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Child-Centred Education

Reviving the Creative Tradition

by Christine Doddington

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philosophy of education,
  • Elementary,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Educational Systems,
  • Teaching At The Elementary School Level,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11717170M
    ISBN 101412945879
    ISBN 109781412945875

    Child Centred Education seeks to explore the role of Primary education within this debate. The book will inspire teachers and head teachers seeking to make their practice more genuinely educational. The authors capture the current opinion that primary schools can begin to reclaim some of their autonomy, be innovative and become more creative.   After an introduction to the movement's history and central figures, the book follows the child-centered tradition and the alternative views it has traditionally contested in the contrasting lives of two ordinary teachers who both worked .

    ′Child-Centred Education is undoubtedly a well-researched and equally well-written book in addition to affording a rich source of references′ - British Journal of Educational StudiesThis book traces the development of child-centred education and examines objections levelled at it by philosophers and author challenges the Author: John E M Darling.   Therefore, a child-centred approach can still be applied to practice in order to meet the needs and abilities of the learners, so long as the content of the National Curriculum is covered (Department for Education, ). Child-centred education has also been criticised due to some of the negative affects that it has on the teacher.

    How did ‘child-centred’ dogma get established in schools? 0. Mon 22nd Jan , rows of very miserable-looking children, with a textbook, a pen and an exercise book, with, in some cases, dictation still going on. Mary Woolley is a senior lecturer in education at Canterbury Christ Church University. Previous story. Next story. Jean-Jacques Rousseau – wikipedia commons – pd Jean-Jacques Rousseau on nature, wholeness and education. His novel Émile was the most significant book on education after Plato’s Republic, and his other work had a profound impact on political theory and practice, romanticism and the development of the novel.


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Child-Centred Education by Christine Doddington Download PDF EPUB FB2

'Child-Centred Education is undoubtedly a well-researched and equally well-written book in addition to affording a rich source of references' - British Journal of Educational StudiesThis book traces the development of child-centred education and examines objections levelled at it by philosophers and author challenges the.

Based on wide ranging research, the book sets out to revive the creative alternative to the rigid and impoverished learning experienced by too many elementary school children. The authors trace the origins and history of the child-centered tradition; set out its fundamental beliefs and values; and explore its place in education by: 1.

The concept of educating the whole person is critically examined, together with the claim that education for life and the development of personal integrity require an integrated curriculum. Since child-centred educational theory is often dismissed as irrelevant to practice, the book concludes with an assessment of the various limitations which Format: Paperback.

A century after Rousseau, Friedrich Froebel (d. ) is best known for the kindergarten, which was conceived as the centre of an interactive educational process based around the activity of the young Froebel, the "game" is the typical form of life in childhood, and play is the key to education, capable of laying solid foundations for the adult personality.

Child-centred education | Harold Entwistle | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The concept of educating the whole person is critically examined, together with the claim that education for life and the development of personal integrity require an integrated curriculum.

Since child-centred educational theory is often dismissed as irrelevant to practice, the book concludes with an assessment of the various limitations which. This book offers a reappraisal of child-centred education through describing its unique history within Britain since the Enlightenment and examining its basic principles.

′The book has much to offer. It is written with clarity and style, and in a language that is immediately accessible′ - Education Today and Tomorrow ′Child-Centred Education is undoubtedly a well-researched and equally well-written book in addition to affording a rich source of re "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.5/5(2).

Child Centred Education seeks to explore the role of Primary education within this debate. The book will inspire teachers and head teachers seeking to make their practice more genuinely educational. The authors capture the current opinion that primary schools can begin to reclaim some of their autonomy, be innovative and become more creative.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Child-centred Education ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS INTRODUCTION: CHILD-CENTRED EDUCATION THE INDIVIDUAL CHILD --The justification of individual education --The limitations of individual education THE CHILD. 'Child-Centred Education is undoubtedly a well-researched and equally well-written book in addition to affording a rich source of references"' - British Journal of Educational Studies"This book traces the development of child-centred education and examines objections levelled at it by philosophers and author challenges the 5/5(1).

Child-centred education is a sort of revolt against subject-centred education. Child-centred Education seeks to provide natural flow of activity and spontaneous growth of the child.

He must be allowed to enjoy complete freedom of action subject to the condition that he should not interfere with the freedom of others. Get this from a library. Child-Centred Education. [Harold Entwistle] -- This volume is a critical study of one of today's most controversial topics in educational theory, setting the many arguments in perspective and clarifying the issues that arise when attention is.

John Dewey's book, The Child and The Curriculum, looks at the process of education from both perspectives – child and curriculum.

Dewey leads the reader to view the curriculum, what the child must learn, from the child's present state of mind. He also considers the teachers point of view as the vehicle that imparts and delivers the curriculum.

In Jesuit schools, it is expected that IPP (Ignatian Pedagogy of Paradigm) based on Jesuit characteristics of education is put into practice.

In reality this expectation is only heard in theory during orientations or discussions but not seen in practice. The idea of Cura Personalis totally supports the child centred teaching and learning. Slow education and child-centred classes Mary James on a key recommendation of the national curriculum review that was not pursued, Joan Lewis on s teaching and Geoff Reid on merging.

The concept of educating the whole person is critically examined, together with the claim that education for life and the development of personal integrity require an integrated curriculum.

Since child-centred educational theory is often dismissed as irrelevant to practice, the book concludes with an assessment of the various limitations which Brand: Taylor And Francis. The author challenges the widespread view that philosophers have shown child-centred educational theory to be incoherent.

This book will be essential reading for student teachers and anyone interested in current controversies in education."--Jacket Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and indexPages: Book Description.

In Europe welfare state provision has been subjected to 'market forces'. Over the last two decades, the framework of economic competitiveness has become the defining aim of education, to be achieved by new managerialist techniques and mechanisms.

lenged the existing aims of primary education, classroom organisation and the curricu-lum and supported ‘child-centred’ primary schools. It was a real attempt to enlarge the concept of primary education.

Nevertheless, most schools changed very little. The HMI primary survey (DES ). Oh, what a wonderful World Book Day! At Kearsley Academy, we love reading and have therefore loved the opportunity to celebrate reading and writing stories this week. Throughout the week, there have been various activities for students to participate in at break times, designed to encourage their love of literacy.Child centred education Child centred education is an approach to education focusing on the needs of the students, rather than those of others involved in the educational process, such as teachers and administrators.

This approach has many implications for the design of curriculum, course content, and interactivity of courses.Student-centered learning, also known as learner-centered education, broadly encompasses methods of teaching that shift the focus of instruction from the teacher to the original usage, student-centered learning aims to develop learner autonomy and independence by putting responsibility for the learning path in the hands of students by imparting them with skills and .