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What is competency 11

the role of the teacher

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What is competency 12

Technology

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469 - 399 BC

Socrates

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427 - 347 BC

Plato

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384 - 322 BC

Aristotle

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End of roman empire - advocated deeds than words

St. Augustine

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1225 - 1274 accredited with applying aristotelian logic to christian theology

St. Thomas Aquinas

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1466 - 1546 Dutch philosopher 1st humanistic scholar

Desider Erasmus

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1483 - 1546 credited with establishment of universal education regardless of class. advocate expanding curriculum beyond religion and suggested science, math, logic and rhetoric

Martin Luther

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1509 - 1564 Protestan reformer - joint responsibility of church and state and the home

John Calvin

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1592 - 1670 developed teaching method requiring the use of senses to assist the intellect. universal education including women

John Amos Comenius

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1712 - 1778 Naturalism

Jean Jacques Rousseau

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1746 - 1827 Work from simple to complex. Establish first schools exclussively for training teachers in Prussia

Pestalozzi

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1776-1841 founded a pedagogical seminary and demo school where he experience with education methods. He proposed five steps in teaching process: preparation, presentation, association, generalization and application

Johann Fredrich Herbart

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1782 - 1852 German philosopher and educator. Founder of modern kindergarten = important of children play

Fredrich Wilhelm Froebel

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Mass. enacted the 1st compulsory education law

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