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Masamichi Ueno; Kayo Fujii; Yasunori Kashiwagi – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This paper studies the theory and practice of Minna in Manabi, as the Japanese concept of learning from the perspective of moral education. The Japanese word Minna, which means "all" or "everyone," plays an important role in Manabi. The word "Minna" is often found in textbooks used in moral education classes, and…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Ethical Instruction, Asian Culture, Foreign Countries
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Naoko Saito; Tomohiro Akiyama – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
Against the prevailing outcomes-based education and the instrumentalization of education, a movement has arisen towards holistic education. This aims to go beyond objective measurement of the outcomes of education in order to treat the student as a whole person. In this paper, we shall examine some strands of education in Japan which in some way…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Holistic Approach, Educational Anthropology, Outcomes of Education
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Shigeki Izawa – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
Inequality and injustice in education have been viewed from the perspective of social justice. Since the emergence of John Rawls's "A Theory of Justice," social justice issues have attracted the attention of social and political philosophers. Theoretical consequences of social and political philosophy have been actively incorporated into…
Descriptors: Democracy, Classroom Techniques, Educational Philosophy, Social Justice
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Mika Okabe – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
Education about catastrophes often begins with, and at times even focuses on, passing down catastrophe memories. For this education, catastrophe memories that are unique to the survivors must be translated carefully to ensure that they can be understood by successors who may not have experienced a catastrophe themselves. This study elaborates on…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Memory, Educational Experience, Trauma
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Yasushi Maruyama; Miyuki Okamura – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This paper discusses what constitutes good teaching, taking as its cue the 'aesthetic' concept treated in everyday aesthetics and 'internal good' accounted by McIntyre. Teaching is viewed as practice, not merely as a basic action, due to its epistemological nature as everyday work. What everyday aesthetics teaches us is that even in the practice…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Educational Theories, Aesthetics, Instructional Effectiveness
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Jun Yamana – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This paper attempts to reinterpret asylum theory (1954) propounded by Ortwin Henssler (1923-2017) as a free-space theory of education, as a way of grasping the problematic nature of 'pedagogical protection.' The theoretical potential of Henssler's thought has been more appreciated, accepted, and developed in Japan than in his native Germany.…
Descriptors: Theories, Educational Theories, Educational Environment, School Space
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Fumio Ono – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
The aim of this paper is to examine the relationship between education and technological rationality from the perspective of the philosophy of education, and to show that while education is deeply related to technique, skills, or technology, it can never be reduced to technical knowledge, and that there are things in education that overflow…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Correlation, Influence of Technology, Individual Development
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Mirva Heikkilä; Andreas Eriksen – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This article provides a conceptual clarification of the complementary relationship between teachers' research literacy and their role-based agency. In many countries, teachers are increasingly expected to actively use and develop research. However, without taking account of teachers' distinct conditions of agency, this expectation may weaken…
Descriptors: Professional Autonomy, Research Skills, Action Research, Teacher Role
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Jian Li; Eryong Xue – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This study explores to conceptualize and practicalize three-dimensional interaction model of internationalization from China's higher education perspective. Applying documentary analysis, a qualitative method, and interviews, 15 international administrative staff and directors from eight sampled local universities were interviewed to present…
Descriptors: International Education, Foreign Countries, Models, Universities
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Sujin Song; Sanghyun Kim – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This study explores the educational meaning of Songdok in traditional Korean education. Songdok refers to the act of memorizing text completely while reading it aloud; however, in traditional Korean education, it used to symbolize 'learning' itself. Historically, Songdok was regarded in extreme terms: being criticized as low-level memorization or…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Role of Education, Traditionalism, Memorization
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Atli Harðarson – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
This paper has two aims. One is to draw a distinction between two types of trust. The other is to argue for its applicability in academic discourse on educational policies. One of the two types of trust is "ethical trust" that rests on beliefs about others' ethical virtues. The other is "institutional trust" that typically…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), Ethics, Reliability, Schools
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James Reveley – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
Therapeutic translations of the microbiome-gut-brain (MGB) axis are reconstructing the educational subject in a manner amenable to Foucauldian analysis. Yet, at the same time, under the sway of MGB research social scientists are taking a biosocial turn that threatens the integrity of Foucault's historicizing philosophical project. Meeting that…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Self Concept, Teaching Methods, Dietetics
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Katja Frimberger – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
In this paper, I explore German playwright Bertolt Brecht's conception of the art of acting, and his views on the new actor's conduct towards their craft, as a pedagogical model for Brechts' broader view on how we should live our lives. Drawing on his key writings -- most importantly, his famous street scene essay -- I will show that Brecht's…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Theater Arts, Drama, Authors
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Ryohei Matsushita – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2024
Although modern education is expected to solve social problems, it has brought about new problems. While theoretical critiques of education have not always been successful, with the transition to a data-driven society, education as a historical product is actually losing its efficacy. However, this does not mean that acquisition of knowledge and…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Teaching Methods, Educational Theories, Educational Change
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Li, Jian; Xue, Eryong – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2023
This study aims to unpack policy evaluation and measurement of creating world-class universities in China from an integrated policy analysis. Specifically, an integrated policy analysis of policy evaluation of creating world-class universities concentrated on exploring the world class evaluation index released by the university rankings…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Policy Analysis, College Administration, Universities
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