If we are to reach the optimal level of effectiveness with regard to our student’s learning, the environment in which they gather information should be left up to the student themselves. Mario D’Souza is a member of the Congregation of St Basil and Basilian Fathers Chair in Religion and Education in the Faculty of Theology at University of St Michael’s College, University of Toronto. But it will be even better if all the above philosophy can be mutually complement.
As such, analysis as it will be elaborated on functions later, it is at the heart of philosophy. This phrase warrants philosophy to be related to every discipline of study as specializations of philosophy within itself, ceasing to be pure philosophy. The PESGB is committed to supporting and promoting philosophy of education in a climate of inclusion, tolerance and respect for diversity.
No one kind of premise is always necessary in (2) in every educational context. In turn, this call for every expert to develop his/her own working philosophy with philosophical assumptions to guide actions in that field specifically teaching. All students are required to submit either: a dissertation of 18,000-20,000 words in philosophy of education (60 credits) or a report of about 10,000 words plus a further 30-credits module approved by programme leader.
The Philosophy of Education Seminars are directed towards the theoretical reflections of pedagogical and learning processes with regard to philosophical positions and contemporary controversies (education politics and reforms, didactics, cultural and societal developments, historical criticisms).
Critically, despite being the pure scientists’ description, this definition covers only one type of source of knowledge obtained from empirical paradigm; but falls short of not including whole issues covered by other social fields like history and philosophy.