The Relationship of the Philosophy of Education and the History of Philosophy: A Forecast of Educational Trends 2022-2024
Keywords:education, philosophy of education, history of philosophy, educational trends, educational perspectives
Education is a systemic component of the worldview picture of the world. Along with the scientific and pedagogical arsenal, the historical and philosophical component is a fundamental analytical method of educational space research. The purpose of scientific exploration is to predict educational trends in the short term through the prism of historical and philosophical analysis. Synergetic interaction between the philosophy of education and the history of philosophy forms the basis for the study of practical and theoretical dimensions of modern education. The balance of dialectical and synergetic methods in examining educational trends provides a complete analysis in both practical pedagogical and theoretical-philosophical dimensions. The results of the study allow you to analyze the development of education from a cultural and historical perspective, which allows you to predict the optimal ways of further development of this sphere of social activity. The scientific novelty of the work consists in combining the potential of philosophy, history, science, pedagogy, and culture to forecast educational trends in the coming years. Thus, historical and philosophical interpretation of education points to the demand for three key short-term trends in the modern educational space: globalization, technologization, and informatization.
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