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Education, and Physical Education in Modern Europe Industrial Revolution and Nationalism. KPE 260 – Winter, 2001 Dr. D. Frankl. Physical Education in Educational Nationalism.
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Instruction, and Physical Education in Modern Europe Industrial Revolution and Nationalism KPE 260 – Winter, 2001 Dr. D. Frankl

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Physical Education in Educational Nationalism Loyalties in view of national beliefs go back to antiquated Greece. Regular racial inception, land, dialect, religion and society are components of a Nation. Patriotism in Europe turned into an unmistakable power around the 1750s Being a man without a nationality in the 21 st Century is an extremely upsetting thought.

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The Forces Behind Nationalism Crusades cultivated a feeling of national solidarity in France Christian-Moslem wars created nationalistic assessments in Spain The innovation of printing encouraged the spread of national writing The American and French transformations animated nationalistic and liberal developments around the world. The modern upheaval additionally advanced patriotism Van Dalen and Bennett (1971, pp. 199-200)

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Education and Nationalism Education saw as best method for national advancement and riches Nationalistic training infers influence in the specific political philosophy of the state (get to be capable and willing to battle for one's country) Stresses the development of municipal excellencies as stood out from before religious and humanistic objectives Van Dalen and Bennett (1971, pp. 200-201)

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Education, PE and Nationalism The universally useful of a national instruction is to advance social and political homogeneity (basic dialect, history, topography, writing, and old stories). Physical training is an imperative part of the educational programs since it improves wellness and abilities important for national wellbeing. Likewise, it adds to patriotism and constructs group soul.

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Education and Nationalism Nationalistic instructive frameworks are state upheld and state controlled. Such is the situation in most European nations. In the US the individual states have restrictive right of instructive control What are a portion of the issues that our instructive framework is confronted with? How do these issues influence physical instruction?

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German Educational Nationalism 19 th century Germany – made up of ~300 states and city states 1806- - Prussia crushed by Napoleon's resident's armed force (Treaty of Tilsit) Napoleon Bonaparte http://www.lucidcafe.com/lucidcafe/library/95aug/napoleon.html

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German Educational Nationalism (b) 1813—Napoleon's armed force vanquished at the Battle of the countries at Leipzig Metternich hushed the liberal voices 1871 Otto von Bismarck – Prussian "Iron Chancellor" makes the German Empire Otto von Bismarck http://www.ssa.gov/history/ottob.html

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German Educational Nationalism (C) 1914-1918 – WWI 1919-1933 – The Weimar Republic was a short majority rule time between the Empire (1871-1918) and the National Socialist Party – "Nazi" (1933-1945)

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German Educational Nationalism (d) Physical training in Germany paralleled national legislative issues PE most proclaimed amid liberal developments and stifled amid reactionary periods

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Guts Muths (1759-1839) (Grandfather of German Gymnastics) Among different distributions his Gymnastics for Youth and Games is one of the main volumes composed by a physical instructor An adherent of Rousseau, he added recreations and swimming to the system One of the soonest endeavors to create aerobatic utilizing the logical technique

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19 th Century German Education Classroom 1850 Gymnastics period, 1880 Images: http://www.schulmuseum.handshake.de/guide2.htm

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Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746-1827) ( A Swiss teacher ) "His dedication to social equity, enthusiasm for ordinary structures and the advancements he made in tutoring hone make Pestalozzi an interesting center for study." Pestalozzi with a gathering of kids around 1805 http://www.infed.org/masterminds/et-pest.htm

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Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi "Tumbling advance a soul of union and selfless relationship and in addition propensities for industry, openness and candor of character, individual fearlessness, and masculine behavior when one experiences torment." Strongly advanced and upheld vaulting for ladies and moms

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Friedrich Fröbel ( 1782-1852) " Come, let us live for our kids!" Fröbel established the kindergarten. Kids new love and can thrive in a little world where they can play with their associates and appreciate the essence of first freedom. kindergarten Curriculum included: diversions and melodies development blessings and occupations

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Words of Friedrich Fröbel • "Kids resemble little blooms; they are shifted and need care, yet each is wonderful alone and grand when found in the group of associates." "A youngster who plays and works completely, with diligence, until physical exhaustion restricts will without a doubt be an intensive, decided individual, equipped for selflessness." http://www.geocities.com/froebelweb/frobel.html

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The "Blacks" (Liberal Gymnasts) Charles Follen (1795-1840) Charles Beck (1798-1866) Francis Lieber (1800-1872) Members of a gathering of German migrants who established the framework for Physical Education in America.

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Friedrich Ludwig Jahn (1778-1852) (Father of German Gymnastics and Turner Societies) Preached for solid national solidarity Felt extreme scorn for anything outside Published " Die Deutsche Turnkunst " (1816) " … physical instruction was not the objective; it was a way to a national end " "Frish, frei, frohlich, fromm" (striking, free, happy, & devout) Image source: http://cbc4kids.ca/

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Carl Diem (1882-1962) (Father of German Physical Education) 1906 - participation on the German Olympic Committee 1913 - German Sport Badge (in view of a Swedish Test Berlin Teacher Education Institute Organizer of the 1936 Nazi Olympics 1936 first light hand-off by 3000 runners held from Greece to Germany Forced to leave from workforce position since his better half had Jewish heritage Excavated Olympia in Greece after the Nazis took influence in 1936

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Adolf Spiess (1810-1858) (originator of school aerobatic in Germany) Published Systems of Gymnastics and Manual of Gymnastics for Schools Spiess formalized Jahn's framework for use in the schools Developed extraordinary projects for young ladies and the exceptionally youthful. Underlined the body, control, and good and social qualities Unlike Jahn's political accentuation, Spiess was centered around instruction

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Nazi Educational Nationalism National Socialists influenced the pendulum from a "tyke focused" to a "country focused" training. The results of the disciplinary and physically requesting Spartan training were fanatically steadfast, intrepid, and confrontational Nazi youth. " Also You "

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Educational Nationalism in Denmark Franz Nachtegall had substantial impact in bringing physical training into government funded schools of Denmark and into educator arrangement. He in the long run turned into the Director of Gymnasts for all of Denmark. In 1799, he set up the main open air exercise center dedicated totally to physical preparing.