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  • Functions ofEducationTopic 21
  • ObjectivesBy the end of the topic, students will be able to:•Identify the functions of education;•Define the function of socialization as what we learn andhow we learn it;•Describe the function of cultural transmission and theprocess of passing on culture;•Define the function of selection and allocation as thesorting process; and•Define the function of change and innovation as theprocess of looking to the future2
  • Content2. Introduction2.1. Functions of Socialization2.2. Functions of Cultural Transmission2.3. Functions of Social Control and Personal Development2.4. Functions of Selection and Allocation2.5. Functions of Change and Innovation3
  • Introduction• Education is the engine that moves society toward acommon destiny.• There are 2 basic functions: to build good citizens &productive citizens (general perspective)4
  • Introduction (con.)• Education included formal and informal experiences thattrain, discipline, and shape the mental and physical potentialof the maturing person (Ferrante, 2008).• Ideal education varies according to:• Time• Place• Purposes:• to meet the society’s needs• To create independent thinkers• To free children from the constraint of family, peer, culture ..5
  • Discussion• How can you prepare your students forthe future?6
  • 2-1 Functions of Socialization• What is “Socialization”?• Socialization is dynamic and not static in human progress,that it plays an effective part in social change.• Sociologists and social psychologists define “Socialization”as the process of learning one’s culture and how to livewithin it.7
  • Social Functions8“community of ideas andsentiments without whichthere is no society”Building love for thecountry!!Broaden horizon, making themaware of conditioning influencingand encourage them to thinkIntegratepeople fromall differentRejecting or accepting.Solve varieties ofproblems
  • Two main issues 9
  • How children learn?• How do children learn rights and wrongs, values androles of socialization?• They are socialized• They are taught• Educational systems socialized students to becomemembers of society, to play meaningful roles in thecomplex network of interdependent positions (Ballantine,2001)10
  • 2-2 Functions of CulturalTransmission 11
  • Cultural Transmission• Cultural transmission in school focuses on:• What is taught• Answering questions:• What culture is transmitted?• What should be transmitted?• What should be the goals of the curriculum?• Curriculum content is influenced by certain concerns andtrends in society, teachers and school administrators mayexpresses preferences for certain materials and classroomorganization and reject others; so as the structure,composition, hierarchy, philosophy, and the architectureof any one school influences the curriculum contentwithin that school.12
  • Cultural Transmission• Cultural transmission is a universal process, seriousthoughts are very much concern on what culture shouldbe transmitted.• There are expectations concerning ideas about the“Products” that school should produce.• These expectations are built into the curriculum thatprovides for instruction in areas seen as desirable throughthe planned experiences in line with the concerns and trendsin the society.13
  • School?• Schools are believed to serve the crucial function ofpreparing young people for society (Parsons, 1959)• School are one place where individuals and communitiescan dig in and take a stand; where in other institutionsthis might be uncontrollable.• Any decision about the content of the curriculumrepresents broader issues about power and control ofpeople’s lives, what happen to their children, and changesin their communities.14
  • Learning?• Learning is process that is not only influenced by theteacher, but a myriad of other factors such as the teachingtechniques, classroom setting, formal or informalmaterials, child’s ability, motivation, interest in thesubject matter, readiness to learn, retentiveness, valuesand attitudes, relationship with the teacher feelings aboutself, relationship with peers, background experiences,environmental pressures for learning, family support forlearning, and the atmosphere of the school and classroom.• There are 2 issues related to passing on culture :• What teaching techniques are most effective in producinglearning outcomes; and• What role critical thinking plays in education15
  • 2-3. F. of social control & PersonalDevelopment• What is “Social Control”?• Social Control includes social mechanism – cross cultural(Emile Durkheim called this forms of social control isRegulation) – that regulate individual and group behavior,leading to conformity and compliances to the rules of agiven society or social group.16
  • Two basic forms 17Adapted from Jary & Jary 1991⌘ Schools are expected to instill values related to social control andpersonal development
  • Roles of school 18
  • What happen in school?• What happen when the process of discipline is control inschool?• It creates Dilemmas and Controversies19
  • Discussion• In what situation might “Authoritarian Discipline” bemost effective in solving school discipline problems?• How about the humanistic approach in dealing withschool discipline problems?20
  • 2-4. Function of Selection and Allocation• Schools tends to act preparing students for workforce.21
  • 2-5. F. of Change & Innovation• Schools are considered as change agents that play a verycritical role in the successful initiation, implementation,and continuation of planned educational change.• In classroom, teachers are change agents that mustprocess knowledge of innovation that can be gainedthrough experience or study, have positive attitude, showconfidence, and encourage students’ participation.22
  • Discussion• To your personal view, what should you do to be readyfor the class in which students use laptop?• What is the class like?• What will be the difficulties?• What should you do to make use of this modern classroom?23
  • Summary• How many primary functions are there ineducation mentioned in this topic?• What are the two main issues when educationis functioning of socialization?• What does “early childhood program” provideour children?• Why are teachers considered as crucial changeagents in the classrooms?24
  • Thanks for Your Participation25
  • • Introduction• What are the difficulties you are facing in your classroom?• How do you identify the problem facing?• Body• How can you use the concepts of educational sociology to tackle it?• Which theories/concepts should be used?• What teaching techniques can be applied to solve the mentionedproblem(s)?• Explain the reasons why these theories/concepts and techniquesare used.• Results and Discussion• Is learning community created in your classroom after this solution?• What are the results?• Is student achievement/participation better?• Conclusion 26