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how do the different educational philosophies relate to the curriculum in the secondary schools?
Weegy: Philosophy needs to be a requirement in high school and as part of “general education” in college within the USA. It is important that everyone (a) know more about being reasonable and (b) know more about being moral. [ Both reasonableness and morality are of the utmost importance and are the specialization of philosophy. I will discuss (1) the importance of philosophy education, (2) evidence that philosophy benefits people, (3) defend philosophy, and (4) make a suggestion about the sort of philosophy requirements we could introduce to high schools and colleges. ] (More)
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what are the activities or ways to help the students to internalized their school's vision, mission and goals?
Weegy: Understand the roles of vision, mission, and values in the P-O-L-C framework. ... only when strategy and goals and objectives were aligned with them as well. ... open and fair corporate activities to be a good corporate citizen of the world. ... [ of a good strategy is how well it helps the firm achieve its mission and vision. ] (More)
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what are the examples of activities or ways to help the student internalized their school's vision, mission and goals?
Weegy: Understand the roles of vision, mission, and values in the P-O-L-C framework. ... only when strategy and goals and objectives were aligned with them as well. ... open and fair corporate activities to be a good corporate citizen of the world. ... [ of a good strategy is how well it helps the firm achieve its mission and vision. ] User: what about proof? User: example of proof to help the student internalized their vision, mission and goals? Weegy: Internalization is the key to open the kingdom of enlightenment. If one student once changed his behavior from bad to good, we can now see that he already internalized the school's vision,mission and goals. [ Student who is influenced by the those is the one who are active and inspired of reaching the peak of excellence with regards to his studies. ] (More)
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