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Steen, Julie A. – Journal of Social Work Education, 2018
Although the human rights philosophy has relevance for many segments of the social work curriculum, the latest version of accreditation standards only includes a few behaviors specific to human rights. This deficit can be remedied by incorporating innovations found in the social work literature, which provides a wealth of material for…
Descriptors: Social Work, Civil Rights, Social Environment, Counselor Training
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Steen, Julie A.; Mann, Mary; Gryglewicz, Kim – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2016
In response to the rising importance of human rights, social work student attitudes toward human rights and the effect of human rights course content on these attitudes were assessed. Descriptive results from a sample of 77 students pointed to a few areas of low support for the human rights philosophy, specifically rights related to mental…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Philosophy, Course Content, Student Attitudes
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Godbold, Rosemary; Lees, Amanda; Reay, Stephen – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2019
Student-led design projects undertaken within healthcare settings raise considerable ethical challenges, primarily resulting from collaboration with service users. This article emerged out of the experiences of design from a New Zealand university undertaking real world projects in acute health care contexts. A human-centred approach to design is…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Design, Ethics, Health Services
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Savin-Baden, M.; Falconer, L. – Interactive Learning Environments, 2016
Virtual worlds are relatively recent developments, and so it is tempting to believe that they need to be understood through newly developed theories and philosophies. However, humans have long thought about the nature of reality and what it means to be "real." This paper examines the three persistent philosophical concepts of Metaxis,…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Correlation, Questionnaires, Simulated Environment
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Hirsch, Miriam – Schools: Studies in Education, 2016
This reflective essay examines educator preparation through the lens of Paul Kalanithi's poignant memoir "When Breath Becomes Air." Based on her work with preservice teacher candidates, the author questions the meaning of teacher preparation in our uncertain educational landscape. Drawing on the lessons of Maxine Greene and John Dewey…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Education Majors, Personal Narratives
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Bolat, Yavuz; Bas, Muhammed – World Journal of Education, 2018
While philosophy has confronted us as a concept that has taken place in every age of the thinking adventure of the humankind, philosophical considerations have been influential on all elements of human creation. One of these influence areas is education studies. Education has been influenced by the philosophy of education, which has occurred more…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Preservice Teachers, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs
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Goulah, Jason – Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 2012
This article focuses in two ways on Daisaku Ikeda (b. 1928) and language and culture education. First, the author excerpts Ikeda's translated and lesser-known Japanese speeches to explicate his view of world language learning and cultural exchange as curricular components of a broader educational philosophy for becoming "fully human." Second, the…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Humanistic Education, Global Approach, Second Language Learning
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Dahlstrom, Daniel O. – Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 2015
The purpose of this paper is to consider some reasons why philosophy, in its current highly pluralist state, can be a valuable means of creating, with the help of divine grace, an opening for faith. My paper begins with (1) the challenging conceptual diversity that besets the very idea of Catholic higher education, i.e., the theme of this issue of…
Descriptors: Religion, Philosophy, Spiritual Development, Ideology
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Günes, Gökhan; Bati, Kaan; Katranci, Mehmet – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2017
Epistemology is the branch of philosophy that investigates human knowledge, in particular its source, nature, limitations, system, and accuracy. The most critical issues in epistemology are considered to be belief in the nature of knowledge and belief in the nature of knowing. Since epistemology involves the structuring processes of knowledge, it…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Cognitive Style, Preservice Teachers, Statistical Analysis
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Gearon, Liam – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2018
This article argues that Wells' science fiction and subsequent political engagements are a continuum expressed by an imperative: that human history is held 'between education and catastrophe'. The life and work of a politically unfashionable but still popular writer of science fiction are also a masterclass in establishing the critical importance…
Descriptors: Science Fiction, Educational Philosophy, Political Attitudes, Archives
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Mustola, Marleena – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2019
The hierarchical human-centric paradigm has been criticized by various movements of posthuman philosophy because this paradigm forgets and dismisses nonhuman beings and entities: animals, nature, objects, and technology. When I developed a course called 'Education and Adaptations of Animal Studies' for university students in 2015, I learned two…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, College Students, Animals, Ethics
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Piper, Benjamin – International Review of Education, 2016
"Ubuntu" is an African philosophy of human kindness; applying it in the Global South would fundamentally alter the design of the education sector. This essay argues, however, that the field of international educational development is not, in fact, structured to support an education influenced by "ubuntu" ideals. Specifically,…
Descriptors: International Education, Educational Philosophy, African Culture, Educational Change
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Toonders, Winnie; Verhoeff, Roald P.; Zwart, Hub – Science & Education, 2016
Drama is a relatively unexplored tool in academic science education. This paper addresses in what way the use of drama may allow science students to deepen their understanding of recent developments in the emerging and controversial field of neuro-enhancement, by means of a case study approach. First, we emphasise the congruency between drama and…
Descriptors: Drama, Questionnaires, Qualitative Research, Philosophy
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Shuibat, Mohammad; Abu Samra, Mahmoud; Shuibat, Nida – World Journal of Education, 2015
This paper presents a historical background of the Palestinian education. It outlines a theoretical basis for the development of Human Rights Regimes. The paper tackles the views of some philosophers like Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau and Kant who laid down the foundations for the development of Human Rights Regimes. The paper illustrates that Human…
Descriptors: Role of Education, Civil Rights, Universities, Foreign Countries
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Szasz, Maria – Honors in Practice, 2017
Since spring 2012, the author has taught a 300-level Theatre and Human Rights class in the University of New Mexico Honors College. One of the centerpieces of honors education is careful research and thorough analysis of what is taught and why it is taught. In creating the honors class Theatre and Human Rights, the author explored how she would…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Honors Curriculum, Civil Rights, Teaching Methods
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