FACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA LETRAS Y CIENCIASFACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA LETRAS Y CIENCIASDE LA EDUCACIONDE LA EDUCACIONMENCION PLURIL...
BASIC FEATURES
 The body reaches theoretical pedagogical thinkingand becomes an independent science in theRenaissance period (sixteenth...
FEATURES The school is the main source of information.
 The student plays a passive role, with little independenceand poor cognitive development of theoretical thought.
 Although education is massive, the responsibility isgiven to the school as a social institution, to educate alllevels of...
 The program is very rigid and with a largevolume of information The method that is used essentially for oralpresentation.
 The teacher student relation is based in thepredominance of authority, imposed disciplineby challenge the learner to thi...
 Producer ofknowledge and inthis sense, seeker ofknowledge Analytical Critical Transformator ofknowledge Affectionate...
 evaluation is directed to result, usually through exercisereproductive.
 evaluation is directed toresult, usually throughexercise reproductive. The content of educationis a set of knowledge an...
Learning assessment is intended to result, evaluative exercisesare essentially reproductive, so the emphasis is not on the...
The psychological approach to more traditional pedagogyinfluences during the twentieth century is behaviorism,which neglec...
1. - Developing a responsive and rote learning.As main disadvantagesare:
2. - Led the result and not the process of knowledgeconstruction.
3. - Passive position in the students learning process.Receptive role.
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  1. 1. FACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA LETRAS Y CIENCIASFACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA LETRAS Y CIENCIASDE LA EDUCACIONDE LA EDUCACIONMENCION PLURILINGUEMENCION PLURILINGUEBASIC FEATURESBASIC FEATURESNOMBRE:NOMBRE: CAROLINA CARRERACAROLINA CARRERA5TO SEMESTRE5TO SEMESTRE
  2. 2. BASIC FEATURES
  3. 3.  The body reaches theoretical pedagogical thinkingand becomes an independent science in theRenaissance period (sixteenth century) as a necessityof the rising bourgeoisie, in order to prepare themasses to respond to changes in economic andcultural terms and promote the development ofproduction.
  4. 4. FEATURES The school is the main source of information.
  5. 5.  The student plays a passive role, with little independenceand poor cognitive development of theoretical thought.
  6. 6.  Although education is massive, the responsibility isgiven to the school as a social institution, to educate alllevels of society.
  7. 7.  The program is very rigid and with a largevolume of information The method that is used essentially for oralpresentation.
  8. 8.  The teacher student relation is based in thepredominance of authority, imposed disciplineby challenge the learner to think critically insocial, political in wich it operates.
  9. 9.  Producer ofknowledge and inthis sense, seeker ofknowledge Analytical Critical Transformator ofknowledge Affectionate, li¡ovingcaring, respectfuland humble insharing knoeledge
  10. 10.  evaluation is directed to result, usually through exercisereproductive.
  11. 11.  evaluation is directed toresult, usually throughexercise reproductive. The content of educationis a set of knowledge andsocial values ​​accumulated by the oldergenerations that aretransmitted to students
  12. 12. Learning assessment is intended to result, evaluative exercisesare essentially reproductive, so the emphasis is not on theanalysis and reasoning.
  13. 13. The psychological approach to more traditional pedagogyinfluences during the twentieth century is behaviorism,which neglects the process of assimilation of knowledge,as only interested in the result. The retention of thematerial is ensured by systematic exercise repetition andrecapitulation, elements that characterize this type ofeducation.
  14. 14. 1. - Developing a responsive and rote learning.As main disadvantagesare:
  15. 15. 2. - Led the result and not the process of knowledgeconstruction.
  16. 16. 3. - Passive position in the students learning process.Receptive role.

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