Early Modern Educational Technologist

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Early Modern Educational Technologist : 

Early Modern Educational Technologist

Early Modern Period - Peter Abelard : 

Early Modern Period - Peter Abelard (1079 – 1142) Emphasized critical thinking Challenged church authority Credited with heavily influencing the scholastic method

Early Modern Period – Invention of Eyeglasses : 

Early Modern Period – Invention of Eyeglasses (1280-1300) Provided access to text for people with vision problems Not affordable for the majority of people until industrialization

Early Modern Period - Comenius : 

Early Modern Period - Comenius (1592–1670) Some consider one of the “Fathers of Public Education” Against ridged vocational training Developed elaborate principles of instructional method Textbook in use 100s of years after death

Early Modern Period - Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi : 

Early Modern Period - Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746 –1827) Personalization of learning Child-centered education Humanism had a strong impact on his educational philosophy Believed multiple aspects of a child’s life impact their education “Chucked” information

Early Modern Period – Johann Herbart : 

Early Modern Period – Johann Herbart (1776 - 1841) Pioneer in citizenship education Believed that every child was unique Abilities could be developed Used literature and history to make learning how to read more interesting

Early Modern Period – First Public School in America (Boston) : 

Early Modern Period – First Public School in America (Boston) (1821) Public education has radically changed the number of literate and education people in the world. However, this has brought new challenges to educational technologists.

Early Modern Period - Friedrich Fröbel : 

Early Modern Period - Friedrich Fröbel (1782 - 1852) Developed concept of “kindergarten” Worked with Pestalozzi in Switzerland Designed “educational play materials” Important in developing the idea of learning through play