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educational sociology.pptx

  1. 1. Concept and meaning of Educational Sociology Muhammad Saqib Prepared by; Hashim khan hk941754@gmail.com 03264544516
  2. 2. Education The word Education comes from the Latin e-ducere meaning to lead out. Education is both the act of teaching knowledge to others and the act of receiving knowledge from someone else. Education also refers to the knowledge received through schooling or instruction and to the institution of teaching as a whole. 2
  3. 3. Cont… Education is a never ending process of inner growth and development and its period stretches from cradle to the grave. Education, in real sense, is to humanise humanity, and to make life progressive, cultured and civilized. It is very important for the progress of individual and society. 3
  4. 4. Conti… Education is a life-long process of developing personality, shaping behaviour and moulding character of the child. It is not just the communication of information by the teacher or acquisition of knowledge by the child but the total development of personality. It consists of all those experiences which affect the individual from birth till death 4
  5. 5. Aims and objectives of education The aims and objectives of education are intimately connected with human life. Some of the important aims and objectives of education are as follows
  6. 6.  Earning livelihood  Development of personality  Physical development  Intellectual development  Moral development  Aesthetic development  Social development  Cultural development  Spiritual development  Total development 6
  7. 7. Meaning of Sociology The word sociology is derived from the combination of the Latin word socius- meaning companion or associate and the Greek word logos meaning science or study etymological meaning of sociology is the science of society or companionship. It is the science or study of the origin, development, organization and functioning of human society 7
  8. 8. The discipline which applies the general principles and findings of sociology to the process of education. It is an applied branch of sociology which provides bases for organiing education in a manner that social problems are removed and social progress attained. It is the application of sociological principles and sociological findings to solve the problems of education
  9. 9. . It is the study of social interaction, e.g. classroom interaction which involves (a) Teacher- teacher relationship (b) Student- student relationship (c) Student- student relationship (d) Student- teacher relationship and (e) Teacher- administrator relationship
  10. 10. Sociology is a wide and comprehensive subject which deals with the influences of education process on social relationship and the effects of sociological processes on education. Following are the important issues of study for educational sociology Educational Sociology
  11. 11. Mutual relations of teachers and study. The place of a teacher in society. Social problems, needs and aspirations. Small units of society and their interrelation. School and its relations with local social institutions. Effect of social life upon individuals and school. Progress of democratic feelings in school. Modifications in the curriculum for individual and social growth. Encouragement to critical thinking and investigation.
  12. 12. Summary Educational sociology is the study of the social factors that influence and are influenced by all educational structures and processes, both within and between societies. As a distinct subarea within the two disciplines of sociology and education, educational sociology is also known as the sociology of education or the social foundations of education. After identifying the distinct characteristics of a sociological perspective in the study of education, this article briefly discusses its historical background, some important theoretical perspectives, and its recent development in some countries. 12
  13. 13. Prepared by; Hashim khan hk941754@gmail.com 03264544516 Thank you

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