EDU601 Assignment 2 Solution and Discussion


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    Philosophy of Education (EDU601)

    Assignment 2 (Spring 2019)
    Total Marks: 20
    Lesson No. 23-27 (Topic 153 to 185)

    Objective:
    To assess the students’ understanding of concepts of teaching and motivate them for implementing lesson planning practically.

    Instructions:

    • Late assignments will not be accepted.
    • If the file is corrupt or problematic, it will be marked zero.
    • Plagiarism will never be tolerated. Plagiarism occurs when a student uses work done by someone else as if it was his or her own; however, taking the ideas from different sources and expressing them in your own words will be encouraged.
    • No assignment will be accepted via e-mail.
    • The solution file should be in Word document format; the font color should be preferably black and font size should be 12 Times New Roman.

    Q1: Explain in detail the needs of education proposed by bloom? 10
    Q 2: Enumerates the various functions of philosophy of education? 10


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    Q 2: Enumerates the various functions of philosophy of education? 10

    FUNCTIONS OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
    Philosophy of education performs various functions.
    They area discussed below:
    a] Determining the aims of education
    Philosophy of education provides original ideas regarding all aspects of education particularly educational aims. It is said that educational philosophy gives different views, but this situation is not harmful, rather it helps in providing education according to the need of society. The difference in view of philosophy of education reflects the multiplicity and diversities of human life. Philosophy of education guides the process of education by suggesting suitable aims from the diversities of life and selecting the means accordingly.
    b] Harmonizing old and new traditions in the field of education-
    In the process of social development the old traditions become outdated for the people. They are replaced by the new traditions. But this process of replacement is not always smooth. It is faced with lots of opposition from certain orthodox sections of the society. At the same time it must be kept in mind that every ‘old’ is not outdated and every ‘new’ is not perfect Therefore, there is a need of co-coordinating the two in order to maintain the harmony between both. This function can be performed by philosophy of education.

    11 c] Providing the educational planners, administrators and educators with the progressive vision to achieve educational development:-
    Spencer has rightly pointed that only a true philosopher can give a practical shape to education. Philosophy of education provides the educational planners, administrators and educators with the right vision which guides them to attain the educational goals efficiently.
    d] Preparing the young generation to face the challenges of the modern time:-
    Social commentators have given many labels to the present period of history for some it is the information age and for others it is post modernity, later modernity, high modernity or even the age of uncertainty. One more addition to this list may be that 'present age is an age of Globalization as a phenomenon arrived on the economic scene in the 1990 in India. This watchword has had its implications in the social political, economic fabric of the country of which education is a part. Philosophy of education is a guiding, steering and liberating force that helps young people to and society at large to face the challenges of the modern time.

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    @zareen said in EDU601 Assignment 2 Solution and Discussion:

    Q1: Explain in detail the needs of education proposed by bloom? 10

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    In one sentence, Bloom’s Taxonomy is a hierarchical ordering of cognitive skills that can, among countless other uses, help teachers teach and students learn.

    1. The first level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is to Remember.
      Example activities at the Remembering level: memorize a poem, recall state capitals, remember math formulas

    2. The second level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is to Understand.
      Example activities at the Understanding level: organize the animal kingdom based on a given framework, illustrate the difference between a rectangle and square, summarize the plot of a simple story

    3. The third level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is to Apply.
      Example activities at the Application level: use a formula to solve a problem, select a design to meet a purpose, reconstruct the passage of a new law through a given government/system

    4. The fourth level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is to Analyze.
      Example activities at the Analysis level: identify the ‘parts of’ democracy, explain how the steps of the scientific process work together, identify why a machine isn’t working

    5. The fifth level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is to Evaluate.
      Example activities at the Evaluation level: make a judgment regarding an ethical dilemma, interpret the significance of a given law of physics, illustrate the relative value of a technological innovation in a specific setting—farming, for example.

    6. The sixth and final level of Bloom’s taxonomy is to Create.
      Example activities at the Creation level: design a new solution to an ‘old’ problem that honors/acknowledges the previous failures, delete the least useful arguments in a persuasive essay, write a poem based on a given theme and tone

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