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Educational system<br />It took 3 and a half century before the colonial government set up a school system. <br />The colo...
Dark Ages<br />
Dark Age school<br />
Friars teaches the sacristans and other lay people to become the teacher<br />
1591 <br />Governor Dasmarinas ordered part of the tribute (taxes) from encomiendas be used to maintain schools. <br />The...
<ul><li>The school in the doctrinas cannot be regarded as a school system in the modern sense. They were simply school of ...
Formal Schools<br />Beaterio<br />colegios<br />
Colegio de santarosa<br />
Schools<br />Artillery School (1754)<br />Naval Academy (1812)<br />Marine School (1820)<br />School of Commercial account...
Dictionaries<br />Francisco Blancas de San Jose OP<br />Arte y Regla de la lengua Tagala.<br />Konown as the Demosthenes o...
Francisco Blancas de San Jose OP<br />
Dictionaries<br />Grammar Tagalog dictionary by Juan Quinones 1851<br />First Cebu-Visayan grammar in Arte del idoma bisay...
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Educational system ii

  1. 1. Educational system<br />It took 3 and a half century before the colonial government set up a school system. <br />The colonials initiated the establishment of schools – they introduced the parochial school concept practiced in Europe during the dark ages. <br />
  2. 2. Dark Ages<br />
  3. 3. Dark Age school<br />
  4. 4. Friars teaches the sacristans and other lay people to become the teacher<br />
  5. 5. 1591 <br />Governor Dasmarinas ordered part of the tribute (taxes) from encomiendas be used to maintain schools. <br />The friars disregarded the laws mandating them to use Spanish; they rather taught the children in the native dialect. <br />Portrait of Gov. Dasmarinas<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>The school in the doctrinas cannot be regarded as a school system in the modern sense. They were simply school of primary letter operated solely in aid of religious instruction. They were not graded schools. There was no concept of lower or higher school in the doctrina. The friar’s school was the only school, the highest school. Moreover, because the laws and ordinaces were silent in operational matters, the administration or conduct of the individual schools were governed only by the whims of the friars and by the rulers of their respective corporations. </li></li></ul><li>Parochial Schools<br />
  7. 7. Formal Schools<br />Beaterio<br />colegios<br />
  8. 8. Colegio de santarosa<br />
  9. 9. Schools<br />Artillery School (1754)<br />Naval Academy (1812)<br />Marine School (1820)<br />School of Commercial accounting (1839)<br />School of Commerce (1840)<br />Telegraphy (1842)<br />School of Fine Arts (1849)<br />
  10. 10. Dictionaries<br />Francisco Blancas de San Jose OP<br />Arte y Regla de la lengua Tagala.<br />Konown as the Demosthenes of Tagalog language. <br />Opened a printing press in Abucay with Tomas Pinpin in 1610. <br />
  11. 11. Francisco Blancas de San Jose OP<br />
  12. 12. Dictionaries<br />Grammar Tagalog dictionary by Juan Quinones 1851<br />First Cebu-Visayan grammar in Arte del idoma bisaya by Cristobal Ximenez S.J. early 1600.<br />In 1711 Vocabulario de la Lengua Bisaya by Matheo Sanchez S.J.<br />

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