Methodological Impression of Philosophy of Education and its Influence on Curriculum and Functions on Teaching
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Methodological Impression
Analytic Philosophy
Epistemology Of Education

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Chakraborty, B., & Bera , D. S. N. (2024). Methodological Impression of Philosophy of Education and its Influence on Curriculum and Functions on Teaching. Excellencia: International Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Education (2994-9521), 2(7), 76-88. https://doi.org/10.5281/

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The philosophy of education is the branch of applied philosophy that investigates the nature of education as well as its aims and problems. It also examines the concepts and presuppositions of education theories. It is an Interdisciplinary Field, (Dworkin, Ronald, 1977), that draws inspiration from various disciplines both within and outside philosophy, like ethics, political philosophy, psychology, and sociology. Many of its theories focus specifically on education in schools but it also encompasses other forms of education. Its theories are often divided into descriptive theories, which provide a value-neutral description of what education is, and normative theories, which investigate how education should be practiced. According to Methodology, Narrative Research, a Qualitative research as all Researchers use this type of framework to understand different aspects of the human experience and how their subjects assign meaning to their experiences. Researchers use interviews to collect data from a small group of subjects, then discuss those results in the form of a narrative Methodological Impression Of Philosophy Of Education. Methodological Impression Of Philosophy Of Education And Its Influence On Curriculum And Functions On Teaching, a great variety of topics is discussed in the philosophy of education. In this paaper, studies provide a conceptual analysis of the fundamental concepts of education. Others center around the aims or purpose of education, like passing on knowledge and the development of the abilities of good reasoning, judging, and acting. An influential discussion concerning the epistemic aims of education is whether education should focus mainly on the transmission of true beliefs or rather on the abilities to reason and arrive at new knowledge. In this context, many theorists emphasize the importance of critical thinking in contrast to indoctrination. Another debate about the aims of education is whether the primary beneficiary is the student or the society to which the student belongs.

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