3 edition of Herbartian contributions to history instruction in American elementary schools found in the catalog.
Herbartian contributions to history instruction in American elementary schools
|Statement||by Dorothy McMurry ...|
|Series||Teachers College, Columbia University. Contributions to education,, no. 920, Contributions to education ;, no. 920.|
|LC Classifications||LB648 .M3 1947|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., vii-viii p., 1 l., 172 p.|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||a 47003856|
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Create CreativeWork, schema:Book. The article provides information on the life and contributions of educator Johann Friedrich Herbart in the U.S. educational system. Herbart has been considered one of the earliest educators to think about teaching in scientific terms.
It relates that his influence had reached to various American educators all over the U.S. particularly to John Dewey.
was the first book of this new type. The attack upon the old was so daring and sudden and so en thu:;iastically pursued that victory was gained on every front.
Never in the history of American education was there such a clear ing of the ground for a new start and never such a clear-voiced challenge for constructive thinking.
Herbartianism (Her-bart-ti-an-ism) is an educational philosophy, movement, and method loosely based on the educational and pedagogical thought of German educator Johann Friedrich Herbart, and influential on American school pedagogy of the late 19th century as the field worked towards a science of education.
Herbart advocated for instruction that introduced new ideas in discrete steps. Jan 01, · Herbart's work, along with the contributions made by Herbartianists and contemporary input theorists, will occupy the following pages.
Herbart, according to Dewey, provides the best historical example of an educator who believes that education is largely a matter of teaching and learning the proper subject matter. John Locke's Contributions to Education Locke's Thoughts Concerning Education had gone through three editions between and it must have helped to arouse public opinion, for in an Act was asked for in Parliament "to remedy the foul abuse of children at schools, especially in the great schools of the nation.".
Herbart was very much focused on his studies, and “he barely saw the world outside his study and the classrooms” making “his world the world of books and only books”. Regardless of his relentless studying, he met an eighteen-year-old English girl named Mary Drake one night when playing a Alma mater: University of Jena.
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After studying under Johann Gottlieb Fichte at Jena (), Herbart worked as a tutor at Interlaken, Switz., from Feb 01, · In The National Herbart Society for the Scientific Study of Teaching, Herbartian contributions to history instruction in American elementary schools.
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