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DAME SCHOOLS SCHOOLS RUN BY WOMEN FOR PURPOSE OF TEACHING READING AND WRITING
ESSENTIALISM STUDENTS SHOULD LEARN THE BASIC FACTS REGARDING THE SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL WORLD
PROGRESSIVISM ALL LEARNING IS ACTIVE AND THAT CURRICULUM SHOULD BEGIN WITH THE CHILD'S INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCES
EIGHT YEAR STUDY THE PROGRESSIVE APPROACH PRODUCED MORE INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY AND HIGHER LEVELS OF CRITICAL THINKING
PROGRESSIVE CLASSROOM A HALLMARK IS THE PURPOSEFUL ACTIVITY OF PUPILS WHO MAY BE ENGAGED INN RESEARCH AND INQUIRY WITH GROUPS AND ALONE
SOCRATIC METHOD A WAY OF TEACHING THAT CENTERS ON THE USE OF QUESTIONS BY THE TEACHER TO LEAD STUDENTS TO A CERTAIN CONCLUSION
JOHN LOCKE BELIEVED THAT TEACHERS NEEDED TO CREATE A NONTHREATENING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT - A REVOLUTIONARY IDEA AT THE TIME
PHILOSOPHY RAISES QUESTIONS; DOES NOT SOLVE THEM
FIRST COLONIAL SHOOLS DEVELOPED TO ASSURE THAT THE NEW GENERATION WOULD SUSTAIN ITS RELIGIOUS BELIEFS
HORACE MANN "FATHER OF AMERICAN EDUCATION"
BENJAMIN BLOOM TAXONOMY OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES
ROBERT HAVIGHURST 6 STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH
ELLA FLAGG YOUNG FIRST FEMALE SUPERINTENDENT; CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
JEAN PIAGET 4 STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION THE PSYCHOLOGICAL, HISTORICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL, AND SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE FIELD OF EDUCATION THAT ARE CONSIDERED ESSENTIAL TO THE PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF ALL TEACHERS
B.F. SKINNER BEHAVIORAL THEORY: HYPOTHESIZED THAT LEARNING IS A FUNCTION OF CHANGE IN THE WAY ONE BEHAVES
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE: ONE OF THE LEADING SCHOOLS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS
FREDERICK DOUGLASS VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS
MARIA MONTESSORI CASA DEI BAMBINI
LEV VYGOTSKY SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT THEORY
JEROME BRUNER 3 MODES OF REPRESENTATION
Smith-Hughes Act of 1917 providing funding for teacher education programs and vocational programs at the high school level.
G.I. Bill of Rights (Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, 1944) allowed tuition and stipends for those who served in the military.
National Defense Act (NDEA) funded research and funding for educational programs that focused on math, science, and foreign languages, but also provided student loans for those who wanted to become teachers or school counselors.
Philosophy of education foundation that allows teachers to frame their work and to make decisions about teaching and learning.
Efficiency movement Schooling that was designed to prepare students for life in the world of work, with an emphasis on conformity, following directions, rote learning and memorization, and strict rules of comportment.
English-only rule Rule barring Mexican American children from speaking Spanish in public schools.
John Dewey committed to democratic ideals and whose entire life was dedicated to forging communities where all citizens would fully realize their power and capacities by engaging in associated living in political, social, and cultural life.
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