Part I. Philosophy of Education
The element of philosophy of education that reflects my identity as an early childhood educator aligns with Bruner’s (1966) concept of Constructivism theory. In this concept, the learner transforms, selects information, and make decisions by focusing on constructing the knowledge itself. These knowledge are constructed through beliefs, personal experiences and previous knowledge (Bruner, 1966). As an educator, I encourage the student to present any form of information that they have previously learned and create an opportunity for them to develop prior knowledge into new discoveries.
Central Issues and Professional Values
The central values and issues involve ...