A theory of philosophy that defines views about the learner, the teacher, and the school.
B. Philosophical analysis
C. Philosophy of Education
C. Based on the definition of the term philosophy of education by Dean Webb, Arlene Metha and Forbis Jordan.
According to Max Scheler’s Hierarchy of Values, _____ is the highest form of values.
A. Pleasure values
B. Vital values
C. Spiritual values
D. Values of the Holy
D. This is the highest in Max Scheler’s Hierarchy of Values.
Which of the following is an integral part of the teaching process.
A. teachers and principals
B. lesson plan
C. classroom management
C. classroom management
This principle was violated when Mrs. Judy Chan talked badly about the new school principal Dr. Heidi Yang in front of her students by telling them that Dr. Yang is incompetent yet arrogant.
A. Respect for Authority
A. Respects for authority requires the teachers to be careful with the statements he/she tells about superiors especially in front of his/her students.
One of the responsibilities of school administrators and faculty members is to communicate and cooperate harmoniously with the community. Which of the following attributes best applies to this responsibility?
C. Partnership between the school administrators, faculty and the community are the best attribute to bring about better programs and initiatives.
“Life is what you make it” exemplifies best what _____ is:
A. The philosophy of Existentialism emphasizes on subjectivity. This also affirms the ability to exercise freedom.
In line with the philosophy of Reconstructivism, which of the following should be given emphasis in teaching?
A. to seek for a better position in the society
B. to compare oneself with the less fortunate
C. to become economically self-reliant
D. to designate one’s superiority over the others
C. Reconstructivism aims to achieve social changes. This is a philosophy that entails the identification of social problems, finding solutions for this and be a part of the solution.
Which of the following is a characteristic of a Pragmatist Teacher?
A. Equipping the learners with the basic abilities and skills
B. Providing the learners with the opportunities to apply theories and principles
C. Requiring the learners the full mastery of the lessons
D. Encourage the learners to memorize factual knowledge
B. Pragmatism focuses on the things at work. What works is what works not only for himself but for the entire community.
Philippines’ Elementary Curriculum emphasizes on the development of the skills in writing, counting and reading. This manifest the great consideration given to this philosophy.
D. Essentialism is concern with the fundamental of education skill and knowledge without which a person can’t be either individually or socially efficient. This includes the basic in education which include the 4Rs or reading, writing, arithmetic and religion.
Mrs. Santos is an institution in her school. She is not only competent but also known for her integrity. One time, she finds herself in need of money to settle an honest obligation in the bank. To her surprise, Mr. Almiro, (the manager of the bank here her property was mortgaged) is the father of Juliano, her student who is a candidate for failure. The manager offers her the amount she needed. Which of the following would you think would b best action of Mrs. Santos?
A. Accept the help, after all, this is an offer and she never ask for it
B. Accepts the help but emphasize to Mr. Almiro that there is no string attached to it
C. Accepts not the help and inform her principal and the PTA board regarding this matter
D. Accepts not the help and politely explains that as a professional you are not allowed to receive any favor from the parents or relatives of the students that may lead to conflict of interest
D. Mrs. San Pedro can accept the offer since nothing is wrong with the offer. The issue is in the interest of the one who offers. This can cause conflict of interest.