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Title: EDUC 501 Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education


1
EDUC 501Historical and Philosophical Foundations
of Education
  • Chapter 1
  • Educational Biography and the Historical and
    Philosophical Foundations of Education

2
Overview of Chapters 2-24
  • Historical narrative
  • Context
  • Times and situation
  • Biography
  • Analysis of the educational ideas and practices
    as to their contemporary meaning and significance

3
Ancient China, Greece and Rome
  • Confucius (551-479 B.C.) Proponent of
    Educating for a Harmonious Society (Chapter 2)
  • Plato (427-347 B.C.) founder of Idealism
    (Chapter 3)
  • Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) founder of Realism
    (Chapter 4)
  • Quintilian (A.D. 35-95) - exemplary teacher of
    rhetoric (Chapter 5)

4
Medieval Christianity
  • Thomas Aquinas (1255 1274) Theologian and
    philosopher of the Middle Ages (Chapter 6)

5
Renaissance
  • Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) Humanist the
    ideal representative of Renaissance humanism
    (Chapter 7)

6
Protestant Reformation
  • John Calvin (1509 1564) - Theologian and
    Educator (Chapter 8)
  • Johann Amos Comenius (1592 1670) Pan sophist
    Educator and Proponent of International Education
    (Chapter 9)
  • Represented two different ways of interpreting
    the educational changes produced by the
    Protestant Reformation.

7
Enlightenment
  • Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 1778) Prophet of
    Naturalism (Chapter 10)

8
post-Enlightenment
  • Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1747 1827) Swiss
    educational innovator and Proponent of Educating
    the Heart and the Senses (Chapter 11)

9
Age of Revolution and Republicanism
  • Thomas Jefferson (1743 -1826) American
    Statesman, 3rd President of the United States,
    and Advocate of Republican Education (Chapter 12)
  • Mary Wollstonecraft (1759 1797) Proponent of
    Womens Rights and Education, Feminism (Chapter
    13)
  • Horace Mann (1796 1859) Leader of the Common
    School Movement (Chapter 14)

10
Responses to the Industrial and Darwinian
Revolutions
  • Robert Owen (1771 1858) Utopian Socialist and
    Communitarian Educator (Chapter 15)
  • John Stewart Mill (1806 1873) Proponent of
    Liberalism (Chapter 17)
  • Herbert Spencer ( 1820 -1903) Advocate of
    Individualism, Science, and Social Darwinism
    (Chapter 18)

11
Progressivism (Early 20th Century)
  • Jane Adams (1860 1935) Advocate of Socialized
    Education, Founder of Hull House (Chapter 19)
  • John Dewey (1859 1952) Americas Leading
    Pragmatist Philosopher and Progressive Educator
    (Chapter 20)
  • William Bagley(1874-1946) Stalwart
    Traditionalist Educator (Chapter 21)

12
Early Childhood Education
  • Friedrich Froebel (1782 1852) German Educator,
    Founder of the Kindergarten (Chapter 16)
  • Maria Montessori (1870 1952) Proponent of Early
    Childhood Education (Chapter 22)

13
Attack on Colonialism
  • Mohandas Ghandi (1869 1948) Won Indias
    Independence by nonviolent resistance (Chapter 23)

14
pan-Africanism
  • W. E. B. Du Bois (1868 1963) - Scholar and
    Activist for African American Rights (Chapter 24)

15
Neo-Marxism, existentialism, postmodernism, and
critical theory
  • Mao Tse-Tung (1893 1976) Revolutionary
    Educator, Founding Father of the Peoples
    Republic of China, Leader of the Communist
    revolution (previous Chapter 24)
  • Paulo Freire (1921 1997) Advocate of Liberation
    Pedagogy (current Chapter 25)

16
Organization of Chapters
  • Historical Context - places the educational
    thinker in the historical, cultural and
    philosophical situation of her or his time
  • Biography - analyzes the formative persons and
    events that shaped his/her educational philosophy
    or ideology
  • Analysis of the Educational Thinkers Philosophy
    or Ideology identifies the theorists principal
    ideas about truth and value, education and
    schooling, and teaching and learning.

17
Organization of Chapters (contd)
  • Conclusion assesses the educational
    contributions and significance of the theorist
  • Discussion Questions relate the educational
    thinker to both her or his time in history and to
    the present situation in education
  • Research and Essay Topics lead to analysis of
    trends and issues in the history, philosophy, and
    ideology of education
  • Suggestions for Further Reading

18
Dates for presentations EDUC 501
  • Harrogate Class
  • September 7th
  • Tenets - Groups
  • September 21st
  • Chapters 2-6
  • September 28th
  • Chapters 7 - 12
  • October 5th
  • Chapters 13 - 17
  • October 12th
  • Chapters 18 22
  • October 19th
  • Chapters 23 -25

19
Presentation Format
  • PowerPoint or Prezi presentation
  • Copies of slides for each person (Harrogate-12)
    These may need to be used in case of equipment
    failure.
  • Activity, timelines, interviews, hotlinks, period
    dress, role playing, maps, quotations, United
    Streaming or YouTube clips, original work
    (include if appropriate)
  • Films can be shown for some chapters
  • Make your person come alive and be interesting
  • 20 minutes in length

20
Presentation Format (contd)
  • Last slide should be bibliography slide
  • Each slide should have citation and a slide
    number
  • Proofread your presentation and make certain of
    backgrounds, font sizes, music or video clips,
    and then e-mail (or submit it to LiveText) your
    presentation to me as an attachment 2 days prior
    to the date you are to present so I can preview
    it and discuss any needed changes and have it on
    my laptop.
  • You should also bring a copy of it on a CD or
    flashdrive

21
Personal Philosophy Presentations
  • Harrogate (Dates to Be Determined)

22
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