Unit II Review - 7 Persistent tension points today which...

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Foundations of American Education---PTE 3023 Unit II Test Review—Dr. Endicott Please use the notes you printed off for Unit II and use the following study guide. 1. Know what these people believed about education and how they contributed to education: Vespasian—Aristotle—Quintilian—Alcuin—Aquinas—Luther—Ignatius of Loyola Froebel—Herbart—Rousseau—Pestalozzi 2. Shift in who was educated in middle ages in Europe--power from landed gentry to merchant 3. Know the Middle, Northern, and Southern colonies Settlement patterns and geography What types of schools Purpose of first colonial schools in Northern colonies 4. Types of colonial schools 5. Northwest Ordinance 6. Know what these people believed about and how they contributed to education Jefferson-Franklin-=-Mann—Emma Willard—Dewey(Progressive Education Movement)
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Persistent tension points today which emerged from colonial experience 8. After the Civil War: education of former African American Slaves and Native Americans (BIA) and white rural population—education in the depression era 8. Least researched ethnic/racial group in education—other constituencies such as Hispanic education in the South West 9. Which factor has significantly contributed to immigrant students not doing well in school 10. Eight Year Study 11. National Defense Act of 1958 and GI Bill of rights 12. Title IX 13. A Nation at Risk 14. GI Bill 15. Conflict between student=centered and subject-centered curriculum 16. Persistent tension points in U.S. public education today...
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