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creative self expression; teaching children, not subjects, adjusting school to meet needs of kids, social and emotional growth of children, creative teaching--take child into "real world"
progressive american education
wrote the Republic
Plato
Committee of 10 said you should learn all except:
social studies
teacher is at the center of the process
traditional ed
more emphasis on human relations; "self-esteem mode"
progressive Association goals
self-realization, human relations, economic efficiency, and civic responsibility
NEA Goals: "Purposes of Educaiton in American Democracy"
Filpatrick is known for:
the project method
teacher directs instruction; teahcer is the the authority
traditional ed
physical and mental growth; self asurance; growth towards adult status, etc.
progressive association goals
all children should start ready to learn; 90% will graduate from HS; all adults will be literature, all schools will be free of drugs and violence, etc.
1990 - Goals 2000 (Bush)
What are the 2 forms of Greek gov't?
Demoncracy (Athens) and Totalitarianism (Sparta)
which age had no middle schools?
The Middle Ages
Federal program to expand universities
the G.I. Bill
same curriculum for all ; standardized assessment
traditional ed
cooperative learning, school is agent of change
progressive
goals are self-realization, human relations, economic efficiency, and civic responsibility
NEA Goals - "Purposes of Education in American Democracy"
"man is the measure of all things"
Protagoras
Who tried to seek the true, the good, and the beautiful?
The Greeks
Who is responsible for Biblical Literacy?
Luther
Sputnik caused what to occur?
The National Defense in Ed Act
school passes on heritage; elaborate reward system
traditional ed
emphasis on social issues
progressive education
Gradual democratization; councils of free men
Athens
obedience was the highest good
Sparta
man learns through his senses
Aristotle
Happiness is the result of harmony, excellence, avoiding extremes and holding to the "golden Mean". the worst sin is arrogance
Greece
attempted to reform the church from within during the renaissance
Erasmus
Human reason can cure humankind of all social, political, and economic ills. Happiness is possible on earth, not just in heaven
enlightenment
human reason can solve all problems
john locke
Who had the allegory of the cave?
Plato
called his school "Happy HOuse"
deFeltre
Which colonies had the most universities?
The Northeast
wrote Slums and Suburbs
Conant
textbooks, workbooks, children work alone
traditional ed
Women secluded
athens and sparta
father of realism
aristotle
emphasis on Christian authority as a determinant of truth
Middle ages
education is the key to salvation; return to absolutism
reformation
rejection of orthodox sectarian religion
enlightenment
human beings are basically selfish and egotistical; only tradition, law and order can prevent anarchy, violence, and exploitation
burke (enlightenment)
who is the father of realism?
Aristotle
focus on this life; creating beauty
renassance
Which colonies were the most diverse?
The middle
desegregation ruling in Virginia
Green vs. County School Board
school prepares for life; emphasis on skill-building
traditional ed
reason was the highest good
Athens
Hero was a warrior
Sparta
three modes of life: pleasure, sociality, contemplation
Aristotle
God is omnipotent
middle ages
God decides who is saved; good works and fiath not enough for salvation
reformation
Deism
enlightenment
it is risky to make dramatic changes
Burke (enlightenment)
wrote Emile
Jean Jacques Rousseau
school achievement is determined by family
Christopher Jenks report
child at the center of the process
progressive ed
Hero was an orator
Athens
1st great western philosopher
Socrates
There are eternal truths and universal values
Middle Ages
truth is determined by private judgement based on one's conscience and the Bible
Reformation
God is a kind of master builder who created earth and withdrew; only way to know God is through Science
enlightenment
father of modern conservitism
burke
Who said there is a natural order to reality; the universe functions in a deliberate and purposeful way
Aristotle
father of Liberalism
John Locke
Which colonies had the most plantations?
The south
supreme court struck down a lower court ruling that busing should be metropolitan wide
Milliken vs. Bradley
teacher is facilitator; teacher is guide, advisor
Progressive
Stated that private schools were better
Home School Report
highest moral authority was the state
Sparta
teach by questioning, not direct instruction
socrates
gods controlled nature and social relatoins
greece
Main is born into original sin; redeemed by Jesus
Middle ages
reason is a "poisonous beast"
Martin Luther
founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits); emphasis on teacher training
St. Ignatius of Loyola
believed the high school curriculum should include classical literature, classical philosophy, Latin, English, mathematics, science, and history
The Committee of Ten
Who wrote the Republic
Plato
What were the Puritans?
Calvins
compensatory education; head start program; direct aid to poor districts
Elementary and Secondary ed Act (ESEA)
differentiated curriculum, authentic assessment
progressive ed
Bagley and Bester were _____
Essentialists
had a caste system
Sparta
Father of idealism
Plato
emphasis on earthly life rather than the next world
greece
Reaction against dogmatism of the church
renaissance
we are predistined for Heaven or Hell
Calvin
People are born with minds that are tabula Rasa
enlightenment
emphasis on "effective living" in the high school curriculum; should included courses on health, basic skills, vocational training, civic ed, use of leisure, ethical character, etc.
National Ed. Commission; "Cardinal Principles of Secondary Ed"
What is the Greek formula for happiness?
Nothing in excess
"unexamined life is not worth living"
Socrates
"You can't be free and ignorant at the same time"
Jefferson
intrinsic rewards; teacher prepared materials
progressive ed
Highest moral authority was the individual
Athens
totalitarian values - 1st totalitarian state
Sparta
deduction from the general to the particular (all birds have feathers...)
Aristotle
Homeric model includes the cultivation of certain virtues such as chivalry, courtesy, eloquence, warrior arts, and a sense of duty
greece
more emphasis on aesthetic beauty as an expression of God's omnipotence
renaissance
Emphasis on reason, natural law, and progress
englightenment
father of liberalism and the idea of tabula rasa
john locke