EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
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Keywords

Educational philosophy, idealism, pragmatism, constructivism, teaching practices, curriculum development, student engagement.

How to Cite

Abdilakimova Umida Baratovna. (2024). EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY. Excellencia: International Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Education (2994-9521), 2(7), 93-95. https://doi.org/10.5281/

Abstract

Educational philosophy shapes teaching practices profoundly. This article explores key philosophical perspectives idealism, pragmatism, and constructivism and their practical applications in education. Idealism emphasizes moral and intellectual development, while pragmatism advocates for experiential learning and problem-solving. Constructivism views learning as active knowledge construction through interaction and collaboration. Understanding these philosophies helps educators align goals, curriculum, and assessments to enhance student engagement and achievement in diverse learning environments.

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