Benjamin Franklin’s Educational Philosophy (2)

Here is my journey so far. For me, my own education, classroom teacher experiences, professional growth and life experiences have all culminated into what I can now verify is an ever-changing journey of my very own life and learning.

Thunks will trigger children to have a look at the world in a new mild, and indeed to think about all of the ‘Big Questions’ of life. If a session is dealt with effectively, they will hopefully be stimulated to analysis additional into the scientific or technical subjects on the heart of some questions and learn extra about things they may previously have taken at face value.

In New Jersey Witherspoon was influential in leading the colony -initially ambivalent about revolution- toward rebel. In early 1774 he joined the Committee of Correspondence and Security and in 1776 he was elected to the Continental Congress as a part of the New Jersey delegation. In July 1776, Witherspoon voted for the Resolution for Independence; he was the one clergyman to sign the Declaration of Independence. Apparently, this historic document has many similarities to the Declaration of Arbroath which proclaimed Scottish freedom for the first time in 1320.

Crucial pedagogy takes as a central concern the problem of power in the teaching and studying context. It focuses on how and in whose pursuits knowledge is produced and ‘passed on’ and think about the perfect goals of training as emancipator. It considers how education can provide individuals with the tools to higher themselves and strengthen democracy, to create a more egalitarian and simply society, and thus to deploy schooling in a process of progressive social change.

He began with the Yogic path though he reached high ranges of meditative consciousness, he was not happy. So he abandoned painless and realized power of the middle way; which is an important idea in Buddhist thought and follow. To seek moderation and avoid the extremes of self indulgence (Aaskyti) he left every thing. On the age of 35 he was enlightened, awakening to the true nature of actuality which is Nirvana(Absolute Fact) and finally he became the Buddha.