Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Introduction
    • Acknowledgments to UFM
    • David Hume: Importance of Public Opinion
    • Philosophy behind teaching
  • 03:05    |    
    Implications of teaching
  • 04:10    |    
    Central themes of an education enterprise
    • Centrality of the student in the learning process
    • Epistemological responsibility of the student
      • Truth: Denial of human communication
      • Epistemological responsibility of the teacher
  • 08:27    |    
    Limitations of traditional teaching
    • Traditional classroom
    • Indirect transmission of information
  • 10:02    |    
    Goal of Socratic process: Student ownership of the pedagogical process
  • 11:07    |    
    War: Denial of learning and pedagogical impotence
  • 12:15    |    
    Peace: teaching and interaction of social institutions
    • Economics: Study of peaceful human action
    • Similarities between freedom and peace
  • 18:42    |    
    Pedagogical ethical question
    • Teaching freedom without force
    • Elements needed for dialogue
    • Socratic lessons: Education and personal commitment
  • 23:24    |    
    Intellectual and ethical development of college students
    • Duality
    • Emancipation
    • Multiplicity
    • Relativism
    • Commitment
  • 30:32    |    
    Lessons from the Socratic Dialogue
  • 32:43    |    
    Final credits


Ethics and the Socratic Dialogue

New Media  | 13 de agosto de 2007  | Vistas: 2406

About this video

The two principal teaching methods are Socratic dialogue and direct teaching. Two central issues of education are the centrality of the student in the learning process and his or her epistemological responsibility. Direct teaching ignores these issues, while the goal of Socratic process is student ownership of the pedagogical process. War is the denial of learning; peace is achieved through teaching and dialogue. The phases of a student's cognitive development are duality, multiplicity, relativism, and commitment.


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Ethics and the Socratic Dialogue
Albert Loan

Student Center,CE - 200
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, August 13th, 2007

New Media - UFM production. August, 2007
Camera: Manuel Alvarez; digital editing: Alexander Arauz; index and synopsis: Christiaan Ketelaar; publication: Pedro David España; content reviser: Katty Schellenger


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Albert Loan is a teacher at the School of the Woods,…

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Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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