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PHILOSOPHY/THEORY/STUD

Y
Theory
of
Moral
Development
Idealism
Pragmatism

PHILOSOPHER/PROPONENT

KEYWORDS/DEFINITIION

Lawrence Kohlberg
Immanuel Kant, Plato
John Dewey, Charles
Peirce, William James

Perennialism

Social Learning Theory


(observation/modeling)

Albert Bandura

Classic Conditioning

Ivan Pavlov

Operant Conditioning

B.F. Skinner

Psycho-social Theory

Erik Erikson

Humanistic Theory

Abraham Maslow

Information Theory

Richard Atkinson
and Richard Shiffrin

Multiple Intelligence

Howard Gardner

Field Theory

Kurt Lewin

Ecological System Theory /


Environmental Contexts

Urie Brofenbrenner

Learning Style Theory

David Kolb

Social Constructivism

Lev Vygotsky

Discovery Learning Theory

Jerome Brunner

Insight Learning

Wolfgang Kohler

Cognitive Theory

Piaget

Psychosexual theory
SCHEMA THEORY
Connectionist Theory
(Law of Effect, Law
Exercise
and
Law
readiness)
Emotional
Theory
Behaviorism

Sigmund Freud
DAVIF ANSUBEL
Edward Thorndike
of
of

Intelligence

Daniel Goleman
John B. Watson

Change is permanent
Practice
Ideas and theories are
results of practice
Classical
definitions/God/Doctrine
Great
Books/Humanities/Literatu
re
Education is Constant
Focuses on studying the
classics. Knowledge, truth,
and education is constant

IQ Test

Alfred Binet

Reconstructionism

Paulo freire

Traditionalism
Liberalism
Social Contract Theory
Realism
Psychomotor Learning
Linguistics
Kindergarten
Progressivism

Social/Environment,
offshoot of pragmatism,
encourages
the
application of knowledge
to
help
reform
or
improved society
instruction
focuses
on
significant socio economic
problems.

Rene guenon
John Locke
Jean Jacques Roussea
Aristotle
E.J. Simpson
Noam Chomsky
Friedrich Froebel

Essentialism

Existentialism

Student-centered
Non-graded
Teacher as facilitator of
learning
Cooperation rather than
competition
Permissive, democratic
Back
to
basics
(reading/writing)
Teacher as authority
Learning is hardwork
Teacher-centered, contentbased
Center on the individual
(child-centered)
Uniqueness of individuals
Students choices
Application
of
varied
activities
to
meet
students needs

Additional Info:
Modern Philosophies - Pragmatism/Experimentalism/Instrumentalism/Functionalism
Learning by doing, experience is the best teacher, reality is always changing,knowing
results from experiencing
EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS - instruction focuses on Problem solving using scientific
method, direct experience and hands on training.

What to Bring on Examination Day

Notice of Admission
Application Stub

PRC Official Receipt


Two or more pencils (No. 2)
Ballpens with BLACK INK ONLY
One (1) piece Metered-Stamp Window Envelope (kung wala pa, bumili sa proctor, 21
pesoses lang)
One (1) piece Long Brown Envelope
One (1) piece Long Transparent (non -colored) Plastic Envelope (to keep above items)
What to Wear on Examination Day
MALE - school uniform/white polo shirt or T-shirt (tucked-in)
FEMALE school uniform/white blouse or T-shirt