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The 1920's - 1930's we are designating as the Progressive era because John Dewey was influential during this time. In addition, Franklin Bobbitt brought in "social efficiency" during the 1930's......

The 1920's - 1930's we are designating as the Progressive era because John Dewey was influential during this time. In addition, Franklin Bobbitt brought in "social efficiency" during the 1930's which initiated an era of social engineering in the public schools.

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  • EDCI 886 authors and concepts: Booker T. Washington died in 1915 and was buried at Tuskegee. W.E.B. DuBois organizes a Pan-African Congress in 1923, but spends most of the rest of this period teaching at Atlanta University. Other interesting facts: The Harlem Renaissance is in full swing.
  • Click on one or both musicians (red text) to listen to their music in YouTube. Fine arts influences: Music is swinging! The first jazz concert at Aeolian Hall in New York City is in 1925. Langston Hughes and Jean Toomer are publishing. Eugene O’Neil’s plays are on Broadway.
  • Political events and influences: World War I has just ended. Women are given the vote through the passage of the 19th Amendment. Native American tribal members are given citizenship. The 1920’s start off with Warren Harding who is replaced by Calvin Coolidge. Herbert Hoover is elected to office after Coolidge’s term.
  • The 19th Amendment gives women the right to vote. What do we notice about the clothing of the women? Are these poor women? Wealthy women? What about the man?
  • Economic influences and one additional Political event: Wall Street crashes in 1929 and a worldwide depression begins in 1930. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected President in 1933; he served until his death in office in 1945. As part of FDR’s “new deal”, the Tennessee Valley Authority was formed (a wholly government owned corporation), and the Civilian Conservation Corps provided work for millions out of work.
  • The Dust Bowl lasted from 1930 to 1936 (and in some areas until 1940). What would life in western Kansas have been like?
  • Who is the Civilian Conservation Corps benefiting?
  • Educational practices: During the 1920’s progressivism advanced, especially in specific areas of the country like Chicago and New York. William Heard Kilpatrick was at Teachers College (Columbia University, New York City) while John Dewey was at the University of Chicago. The Progressive Education Association became “the major institutional voice for child-centered pedagogy” (Urban & Wagoner, 2004, p. 246). Other Educational influences: B. F. Skinner pubishes “The Behavior of Organisms” (1938); Tennessee vs. John Scopes (the “monkey” trial) (1925); SAT administered for the first time (1926); Piaget publishes “The Child’s Conception of the World” (1929) (1) Source: http://www.cehd.umn.edu/History/Timeline/1920s.html,College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota
  • More educational influences: Franklin Bobbitt wrote “The Curriculum” in 1918. He is considered the “father” of the social efficiency movement. “For social efficiency educators, the multitrack comprehensive high school was an appropriate arena in which to implement their social engineering principles” (Urban & Wagoner, 2004, p. 235).
  • (Urban & Wagoner, 2004, p. 235-240).
  • Click on the image to view the movie trailer on YouTube. What do you notice about culture and class? What do you notice about educational practices?
  • Discuss among yourselves and be prepared to report out in a few minutes.
  • Discuss among yourselves and be prepared to report out in a few minutes.

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  • 1. Explosive Ideas in Education Culture, Class, & Evolution by Theodore Brameld
  • 2. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • Progressivism
    • Dewey (1859-1952)
    • Booker T. Washington
      • has already passed on
    • W. E. B. DuBois
      • Pan-African Congress
      • Atlanta University
    Image retrieved from http://www.notablebiographies.com/images/uewb_04_img0233.jpg John Dewey
  • 3. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • Swing
      • Duke Ellington
      • Count Basie
    • Notable styles
      • Kansas City style
      • Gypsy Jazz
      • Classic blues
    Image retrieved from http://theinvisibleagent.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/basie.jpg
  • 4. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • Versailles Treaty (1919)
    • League of Nations (1919)
    • 19th Amendment (1920)
      • gives women the vote
    • Indian Citizenship Act (1924)
    • Coolidge & Hoover
      • Republicans (1925-1933)
    Image retrieved from http://www.marxist.com/images/stories/history/treaty_of_versailles_7.jpg
  • 5. 1920’s - 1930’s Image retrieved from http://online.wsj.com/media/Suffrage_ssh_20080818184421.jpg
  • 6. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • Wall Street crash (1929)
    • Depression begins (1930)
    • Dust Bowl (1930-1936)
    • Franklin D. Roosevelt
      • Democrat-served 3 terms
      • The New Deal (1933)
      • TVA formed (1933)
      • Civilian Conservation Corps (1933-1942)
    Most of the information on this slide retrieved from http://www.animatedatlas.com/timeline.html CCC pillow image retrieved from http://www.michigan.gov/images/mhc_mhm_ccc_pillowcover_46099_7.gif
  • 7. 1920’s - 1930’s Black Sunday image retrieved from http://www.weru.ksu.edu/new_weru/multimedia/dustbowl/dustbowlpics.html Map image retrieved from http://www.weru.ksu.edu/new_weru/multimedia/dustbowl/dustbowlpics.html Black Sunday, April 14, 1935
  • 8. 1920’s - 1930’s Image retrieved from http://www.nchgs.org/history/ccc/ccc.jpg
  • 9. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • Progressivism
    • Kilpatrick
      • Teachers College
      • Project method
    • Progressive Education Association
      • Laboratory schools
    Image retrieved from http://heilernet.de/prog_ed/Pr%E4sentation/Images/Kilpatrick2.jpg William Heard Kilpatrick
  • 10. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education
      • Although published in 1918, begin to have a greater influence in the 1930’s
      • Franklin Bobbitt
        • “social efficiency”
    Image retrieved from http://img.flipkart.com/bk_imgs/498/9788130706498.jpg 1918, “The Curriculum”
  • 11. 1920’s - 1930’s
    • “ modern” school system is complete
      • Kindergarten
      • Elementary school
      • Junior high
      • High school
      • Junior college
      • College
      • Graduate school
    Image retrieved from http://jimgrey.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/monroe1.jpg James Monroe School, South Bend, IN built in 1931
  • 12. 1920’s - 1930’s Image retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/images/079283710X/ref=dp_image_text_0?ie=UTF8&n=404272&s=video Our “teacher movie” for this time period is the original “Goodbye Mr. Chips” starring Robert Donat and Greer Garson. This movie came out in 1939 at the end of what we are calling the “progressive” era.
  • 13.
    • What were the major cultural characteristics of this era?
    • What were the primary class characteristics of this era?
    • Where did evolution play a role?
    • What educational practices were evident during this period?
    1920’s - 1930’s
  • 14.
    • http://www.animatedatlas.com/timeline.html
    • American History timeline: 1750-2005
    • http://www.legacy98.org/timeline.html
    • Timeline of Legal History of Women in the United States
    • http://www.pbs.org/wnet/aaworld/timeline/building_03.html
    • African-American World Timeline (hosted by PBS)
    1920’s - 1930’s links