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Professional education-philosophy CARL JUNG - psychological

CONFUCIUS - education of all, golden rule

Professional education subcategories of teacher EDWARD THORNDIKE - connectionism


movement/movement management
ERICK ERIKSON - psychosocial

IVAN PAVLOV - classical conditioning


1. THRUST- proceeding w/o assessing
JEAN PIAGET - cognitive
2. DANGLING- hanging activity by giving another
FROEBEL - father of kindergarten
3. TRUNCATION- leaves activity
PEZTALLOZI - realia, froebel’s protege
4. FLIP-FLOP returns to a left activity while currently doing an
JEROME BRUNER - instrumental conceptualism
activity
JOHN DEWEY - learning by doing
5. STIMULUS-BOUND- distracted
JOHN LOCKE - tabula rasa (blank sheet)
6. OVERDWELLING- overtime in one topic
KOHLERS - insight learning
7. OVERLAPPING- multitasking results negatively
LAURENCE KOHLBERG - moral development

LEV VYGOTSKY - social cognitivist,scaffloding


ISM’s IN EDUCATION
SIGMUND FREUD - psychosexual

WILLIAM SHELDON - physiological


BEHAVIORISM - change

ESSENTIALISM - basic
PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION
EXISTENTIALISM - choice

HUMANISM - build
HEDONISM - pleasure principle
IDEALISM - enough to mind
DOUBLE EFFECT - sacrifice for the good or bad
PERRENIALISM - constant
FORMAL COOPERATION - cooperation with will
PRAGMATISM - practice (T&E)
LESSER EVIL - choice of the less from twobad things
PROGRESSIVISM - improve
MATERIAL COOPERATION - cooperation w/o will
REALISM - enough to see

UTILITARIANISM - best

SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTIVISM - benefit of all

AIMS OF ERAS

FREUD’S PSYCHOSEXUAL/PSYCHOANALYTICAL THEORY


PRE-SPANISH - survival and conformity

SPANISH - christianity
1. ORAL(0-1 yrs.old) - infant
AMERICAN - democratic ideals and way of life
2. ANAL(1-3 yrs.old) - toddler
COMMONWEALTH - moral character,efficiency
3. PHALLIC - pre-school
JAPANESE - progress
4. LATENCY - school age

5. GENITAL - adolescense
PROF.ED PROPONENTS

OEDIPUS - son to mom


B. F. SKINNER - operant conditioning
ELECTRA - daughter to dad
BANDURA - modeling

BANDURA & WALLACE - social learning


LAWS IN EDUCATION
 Comprehension

PRC BR 435 - Code of Ethics for Prof. Teachers  Application

PD 1006 - Decree Professionalizing Teachers  Analysis

RA NO. 1425 - inclusion of the works of Jose Rizal  Synthesis

RA NO. 4670 - “Magna Carta for Public School Teacher”  Evaluation/remembering

RA 7722 - CHED  Understanding

RA 7796 - “ TESDA Act of 1994”  Applying

RA 7836 - Phil. Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994  Analyzing

RA 9155 - BEGA(Basic Education) or DepEd LAw  Evaluating

RA 9293 - Teacher Professionalization Act  Creating

RA 10533 - K-12 Law AFFECTIVE

Act No. 2706 - “Private School Law”  Receiving

Commonwealth Act No. 578 - “Person in Authority”  Responding

Kautusang Pangkagawaran Blg7 - Pilipino National Language”  Valuing

Proklama Blg 12 - Linggo ng Wika(Balagtas,Mr29-ap4)  Organizing

Proklama Blg 186 - Linggo ng Wika(Quezon,Ag13-19)  Characterization

Proklama Blg 1041 - Buwan ng Wika(Ramos)

Phil.Constitution Act 14 - ESTACS PSYCHOMOTOR

RA 1079 - No limit of civil service eligibility SIMPSON HARROW

RA 6655 - “Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988”  Perception

RA 6728 - “act providing Government assistance to Students  Set


and teachers in Private Education”
 Guided response
RA 7277 - Magna carta for PWD
 Mechanism
Ra 7610 - Anti-child abuse Law(amendment:RA 9231)
 Complex Overt Response
RA 7743 - establishment of public libraries
 Adaptation
RA 7877 - Anti-sexual Harassment Act of 1995
 Origination Reflex movement
RA 7880 - “fair and equitable access to education act”
 Fundamental movement
RA 8049 - Anti-hazing Law
 Physical movement
RA 8187 - Paternity Act
 Perceptual Abilities
RA 10627 - Anti-bullying
 Skilled Movement
SB 1987 ART. 14 SEK.6-9 - FILIPINO(National Language)
 Non-discursive Communication

BRUNER’S 3 MODES OF PRESENTATION


DALES CONE OF EXPERIENCE
1 ENACTIVE(0-1 yrs old) - action-based information
Read
2 ICONIC(1-6 yrs old) - Image-based info.
Hear
3 SYMBOLIC(7+) - code/symbols such as language
Picture

Video
TAXONOMY OF OBJECTIVES
Exhibit
COGNITIVE
Demonstration
BLOOM(LOTS)ANDERSON(HOTS)
Collaborative Work
 Knowledge
Simulation
Real Thing
Notable Names in Education Gobernadorcillo- mayors today
• Socrates - "know thy self" Napoleon Abueva- a recently awarded national artist for sculpture
• Plato - wrote the "Republic" Jones law- as soon as stable gov't can be established
• Aristotle - Father of Moderm Sciences Constitution- fundamental law of the phillipines.
• Cicero - Wrote the "ORATORE" Utilitarianism- the economic policy that good actiob is one that helps the greatest
• Quintillian - Wrote " Institution Oratoria" he was a famous grammaticus number of people.
• Anselm - father of scholasticism Monopoly- when one controls the supply/production of goods
• Abelard - spearheaded Conceptualism Mercantilism- discover new lands
• St Thomas Aquinas - wrote " Summa Theologiae" Meritocracy- leadership by people of talent
• Erasmus - suggested that education be in accordance with the needs of society he Check and balance- safeguard
was a humanist who advocated the importance of studying the character of the child. NCCA- agency tasked to norture phil. Arts
• Ascham - wrote the "Schoolmaster" condemning brutal punishment in English Underwood simmons act- full free trade
schools during his Time Payne Aldrich act- partial free trade
• John Amos Comenius - father of modern education, he wrote the first picture book Matriarchal family - mother is the head of the family
"Orbis Sensualium Pictus". Father pedro pelaez- spanish mestizo priest led secular clergy.
• Francis Bacon - wrote "The New Atlantis" Dangling- leaving a topic without finalizing it.
• Mulcaster - said that "Education should be in accordance with nature. Thrust- students are not ready, no clear direction.
• John Locke - " tabula rasa" ( blank sheet) Truncation- smoothness is gone because of inserting unrelated topic and not being
• Jean Jacques Rosseau - wrote " Emile" ( Education should be in accordance with able to return to the original topic.
the nature of the child) REVIEW MATERIALS IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (Part 1)
• Peztallozi - defined education as natural, symmetrical and harmonious
development of the faculties of the child. 1. Who viewed curriculum as a permanent studies?
• Herbart - conceived education as aimed towards the development of morality and *Robert Hutchins
virtue. He is famous for the Herbatian Method in psychology. 2. Which person stated that “ curriculum are all experiences in the classroom which
• Froebel - father of kindergarten are planned and enacted by the teacher, and also learned by the students.
• John Dewey - " Education is not a preparation for life, it is life ". *Marsh and Willis
• St John Baptiste de la Salle - patron saint of teachers 3. What do we call curriculum that were proposed by scholars and professional
•Maria Montessori - advocated the child-centered education and prepared organizations?
environment *Recommended curriculum
4. Which curriculum is visible in school, district, division or country documents?
*Written curriculum
5. What type of curriculum is tested and evaluated?
#PROFED *Assessed Curriculum
6. Which curriculum is concerned with materials that should support or help in the
Fathers of different Fields
implementation of written curriculum?
★Father of Biology: Aristotle *Supported Curriculum
★Father of Physics: Albert Einstein 7. What type of curriculum pertains to the learning outcomes achieved by the
students?
★Father of Chemistry: Jabir Bin Hayan
*Learned Curriculum
★Father of Statistics: Ronald Fisher 8. Which curriculum is concerned with the unintended curriculum?
★Father of Zoology: Aristotle *Hidden Curriculum
9. Who presented curriculum as a science that “ emphasizes on students’ need?
★Father of History: Herodotus
*Franklin Bobbit
★Father of Microbiology: Louis Pasteur 10. Who stated that curriculum is a set of experiences?
★Father of Botany: Theophrastus *Hollis Caswell
11. Which person stated that curricula are purposeful activities which are child
★Father of Algebra: Diophantus centered?
★Father of Blood groups: Landsteiner * William Kilpatrick
★Father of Electricity: Benjamin Franklin 12. What level in the cognitive domain is concerned with recall or remembering
prior learning?
★Father of Trigonometry: Hipparchus *Knowledge
★Father of Geometry: Euclid 13. What is referred to as the ability to grasp meaning of material?
★Father of Modern Chemistry: Antoine Lavoisier *Comprehension
14. What do we call the ability to pass judgment on something based on given
★Father of Robotics: Nikola Tesla criteria?
★Father of Electronics: Ray Tomlinson *Evaluation
★Father of Internet: Vinton Cerf 15. Which is being described by the students willingness to pay attention to
particular event, stimuli or classroom activities?
★Father of Economics: Adam Smith *receiving
★Father of Video game: Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. 16. What do we call the ability to break down materials into component parts
★Father of Architecture: Imhotep so that its organizational structure may be understood?
*Analysis
★Father of Genetics: Gregor Johann Mendel 17. What do we call the ability to put parts together to form a new whole?
★Father of Nanotechnology: Richard Smalley *Synthesis
18. What is the focus of learner centered curriculum?
★Father of Robotics:;Al-Jazari
*Interests
★Father of C language: Dennis Ritchie 19. Which subject refers to the skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing
★Father of World Wide Web: Tim Berners-Lee as well as the effective use of language in daily living?
*Communication
★Father of Search engine: Alan Emtage
20. What subject is includes numeric and computational skills?
★Father of Periodic table: Dmitri Mendeleev *Mathematics
★Father of Taxonomy: Carolus Linnaeus 21. This subject includes psychomotor and manipulative skills.
*Vocational Education
★Father of Surgery (early): Sushruta
22. What is the basis of authenticity of a subject?
★Father of Mathematics: Archimedes *Validity
★Father of Medicine: Hippocrates 23. What characteristics of curriculum pertains to the fair distribution of subjects
depth and breadth?
★Father of Homeopathy: Samuel Hahnemann
*Balance
★Father of Law: Cicero 24. What is known as logical arrangement of subjects?
YOU MUST REVIEW!!! *Sequence
25. Which is known as constant repetition, review and reinforcement of learning?
Ferdinand Marcos- promised to make his country great again.
*Continuity
Ramon Magsaysay- "the man of the masses"
26. What is known as the environment of the curriculum?
Rodrigo Duterte- A pres. From mindanao
*Context
Marcelo H. Del pilar- "frailocracia" term given to hidden control.
27. Which is referred to the ways and means of how the curriculum has been
Diego delos Rios- last spanish governor-general of the phil.
implemented?
Miguel lopez de legaspe- first spanish governor-general of the phil.
a. *Process
Gregoria de jesus- wife of Andres Bonifacio
28. The accomplishment of curriculum is visible in terms of the achievement
Graciano lopez Jaena- first editor of La Solidaridad and an orator of the reform
of________.
movement.
*product
Jose dela cruz- pen name " husing sisiw"
29. In the teaching process, which stage includes decision about the needs of
Jose Corazon de Jesus- pen name " husing batute"
the learners, the achievable goals and objectives to meet the needs and the
Teodoro A. Agoncillo- tinatawag siyang " madamdaming mananalaysay" ni carmen
selection of the content to be taught, motivation to carry out the goals and the
nakpil
strategies most fit to carry out the goals and the evaluation process to measure
Writ of amparo- Right to life, liberty, and security
the learning outcomes.
Writ of habeas data- information privacy
*Planning phase
Writ of habeas corpus- the right to question of an individual why he is being arrested
30. The stage in teaching process which requires the teacher to implement what
Right of eminent domain- the gov't. Wants a piece of land for a gov't proj. The owner
has been planned.
resisted the goverments demand.. The gov't may own the land.
*implementation phase
Right of way- the law allows such passage
31. In the features of curriculum, who teaches?
*The Teacher
32. Which feature is concerned with how do teachers teach?
*Strategies and methods
33. How many tracks do we have in the K to 12 curriculum?
*Four
34. For those students who would like to take science, technology, engineering
and mathematics, what tracks should be taken?
*Academics
35. What do we call the tracks that is concerned with the development of skills?
*Technical-vocational
36. What is the process of collecting information for use in evaluation?
*Curriculum Assessment
37. Which refers to the various ways of teaching, teaching styles, approaches,
techniques and steps in delivering the curriculum?
Instruction
38. What do we call the content of instruction?
*Subject matter
39. What is expressed in terms of competencies?
*Objectives
40. What do we call the implementation of curriculum in small group?
*Piloting