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TRADITIONAL AND MODERN EDUCATION BY FERNANDA QUINCHIMBA

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TRADITIONAL AND MODERN EDUCATION BY FERNANDA QUINCHIMBA

  1. 1. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ECUADOR FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION LANGUAGES SCHOOL FIFTH SEMESTER MULTILINGUAL FERNANDA QUINCHIMBA TOPIC: TRADITIONAL AND MODERN EDUCATION
  2. 2. Since the human being in its essence social thought has believed in education as part of its efforts to that knowledge and considered as valid values ​​were preserved and transmitted from generation to generation.
  3. 3. The reality of our time: social, political, economic and educational course, is socio-historically conditioned, because what we consider to be acceptable to our society, not be so sure after several decades.
  4. 4. So, responding to each of these questions will know a little more the past, we will better understand the present and, perhaps, we can
  5. 5. TRADITIONAL EDUCATION FOCUSED ON THE TEACHING
  6. 6. In traditional education, the end was only known for the educator The traditional system based on the acquisition of knowledge through the division of learning according to the age of the student. To achieve this increase in skills and knowledge, this system relies on two fundamental axes: the Professor and reference books.
  7. 7. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF TRADITIONAL EDUCATION: Advantages of traditional education: The text books and consultation that are used bring contents of easy interpretation. Students are in contact with their classmates and have similar experiences
  8. 8. Disadvantages of traditional education: The information is not obtained through applied knowledge, but based on superficial experiences and information. Classes are not personalized, in each classroom teacher must attend at least 20 students learning different rhythms at the same time. WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE TRADITIONAL EDUCATION? It doesn´t admit changes They considered it´s perfect  and teacher is the center and the students are the recipients.
  9. 9. USE OF BLOGS IN MODERN EDUCATION: Technological development:  The main educational tools give opportunities for learning, because they allow a channel of informal communication between teacher and students  The workspace in the traditional way are transformed from classroom to a virtual space that revolves around the students.  Students are active people of knowledge allowing the free flow of ideas  The main disadvantages of tool to be used in processes of education lies basically in the perseverance and commitment that students and teachers have  Teachers can use Blogs to reach students in new ways, without having to limit their interaction exclusively to the classroom. For example, by publishing materials immediately and allowing access to information or resources to carry out projects and classroom activities, optimizing the time as well. Also, offers students the possibility of improving the academic content, enriched with multimedia elements as: videos, sounds, pictures, animations, or other
  10. 10.  Modern education are some models that are use actually  Now education differs greatly from traditional education  This has been creating and evolving models with which students are seen as individuals can create their own knowledge  The teacher innovate new ways to study  Employing all the strategies, methods, dynamics, theories, and resources appropriate to the needs of students  Modern education requires the active participation of teachers and pupils, parents  Modern education is based on Skills Development, where students can create their own knowledge: to solve problems of life always based on values  Not forgetting the good use of TICs as an educational resource considering digital skills  The center of the class is the student. The teacher is also a guide  Education is social activity (it’s the environment) MODERN EDUCATION
  11. 11. STATUS OF EDUCATION IN ECUADOR ILLITERACY  The situation of education in Ecuador is dramatic, characterised by: persistence of illiteracy, low levels of schooling, repetition rates, high school dropout, poor quality of education, poor educational infrastructure and educational material.  Illiteracy is associated with the absence of opportunities for access to the school, and the problem is related to the low quality of schooling and with the phenomena of repellence and desertion.
  12. 12. LITERACY CAMPAIGN The national program for basic education for young people and adults (EBJA) for the period 2011 - 2013 is aimed at reducing the illiteracy rate in 2, 8% until May of 2013. Porcentaje Cantidad 6,8 676 945 2,8 278 742 Arranque 149 459 2,13 210 000 0,67 68 742
  13. 13. BUDGET LED TO EDUCATION EDUCATION BUDGET WITH LOW GROWTH  STUDENTS. For each child the State invests an annual value.  Total spending on education presented a growth of 5.4 % of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2011, to 5.8 % in 2012. Figures  99.9 % of the budget for basic education and high school is intended for current spending.  0.01 % of the budget is being used in investment.  $574,109 Are the total spending on education for investment, according to the approved budget.
  14. 14. GENERAL BUDGET OF THE STATE CONSOLIDATED IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FROM 2009
  15. 15. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION
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