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UNIVERSIDAD MARIANO GALVEZ DE GUATEMALA
FACULTAD DE HUMANIDADES / ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS
TECNOLOGÍA DE INFORMACIÓN Y COMUNICACIÓN EN EDUCACIÓN
LICDA. SILVIA SOWA
NAME: Lesly Argueta Méndez
ID: 076-09-1459

SITE ADRESS | TOPIC AND SUBTOPICS | SUMMARIZED OF INFORMATION | CATEGORIES, PHASES, LISTS ETC. | PEOPLE INVOLVED | EXAMPLES (RESOURCES, EQUIPMENT, APPLICATIONS) | MY CONCLUSION |http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_education * History * Article | History | The education involves the past and present teaching and learning. The education through its history had been one of the aspects that had motivated the humanity’s develop. During his beginning it has been based on some values like cultural, social, morality, religion and then skills. | Over the years, the teacherhas required methods, techniques, guides to do the best way in education.It also has the formal education that consists in a systematic instruction, teaching and training by professional teachers through the pedagogy and development the curricula. | | An important resource is the curricula in which the education reflects history itself, history knowledge, beliefs, skills and cultural.Theeducational event is studied with the different guidelines like philosophical, religious, socials, and politics. | I think that is important to know the History of Education, because increase our knowledge based in the really world, and in our ancient ages.Learning about its history we can understand the evolution of education has developed and try to take account in our future. |http://history-world.org/history_of_education.htm * History * Article | Periods | In this opportunity the history of Education is divided in some periods: a) Ancient Greece b) Middle Ages. c) The Renaissance. d) The Reformation e) Century Europe. | These periods have their different goal, methods, techniques in which it has been developed during their stages. | | The curricular domains that theeducation have been develop are: a) Arts education. b) Business education. c) Language education d) Mathematics education. e) Science education. f) Technology education.And apply some method like: a) Conversation analysis. b) Factor analysis. c) Focus group. | I think that learn about the different periods is important because each stage have a different changes that the educationneeds develop in order to have a good education. |
| Ancient Greece | The main goal of education was to prepare the child for adults’ activities as a citizen. | Spiritual satisfaction, develop a secular life free. | Greeks | It represented aspects of the physical world like sun, the moon, and the sea. | In the ancient Greece a most important aspect was education of the people and achievedevelop in the society. |
| The Middle Ages | In it stage the Roman school system had disappeared. | The level of primitive education had it not been for the medieval church, but learning had survived of the Roman Empire. | Germanic tribes. | In drafty, inhospitable corridors of church schools, the lamp of learning and flickered badly. | During the time it took to transform education through theinfluence of the Germanic tribes. |
| The Renaissance | The main goal is the education to develop man’s intellectual, spiritual, and physical power for the life. | It began in Italy in the 14th century and in European countries in the 15th and 16th centuries. | Humanists | It against the narrowness and otherworldliness of the Middle Ages. | I think that this period stand out the culture and theeducation, because they try to make education independent of religion. |
| The Reformation | It involves the religious conflict that dominates men’s thoughts and the “humanistic” curriculum of the Protestant secondary schools. | During the 16th century and its aftermath. | The Protestant. | The Protestants’ need to defend their new regions resulted in the further sacrifice of “pagan” content...
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