Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Essentialism

7,666 views

Published on

One theory of education. Less is more.

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

Essentialism

  1. 1. ESSENTIALISM Joy Marie D. Blasco BEED-ENGLISH IV
  2. 2. INTRODUCED BY WILLIAM BAGLEY
  3. 3. -Learning of essential knowledge -Deep knowledge on core subjects. -Values and good practices.
  4. 4. Teacher-centered subject-matter oriented
  5. 5. STUDENTS SHOULD adjust to the teachers
  6. 6. Transmission of knowledge in an ‘organized and systematic’ way
  7. 7. Taking up of introductory courses and applying what has been learned.
  8. 8. Required to master a set of information before being promoted to a higher level.
  9. 9. Does not focus on individual learning styles.
  10. 10. They believe that… Specific and basic information, skills and discipline Main focus of essentialism Students must learn from established fundamentals of education (basic theory, basic subjects).
  11. 11. Advantages of essentialismExtremely orderly, academically systematic, and emphasizes discipline. Disadvantages of essentialism No emphasis on student’s needs and interests. May cause a cultural delay between the student and society.
  12. 12. Method: sit in rows and taught (lectured) in masses.
  13. 13. Evaluation method: achievement test scores

×