Τετάρτη, 24 Οκτωβρίου 2012

How can Philosophical discussions help in a motivational way in classrooms both Teachers and Students?

It is often said that lessons and classrooms look like cages or even worse prisons.
Students may feel tortured and teachers equally!!!!Why is that?Because obviously something is missing....
And what could that be?Have we ever thought about dealing with our tutorial subject from the perspective of philosophising?ie from the perspective of discussing it through not only the theoretical basis BUT also from the view of a more either alligorical approach or by giving examples taken from the everyday life.
That requires the inner spiritual and philosophical evolution and observing of the trainer towards their students.and Philosophy is indeed a basic help  on both.And what we gain afterwards?Of course the positive attitude not only in the class but in life in general.And this is a matter of great importance in the field of Pedagogy.
Beeing positive and keeping a positive in every hard situation in life is indeed a sign of a mind that can trully philosophise life and has adopted quite well the skill of adaptability.
Adaptability comes when we have ballanced our mind by thinking
 not in a notious way but with facts and free from the deamons of the past.Philosophy can help us transform such deamons in motives for trying again and achieving the right results and neither in negligence nor in negativity of acting.
Classroom is Not a prison !!!
 

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