Historical Foundations of Education

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● Historical Foundations of Education
● Historical Lenses
● Learning Outcomes
● The beginnings of Education
● Western Education
● Western world’s first great philosophers
● Greek philosophers
● Western Education—The Romans
● Education in the Middle Ages
(476-1300)
● The Revival of Learning
● Education in Transition (1300-1700)
● The Reformation
● Education in Transition
● Modern Period (1700 to present)
● Emergence of the Common Man
● The Emergence of Common Man
● Colonial Education
● Middle Colonies
● Northern Colonies
● Types of Colonial Schools
● Toward Universal Elementary Education
● Secondary Schools
● Federal Involvement in Education
● Teaching Materials

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…, education, school, life, church, ., age, ‘s, teacher, people, colonial, learn,

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historical foundations of education chapter ۷ historical lenses celebrationist historians…see the brighter side of historical events liberal historians…focus on conflict stress inconsistencies revisionist historians…learn more by studying what has been wrong than what has been right postmodernist historians…see history through the unique lenses of social class race ethnicity gender age learning outcomes list important early educators in the world detail major educational accomplishments of the early eastern societies analyze the life of the colonial school teacher articulate the roles government played in colonial america analyze how an understanding of early american history informs today’s teacher the beginnings of education informal education…all peoples have cared for their children and prepared them for life hindu and hebrew education…how to live a good life chinese education…lao tszu and confucius egyptian education…education provided for privileged males eastern civilizations developed education prior to western civilizations for the most part western education the age of pericles ۴۵۵ ۴۳۱bce city states in greece sparta from ۸ to ۱۸ boys were wards of the state…education to develop courage patriotism obedience cunning and physical strength little intellectual content athens heavily stressed intellectual and aesthetic objectives western world’s first great philosophers socrates…the socratic method a way of teaching that centers on the use of questions by the teacher to lead students to certain conclusions…socrates’ fundamental principle knowledge is virtue. plato…republic recommendations for the ideal society…three classes of people artisans soldiers philosophers greek philosophers plato… a good education is that which gives to the body and to the soul all the beauty and all the perfection of which they are capable. aristotle…a person’s most important purpose in life is to serve and improve humankind…aristotle was scientific practical and objective…had the greatest influence on thinking through the middle ages females and slaves did not possess the intelligence to be educated. plato and aristotle all paid employment absorbs and degrades the mind. aristotle western education—the romans in ۱۴۶ bce the romans conquered greece many of the advances of the roman empire inspired by the enslaved greeks between ۵ bce and ۲ ce an entire system of schools developed quintilian ۳۵ ۹۵ ce described current practice and recommended the type of system needed in rome…very humanistic education in the middle ages ۴۷۶ ۱۳ roman catholic church the greatest power in government and education by ۴۷۶ the fall of the roman empire the dark ages…earthly life as nothing more than a way to a better life hereafter charlemagne ۷۴۲ ۸۱۴ valued education and found alcuin ۷۳۵ ۸ ۴ and focused on the seven liberal arts trivium and quadrivium the revival of learning thomas aquinas ۱۲۲۵ ۱۲۷۴ more than any other person helped to change the church’s views on learning …rooted in the ideas of aristotle led to the medieval universities formalized scholasticism the logical and philosophical study of the beliefs of the church the east had no dark ages. mohammed ۵۶۹ ۶۳۲ led a group of arabs from northern africa into southern spain…spread slowly throughout europe significant advances in science and mathematics education in transition ۱۳ ۱۷ renaissance and reformation renaissance represented the protest against the dogmatic authority of the church over social and intellectual life…revival of classical learning called humanism reformation represented a reaction against corruption in the church which kept most people in ignorance the reformation formal beginning in ۱۵۱۷…ninety five theses of martin luther…his disagreements with the church the church believed its duty was to pass on the correct interpretation of the bible to the laity…luther thought each should interpret for self and thus individual education was important…to attain salvation luther’s coworker in education philipp melanchthon stressed universal elementary education…education should be provided for all regardless of class compulsory for both sexes…state controlled and state supported education in transition ignatius loyola ۱۴۹۱ ۱۵۵۶ to combat the reformation began the jesuits in ۱۵۴ …established schools to further the goals of the catholic church were involved with teacher training from early on comenius ۱۵۹۲ ۱۶۷ wrote many texts first to use illustrations writings based on science john locke ۱۶۳۲ ۱۷ ۴ tabula rasa modern period ۱۷ to present descartes ۱۵۹۶ ۱۶۵ laid the foundations for the modern period and rationalism reason is supreme the laws of nature are invariable truth can be verified empirically frederick the great ۱۷۱۲ ۱۷۸۶ leader of prussia friend of voltaire interested in better training for teachers emergence of the common man a period during which developed the idea that common people should receive at least a basic education as a means to a better life rousseau…most important educational work emile ۱۷۶۲ about the liberal education of youth…naturalism education must be natural not artificial …we ascribe too much importance to words. with our babbling education we make only babblers. children are born good but corrupted by society the emergence of common man pestalozzi ۱۷۴۶ ۱۸۲۷ swiss educator who put rousseau’s theories into practice… educators from all over the world came to view his schools…unlike most teachers of his time he felt students should be treated with love and kindness herbart ۱۷۷۶ ۱۸۴۱ studied under pestalozzi organized the educational psychology…preparation presentation association generalization application froebel ۱۷۸۲ ۱۸۵۲ kindergarten social development cultivation of creativity learning by doing…women best suited to teach young children colonial education southern colonies…in ۱۶۱۹ twelve years after the founding of jamestown slaves brought to the south for cheap labor…two distinct classes of people emerged a few wealthy land owners and many poor workers mostly slaves…landowners hired tutors to teach their children middle colonies various national and religious backgrounds so they did not agree on a common school system…each established their own religious schools many received education through apprenticeship northern colonies settled mainly by the puritans people lived close to one another shipping ports established industrial economy developed old deluder satan act ۱۶۴۷ …required towns to provide for the education of youth…the massachusetts laws of ۱۶۴۲ and ۱۶۴۷ became the model for other colonies types of colonial schools dame schools writing schools charity schools colonial colleges harvard ۱۶۳۶ william and mary ۱۶۹۳ …

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