Principles of Teaching

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this is the matrix i make for the project. I summarized all the educational system of primitive times to the guild .:)

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Principles of Teaching

  1. 1. Aims of Types Content Agencies Organization Methods of Financing Outstanding Education Of Education Of Studied Of Of Grade Instruction Contribution Education LevelPrimitive Security and Vocational Ways of Home None All instruction None Started theEducation Survival Religious procuring of Environment were done rudiments of Conformity basic necessities informally, educational Preservation in life and observation system which and protecting life and imitation, evolved from transmission from dangers, simple telling the modern of traditions superstitions and one. demonstration, participationSumerian Training of Writing, Reading, Home Higher Imitation and Students paid Writing ofEducation scribes, Mathematical, Writing, little School education for Copying and tuition fees cuneiform bookkeepers, Language, arithmetic, Temple school professions for Preparation of writing of teachers Vocational, Astronomy, Apprentice those who Tablets and learners Professional, Art Astrology, school could afford to be good Education Medicine, it. surgery, Architecture, Agriculture, Hydraulics, Jewelry designing, literary art, vocational training, lawEgyptian Training of Religious, Reading, writing, Home At age 5 boys Apprenticeship Students paid The use ofEducation scribes, Vocational, language, Temple schools attended the Dictation, a certain geometrical Religious, Military, religious and reading and Memorization, amount of fees measurements Utilitarian, Public secular Military writing Copying, and surveying Preservation Administration, literature, schools schools. Imitation,
  2. 2. of Cultural Priesthood, artistry, Court schools At age 17 boys Repetition, Patterns Home Arts, mathematics, Vocational entered the Observation Writing, Reading astronomy, Schools schools that and and Language engineering, offered their Participation Education architecture, vocations physics, medicine, embalming, dentistry, law, music dancing, playing instruments, sports and military trainingHindu Intellectual Religious, Literature for Home Child was Imitation, The amount of The use ofEducation Religious Intellectual, Brahmans, Outdoors taught at home Memorization gifts depended decimal system Cultural Vocational, astronomy, Monasteries till the age of upon the of arithmetical Domestic, history, grammar, 5. socio-economic notation Military law, medicine At 5 child status of the education and mathematics attended child’s family. Dancing, Sports, higher Linguistics, education. Philosophy, Women were Theology and only given Military training domestic educationChinese Ideological Ideological and The Classics and Home Elementary Confucian Students paid TheEducation Ethical Moral, The Four Books, Private ( age of seven) Method tuition fees administration learning, Language, Taoism Schools Higher Direct and of civil service Cultural Vocational and House of Education Exact examinations Dev’t, Domestic, Civic, teachers or imitation Civil Service Military Rich students Memorization Education
  3. 3. Hebrew Moral Religious and History of Home Ages 6-10- Compulsory There were MonotheismEducation Preparation Civic, Hebrews, The Public Schools chief text was Oral expenses and The 10 for destiny Democratic, Jewish Temple Pentatuech Memorization teachers were commandments Holiness Domestic, Law/Mosaic Institutions for Ages 10-15- Audio-visual not paid The Bible Observance Vocational, Law, Psalms and lay prophets chief text was aids regularly but of religion Human relations, Proverbs, Schools for the Mishna Exposition they were Physical Explanations of scribes Over15- chief Temple allowed to Education festivities, text was worship receive gifts Music, Reading Gemara from the and Writing, Higher learners. Foreign education LanguageSpartan Military Physical, Gymnastics, State - at birth Training All financing The militaryEducation Discipline Military, Moral, Moral and Social children were Participation was education and Little habits, Reading disposed thosw Testing shouldered by the intellectual and Writing, who are weak. Discipline the State development of learning, Music, Music, Speech -early age Motivation patriotism and Gymnastic, and Paramilitary children taught discipline. Vocational exercises habits of Education silence, obedience, respect, etc. -7-18 boys lived in barracks-like educational building -18-20 boys took professional war training -20-30 men took an oath of allegiance -30 the man
  4. 4. was a full- fledged citizen. -girls stayed at homeEarly Good Civic, Moral, Reading(alphabet Private schools -birth to 7 Imitation Students paid The freeAthenian citizenship, Physical, method) Home years children Participation tuition fees development ofEducation Individual Intellectual, Art Writing (wax and State were taught at Discipline human excellence, Education tablets) home. Human capacities and Many sided Arithmetic -7-16 boys went relations the Olympic development Homeric to two schools: games. Music Didascaleum Gymnastic and Palaestra Physical -16-18 exercises continued to Military training attend the Palaestra -at 18 boys took Ephebic OathLater -by the Moral, Reading, writing, Palaestra Home Lecture and Students paid SocraticAthenian sopphist Professional, arithmetic, Didascaluem education Memorization fees methodEducation -by Socrtes Intellectual, poetry, Gymnasium Primary Question and Realm of -by by Plato Vocational, gymnastics, Schools of education Answer philosophy -by Aristotle Domestic, physical and higher learning: Secondary Developing Field of Physical/Military, military training, rhetorical and education natural talents mathematics Civic, Science grammar, philosophy Higher schools Achieving (Euclidean and Philosophy, rhetoric, school happiness geometry) Aesthetic and declamation, Art and Sports training argumentation, Classical public speaking, literature geometry, astronomy, drawing, philosophy, mathematics,
  5. 5. scienceEarly Roman Utilitarian Physical and Ballads and Home -young children Direct -when the boy NoneEducation Moral Military training songs, laws of Shop and Farm stayed at imitation went to his Military Civic training twelve tables, Military Camp home. Memorization father’s Civic and Moral training religious Forum -later the boys Discipline farm/shop, Politics Religious training ceremonies and Private went with their forum or in the Religious Vocational usages, physical Schools father to the military camp training and military shops/farms. he didn’t pay exercises, -the boys also any fees. domestic chores, went to the -when he vocations forum to learn entered public affairs. private schools -at 16 the boy he must pay became a fees. citizen then entered military camp.Later Roman Oratorical Speech training Reading, writing, School of -7-10 boys and Memorization Students paid The methodsEducation Civic Civic training calculation, litterator girls entered Drill and amount of fees of organization, Literacy training grammar, School opf the litterator. Writing management Vocational literature, prose, Grammaticus -10-16 boys exercises and education poetry, language, School of entered the Public speaking administration. rhetorics, Roman rhetor Grammaticus practices law and Athaneum -16 or older principles, boys entered applied science. rhetor. -those who hurdled school of rhetor went to the Athaneum.Early Relationship Religious The word of Informal No gradations Lecture Jesus never ChristianityChristian between God Ethical God, the sermon teaching but Jesus Dialectic paid for HisEducation and man, Universal and on beatitudes encouraged Aphorism teachings
  6. 6. Salvation, democratic education to Parable Social education children method relations Figures of based on love speech Teaching with authority Miracles Concrete examples Motivation ModellingEarly Moral Moral training Moral and Home -children were Cathetical Students TheChristian Salvation Spiritual training spiritual values, Church trained at method availed free conversion.Church Music education baptism, church Catechumenal home. Memorization education but doctrines, music school -they attend Exposition voluntarily connection with Cathetical catechumenal And contributions church worship school school. exhortation were solicited. Cathedral -those school preparing for leadership attend cathetical school. -the highest step is the cathedral school for church leaderships.
  7. 7. Monasticism Spiritual Moral and Seven Liberal Monastic -at age 10 boys Cathetical Pupils paid Opposing theEducation Moral religious training Arts: Trivium schools were admitted methods some fees and vices and Spiritual Literary and Quadrivium to the Dictation the State corruption, the knowledge education The Greek and monastic Memorization shouldered industrial skills Manual training Roman classical schools. Language some expenses. and a concept literature and -at 18 admitted Discipline of manual culture to monastic Mediation and labor. orders. contemplationScholasticism Reasoned Religious Theology Parish schools -at 14 student Lecture Students paid TheEducation faith education Religious Monastic entered Repetition fees for organization of Intellectual Intellectual philosophy schools university. Disputation service university and discipline education Palace schools -student Examination the emphasis University continued to Scholastic on intellectual study from 4-7 method taring. years. -after receiving his license he was allowed to teach.Chivalry Morality Reading, writing, Reading, writing, Home For boys: Observation Pupils didn’t The use ofEducation Responsibility little literary literature, Court -birth to 7 yrs. Imitation pay nay fees vernacular as a Horsemanship training, social religion, music, Castle, old, boys Practice because he tool in Gallantry training, military dancing, good tournament stayed at home Apprenticeship served his teaching. Religiosity training, manners, right fields, fields of and taught by Motivation master like a Learning the Social Graces religious and conduct, social battle, his mother. Discipline valet. social graces, moral training, graces, troubadours, -7 to 14 yrs. old rules of physical training etiquette, horse minnesingers, The young etiquette, good riding warfare, minstrels noble acted as manners and hunting, a page of his right conduct. tournaments, overlord. physical -14-21 yrs. old exercises and became a the 7 Free Arts. squire
  8. 8. For the girls, attending the household duties lord to himself or to akinght. At age 21 he becomes a knight.Chivalry Preparation Vocational Reading, Writing, Burgher school Apprenticeship Observation The burgher The vocationalEducation for education Arithmetic, Chantry school Journeyman Imitation school were training. commercial Reading, Writing, Craft and Guild school Master Practice controlled and and industrial Arithmetic commercial craftsman Dictation supported by Putting the life education, business, Memorization the cities. vocational Vocational Religious religious tenets Cathetical training in the Preparation education and ceremonies method The chantry curricula. Discipline school were controlled and supported by the wealthy merchants. Apprenticeship was free.

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