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Brief Statement of My Educational Philosophy

Today's education is overly centered on the "teaching person" rather than on the "learning person." Centering education on the learner modifies the teacher's role to one which is going to be demanded by the future: a learner, a facilitator of learning and a helper to develop a person's affective domains. More stress should be placed on such domains, which intrinsically relate education to an interdisciplinary approach. Human beings should learn tolerance, ethical behavior and aesthetic sensitivity, in addition to their own discipline. Education should be related to an intercultural and interdependent world, a world in which education teaches human beings to foster sharing attitudes, to compete with oneself and not with your fellow human being, and to develop pity and solidarity for the suffering of mankind. A world free from prejudices, where learning to care, learning to be, learning to grasp the whole and act on the parts, and learning to carry on learning should be one of society's main objectives.

During Dr. Escotet’s teaching career he has taught the following graduate and undergraduate university courses:

Undergraduate Courses

  • Behavioral Organization
  • Cross- Cultural Education
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • Cultural and Social Foundations of Education
  • Economics of Education
  • Educational Measurement and Evaluation
  • Educational Policy
  • Educational Psychology
  • Educational Technology
  • General Psychology
  • Mathematical Logic
  • Mathematical Psychology
  • Multicultural Education
  • Philosophical Theories
  • Philosophy and Sociology of Education
  • Planning of Educational Systems
  • Probability and Stochastic Models
  • Psychology of Learning
  • Research Design
  • Schooling in America
  • Social Psychology
  • Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
  • Teaching Lab in Multicultural Education
  • Theories of Education
  • Theories and Systems of Psychology

Graduate Courses

  • Advanced Topics in the Social Foundations of Ed.
  • Analysis and Application of Educational Research
  • Analysis and Development in Higher Education
  • Comparative Education
  • Contemporary Planning Models and Techniques
  • Cross-Cultural Research
  • Cultural Learning
  • Current Policies and Issues in IDE
  • Doctoral Dissertation in AE/Human Resources
  • Doctoral Dissertation in Higher Education
  • Education and Social-Economic Development
  • Educational and Social Planning
  • Educational Development Issues in Context
  • Educational Systems Organization
  • Educational Technology, Planning, and Assessment
  • Evaluative Research
  • Field Study Abroad and Supervised Field Experience
  • General and Advanced Statistics
  • History and Philosophy of Education
  • Innovative Approaches in Educational Planning
  • Latin American Education
  • Macro-Micro Planning in Education
  • Master´s Thesis in International/Intercultural Ed.
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Multivariate Analysis and Qualitative Research
  • National Education Systems: A Comparative Analysis
  • Policies on International Higher Education
  • Research Methodology in Education
  • Seminar Courses on Special Topics
  • Socio/Cultural Conflict in Educational Change
  • Special Topics in Higher Education Administration
  • Systems of Distance Learning in Higher Education
  • University Curriculum and Teaching Methods

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