My Foundations of Education

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1. Politics of Education

1.1. Conservative

1.1.1. Human progress dependent on individual initiative and drive

1.1.2. Free Market

1.1.3. Emphasis on Individual

1.1.4. What is a conservative? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJPQTON0Ugw

1.2. Liberal

1.2.1. Believes that the free market, if left unregulated, is prone to significant abuses

1.3. Radical

1.3.1. Believe that the capitalist system is central to U.S. social problems

1.4. Traditional Vision

1.4.1. Hard Work

1.4.2. Family Unity

2. Sociology of Education

2.1. Functional theories

2.1.1. Interdependence of the Social System

2.1.2. Society as a Machine

2.1.3. Emile Durkheiim and sociology of education

2.2. Effects of schooling on individuals

2.2.1. Knowledge and attitudes

2.2.1.1. Coleman and colleagues

2.2.1.2. Heyn's study of summer school

2.2.2. Employment

2.2.2.1. Berg and job performance

2.2.2.2. Economic and social worth compared to academic credential

2.2.3. Education and Mobility

2.2.3.1. Turner and contest mobility

2.2.3.2. Hopper and educational amount and educational route

2.3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyYVs_Q6DJY&nohtml5=False

3. Philosophy of Education

3.1. Pragmatism

3.1.1. Generic Notions

3.1.1.1. Instrumentalism and Experimentalism

3.1.1.2. "Embryonic Community"

3.1.1.3. Progressive Education

3.1.2. Key Researchers

3.1.2.1. John Dewey

3.1.2.2. William James

3.1.2.3. George Sanders Pierce

3.1.3. Goal of Education

3.1.3.1. Social Order

3.1.3.2. Democratic Society

3.1.4. Role of Teacher

3.1.4.1. Facilitator

3.1.4.2. Diverse Knowledge Base

3.1.5. Method of Instruction

3.1.5.1. Individual or Group Learning

3.1.5.2. Problem-solving or Inquiry Method

3.1.5.3. Nontraditional but Natural Learning

3.1.6. Curriculum

3.1.6.1. Core Curriculum or Integrated Curriculum

3.1.6.2. Expanding Enviroments

3.1.6.3. Child Centered Learning

3.2. http://www.edutopia.org/blog/what-your-educational-philosophy-ben-johnson

4. Schools as Oranizations

4.1. Tim Melson- State Senator of District 1

4.2. Lynn Greer- House of Representatives District 2

4.3. Thomas Bice- Alabama State Superintendent

4.4. Jeff Newman- Alabama State Board of Education District 7

4.5. Jennifer Gray- Lauderdale County Superintendent

4.6. Board members in District 7

4.6.1. Jennifer Gray

4.6.2. Michael Stamp

4.6.3. Tim Tubbs

4.7. German education system

4.7.1. Selection and sorting at young age

4.7.1.1. Hauptschle

4.7.1.2. Realschule

4.7.1.3. Gymnasium

4.7.2. Lack of higher education compared to U.S.

4.7.3. Capitalist type education

4.7.4. http://www.howtogermany.com/pages/germanschools.html

5. Curriculum and Pedagogy

5.1. http://adifference.blogspot.com/2012/01/difference-between-curriculum-and.html

5.2. Social meliorist curriculum

5.2.1. George Counts and Harold Rugg

5.2.2. Precursor to contemporary critical curriculum theory

5.2.3. Make students aware of societal problems and change the world

5.2.4. Minimal effect in schools

5.3. Modern functionalist theory

5.3.1. Integrate students into the existing society

5.3.2. Cultural awareness to prepare for society

5.3.3. Prepare students for increasingly complex roles of society

5.3.4. Talcott Parsons and Robert Dreeben

5.3.5. Teach students how to learn

6. Equality of Opportunity

6.1. http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/video/2014/08/28/equality-of-opportunity

6.2. Educational Achievement Attainment of Women

6.2.1. Females are less likely to drop-out of school than males

6.2.2. Gender differences reduced over the last 20 years

6.2.3. Women still disadvantaged in competition for academic prizes

6.3. Responses to Coleman Study 1966

6.3.1. Findings produces studies

6.3.2. Where individual attends school has little effect on cognitive growth

6.3.3. Justifies busing students between schools and school districts

7. Educational Inequality

7.1. https://www.teachfirst.org.uk/why-we-exist/what-educational-inequality

7.2. Functionalists and unequal achievement

7.2.1. Based on individual differences between students should be the cause of unequalachievement

7.2.2. Unequal educational outcomes result from unequal educational opportunities

7.2.3. Foundation of liberal educational policy in the U.S. since the 1960's

7.3. School financing and unequal achievement

7.3.1. Dependent on taxes

7.3.2. Affluent communities are capable of providing more on each student than poorer districts

7.3.3. Serrano vs. Priest (1971)

8. Educational Reform

8.1. School to Work Programs

8.1.1. School-business partnerships incorporated this program in the 1990's

8.1.2. School-to-work Opportunities Act of 1994 signed by President Clinton

8.1.3. Three core elements

8.1.3.1. School-based learning

8.1.3.2. Work-based learning

8.1.3.2.1. Connected Activities

8.2. Harlem Children's Zone

8.2.1. George Canada and positive "contamination" in neighborhoods

8.2.2. Quality early education helps minority and low-income children

8.2.3. George Canada and the "Harry Potter values"

8.2.4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di0-xN6xc_w

9. History of U.S. Education

9.1. Education for women and African Americans

9.1.1. Females are less likely to drop out of school than males

9.1.2. Gender difference reduced over the last 20 years

9.1.3. Women still disadvantaged in competition for academic prizes

9.2. Responses to Coleman Study 1966

9.2.1. Findings produced studies

9.2.2. Where individual attends school has little effect on cognitive growth

9.2.3. Justifies busing students between schools and school districts

9.3. Free Public Education

9.3.1. Led by Horace Mann

9.3.2. First state "normal school" opened in 1839

9.4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqTwDDTjb6g