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Philosophical movements that shaped the Philippine Education

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Transcript of Philosophical movements that shaped the Philippine Education

Philosophical movements that shaped the Philippine Education
Pre-spanish period
valued human life and had notions of honor and dignity
survival
enculturation - process by which people learn the requirements of their surrounding culture and acquire values and behaviours appropriate or necessary
Spanish period
1521
christianism
idealism - what is real is in the mind
method - memorization
Japanese period
1941
Asian love for labor
emphasize vocational education
emphasize physical education
Present
Globalization
effect: k to 12 - expansion of basic education
ubd - universal by design
child center
functional literacy

American Period
1899
democracy
public school system
pragmatism
industrialization
John Dewey - education is life, education is growth, education is the social process
Commonwealth period
Third Republic
President Manuel A. Roxas
rehabilitation of schools
academic freedom
moral character

democracy
Pres. Elpidio Quirino
social orientation
conservation of Filipino heritage
community development
Pres. Ramon Magsaysay
functional types of educational progress
sending children to school at age 7
Pres. Carlos P. Garcia
promotion of Filipino ideals
non-formal and voctech

Pres. Diosdado Macapagal
society's cultural identity
shift from quantitative to quality in education
The New Society
Pres. Ferdinand Marcos
foster love of country
duties of citizenship
bilingual system
NCEE
CAT
scholarship, grants
admission tests, accreditation, guidance

Revlutionary Government
Pres. Cory Aquino
assistance to students and teachers in private school
democracy
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