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History of the Philipine Educational System

History of the Philipine Educational System

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HISTORY OF THE PHILIPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
 The present educational system the Filipinos now enjoy did not happenovernight
It is the product of a long, painful and tideous process of evaluation andchange
It evolved from one period to another, to the presentIMPLICATIONS TO PRESENT EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM1.Practices such as initation, observation and participation, dictation.Memorization, debate and disputation, trial and error, and question andanswer are still being done.2.Oriental and Western philosophies became the foundations of thepresent educational ideologies.3.Rouseau’s three modern philosophies of teaching: the principle of of growth, principles of activity, and the principles of individualization, arebases of our educational system4.The beginning of modern education can be attributed to the RenaissancePeriod.5.The concept that formal discipline is necessary to educate both minds andbody is evident in some schools.6.The inductive method founded by Jonathan Herbart is widely used.7.Maria Montessori introduced the “Casa Bambina” which influenced ourearly childhood education.8.Friedrich Froebel, known as the father of Kindergarten, impressed uponthe peole that the aim of education should be focused on the developmentof the child.9.Johana Pestalozi expounded that all learning are based on pupil activitiesthrough his senses.10.John Dewey influenced present practices by his idea that education is aprocess of social activity.11.The stages of Cognitive Development by Jean Piaget is recognized as oneof the best contributions to the educational system.12.Edward Thorndike made outstanding contribution through his three laws:readiness, exercise, and effect.13.The aim of education for the preservation and progress of society can beattributed to John Dewey.14.Individualized instruction being practiced today originated during theperiod of humanism.

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