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  • 1. Development of Education in the Philippines - Janrey Tiña
  • 2. The development of curriculum in history is basically founded on five outstanding motives • Religion • Political • Utilitarian • Mass Education • Excellence in Education
  • 3. Pre – Hispanic Era • vocational training and academic subjects; • Tribal tutors oral, practical and hands-on; • use of Baybayin; • oral, practical and hands-on.
  • 4. Spanish Period • Education was religion-centered. • Education for the elite only. • Spanish is compulsory. • The church and school work together. • Inadequate, suppressed and controlled.
  • 5. Spanish Period Colegio del Sto. Niño (an Augustinian School build in 1565)
  • 6. Spanish Period Colegio de San Jose (a Jesuit School build in 1581)
  • 7. Spanish Period Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santisimo Rosario (a Dominican School build in 1611)
  • 8. Spanish Period In 1593, the Doctrina Christiana (first book printed in the Philippines)
  • 9. Spanish Period In 1640, the Unibersidad de San Felipe de Autria (first public University in the Philippines)
  • 10. American Period • highly centralized public school system in 1901 (PH Commission act no. 74) • Filipinization of all department secretaries • Free public school system • Thomasites, trained aspiring Filipino teachers
  • 11. American Period Philippine Normal School (a School run by Thomasites in 1901)
  • 12. Japanese Era • Creation of Ministry of Education • Teaching of Tagalog, Philippine History and Character Education
  • 13. A Sherman tank at the ruins of the Fort Santiago gate in Intramuros, February 28, 1945
  • 14. Trifocal Educational System
  • 15. Thank you for Listening!

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