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The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) in Space-ABOUT EDUCATION (B)


Plato, Quotations on Education

..for the object of education is to teach us to love beauty. (Plato)

‘And once we have given our community a good start,’ I pointed out, ‘ the process will be cumulative. 1,736 more words


Philosophy of Education

The study of philosophy of education can be an exciting and challenging venture that allows people to encounter some of the great and enduring ideas of human thought. 48 more words

Academic Writing

Maria Montessori 

Maria Tecla Artemisia Montessori was an Italian physician and educator best known for the philosophy of education that bears her name, and her writing on scientific pedagogy. 8 more words


Philosophy of Education

Going through grade school you always remember the great teachers you had and the few that stick out in your experience as a student.  I would say that the most influential teacher I had was my 11th grade history teacher and my influence to pursue teaching history.  847 more words

Philosophy Of Education

Plato's view of Education presented in The Allegory of the Cave

The influence of Plato’s literature has undoubtedly been significant, with his words and ideas spanning across centuries. Plato and his student Aristotle are generally considered to be the most influential theorists on Western philosophy and tradition. 2,033 more words


Educating Leaders

The Childhood of a Leader, Brady Corbet, 2015

“You put blood on my dress. Why would you do that?”

Who among us can really chart the forces that make us into the person we are? 967 more words


Philosophy of Education cj

I believe that virtually all students can achieve at high levels if they are given quality instruction and if given adequate time.  Learning is not a creation; it is a process of realization that is accomplished by active participation of both the students and the teacher.  279 more words

Philosophy Of Education