ED-629 Names and Dates
Terms in this set (103)
first kindergarten began in the U.S.
National Teachers Association
John Dewey becomes chairman of the department of pedagogy at the University of Chicago and soon opens a laboratory school with his wife
Charles Eliot "Social Efficiency" Harvard University
In the Oregon decision, Supreme Court articulated constitutional right of parents to choose whether they wish their children to be educated in public or private schools
Robert Maynard Hutchins U of C President and adds Mortimer Adler
Why Johnny Can't Read Rudolph Flesch
Summerhill by A.S. Neill
"Open Education" rend begins in Britain
Bilingual Education Act
Elementary and Secondary Education Act
LA Latino families boycott school over bilingual classes
Proposition 227 English-language classes
Ritalin and ADD
Department of Education begins
Texas Education Agency compulsory challenges Home School
Cultural Literary by ED Hirsch
AFT allows charter schools
Minnesota first charter school
Wisconsin Parental Choice program in Milwaukee (Vouchers)
Cleveland begins school choice
No Child Left Behind Act targets improving test scores and reading skills
Race to the Top competitivee Grants
Common Core standards released for math and English
Crisis in the Classroom by Silberman
First American kindergarten
Chairman of U of C during laboratory school
Harvard president, revised curriculum, set up elective system, lectures and discussions, moved Harvard to the top. "Social Efficiency"
Robert Maynard Hutchins
Chancellor/ pres. of UChicago
William Heard Kilpatrick
Attacked Hutchins for his absolutes
Why Johnny Can't Read
(1955)- represented a return to phonics, which had largely been abandoned by the "look-say" method of the day, which itself was a holdover from the failed "sight-word" method of Gallaudet
A. S. Neill
Charles E. Silberman
Crisis in the Classroom
Department of Education
cultural literacy/Academic institutions should provide basic skills and knowledge
American Federation of Teachers
No Child Left Behind
Secretary of Education under President Obama
Rotherman and Willingham
For 21st Century Skills
American Educator Against 21st Century Skills Education/Students are losing perspective, critical thinking skills
Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (cognitive, performance, and affective domains) theorist
Democracy is the road to socialism
Paulo Friere (1921-1997)
"A Pedagogy of Outrage" "Banking" Pedagogy
educational historian, argues that the problem with the comprehensive high school has been a lack of focus. What are the beliefs that she argues have interfered with successful educational reform? Melting Pot vs Mosaic or tossed salad view of America
Democracy leads to Socialism-letter to John Tyler
"The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter.
Democratic education means freedom-based education "Schools are terrains of struggle"
believed school was Compulsory, not freedom-based
"The Art of Changing the Mind"
Four Phases of Learning
Wolfe and Brandt
"What we Know fro Brain Research
created his three types of intelligences (analytical, creative, and practical) Six Key Elements of Enterprise
Common Core architect and President of the College Board
National Education Association
Radical Behavioralism or Operant Behavioralism
Laura Zucca Scott
Human/humanely; opposite of behaviorism
Master of Fate Determant
Classical conditioning: dogs
Broad, general liberal arts
"Schools are terrains of struggle."
theorist that developed a series of stages in which an individual passes during cognitive development.
Social Development Theory & ZPD: Social interaction=critical for cognitive development; Zone of Proximal Development: theoretical basis for scaffolding
Some absolutes for educating our children
education is shaped by subversion
Against social Reform through education
Critic of compulsory schooling, believed in unschooling (learning by living)
school for the deaf/Look-Say Primer
Kenneth and Yetta Goodman
Whole language, Drop Everythng and read, evaluation through miscues, founds of whole language
A Nation at Risk
A Nation Still at Risk
Brooks and Brooks
In Search for Understanding
"The constructivist position is post-epistemological, making it so powerful inducing new methods of research and teaching"
"The Strange Irrational World of American Priimary Education" Against Whole Language
Endorsed Look Say
Child learns through senses Empiricism
Separation of philosophy and education from all theology.
Children are good by nature, but Teachers shouldn't teach absolute values.should be kept from books prior to 12 years old.
Founder of Kindergarten. Advocated dance and music in regards to nature as they played outside. 1844 - Wrote Mother Play and Nursery Songs with tunes "Ring-Around-Rosies" and "If Your Happy"
Romantic, child-centered, self-activity, personality is sacred.
Children shouldn't be pressured to learn as they move through natural stages of growth. Children teach themselves.
Strengthening Teacher Programs
Whole language. Founder of Whole language concept
This theorist believed in the stages of reading development; she used phonics, breaking words down.
The first large-scale study of American schools was conducted in the 1960s by:
Jeanne Chall Learning to Read
Coleman's study of effective schools
The kind of schools we need
Secular humanism is a religious belief
Experience is the highest authority
Teacher training must focus on content and pedagogy
Against Common Core because of a lack of merit in regard to student achievement and proficiency standards
William H. Schmidt and Nathan A Burroughs
Quality and Equality improvement through Common Core
Compulsory education act
ADD was first diagnosed
School Voucher Program
Texas homeschoolers win the case begun in 1981
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Unit 1 Terms, Unit 2 Terms
ED 629 Quiz 4
ED 629 Current Issues in Education (midterm)
Rhetorical devices examples, Fallacy Examples, AP English Quiz - Argumentation