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Perennialism: Overiew & Practical teaching Examples

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Perennialism: Overview & Practical Teaching Examples

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Perennialism (Carillo&Macabulit)

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PERENNIALISM in Education - Philosophical Foundations of Education

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This video presents perennialism as one of the important philosophical foundations of education.

The perennialist does not believe in change. Thus, the perennialist wants to teach the basics in education over and over again, even in the next 20 years or so. For the perennialist, this is how both teachers and students attained mastery of the subject matter.

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Progressivism: Overview & Practical Teaching Examples

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EDU101 - Foundations of Education
Lecture: Philosophies of Education
Topic025: Perenialism

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A Look at Perennialism

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5 Educational Philosophies

In this video leading proponents of 5 major educational philosophies -- essentialism, perennialism, progressivism, social reconstructivism, and existentialism -- describe their theories of education. This was a project of Dan Krutka's pre-service teachers in our Summer 2016 Schools & Society course at Texas Woman's University.

Transcript for the 5 Educational Philosophies:

Pilosopiya ng Edukasyon (Tagalog Explanation)

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What is Perennialism?

A description of Perennialism, or the idea that each religion is a different path to the same ultimate reality.

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Essentialism

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What is EDUCATIONAL PERENNIALISM? What does EDUCATIONAL PERENNIALISM mean?

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Educational perennialism is a normative educational philosophy. Perennialists believe that one should teach the things that are of everlasting pertinence to all people everywhere, and that the emphasis should be on principles, not facts. Since people are human, one should teach first about humans, rather than machines or techniques and liberal rather than vocational topics.
Although perennialism may appear similar to essentialism, perennialism focuses first on personal development, while essentialism focuses first on essential skills. Essentialist curricula thus tend to be much more vocational and fact-based, and far less liberal and principle-based. Both philosophies are typically considered to be teacher-centered, as opposed to student-centered philosophies of education such as progressivism. However, since the teachers associated with perennialism are in a sense the authors of the Western masterpieces themselves, these teachers may be open to student criticism through the associated Socratic method, which, if carried out as true dialogue, is a balance between students, including the teacher promoting the discussion.

The word perennial in secular perennialism suggests something that lasts an indefinitely long time, recurs again and again, or is self-renewing. As promoted primarily by Robert Hutchins and Mortimer Adler, a universal curriculum based upon the common and essential nature of all human beings is recommended. This form of perennialism comprises the humanist and scientific traditions. Hutchins and Adler implemented these ideas with great success at the University of Chicago, where they still strongly influence the curriculum in the form of the undergraduate Common Core. Other notable figures in the movement include Stringfellow Barr and Scott Buchanan (who together initiated the Great Books program at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland), Mark Van Doren, Alexander Meiklejohn, and Sir Richard Livingstone, an English classicist with an American following.

Secular perennialists espouse the idea that education should focus on the historical development of a continually developing common oriented base of human knowledge and art, the timeless value of classic thought on central human issues by landmark thinkers, and revolutionary ideas critical to historical paradigm shifts or changes in world view. A program of studies which is highly general, nonspecialized, and nonvocational is advocated. They firmly believe that exposure of all citizens to the development of thought by those most responsible for the evolution of the occidental oriented tradition is integral to the survival of the freedoms, human rights and responsibilities inherent to a true Democracy.

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in this video we can see the connection of the theory and the real word of the students.
Focus to on past and permanent studies. (Hutchins)
Goal: To educate the rational person.
Role: teacher helps the student to think rationally.
Oral exposition.

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