The Art and Science of Teaching Essay by Peter Pen

The Art and Science of Teaching
An analysis of the philosophy of the art and science of teaching.
# 62871 | 1,569 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2004
Published on Dec 15, 2005 in Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Theory)


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Description:

This paper discusses the fact that there are many theories on the topic of teaching as art or science. The paper examines and supports certain theories through describing the educator's role in teaching as an art or science, the interpretation of pedagogy and andragogy and the learning styles of students.
Outline
Introduction
Teaching as an Art or Science
Pedagogy vs. Andragogy
The Instructional or Learning Theory
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The concept of understanding any subject usually begins with objective or subjective information. Consequently the topic of the art and science of teaching is a combination of the two. Aside from theories art has many diverse definitions that include "a system of principles and methods employed in performance of a set of activities" and "a trade or craft that applies such a system of principles and methods" (internet source, 2005). Furthermore, Science is primarily defined as "methodological activity, discipline or study" as well as "knowledge, especially that gained through experience" (internet source, 2005). How do these definitions relate to the efforts of educational instruction?"

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