This does not mean that the realist denies the validity of symbolic knowledge. For example, I should expect that artisan children will want something more concrete and, in a sense, swifter than I have set down here. Logic of Realism It can be seen that for realism there is logic of investigation as well as a logic of reasoning. Again, there are the graphical solutions of the same problem. They hold that the order of the world is due to the manifestation in space and time of an eternal and spiritual reality.
We consider the velocity, time, space, acceleration diagrams. When one considers in its length and in its breadth the importance of this question of the education of a nation's young, the broken lives, the defeated hopes, the national failures, which result from the frivolous inertia with which it is treated, it is difficult to restrain within oneself a savage rage. Within the mind, new apperceptions or presentations united with older apperceptions and struggled to rise from the unconscious level of mind to the conscious. It may be noted that self -realization means knowledge of the self or soul. These, of course, can be examined and abandoned in a future context. The child then knows how to solve a quadratic equation.
It is that the exact course which I have sketched out is not the particular one which you would have chosen, or even see how to work. Important place to scientific and social subjects. Education without proper and well defined aims, objectives, goals and motives is quite unthinkable. They have advocated free choosing by the children from these subjects. Child is at the centre of all educational activities. The general rule becomes a scientific theory only if it passes all of these tests.
Idealists however expand on what constitutes an actor to include both the state and people. Mind and thought are real. The word idealism is derived from two distinct sources- the idea and the ideal. According to John Wild the aim of education is fourfold to discern the truth about things as they really are and to extend and integrate such truth as is known to gain such practical knowledge of life in general and of professional functions in particular as can be theoretically grounded and justified and finally to transmit this in a coherent and convincing way both to young and to old throughout the huEducation should guide the student in discovering and knowing the world around him as this is contained in the school subjects. Humanism and Concept of teacher The role of the teacher is important in successfully educating children.
It is necessary in order to enable the child to adjust himself to his environment and concentrate on his work. He has further said that the world is planned and well-organized. Some idealists, like Spinoza, are monists as opposed to dualist, again like Descartes, or pluralist ontologies. Beyond soul there is supreme soul. Ethical ideas are accepted as long as they continue to work. It believe that objects are universal. Neo-realists aim at developing all round development of the objects with the development of their organs.
Idealism lays more emphasis on thinking and mental activities. Consider now the general and special education of two types of boys, namely those in secondary schools who in after life must form the professional and directing classes in commerce, industry, and public administration, and again those in junior technical schools and later in advanced continuation classes, who are going to form the class of skilled artisans and foremen of workshops. Important subjects are Health and Hygiene, Physiology, Sociology, History, Geography, Agriculture, Home Science, Mathematics. But, just what are these aims? All these cannot be overlooked. Also the theory should not be muddled up with the practice. Keep the theoretical exposition short and simple, but let it be strict and rigid so far as it goes.
In India idealism in the form of spiritualism was developed very early as the sole philosophy of life and throughout the ages the same philosophy has kept inspiring the Indian mind and evoking a reverence for it. . Nothing but a special study can give any appreciation for the exact formulation of general ideas, for their relations when formulated, for their service in the comprehension of life. The most important aim in education is the becoming of a human person as one who lives and makes decisions about what he will do and be. It believes that truth is what we sense and observe and that goodness is found in the order of the laws of nature.
Thus realism is an outlook about the existence of an object according to which the objects of the word are real,i. They are trained and mentally so disciplined that they want to acquire knowledge not merely to satisfy an intellectual curiosity or just for material worldly benefit but to grow up as rational, righteous beings and to bring about the spiritual, moral and physical welfare of their families, their people and mankind. Preparing the child for a real life. Emphasises on social and physical environment. Realist believes that those qualities of our experience, which we prefer or desire, and to which we attach worth, have something about them which makes them preferable or desirable.