本篇新西兰论文代写-认识论和本体论讲了认识论是一种关于知识的理论，它关注的是如何通过一种结构良好的方式来检验知识的有效性，而不只是一种观点或某个不是事实的东西。本体论是世界观。在任何时候，对世界的看法都可以归结为一个集群式的集合，而由于认识论上的缺陷，对世界的看法可能会产生缺陷。由此产生的课程设计的缺陷导致了一群学生相信错误的知识。本篇新西兰论文代写文章由新西兰第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
Epistemology and Ontology
Epistemology is the theory of knowledge and is concerned with the way knowledge that is produced with its validity checked in a well-structured way, compared to just an opinion or something that is not a fact.
Knowledge in essence is justified beliefs. These beliefs have to be formed in ways that are intellectually sound. When knowledge is formed with intellectually faulty methods, then it would turn out to be defective (Steup, 2005). The defective knowledge will then result in altered view of the world for people. Epistemological deficiencies result in ontological deficiencies and their impact will be felt in curriculum design.
Ontology is the view of the world. At any time, the view of the world can be reduced down to a clustered set, and a deficient view of the world might be created because of epistemological deficiencies. The resulting deficient curriculum design produces a set of students who believe in the wrong knowledge.
[Slide 5]: Understanding the Cons of the White Effect
Curriculum that is developed based on knowledge excavation done with some bias (western thinking and knowledge creation is superior to any other) or belief (western thinking and knowledge creation is superior) will result in a curriculum development that does not give importance to aboriginal culture or their way of thinking. The first white Australians saw others as ways to till their land through manipulation. The same thought process might be unknowingly transmitted in current curriculum, which not only destroys cultural transmission but results in deficient world views for all learners. An error keeps repeating itself.
[Slide 6]: Conclusion
I understand white curriculum as something that has been introduced by Epistemological deficiencies
A blanket understanding of western=white is appropriate when discussing Australia Whites and Aboriginal education and curriculum development.