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The meaning of 'Educational Philosophy': by the usage of ('교육철학' 용어의 의미 분석: <물결21 코퍼스>를 중심으로)

  • Chang, Chi Won
    • Philosophy of Education
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    • no.66
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    • pp.77-103
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    • 2018
  • This study focused on the meaning of 'educational philosophy' by the method of corpus analysis. There is the difference of meaning on educational philosophy between professional researchers and publics. This semantic phenomenon implies that the image acoustics of 'educational philosophy' are not matched between two groups. This study, which originated from Saussure's linguistics theory, examined the semantics of educational philosophy in the . Unlike philosophical inquiry on education, the definition of educational philosophy, the general public use 'educational philosophy' like the connotation of secret of successful learning and child nurturing. Given the power of the media and the mass, these tendency could affect the meaning and definition of educational philosophy. Professional researchers should investigate these acoustic image from the sense of linguistic and educational approaches. These researches could contribute to clarify descriptive and normative meaning of the educational philosophy.

A Study of a New Meaning of Currere from a Perspective of the Value of Play in Educational Activities (교육활동의 놀이적 가치 분석을 통한 교육과정의 새로운 의미 탐색)

  • Kim, Jae-Choon
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.137-149
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    • 2007
  • This study attempts to explore the possibility of finding a new meaning of currere through an analysis of the value of play in educational activities. It does three different kinds of works for the purpose. First, it tried to clarify the value of play by analyzing the texts written by Kant, Gadamer, and Huizinga, who had approached a play from philosophical and esthetical perspectives. Second, it analyzed curricular theories established by such scholars as Tyler, Peters, and Dewey in order to clarify the meaning of educational values presupposed by those curricular theories. Third, it examined a possibility of finding a new meaning of currere by emphasizing the value of play in educational activities.Through the study, a researcher finds that the value of play lies in the fun the player experienced while playing and that educational value can be defined in the form of the value of play in an educational setting. If the value of play in education is paid enough attention, currere can carry a new meaning. Currere meant traditionally a course horses should follow, which represents a very conservative view of education whereas currere can now mean a trace in which students are learning for the sake of having a fun. Students are encouraged to study for the sake of having a fun.

A Study on the Status of Designated Cultural Properties of Modern Educational Facilities and The Meaning of Modern Architectural History (근대교육시설의 문화재 지정현황과 건축사적 의미)

  • Kim, Seung-Bae
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.31-40
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study is to understand the meaning of architectural history of designated cultural properties of modern educational facilities through the analysis of its status. This study considerate acceptance and evolution of modern educational facilities during the about seventy years from 1895 to 1965. Also, this study analyzes items that is distribution of construction and designation year, regional groups, and status of main structure material, status of conservation and utilization of facilities, its characteristics of architectural style. In this study, the result of analysis show that most analysis items of investment buildings are tend to biased and concentration to one direction. Accordingly, designated cultural properties of modern educational facilities are weakly express architectural representation and symbolism in the period of modern educational acceptance.

A Study on the Educational Meaning of Medical Records written in Shanghanjiushilun (『상한구십론(傷寒九十論)』에 기재된 의안(醫案)의 교육적 의의 고찰)

  • Ahn, Jin-hee
    • Journal of Korean Medical classics
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.113-125
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    • 2018
  • Objectives : The purpose of this paper is to investigate the educational meaning of Shanghanjiushilun in Shanghanlun education. Methods : The formal characteristics in medical records were compared between Shanghanjiushilun and the other 5 kinds of medical record books and the educational meaning was drawn by analysing medical records of Shanghanjiushilun a little more deeply. Resultss & Conclusions : 1. In a formal aspect, although Shanghanjiushilun is inferior to Liuduzhou's Clinical Medical Records Selection, it has merits in that it explains through quoting medical literature. 2. Xushuwei explained treatment based on syndrome differentiation in the new point of view in Shanghanjiushilun. 3. Through Shanghanjiushilun medical records Xushuwei's work to explain treatment based on syndrome differentiation in Shanghanlun in the new perspective is an effort to read medical classics to keep up with the times and has sufficient educational significance.

An Ethnographic Case Study on Interaction between a Teacher and Learners in Nature Experience Activity (자연체험활동에서 교사-학습자간의 상호작용에 관한 문화기술적 사례 연구)

  • Hwang, Se-Young;Kim, Jong-Uk
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.25-33
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    • 2003
  • This study aimed to discern the educational meaning of nature experience activity in a nonformal educational program in Korea, focusing on the interaction between a teacher and learners. To achieve this objective, an ethnographic research method was employed using an environmental educational program for children in a nonformal setting. The results of study are as followings. Firstly, the teacher's belief-"young ecologist" shaped its own characteristics of the program. Secondly, the children had a understanding that they learn something about nature(e.g. learning by seeing, dlscovering, recollecting, and awakening). The analysis of teachers' ideas and learners' attitude toward nature experience shows that there exists a gap between the teachers' expectations and the actual ecological changes in the learners' ideas. However, the educational meaning of nature experience can be understood by the unique type of interaction between a teacher and learners. In conclusion, on the basis of this study, it is suggested that educators should be aware of the fact that nature experience can conttribute significantly to the education of children not just from the encounter with nature but also philosophically with regard to our connectedness with nature. Bringing nature into educational contexts can help children to take part in thoughtful perspectives of learning and to devise their own appropriate nature experience.

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A Study on the Educational Meaning of Medical Records written in Shanghanjiushilun Focusing on Purgation Therapy (하법(下法)을 위주로 살펴본 『상한구십론(傷寒九十論)』 의안(醫案)의 교육적 의의 고찰)

  • Ahn, Jin-hee
    • Journal of Korean Medical classics
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.105-126
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    • 2018
  • Objectives : This paper aims to study the educational meaning of Shanghanjiushilun in Shanghanlun education focusing on purgation therapy. Methods : Clinical medical records in Shanghanjiushilun associated with purgation therapy were chosen, analyzed and its educational meaning was studied. Results & Conclusions : 1. Xushuwei's clinical medical records are significant as it helps the readers think of various disease mechanisms by not omitting mistreatment of the other doctors. 2. Xushuwei's clinical medical records are significant as it helps the readers become aware of the importance of a differential diagnosis through questions and answers. 3. Xushuwei's clinical medical records are significant as it helps the readers avoid looking at one side of things through taking a comprehensive look at disease syndrome in various fields. 4. Xushuwei's clinical medical records are significant as it helps the readers escape unreasonableness by suggesting practical aspect managing the patient. 5. Xushuwei's clinical medical records are significant as it enable the readers to draw a new disease mechanism interpretation by making up for explanations of the pathogenesis quoting medical classics. 6. Consequently, in learning and teaching Shanghanlun, Xushuwei's clinical medical records have enough educational meaning as mentioned above.

A Study on the Educational Meaning of an Undergraduate Student's Environmental Club Experience (대학생 환경동아리 활동의 교육적 의미)

  • Joo, Hyung-Seon;Kim, Jong-Wook
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.66-75
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    • 2005
  • This study investigates an undergraduate student's environmental club experience by employing a biographical research method. The informant has been member of the environmental club since he is a freshman. The purpose of this study is three points. First, which theoretical framework is suitable to explain the characteristics of environmental club experience ? Second, what is the characteristics of the informant's environmental club experience analysed by means of the theoretical framework ? Finally, what is the educational meaning of environmental club experience ? As a result, I find that environmental identity is very powerful framework to explain the characteristics of environmental club experience. Also, I explain the informant's environmental club experience as the formation of environmental identity by changes in three aspects. In the informant's life, cultural world of environment/environmental movement becomes salient which is closely connected with development of agency in the world and understanding how environmental problems can be solved. It is argued that environmental club experience has educational meaning in the studies and practices of environmental education, as follows. Environmental club experience has implications of redefining the goals of environmental education, and improving environmental problem solving learning. Finally, the informant's environmental identity is considered as reflexive identity which is formed through personal reflection of his experience.

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A Theoretical Exploration of Pedagogical Meaning of Flipped Learning from the Perspective of Dialogism (플립러닝의 교육적 의미에 대한 이론적 탐색: 대화주의 관점에서)

  • Park, Yangjoo
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.173-179
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to theoretically explore the pedagogical meaning of Flipped Learning (FL) through the lens of Bakhtinnian Dialogism. Flipped learning has emerged based on technological development, which enables educators to reorganize educational space and time. In the new converged time and space, teachers changed the activities in and out of classes, flipped lectures with students' activity, and redefined the role of teachers and students. These dialogical characteristics of FL results in several educational consequences: first, underscoring educational dialogue, second, extending the participation in the dialogical chain, third, deconstructing the existing authority of knowledge, and escalating the self-directedness of learners.

Exploring the Integration of Educational Contents and Methods in Dewey's Activity-based Inquiry Process (듀이의 활동중심 탐구과정에 담긴 교육의 내용과 방법의 통합)

  • Kwon, jung-son;Heo, Kyung Seof;Kim, Hoy-Yong
    • Philosophy of Education
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    • no.52
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    • pp.81-108
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate critically the existing educational contents and methods on knowledge uncombined with our lives and to explore directions for the integration of educational contents and methods on practical knowledge. For this, firstly, this study selected and analyzed Traditionalism and Progressivism as exclusively opposite approach to education, in particular, the aspect of contents and methods. Next, it explored to define Dewey's activity-based inquiry process. Finally, it showed that the educational contents and methods could not be separated in Dewey's activity-based inquiry process. As a result, educational contents and methods in educational practice were experiences as things integrated. Therefore, knowledge for education has been emphasized as meaningful results that learners have experienced. Once the learners recognize the value and meaning of knowledge, they will be able to internalize the genuine knowledge, moreover they will be self-directed learners. In other words, if learners could discovered their own meaning and value of knowledge in the inquiry process, they have sustainable needs, trying to be involved in the new process based on the knowledge they earned.

The Relationships among Emotional Intelligence, Resilience to Burnout, and Meaning in Life of Hospice Volunteers (호스피스 자원봉사자의 감성지능, 소진탄력성 및 생의 의미 간의 관계)

  • Kim, Kyung Ok;Yoo, Myung Sook
    • Journal of Korean Academic Society of Home Health Care Nursing
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.78-86
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    • 2018
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationships among emotional intelligence, resilience to burnout, and meaning in life of hospice volunteers. Methods: Data were collected through structured questionnaires from 200 hospice volunteers who were working at hospitals for six months or longer. Data were collected from March 7 to March 31, 2016, and analyzed using descriptive statistics, independent t-tests, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients and stepwise multiple regression with SPSS WIN 22.0. Results: There was a statistically significant correlation between emotional intelligence, resilience to burnout and meaning in life. The significant predictors of hospice volunteers' meaning in life were resilience to burnout(${\beta}=.47$), emotional intelligence(${\beta}=.15$), educational level(college, ${\beta}=.11$), religion(protestant, ${\beta}=.12$; buddhism, ${\beta}=-.15$), and motivation for neighborhood service(${\beta}=.16$). These variables explained meaning in life up to 50.2%. Resilience to burnout was the greatest effective factor on meaning in life. Conclusion: These results suggest a need to develop programs that improve hospice volunteers' emotional intelligence and resilience to burnout. Also, educational level, religion, and service motivation of hospice volunteers should be considered.