During the Industrial Revolution, we see many new inventions, ideas, and cultures be created and established. All these changes contributed to the growth of economic power in the United States. This growth allowed the formation of big business to rise. All these factors have played a huge role in how we see our daily lives today. They helped us create laws and social norms that we follow today.
McInerney stated that whole of school reform, reviews of curriculum and pedagogy, and responses to government policies were the most prevalent social justice strategies in the education-based social justice literature. Bates focused on the primary and secondary systems and found there an emphasis on redistributive and on recognitive approaches to social justice in educational administration. There are diverse interpretations of the term social justice in the context of education. Frequently, social inclusion is also discussed in the education context when we discuss social justice. O‘Connor and Moodie, examined the concept of social inclusion‘ and its importance in relation to the higher education sector where social inclusion implies the inclusion of an individual, group or community in society in general and higher education in particular.
The world has evolved greatly. With globalization, the world has become a planetary village. This planetary village rely on human beings with a certain level of education. A good education has become an indispensable key However, for a good education, an excellent system of education is needed. More and more countries are emerging on the economic as well as the educational level.
I agree with Einstein’s view that the printing press was a revolution that made way for the Reformation, assisted in spreading it and enabled the circulation of new ideas . The printing press created dozens of new technological opportunities for society especially in communications. I believe the technological change of the printing press has impacted society enormously in a truly positive
SOCIAL EFFICIENCY IDEOLOGY Introduction: The Social Efficiency ideology has its origins in four movements: social reform, utilitarian education, behavioral psychology, and scientific mythology (Callahan, 1962). The Social Efficiency ideology (SE) believes that the initial purpose of schooling is to meet the needs of society. Curriculum developers and educators who adopted the Social Efficiency Ideology view the curriculum as an instrument that prepares students to be contributing members of society and support the view that schools are places where students are prepared for a meaningful adult life. The fundamental concern of the Social Efficiency Ideology is scientific instrumentalism. This concern emphasizes that curriculum should be developed
First, the liberal concept involves what is educationally worthwhile and essential while the child-centered position is determined by” how the worthwhile is best achieved” (p.119). In her examination, Sheppard determines that liberal engagement and liberal engagement mean two different things because each is different in its definition of the roles of the learner and the educator. Finally, in her conclusion, Sheppard determines that American schools have moved toward a progressive approach to engagement. In other words, educators value the acquisition of strategies that are “aimed at knowledge and skill acquisition”
Globalization has lead to so many differences as well as innovations, one concrete, and has been evident since then, example is the use and reasons for learning and teaching the English language. Because of Globalization, Global Education emerged and teaching foreign language has been promoted to being pivotal for the personal, cognitive and general academic benefits. Educational institution began developing curriculum that build a global citizen that will fulfill the demand of globalization. Connections of society to society become crucial and learning languages, that emerge according to the economical factors, has been a must. Teaching foreign languages became crucial to this agenda to mold the students to be able to engage with international events and be able to be a part of discussions with deeper
How does your curriculum in association with the global trend of curriculum development in ECE? Around the world, early childhood education has significantly changed and evolved. This reflects how countries are focusing on the needs for a quality early childhood education. Measures such as policy change, planning, regulation are all seen to raise the quality of early childhood education. It is clear that the demand for quality early childhood education is clearly rising.
(Bismark, 2010) Article 23 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child demands for effective right to education in a way that is useful to the child attaining their fullest possible social integration and individual growth including his/her cultural and spiritual development(DCYA,2016). The challenge of cultural diversity and identity in the education
Education as an instrument of social change: One of the most formidable and potent tool of social change is Education. The society can bring about pertinent and much sought after desirable changes through education and modernize itself. By creating the right kind of ambience and by providing ample opportunities and experiences, education can enable an individual to cultivate and groom himself for adjustment with the emerging needs and philosophy of the changing society and aid in the can transformation of society as a whole. A sound social progress needs careful and meticulous planning in every dimension of life, be it political, economic, social and cultural. Education must be tailored to suit the needs of the society