​Module 4: Asian Philosophy- Confucianism

This week’s topic on Confucianism brought back so many memories most especially when I was still in junior high school when Asian History was served to us for the whole year. At that time, Confucius is part of the topic as one of the most influential Asian philosophers during his time. Yes, I can still…

Module 3: Educational Philosophies

For our module 3, Essentialism, Perennialism, Progressivism, and Social Reconstructionism was tacked. I have learned the influences and expressions of these philosophies in our society. I have also learned the educational implications in each of these philosophies in our school system and in this journal, I will be sharing my insights in each one of…

Module 1 : Introduction to Philosophy of Education

Philosophy if literally translated means “love of wisdom”. As defined further by Parkay (2013) that “Philosophy is concerned with the basic truths about being, knowledge, and conduct”.  With this being said, if philosophy’s main concern is about the answers to the fundamentals truths of life then I have to say that this idea is very…

EDS 101: First Ejournal Entry

It is nice to be back for my second term in PTC.  As expected my first term as an online learner in UPOU was filled with fun and learning discussions with my fellow learners. Likewise, I am more than ever thrilled that my second term in this course will give that same amount of enthusiasm and love…