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Democratic Education

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Häufig Gestellte Fragen

1What Do You Mean By Democratic Education?

Democratic education is a type of formal education that is organized democratically, so that students can manage their own learning and participate in the governance of their school. Democratic education is often specifically emancipatory, with the students’ voices being equal to the teacher’s.

2What Is The Purpose Of A Democratic Education?

Democratic education allows the decentralization of education and aims to empower students to exercise self-determination in terms of their education. It means that students are allowed to choose what and how they will study within the given framework of community greater leverage and also make them accountable.

3What Are The Principle Of Democratic Education?

Democratic principles of liberty, equality, responsibility, justice and cooperation should find full realization in education to make it effective and meaningful”. In educational institutions, freedom is considered as an antithesis of discipline.

4Who Invented Democratic Education?

John Dewey [1859-1952] an influential philosopher, psychologist and educational thinker, published his book on Democracy and Education: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education in 1916.

5What Is The Purpose Of Education In Democracy?

Education has a key role to play in equipping youth with the knowledge, values, skills and attitudes to understand their rights and empower them to promote just societies.

6What Is The Values Of Democracy In Education?

In democratic political systems children in school learn how to make decisions autonomously, how to lead, how to tolerate different opinions, to collaborate with and respect the rights of others-these are some of the most important values and attitudes promoted by demo- cratic societies.

7What Are The Characteristics Of Democratic Education?

Democracy & Education
Choice, the ability to have autonomy in the direction of one’s own educational path, and control, the ability to decide how to approach major educational needs, are the two main principles of democratic education.