PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION 2-1

PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION 2-1 - Divert students from college...

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Progressive Education Two trajectories Administration and governance of education Curriculum
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Administration and Governance Expertise and elite control Scientific management De-politicize Bureaucratic specialization Efficiency Decentralized, local control
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Curriculum Curriculum differentiation Child centered Utilitarian, practical Meet community needs Science of testing
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New Curriculum Education consists of a continual reconstruction  of experience Education must embrace the total life experience  of the child Goal of education must be to achieve effective  living for all The focus of instruction had to shift from subject  matter to experience of the child College prep was aristocratic and narrow
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Dissent Elimination of report cards and grades Institute automatic promotion
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Unformatted text preview: Divert students from college prep Invasive into homeGranite, Utah Responsibility for knowing what every child was doing before, during, and after school and summer vacation Sent nurse out to score every home based on thrift, neatness, cleanliness, income, health, harmony, presence of reading matter and type and year of automobile. Curriculum Elimination of science, math, history, literature, arts Teaching trivia How can my home be made more democratic? How can I make my room more attractive How can I find the right husband/wife? Questions To whom do public schools belong? Who has the right to select the social aims of public education?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course EDU 120 taught by Professor Timar during the Spring '11 term at UC Davis.

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