HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION (EDU404) HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS -MEDIEVAL CULTURE AND EDUCATION -RENAISSANCE CLASSICAL HUMANISM MADAM SHIDA PREPARED BY: - SHAZUWA AMIRA BINTI AHMAD NIZUWAN (2014334545)
MEDIEVAL CULTURE AND EDUCATION
SUB TOPICS : • DECLINE AND REVIVAL IN LEARNING • INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING • ACCESS TO SCHOOLING • EDUCATION OF MEDIEVAL WOMEN • HILDEGARD OF BINGEN
DECLINE AND REVIVAL IN LEARNING The time period between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance (c.500-1400) Knows as Middle age or medieval period . The end of the Greco-Roman modern period. • Medieval period : - first by a decline in learning - revival by scholastic educators
INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING Secondary School Monastic & cathedral schools offered religious & liberal arts curricula. Merchant & craft guilds established vocational schools to train their apprentices in specific trades . Universities (Paris, Bologna, Salerno, Oxford, Cambridge) provided higher & professional education in the fields theology (nature of God), law & medicine. Knights learned battle tactics & the chivalric P c r o i d m e a . ry School European formal primary education fell to the church in parish, chantry (liturgical music) & monastic
ACCESS TO SCHOOLING Class & gender limited schooling to only a small minority.