Application of Humanistic Educational Philosophy to Nursing Curriculum Introduction Educational philosophy has evolved throughout the beginning of recorded history, from the written educational theories of Plato and Aristotle, to the more contemporary educational philosophies of John Dewey, Maria Montessori and Jean Piaget. This paper will analyze educational philosophy and examine the role of humanistic philosophy, specifically, and its utilization in both nursing educational curriculum and curriculum development, as well as learning activities in the classroom, the nursing clinical practicum and nursing education evaluation strategies. Educational Philosophy Educational philosophy is concerned with both the methods of learning and the...The end:
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