Study Materials in Educational Foundation

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON SPECIAL EDUCATION (EFC 321)

1. The major goal of Special Education is to _________ ANS. Prepare Teachers and Educators to Cater for Children with Special Needs. 2. ________is a type of education that is specially designed to meet the uncommon needs of exceptional Students. ANS. Special education 3. A system that is use to address the learner’s individual differences and needs is _______ ANS. Special education 4. The children with disabilities and exceptional are giving _______ education A. general education B. disabil...

EFC 241 SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION

Origin of sociology Definition of sociology Sociology and other disciplines Sociology of education Sociological concept

EFC 231 (Stages of development)

Conception to late adulthood conception prenatal period of the Zygote Embryo Foetus Signs of pregnancy Factors affecting prenatal development

SUMMARY OF EFC 211

CHAPTER 1. WHAT IS HISTORY OF EDUCATION CHAPTER 2. ROMAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM CHAPTER 3. MEDIEVAL EDUCATION CHAPTER 4. THE GROWTH OF UNIVERSITIES CHAPTER 5. RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION: A NEW WORLD CHAPTER 6. 17TH CENTURY- THE AGE OF REASON  CHAPTER 7. THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHAPTER 8. THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION) CHAPTER 9. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (EDUCATION TO-DAY)

HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF WESTERN EDUCATION (EFC 211)

1.    In Athens, Law of Solon requested every father who wished to have support from his son during his old age to give him some sort of education. 2.    Music in Spartan education is divined to encourage and sustain their courage during battle 3.    The Spartan child joins his groups to guard the boarders and frontiers at age A. 18-20 B. 20-30 C. 30-40 D. 7-18 4.    The three factors which Erasmus believed are responsible for intellectual growth are nature, Training and Practice...

EFC 211 - HISTORY OF WESTERN EDUCATION

1. The history of man can be divided into two main periods known as the_______________and __________time. 2. The historical times are often divided into three parts_____________,________________and ____________ 3. The Spartan education can be refer to as a _______________ 4. Spartan education did not develop broadminded people because_______________

EFC 211 History and Development of Western Education Lecture 9

Education during the 18th Century 18th Century Philosophers and their Educational Thoughts

EFC 211 – History and Development of Western Education (Lecture 8)

Education during the 17th Century 17th century philosophers and their educational thoughts

EFC 211 – History and Development of Western Education (Lecture 7)

Renaissance and Reformation (12th to 15th century) Features of the Renaissance Factors that aided / responsible for the Renaissance

EFC 211 – History and Development of Western Education (Lecture 6)

The Growth of the Universities (12th C) Curriculum of the University Organisation of the University Effects of the University

EFC 211 – History and Development of Western Education

Education in the Medieval Period /Middle Age (5 - 15th C / 500 -1500 AD) Organization of education during the Medieval period Medieval schools Concepts of Education during the Medieval Period 

EFC 101: INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

1. philosophy is basically conceptualized as love of___________ Answer: wisdom 2. A lay man can also see philosophy as an attitude to___________ Answer: life 3. Philosophy is coined from two Greek words namely______and______ Answer: phila and Sophia 4. Philosophy is also referred to as a sysmatic method of___________ Answer: thinking 5. Philosophy is a critical analysis which criticise the assumption of other___________ Answer: disciplines 6.___________conceptualized philosophy as the general...

EFC 101 - Philosophy of Education

Meaning of philosophy Meaning of philosophy of education Importance of Philosophy of Education Modes of philosophy Branches of Philosophy / Philosophy of Education Sources/Types of knowledge

EFC 101: INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS

INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY OF EDUCATION INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION  INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION