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FOE Theories

educational theories good teachers blend all
Perennialism return to the past, universial truths, reason and faith, back to basics, realist & idealist, mortimer, adler, bloom 1900s
progressivism learning by doing, pursue own interests, projects, group work, rousseau, young, parker-father, dewey 1900's
behaviorism all behavior is responsible to external stimuli, act bc you react, pavlov, skinner, watson, 1880
essentialism set of learning focus cultures and traditions of the past, curriculum, Hyman Rickover 1930's-1950's
Social Reconstructionism change of improvement, counts, marx, bramseld, 1850-1950
post modernism combines pragmatism, eristentialism, social reconstructionism and more, Fromm, Marx 1920-1960's