement goals.
Nov 29, 2020 · According to existentialists, a good education emphasizes individuality. The first step in any education then is to understand ourselves. Making existential methods in the classroom requires a balance in which both teachers and learners as human beings preserve its identity.
the combination of existentialism and education presented in this book is seen as a variant of hermeneutic pedagogy. I hope that this focus on understanding itself becomes understandable in this text. - Ralf Koerrenz
Existentialism in Education: what it Means. Van Cleve Morris. Harper & Row, 1966 - Education - 163 pages. 0 Reviews. This book addresses & focuses on the individual/personal self & can be used to supplement different approaches of teaching & learning. More ».
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Existentialism* has affected western education, maybe more than other regions of the world. Protestant liberalism** declares that the individual is to pursue their own path to truth/God and not be dictated to by a man-made orthodoxy and power stru...