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Philosophical foundations of pedagogy

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Course ID: WNP-PE-F-CW
Erasmus code / ISCED: (unknown) / (unknown)
Course title: Philosophical foundations of pedagogy
Name in Polish: Filozoficzne podstawy pedagogiki
Organizational unit: Faculty of Education
Course groups: (in Polish) ćwiczenia Filozoficzne podstawy pedagogiki
ECTS credit allocation (and other scores): 0 OR 2.00 (depends on study program) Basic information on ECTS credits allocation principles:
  • the annual hourly workload of the student’s work required to achieve the expected learning outcomes for a given stage is 1500-1800h, corresponding to 60 ECTS;
  • the student’s weekly hourly workload is 45 h;
  • 1 ECTS point corresponds to 25-30 hours of student work needed to achieve the assumed learning outcomes;
  • weekly student workload necessary to achieve the assumed learning outcomes allows to obtain 1.5 ECTS;
  • work required to pass the course, which has been assigned 3 ECTS, constitutes 10% of the semester student load.

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Language: Polish
Subject level:

elementary

Learning outcome code/codes:

NP1_W03, NP1_U03, NP1_K12

Preliminary Requirements:

classes conducted at the basic level

Short description:

The purpose of the class is to train the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, putting research questions, formulate answers and discussion. In particular, it is about getting ability to ask philosophical questions and formulate answers based on the philosophical text and to notice their importance for educational practice.

Full description:

Classes are conducted in two aspects. First, it is about introducing the student to academic work. Hence, the emphasis is placed on developing the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, pose research questions, formulate answers and conduct discussions. Secondly, it is about learning the ability to combine philosophical knowledge with educational and upbringing issues. Therefore, classes are conducted on the basis of philosophical literature, and in class discussions, attention is paid to the above-mentioned bindings. The emphasis is on anthropological issues in the context of contemporary cultural changes.

Bibliography:

1/ Adler M.J., Nauka współczesna a mądrość starożytnych; Drobne błędy na początku, w: tenże, Dziesięć błędów filozoficznych, b. r. b. m.

2/ Biesaga, T. ,Błąd antropologiczny i jego skutki w bioetyce, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, s. 191-199;

3/ Gilson E., Etyka studiów wyższych, „Człowiek w kulturze” nr 9 (1997).

Jaroszyński P., Personalizm filozoficzny - integralna wizja człowieka, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 9, PTTA, Lublin 2007, s. 485-473.

4/ Marek Aureliusz, Rozmyślania, tłum. Marian Reiter, PWN, Warszawa 1984.

5/ Wald B., Błąd antropologiczny i jego konsekwencje we współczesnej filozofii, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, Lublin 2003, s. 123-138.

Efekty kształcenia i opis ECTS:

(K) A student defines the essence of philosophical cognition (an objective, a method, a subject); distinguishes types of philosophical knowledge (differences of subjects, methods, objectives); points to the changes taking place in the history of philosophy, explains the relationships between philosophical and pedagogical knowledge;

(S) A student gains the abilities to independently read philosophical texts, to construct a statement, to think independently and logically; to independently deepen the knowledge of philosophy, to work in a team, and to participate in a discussion;

(C) A student shows care in the use of philosophical language, obtains basic sensitivity to metaphysical problems, is aware of the difference between philosophical and other types of knowledge

STUDENT’S ACTIVITY NUMBER OF HOURS

______________________________________________________

Classes ................................................. 15

Preparing for classes (reading) ......................... 30

Project .................. 15

______________________________________________________

Total number of ECTS credits 2

Assessment methods and assessment criteria:

formative assessment:

- grade 2 - the student is not able to present the analysis of the text, does not fulfill the tasks recommended for preparation for classes.

- grade 3 - the student demonstrates independent reading of a philosophical text; builds correctly written and oral statements based on the text; is a passive listener of discussions.

- grade 3.5 - the student demonstrates independent reading of a philosophical text; builds correctly written and oral statements based on the text; is a passive listener of discussions.

- grade 4 - the student not only demonstrates independent reading of a philosophical text; and the correct construction of written and oral statements, but also independent thinking on topics related to the analyzed philosophical texts, willingly joins the discussion.

- grade 4,5 - the student not only demonstrates independent reading of a philosophical text; and the correct construction of written and oral statements, but also independent thinking on topics related to the analyzed philosophical texts, willingly joins the discussion.

- 5-grade - the student not only can read a philosophical text independently; and correct construction of written and oral statements, but also independent thinking on topics related to the analyzed philosophical texts, and takes active part in the discussion many times.

Classes in period "Winter semester 2021/22" (past)

Time span: 2021-10-01 - 2022-01-31
Selected timetable range:
Navigate to timetable
Type of class:
Classes, 15 hours, 30 places more information
Coordinators: Maria Boużyk
Group instructors: Maria Boużyk
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Classes - graded credit
(in Polish) E-Learning:

(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs)

(in Polish) Opis nakładu pracy studenta w ECTS:

STUDENT’S ACTIVITY NUMBER OF HOURS

______________________________________________________

Classes ................................................. 15

Preparing for classes (reading) ......................... 30

Preparation for the test .................. 15

______________________________________________________

Total number of ECTS credits 2

Type of subject:

obligatory

(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych:

(in Polish) nie dotyczy

Short description:

The purpose of the class is to train the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, putting research questions, formulate answers and discussion. In particular, it is about getting ability to ask philosophical questions and formulate answers based on the philosophical text and to notice their importance for educational practice.

Full description:

Classes are conducted in two aspects. First, it is about introducing the student to academic work. Hence, the emphasis is placed on developing the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, pose research questions, formulate answers and conduct discussions. Secondly, it is about learning the ability to combine philosophical knowledge with educational and upbringing issues. Therefore, classes are conducted on the basis of philosophical literature, and in class discussions, attention is paid to the above-mentioned bindings. The emphasis is on anthropological issues in the context of contemporary cultural changes.

Bibliography:

1/ Adler M.J., Nauka współczesna a mądrość starożytnych; Drobne błędy na początku, w: tenże, Dziesięć błędów filozoficznych, b. r. b. m.

2/ Biesaga, T. ,Błąd antropologiczny i jego skutki w bioetyce, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, s. 191-199;

3/ Gilson E., Etyka studiów wyższych, „Człowiek w kulturze” nr 9 (1997).

Jaroszyński P., Personalizm filozoficzny - integralna wizja człowieka, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 9, PTTA, Lublin 2007, s. 485-473.

4/ Marek Aureliusz, Rozmyślania, tłum. Marian Reiter, PWN, Warszawa 1984.

5/ Wald B., Błąd antropologiczny i jego konsekwencje we współczesnej filozofii, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, Lublin 2003, s. 123-138.

Wymagania wstępne:

No philosophical knowledge is required. Classes are conducted at the basic level.

The reading comprehension test (5 texts required for classes) is scheduled for the end of the course. For reading list see the syllabus: "Literatura". All texts will be made available to students (participating in the classes) on-line.

Classes in period "Winter semester 2022/23" (past)

Time span: 2022-10-01 - 2023-01-31
Selected timetable range:
Navigate to timetable
Type of class:
Classes, 15 hours, 60 places more information
Coordinators: Maria Boużyk
Group instructors: Maria Boużyk
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Classes - graded credit
(in Polish) E-Learning:

(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs)

(in Polish) Opis nakładu pracy studenta w ECTS:

STUDENT’S ACTIVITY NUMBER OF HOURS

______________________________________________________

Classes ................................................. 15

Preparing for classes (reading) ......................... 30

Preparation for the test .................. 15

______________________________________________________

Total number of ECTS credits 2

Short description:

The purpose of the class is to train the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, putting research questions, formulate answers and discussion. In particular, it is about getting ability to ask philosophical questions and formulate answers based on the philosophical text and to notice their importance for educational practice.

Full description:

Classes are conducted in two aspects. First, it is about introducing the student to academic work. Hence, the emphasis is placed on developing the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, pose research questions, formulate answers and conduct discussions. Secondly, it is about learning the ability to combine philosophical knowledge with educational and upbringing issues. Therefore, classes are conducted on the basis of philosophical literature, and in class discussions, attention is paid to the above-mentioned bindings. The emphasis is on anthropological issues in the context of contemporary cultural changes.

Bibliography:

1/ Adler M.J., Nauka współczesna a mądrość starożytnych; Drobne błędy na początku, w: tenże, Dziesięć błędów filozoficznych, b. r. b. m.

2/ Biesaga, T. ,Błąd antropologiczny i jego skutki w bioetyce, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, s. 191-199;

3/ Gilson E., Etyka studiów wyższych, „Człowiek w kulturze” nr 9 (1997).

Jaroszyński P., Personalizm filozoficzny - integralna wizja człowieka, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 9, PTTA, Lublin 2007, s. 485-473.

4/ Marek Aureliusz, Rozmyślania, tłum. Marian Reiter, PWN, Warszawa 1984.

5/ Wald B., Błąd antropologiczny i jego konsekwencje we współczesnej filozofii, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, Lublin 2003, s. 123-138.

Classes in period "Winter semester 2023/24" (past)

Time span: 2023-10-01 - 2024-01-31
Selected timetable range:
Navigate to timetable
Type of class:
Classes, 15 hours, 51 places more information
Coordinators: Maria Boużyk
Group instructors: Maria Boużyk
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Classes - graded credit
(in Polish) Opis nakładu pracy studenta w ECTS:

STUDENT’S ACTIVITY NUMBER OF HOURS

______________________________________________________

Classes ................................................. 15

Preparing for classes (reading) ......................... 30

Project .................. 15

______________________________________________________

Total number of ECTS credits 2

Short description:

The purpose of the class is to train the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, putting research questions, formulate answers and discussion. In particular, it is about getting ability to ask philosophical questions and formulate answers based on the philosophical text and to notice their importance for educational practice.

Full description:

Classes are conducted in two aspects. First, it is about introducing the student to academic work. Hence, the emphasis is placed on developing the ability to read and analyze philosophical texts, pose research questions, formulate answers and conduct discussions. Secondly, it is about learning the ability to combine philosophical knowledge with educational and upbringing issues. Therefore, classes are conducted on the basis of philosophical literature, and in class discussions, attention is paid to the above-mentioned bindings. The emphasis is on anthropological issues in the context of contemporary cultural changes.

Bibliography:

1/ Adler M.J., Nauka współczesna a mądrość starożytnych; Drobne błędy na początku, w: tenże, Dziesięć błędów filozoficznych, b. r. b. m.

2/ Biesaga, T. ,Błąd antropologiczny i jego skutki w bioetyce, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, s. 191-199;

3/ Gilson E., Etyka studiów wyższych, „Człowiek w kulturze” nr 9 (1997).

Jaroszyński P., Personalizm filozoficzny - integralna wizja człowieka, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 9, PTTA, Lublin 2007, s. 485-473.

4/ Marek Aureliusz, Rozmyślania, tłum. Marian Reiter, PWN, Warszawa 1984.

5/ Wald B., Błąd antropologiczny i jego konsekwencje we współczesnej filozofii, w: Zadania współczesnej metafizyki, nr 5, PTTA, Lublin 2003, s. 123-138.

and selected books/articles for the series of classes in a given academic year

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