Education System

An education system is an intentional system consisting of at least one teacher and one student in a context.

Note: to be an education system:

The requirements for an education system are that:

An example of an early education system was Socrates leading his followers in Greece, as described in The Republic by Plato.

This definition of education system used here is taken from the theory of Totally Integrated Education (TIE).

For similar conceptions of an education system, see:

Common among these definitions: an education system must include teacher, student, content, and context components which are related. For example, teaching-studenting processes and teaching-studenting structures are types of relationships between teachers and students in an education system. Further types of relationships include student-content, teacher-content, etc.

See Frick (2020) for further examples of education system component relations.