My Foundation of Education

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My Foundation of Education by Mind Map: My Foundation of Education

1. Politics of Education

1.1. Perspective

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1.1.3. 3.

1.2. •History of U.S. Education

1.2.1. Reform Movement 1. 2. 3.

1.2.2. Historical Interpretation 1. 2. 3.

1.3. Vision

1.3.1. 1.

1.3.2. 2.

1.3.3. 3.

2. •Sociological Perspectives

3. •Philosophy of Education

3.1. Generic

3.1.1. Existentialism is a rather modern philosophy, many of its adherents argue that it is not a particular school of philosophy at all.

3.2. Key Researcher

3.2.1. Plato and Aristotle, who were concerned with posing question about epistemology, axiology, and metaphysics, existentialists pose questions as to how their concerns impact on the lives of individuals.

3.3. Goal of Education

3.3.1. The goal of education is to help students gain knowledge of their goal to become successful.

3.4. Role of the teacher

3.4.1. The role of the teacher is to make sue each students is understanding the goal of education and the meaning of learning the curriculum.

3.5. Curriculum

3.5.1. The feel as I would be more of a realists who consists of the basics: science and math, reading and writing, and the humanities. They believe that there is a body of knowledge that is essential for the student.

4. •Schools as Organizations

4.1. Japan educational system seemed to produce skilled workers and highly competent manager.

4.2. France educational system the central government controls the educational system right to down to the classroom level.

4.3. Germany educational system selects and sorts its children at a relatively young age and tracks them.

4.4. Finland educational system has had the highest scores on the math, science, and literacy exams.

4.5. All the schools above are different from the United States for which our government does not control the way our schools are run and what grade level a kid needs to be in.

5. •Curriculum and Pedagogy

5.1. Sociology curriculum I would advocate would be the function of what is taught in in schools and its relationship to the role of the schools in society.

5.2. General functionalist has a interesting theory of the social and moral breakdown initiated by modernization.

5.3. Conflict theory had a more of a racial view of roles of schools in society, they did not like hidden curriculum

5.4. History of curriculum purpose of education is to present to students the best of what has been thought or written.

5.5. I loved how by taking tests in elementary could determine your grade level and where you stand..

6. •Equality of Opportunity

6.1. 1. Educational life outcomes can be aware through society is stratified.

6.2. 2. Upper and middle classes have experienced a relative decline in economic society.

6.3. 3. Class always been a difference in society of being equal for which you've to be in a higher class

6.4. 4. Gender have been a big equality in opportunity for which males get more opportunity than a female.

6.5. 5. African American and other ethnic groups like Mexican has also been a difference in being equal in society.

6.6. 6. Race has been fighting for years in society for not only black and whites but for mix kids being pinpointed out in society.

7. •Educational Inequality

7.1. 1. Student-Center Education work for a set of liberal political and policy assumption.

7.2. 2. Cultural difference agree that there are cultural and family difference between working class and non white students, and white middle class students.

7.3. 3. School financing is to help with the poor district.

7.4. 4. Academic performance among groups that suggested that school processes are central.

7.5. 5. Cultural difference theory problem of dysfunctional through difference of other cultural.

7.6. 6. Poverty is the biggest issues in cultural difference theory. Also racism is another problem for which that can show a lot of cultural differences.

8. •Educational Reform

8.1. 1. School-based would be like school choice, charter schools, and tuition vouchers.

8.2. 4. Which charter school is more dependent on their own

8.3. 5. Tuition vouchers is more for the government and give parents a jump on things for school.

8.4. 6. Program can help better students on different careers and train them in that field to be successful in that field.

8.5. 2. School to Work Program for which helping students who is not college bound.

8.6. 3. Skills obtained from structured training and work based learning experience.

9. Sociology of Education

9.1. Relationship between School and Society

9.1.1. 1.

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9.1.3. 3.

9.2. Three Effects of Schooling on Individuals

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