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Chapter 4 Pioneers of Modern Teaching
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.4 | 2 Key Accomplishments of Educational Pioneers Comenius: Published first picture book for learning; based instruction on children’s developmental stages Rousseau: Forerunner of child-centered progressivism; argued in Emile that children are “noble savages” until corrupted by society.
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.4 | 3 Key Accomplishments of Educational Pioneers (cont.) Pestalozzi: Schooling based on emotional security and object learning; encouraged Rousseau’s “natural education” for children in groups. Herbart: Teacher preparation based on prescribed methodology; history and literature enter the curriculum to provide a moral core.
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.4 | 4 Key Accomplishments of Educational Pioneers (cont.) Froebel: Created Kindergarten Spencer: Utilitarian education, instruction organized around basic activities and practical outcomes Dewey: Progressive education, emphasizing problem solving Addams: Socialized education, with emphasis on responding to student diversity
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.4 | 5 Key Accomplishments of Educational Pioneers (cont.) Montessori: Structuring the environment to accommodate children’s natural desire to work at learning Piaget: Instruction based on stages of cognitive development Freire: Instruction that stimulates awareness of real conditions of life; influenced critical theory and liberation pedagogy
Chapter 11 Creating Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms
A100: Week 2 Welcome!. Today: Purposes and Power 1.What are the differences between progressive and more traditional education? Lecture: 4:10 – 4:45 Section:
Philosophy of Education: A Historical Perspective Erin Foley.
CHAPTER 1 Guidance Tradition. Internet Links Publishers web site ?cid=APL1.
ES2307: Progressive Education Week 3 Child-centred education: Steiner and Montessori Tutor: Joan Walton.
Aim of the Module The aim of this module is that you develop and increase your knowledge and understanding of progressive education. This will include.
Making A Change in Education and Gaining Knowledge Through Experiences.
CHAPTER 3 Collin College EDUC 1301 An Overview of Schooling in America History and Philosophy.
Historical roots of American education. What are the influences of the following European thinkers on American education? Group 1--Comenius Group 2--Locke.
Middle School History Origins in the ‘six year high school’ Inclusion of Carnegie Units from the high school, particularly in ninth grade Emphasis on disciplines.
Copyright©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. 1 QUESTION.
Those Who Can, Teach 10th Edition Kevin Ryan and James M. Cooper Chapter 6 What Should Teachers Know About Technology and Its Impact on Schools?
Those Who Can, Teach 10th Edition Kevin Ryan and James M. Cooper
PROGRESSIVISM Shena Anglin The Philosophy and Sociology of Education Dr. L. M. Malcolm November 13, 2009.
PIONEERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Studying the History of Education
A Comprehensive Balanced Literacy Program Chapter 2.
Teaching Today: An Introduction to Education 7 th edition Part 4: Shapers of Today’s Educational World Chapter 12: Historical Influences Armstrong, Henson,
CHAPTER 1: What Is Good Education for Young Children?
Building on a Tradition of Excellence
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