History of Education PDE701

History of Education PDE701

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The Contributions of Great Education Philosophers

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1. Identify and discuss Five (5) Great Education Philosophers who contributed to the course of learning over the centuries.
2. Explain the contributions of Plato to Education.
3. Identify and discuss the major contributions of Pestalozzi to educational development.
4. Discuss Socrates’s real contributions to education. PDE701 Pg 19
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Five Formal Steps in Teaching by Johann Friedrich Herbert

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1. Discuss five (5) formal steps in teaching as advocated by Johann Friedrich Herbert
2. Discuss the five (5) formal steps in teaching as advocated by Johann Friedrich Herbert in (1906)
3. Discuss the teaching steps as advocated by John Herbert. (25 marks)
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2021 (Q2) How will you compare the Spartan education with the present system in Nigeria? Present your answer with examples

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Spartans System of education
1. For excellence in athletics and other physically demanding roles, there must be constant training.
2. In addition to formal education in the classroom, youth should be allowed to try other informal training that will help them realize how they can be independent and survive.

2021 (Q3) Outline the major contributions of Sophists to education

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Major contributions of Sophists to education
(i) They pointed attention to the grammar of the language.
(ii) They taught such items as genders, tenses, moods and the like.
(iii) They established the fact that the language has structure which has to be mastered in order to speak, write, and think well.
(iv) They improved the study of prose.
(v) They helped the use of rhetoric as an art of public speaking.
(vi) They developed the use of logic, the science of proper reasoning.
(vii) In general, it is the general view today that these itinerant teachers initiated a method of higher education, which somehow restricts individual Sophist to specialize in one area and not in the other.

 

2019 (Q2) Discuss the five (5) formal steps in teaching as advocated by Johann Friedrich Herbert in (1906)

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John Herbert was born in 1776 in Germany. He was acquainted with Pestalozzi from whom he must have definitely learnt a few ideas. He wrote several books in Philosophy.
He advocated five (5) formal steps in teaching which are summarised here:
1. Preparation, which is a process of relating new materials to be learned to relevant past ideas so as to give the pupil a vital interest in the topic;
2. Presentation, i.e. the process of presenting new material by means of concrete objects or actual experience;
3. Association, thorough assimilation of the new idea through comparison with earlier held ideas and consideration of their similarities and differences in order to implant the new idea in the mind;
4. Generation, which is a procedure especially important to the instruction of adolescents and which is designed to develop the mind beyond the level of insight and the concrete; and
5. Application, i.e. using acquired knowledge not in a purely utilitarian way, but in a way that every learned idea becomes a part of the functional mind and for every day purposes. This step will be possible only if the student immediately applies the new idea, making it his own.

2016 (Q3 A) Critically examine any five (5) threats impeding the development of education in Nigeria. (15 marks)

1. There is increase in population.
2. The management and maintenance of education facilities are capital intensive, which the government alone cannot bear now.
3. Continued decrease in government budgetary allocation to the sector over the years.
4. Immediate attention is not giving to capital projects in the education sector.

2015 (Q2 A) Discuss the development of teacher education in Nigeria. (5 marks)

After independence, teacher education had two major problems – low output of teachers and poor quality of the teachers produced. To meet the two problems government granted the provision of additional Grade II Training Colleges and extra streams to the existing ones.

2013 (Q1 A) What do you understand by the concept "History"? (12 1/2 marks)

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