Many schools require teachers and headmasters to submit a philosophy of education as part of their job application. Sometimes a rubric is offered, other times not. I have two questions:
1. Does one’s philosophy of education adhere to a definite form? Just as Socrates argues that right thinking proceeds through a formal process of defining, dividing, and recapitulating to discover truth, does a philosophy of education necessarily have certain topics, terms & relations, and layout?
2. How does one discover one’s philosophy of education? Is it just a set of beliefs, or does it involve examining habits and practices that ostensibly manifest those beliefs? Is one’s philosophy of education a way of life, or a set of principles and procedures for operating within a well-defined educational context?
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