“Man, a Being that Forgets”???
ANTHROPOLOGY, being the study of mankind and all its aspects is one of the Foundations of Education for it looks into the distinct characteristics, way of thinking, feeling & acting of the SEEKER OF KNOWLEDGE.
Being exposed to various circumstances, Sir Edward Talylor, an Idealist Philosophical Scholar of Plato articulated that a certain “complex whole” is being cultivated until man makes himself “belong” to social practices — thus the so called CULTURE: “cultura”/”cultus” = care – where man is eventually faced with the issues of “freewill” and the relationship between rightness and goodness.
Anthropologists contend that it is “human nature” to “gradually accept shared beliefs and values of group through ENCULTURATION & SOCIALIZATION, both LEARNING PROCESSES which eventually tribe people to a complete package of a certain culture called RACE.
Dealing with the origin, nature, and destiny of human beings,
WHAT IS IT then in ANTHROPOLOGY that we need to regard significant?
What is it then that MAN TENDS TO FORGET?
What do you, as a person then as a teacher tend to disregard?
How will you use Anthropology to affect our generation in the future?
PART 2. ANTHROPOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION Diff ERAS, Nature & Dev of Nationalism Week 9 Output