Philosophy Rediscovered

@article{Beatty2009PhilosophyR,
  title={Philosophy Rediscovered},
  author={Joy E. Beatty and Jennifer S. A. Leigh and Kathy Lund Dean},
  journal={Journal of Management Education},
  year={2009},
  volume={33},
  pages={114 - 99}
}
Teaching philosophy statements reflect our personal values, connect us to those with shared values in the larger teaching community, and inform our classroom practices. In this article, we explore the often-overlooked foundations of teaching philosophies, specifically philosophy and historical educational philosophies. We review three elements of pure philosophy and five seminal educational philosophies to help readers ground their personal philosophies in both a theoretical and historical… 

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