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Educational Theory in American Schools: Philosophy in Action. Chapter 10. Teacher Centered Educational Theories.
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Instructive Theory in American Schools: Philosophy in real life Chapter 10

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Teacher Centered Educational Theories Perennialism: an instructive hypothesis that spotlights on persevering standards of learning; nature, human instinct, and the hidden standards of presence are viewed as consistent, experiencing little change

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Perennialism Focus of learning: exercises intended to teach the psyche Learners are balanced and otherworldly individuals Perennialist educational programs: the three Rs, character preparing, instructing the scholarly world class, exchange and aptitude preparing for others

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Essentialism An instructive hypothesis that holds that there is a typical center of data and abilities that an informed individual must have; schools ought to be sorted out to transmit this center of fundamental material

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Essentialism Common center of data and aptitudes that an informed individual in a given society must have Three fundamental standards: a center of data, diligent work and mental order, instructor focused guideline Back to rudiments development is essentialist Draws similarly from Idealism and Realism… imperative distinction in accentuation from the thoughts of everlasting truth that perennialists uphold

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Essentialism Focus of learning: transmit the social legacy and grow great subjects. Schools are spots where kids come to realize what they have to know and the instructor is the individual who can best train understudies in fundamental matters

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Behaviorism A mental hypothesis that declares that practices speak to the substance of a man and that all practices can be disclosed as reactions to jolts Closely connected to Realism… the earth, especially the interpersonal environment, shapes human conduct Reinforcement: constructive… things understudies like and antagonistic… things understudies wish to evade

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Positivism A social hypothesis that points of confinement truth and learning to what is perceptible and quantifiable Auguste Comte (1798-1857)… three authentic periods… religious time, things disclosed in reference to spirits and divine beings… mystical time, things clarified as far as causes, characters, inward standards… constructive period, scholars did not endeavor to go past detectable, quantifiable actuality

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Student Centered Educational Theories Progressivism… an instructive hypothesis that stresses that thoughts ought to be tried by experimentation and that learning is established in inquiries created by the learner Opposes tyranny and favors human experience as a premise for information, supports the logical technique furthermore understudy contribution Learning how to think instead of what to think

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Reconstructionism An instructive hypothesis that approaches schools to instruct individuals to control organizations and to be sorted out as per essential law based beliefs Progressivism excessively centered around the necessities of the kid and neglects to grow long range objectives for society Need to dissect world occasions, investigate dubious issues, build up a dream for another and better world

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Humanism A training hypothesis that fights that people are inherently great—that they are conceived free however get to be subjugated by foundations Not a clear slate yet conceived with certain natural qualities and propensities… "God makes all things great; man interferes with them and they get to be underhanded." Emile

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Humanism I-Thou connections as opposed to I-it People share their considerations, emotions, convictions, fears, and yearnings in a domain of minding Educational projects that address the requirements of the individual are typically more expensive per understudy than gathering focused projects… we live in a period of unit-cost examination

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Constructivism An instructive hypothesis that underlines hands-on, action based educating and learning amid which understudies build up their own casings of thought Closely connected with Existentialism Focuses on the customized way a learner disguises, shapes, or changes data that outcomes from the rise of new intellectual structures

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