It is important for every teacher to have a personal philosophy of teacher education based on a set of values and principles. While many think of education as a way to get themselves ahead in life, there is another major aspect to it. If we live our lives and continue to create new educational aspects everyday, we are working towards making our world whole again. The practices and beliefs of peoples in other parts of the world, such as informal and oral education, offer useful insights for enhancing our own educational practices, but they are insights too rarely considered, much less implemented.
Explores some key views of Frege, Russell and Kripke on meaning and reference, and presents the current state of debate as regards truth, theories of meaning, interpretation, and contextualism within the philosophy of language. During the centuries that followed the death of Augustine the interest in another world …Read More