Educational Philosophy - Kevin Harper - Coggle Diagram
Educational Philosophy - Kevin Harper
Classroom dialogue stimulates awareness (Ornstein, 2003, p. 108).
Examples - Discussion boards, Group discussions, Peer reviews
This form of learning helps me solidify my learning through peer communication 8/10
Focuses on a subject-matter curriculum emphasizing the great ideas of the culture (Ornstein, 2003, p. 99).
This form of teaching focuses on core subjects and hammers in broad knowledge
Examples - Overview of chapters, Summaries, Main takeaways, Learning goals
This form of learning I really enjoy! It helps me get a great sense for subjects 10/10
Instruction is organized around problem-solving following the steps of the scientific method (Ornstein, 2003, p. 104).
Examples - Simple logic that inspires, Field trips, Cooking
I enjoy this learning style, but don't find it effective 6/10
Instruction that focuses on significant social and economic problems in an effort to solve them (Ornstein, 2003, pg.110).
Instruction features problem solving and group activities (Ornstein, 2003, p. 110).
A subject-matter curriculum stressing objective knowledge and values (Ornstein, 2003, p. 101).
Examples- Math equations, Anything with one answer, Facts
This learning philosophy is effective but lacks depth 5/10
Focuses on human concerns that have caused concern for centuries (Ornstein, 2003, p. 110).
Examples - Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking
Emphasizes skills and subjects that demonstrate the cultural heritage (Ornstein, 2003, p. 110).
Examples - Lecturing, Memorization, Repetition
Ornstein, A. and Daniel Levine. (2003). Foundations of education (8th ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.
My educational Philosophy
I tend to learn best with a blend of Existentialism and Idealism
Getting a overview of the subject then creating a dialog about the subject best suits my learning style