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MODULE ONE - GROUP PRESENTATION
Transcript of MODULE ONE - GROUP PRESENTATION
Ｈｏｗ ｄｏ ｗｅ ｒｅｓｅａｒｃｈ ｉｔ？
What is education for?
1. Definition of Basic Concept
3. Means and Scope of Education
Specific Knowledge and skill or how to think and learn
The Purpose of Higher Education
Why should we research on Education
What is Educational research
Teaching & Learning
The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the power of reasoning and judgment
Module one - Group Presentation
Aim of Education
Early Childhood Education
Primary School & Secondary School
Cultivation and Development of the individual and the improvement of the society.
Help the children firstly recognize their roles in the community or society, and learn the basic skills
Vocational education is a lifelong and continuing activity, not just for the children.It can help us to cope with the changing world socially, economically, culturally, physically and spiritually.
University level education provide a qualification for someone to be professional in a field and offer an environment for advanced
Summerhill was founded in 1921 by A. S Neill
Summerhill is a very democratic school where students have freedom to be themselves and are given the right of autonomy
There are two features of the school which people usually single out as being particularly unusual，
The first is that all lessons are optional.
The second is the school meeting ,at which the school Laws are made or changed.
The main delivery system of education for children outside the family, getting more into the society.
It allow us to assess the quality of schools and education.
It allows us to explore the new methods in teaching and learning.
It allows us to to investigate the problem and reform the education system and policy.
*Descriptive Survey Research
Educational research = the collection and analysis of information on the world of education so as to understand and explain it better.
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Presented by : Li LI, Bo PANG, Qian ZHAO, Yijing WAN
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rapidly Change of Work
Asia's parents suffering 'education fever'
this pie chart shows that whether the jobs those undergraduates are doing are relevant to their specialties in university
A response to these concerns now endorsed by most educators, as well as students and parents, is that the most important mission of schools should be to teach students how to use their minds -- how to think and learn -- so that as adults they will be able and disposed to acquire whatever new knowledge and skills they may need.
“I would rather Summerhill produced a happy street cleaner than a neurotic scholar.”—A.S. Neill
In Summerhill, success is not defined by academic achievement but by the children's own deinition of success
we had one main idea: to make the school fit the child - instead of making the child fit the school"—A.S. Neill