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History of Technology in Education

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Transcript of History of Technology in Education

History of Technology
in Education Silvia Sowa PERIODS:
Early days, Medieval,
Contemporary, Modern 2. Medieval
320 B.C. - 1600 C. E. 3. Modern
1800.... John Dewey
1859-1952 More... 1822 - 1900 Centennial Exhibition
in Philadelphia 1. Early days:
Ancient philosophy
The goal of apprentice was
to become an individual that
was valued, to gain a level or title Plato and Aristotle established schools
in Athens. "The Acacemy" (Plato) Truth,
honesty - "The Republic" - perfect society Froebel Bacon
Discipline
Learner's curiosity
Blending experiences Holistic education
Training
Science
Kindergarten
Graded exercises
Use of materials - handcraft

Some representatives:
Victor de la Vos
Calvin Woodward
James Huffstout
Daniel Runckle
Uno Cygnaeous Instruction by:
imitation, first teachers: Babilonias,
Egyptians (3000 BC)
Writing, science, religion The Code of Hammurabi)1772 BC)
first evidence of apprenticeship - papyrus
China: formal education (2000 B.C.) parental guidance, cognitive learning
Greek education: Homer's Iliad
and Odyssey appears - most men have access to education.
Socrates taught people in
public places. Roman education:16th–17th centuries
Military, arts, skilled labor, and athletism 3. Contemporary and Reform 1500 - 1800 Comenious believed that students have a natural
tendency to learn, so they should be involved in
extracurricular activities "education for everyone" 1592-1560 Johann Heinrieck Pestalozzi
Teachers' training
Curriculum innovation
Group work
Individual skills 1756-1857 John Locke (1632-1704)
Good education for pupils
Focus on teachers’ preparation Theodore Weld
Completion of specific exercises
Skills development
Learning styles Otto Salomon
1849-1907
Sloyd Movement
Creation of Projects 30,000 displays and exhibitions
of technology in different fields:
Electrical, manufacturing, soil, mine, arts, etc. Constructivism in Technology Integration
the process of students constructing their own knowledge through collaboration and inquiry-based learning.

Computers for teaching-learning
Virtual education
Simulations
Web based learning
Distance learning
Blended learning
And more......! María Montessori
1870-1952 Humanism and Constructivism
experiential learning to conditionalize knowledge Holistic theory of human cultural
and biosocial development Lev Vygotsky
1896 –1934 Experiential learning
Critical Pedagogy Paulo Freire
1921-1997 Epistemological studies with children.
Theory of cognitive development Jean Piaget
1896-1980 1800's
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