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1. Welcome remarks!

Good day everyone!Welcome to our online site.We will be using this online site every Saturday in lieu of on-ground class.Be sure to log-in every Saturday until Monday morning (11:59) for your attendance and to be able to update yourself with Saturday class. Failure to do so will mean an absence and zero for missed activity on the said day or week. Thank you and be guided accordingly.-Dr. H. Manzano

2. Idealism - September 10,2016

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: 1. Identify the methods used by the teacher in Idealism as a philosophy in education. 2. Determine the role of the teacher in disciplining the student or child. 3. Explain the merits or positive implications as well as the negative implications of Idealism in Philippine education.

3. Compare and contrast three Educational Philosophies

Do the assignment TOPIC: First three Educational Philosophies OBJECTIVES: At the end of the three chapters, the students should be able to: 1. Identify which among the three Educational Philosophies such as Idealism, Realism and Existentialism is the best to be applied in the classroom setting. 2. Make a comparison and contrast as to their: a. definition b. role of the teacher c. role of the learner/student d. advantages in its implications to education EVALUATION: Make a comparison and contrast as to their: a. definition b. role of the teacher c. role of the learner/student d. advantages in its implications to education NOTE: This activity will be written in a short coupon bond to be submitted on Monday,September, 26,2016 during our class period. For your compliance.

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