Theories of Contemporary Educational Institutions ( The first theories of…
Theories of Contemporary Educational Institutions
Introduction to Education and Contemporary Educational Institutions
Pedagogy is a set of knowledge that deals with education as a typically social and specifically human phenomenon.
Education is a permanent and integral process of interaction through which there is an individual and group learning
Pedagogy and Education Sciences.
Pedagogy and the Sciences of Education deal with all issues of development and instruction of each individual person so that they can display an autonomous and responsible life in society and the community.
Main educational agents.
The two main educational agents, at least during childhood and early adolescence, are the family and the school,
Formal, not formal and informal.
Formal education: learning normally offered by an education or training center, with a structured character.
Similarities between them
The similarity is that learning can take any form and take place at any time of life and therefore encompasses the notion of lifelong learning:
Differences between them
The formal education is the one given in schools, colleges and institutions of formation; the non-formal is associated with community and civil society groups and organizations
Modalities and strategies.
Modalities to the set of differentiated and specialized options in which an educational level can be organized in order to meet the training needs of specialized human resources.
The School system.
Evolution of the school system
The first mass education systems emerged in the second half of the nineteenth century in various countries of Europe and the United States of America..
Foundations of the School System.
The educational system is based on goals, organization and structure to develop the curriculum
El sistema Escolar panameño
The Panamanian school system focuses its efforts in accordance with the following policies:
Promotion of the democratization of educational services. • Priority attention to the improvement of the quality of education. • Search for modern, decentralized and efficient planning and management. • Enlargement of the participation of the family and the community in education.
International bases of education
Education and Latin American countries
Education, in addition to being a fundamental human right, is an essential factor and, on a more general level, to achieve the primary objective of alleviating poverty.
International overview of Primary and Secondary Education.
The Panorama that presents at an international level education in relation to primary and secondary education
Education and the European Union (EU).
The European Commission has a Commissioner who brings education, training, culture and multilingualism together in a single portfolio.
The first theories of Pedagogical Modernity
Rousseau, Pestalozzi, Fröebel, Herbart.
Rousseau, believed in the original purity of children and in the deformations that could be produced by the circumstances of social life
It's called experimentalism, as opposed to classicism, to all that artistic manifestation
The New School: principles and methodological contributions (Montesori, Decroly and others).