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Historical & Current Impact of Educational Philosophies Topic 1: Historical Foundations of Education 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. Social Development Theory Lev Vygotsky Six Stages of Development and Growth Robert Havighurst Four Stages of Development Jean Piaget Three Modes of Representation Jerome Bruner Taxonomy of Learning Objectives Benjamin Bloom Behavioral Theory B.F. Skinner Vocational training for African Americans Frederick Douglass Tuskegee Institute Booker T. Washington First female superintendent, Chicago Public Schools Ella Flagg Young Casa dei Bambini Maria Montessori Philosophers and Philosophies Frederick Douglass Improved Vocational Education Benjamin Bloom Predicting Learning Outcomes Ella Flagg Young First Female president of the National Education Association Robert Havighurst Believes children must master specific developmental tasks to develop normally Jerome Bruner Believes children enter a series of developmental stages as they mature Jean Piaget Cognitive Development Vygotsky Social Development Theory BF Skinner Behavioral Theory Booker T Washington Influence on African American Students Maria Montessori Developed theory and methods for educating young children Match Educational Philosophy Progressivism Student-Centered Behaviorism Teacher-Centered Essentialism
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