DEWEY'S AND TYLER'S CURRICULAR APPROACHES - Coggle Diagram
DEWEY'S AND TYLER'S CURRICULAR APPROACHES
Older approach, linked to behaviorism.
Anyone who has to design a curriculum will first have to go to three sources:
Design of objectives
2.Learning experience selection.
3.Organization of learning experiences.
Dewey's methodological approach consists of 5 phases:
Consideration of some actual, real experience of the child.
Identification of a problem or difficulty arising from that experience.
Inspection of available data, as well as search for viable solutions.
Formulation of the hypothesis of solution.
Verification of the hypothesis by action.
"I believe that the individual who is educated is a social individual, and that society is an organic union of individuals....
Education cannot be dissociated from each other.
The main concept related to the theory of knowledge is "EXPERIENCE".
Dynamic conception of the person, proposes the reconstruction of moral-social practices and beliefs.
School=reconstruction of the social order, educator guides and orients students
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