Chapter 8 - Philosophical Foundations of Education 1-25
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Which of the following educators established Summerhill School in England that emphasized learning by discovery
    answer choices
    Maxine Greene
    A. S. Neill
    Paulo Friere
    John Dewey
  • Question 2
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    Q. All the following educators were major proponents of social reconstructionism "except" 
    answer choices
    George Counts
    Maxine Greene
    Paulo Friere
    Ivan Illich
  • Question 3
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    Q. Ms. Peterson believes that teachers should promote individual learning and should teach the whole child.  She also believes that knowledge leads to self-discovery and that instruction should include alternatives and choices, and should require decision making.  Ms. Peterson is most likely a(an)
    answer choices
    perennialist
    progressivist
    existentialist
    social reconstructionist
  • Question 4
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    Q. The philosophy based on the belief that ideas are the only reliable form of reality is
    answer choices
    romanticism
    idealism
    postmodernism
    existentialism
  • Question 5
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    Q. Proponents of romanticism believe all of the following "except"
    answer choices
    the needs of the individual are more important than the needs of society
    there should be a balance of power among all people
    young children are born good, pure, and full of curosity
    children should be validated with opportunities to explore and manipulate elements of their environment
  • Question 6
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    Q. The most prominent of all the proponents of progressivism was
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    Horace Mann
    John Dewey
    Ben Franklin
    Maria Montessori
  • Question 7
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    Q. The philosophy that seeks to change society rather than just teach about it
    answer choices
    Existentialism
    Progressivism
    Essentialism
    Social Reconstructionism
  • Question 8
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    Q. Picking and choosing among the components of several philosophies to create an individual philosophy is referred to as
    answer choices
    an eclectic approach
    decision-making prerogative
    an existential approach
    a multiple-philosophy approach
  • Question 9
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    Q. Which philosophy contends that curriculum is set and unchanging
    answer choices
    Essentialism
    Existentialism
    Progressivism
    Perennialism
  • Question 10
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    Q. What enters into every decision a teacher makes
    answer choices
    curriculum standards
    teacher preparation
    philosophy
    personal integrity
  • Question 11
    30 seconds
    Q. A teacher who primarily facilitates, coaches, and encourages likely has an anchor philosophy of
    answer choices
    Progressivism
    Existentialism
    Essentialism
    Social reconstructionism
  • Question 12
    30 seconds
    Q. Which philosophy is least likely to initiate service learning
    answer choices
    Progressivism
    Existentialism
    Essentialism
    Social reconstructionism
  • Question 13
    30 seconds
    Q. Which philosophy is least likely to give students choices?
    answer choices
    Perennialism
    Existentialism
    Progressivism
    Social reconstructionism
  • Question 14
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    Q. The philosophy that grew out of a sense that those in power control those who don't have power is
    answer choices
    Oppression
    Postmodernism
    Idealism
    Marxism
  • Question 15
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    Q. The only way to know anything is through the study of the material world espoused by
    answer choices
    Materialists
    Romanticists
    Pragmatists
    Realists
  • Question 16
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    Q. Which philosophy says that education is more than preparation for life, it's life itself?
    answer choices
    Social reconstructionism
    Progressivism
    Essentialism
    Existentialism
  • Question 17
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    Q. Which of the following best defines "philosophy"?
    answer choices
    "Love of Wisdom"
    a means of answering fundamental questions
    a vibrant way of discovering and expressing ways of being active and acting
    All of the above
  • Question 18
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    Q. A teacher's philosophy of education is all of the following "except"
    answer choices
    the teacher's love of wisdom regarding teaching
    an expression of attitudes and actions every day in the classroom
    a static document that never changes
    a fluid statement that changes and grows with experience
  • Question 19
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    Q. All of the following are student-centered approaches to teaching "except"
    answer choices
    progressivism
    essentialism
    social reconstructionism
    existentialism
  • Question 20
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    Q. Which of the following approaches to teaching is considered teacher-centered?
    answer choices
    Progressivism
    Existentialism
    Perennialism
    Social reconstructionism
  • Question 21
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    Q. Which of the following describe Maria Montessori's beliefs about early childhood education?
    answer choices
    Children are capable of integrating aspects of the world around them through the use of their senses
    Children ages 9-12 are the ideal participants in her methods
    Environments should be carefully constructed to provide children only the environment that aligns with the Montessori school philosophy
    all of the above
  • Question 22
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    Q. At Carver Middle School, rules are paramount and are taken very seriously.  The curriculum focuses on a traditional core of classes, and the teachers focus heavily on standards and testing.  Which philosophy of education is being demonstrated at Carver Middle School?
    answer choices
    Social reconstructionism
    Progressivism
    Essentialism
    Existentialism
  • Question 23
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    Q. The writings of Homer, Shakespeare, Melville, and Einstein are an essential component of curriculum in which philosophy of education?
    answer choices
    Perennialism
    Progressivism
    Social reconstructionism
    Existentialism
  • Question 24
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    Q. All of the following are beliefs of progressivists "except"
    answer choices
    teachers are facilitators and coaches
    students are unique, active, and self-motivated
    the learning environment should be safe for risk-taking and it should be stimulating
    the curriculum should be unchanging with no choices or electives
  • Question 25
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    Q. All of the following are basic principles of social reconstructionism "except"
    answer choices
    teachers should instill a sense of responsibility for humanity
    students should be involved in social issues
    instruction should be self-paced
    curriculum should emphasize equity
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