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Animal Intelligence Essay

517 words - 3 pages

´´Año de la Promoción de la Industria Responsable y del
Compromiso Climático´´


CURSO : MODELOS PEDAGÓGICOS COMTEPORANEOS.

DOCENTE : DANIEL LOAYZA HERRERA.
TEMA : Evolución de la Educación

ALUMNA : BRIGGITTE MERCEDES ALPACA CHAMBA.

FACULTAD : EDUCACIÓN.
ESPECIALIDAD: INGLES.
CICLO : III CICLO
AULA : C.4.1
2014


Evolución de la Educación
RENACIMIENTO
RENACIMIENTO
EDAD MEDIA
EDAD MEDIA
Las características más importantes de la educación desde la edad antigua hasta la época del renacimiento.
EDAD ANTIGUA
EDAD ANTIGUA


En el renacimiento se recupera el saber de Grecia y Roma surgiendo el concepto del ...view middle of the document...


Como los sumerios quienes invitaron lo que fue la escritura, junto con los egipcios.
Como los sumerios quienes invitaron lo que fue la escritura, junto con los egipcios.




Babilonios “inventaron los números”, Acadios “Inventaron la escritura cuneiforme”, Egipcios, Fenicios, entre otras
Babilonios “inventaron los números”, Acadios “Inventaron la escritura cuneiforme”, Egipcios, Fenicios, entre otras

En la edad media la educación fue influencia por el cristianismo y por la teología.
En la edad media la educación fue influencia por el cristianismo y por la teología.


Incluye aquí y ahora.
Incluye aquí y ahora.
Incluye allá y entonces
Incluye allá y entonces
Nacemos con el sistema Nervioso Inmaduro
Nacemos con el sistema Nervioso Inmaduro

En el renacimiento la educación estuvo dada por las matemáticas, se introdujeron temas como la ciencia, la historia, la geografía, la música y la formación física.
En el renacimiento la educación estuvo dada por las matemáticas, se introdujeron temas como la ciencia, la historia, la geografía, la música y la formación física.
En la India la educación estaba influenciada por la religión Hindú
En la India la educación estaba influenciada por la religión Hindú

Durante la edad Media el escolasticismo se implantaron en el {ámbito educativo de Europa Occidental.
Durante la edad Media el escolasticismo se implantaron en el {ámbito educativo de Europa Occidental.

En la China la educación se basaba en la sinceridad así como los ejercicios físicos.
En la China la educación se basaba en la sinceridad así como los ejercicios físicos.

En Persia la educación se basaba en la religión aquí un niño ingresaba a la escuela a los siete años hacia ejercicios físicos y disciplinaba su conducta.
En Persia la educación se basaba en la religión aquí un niño ingresaba a la escuela a los siete años hacia ejercicios físicos y disciplinaba su conducta.

Los griegos se influenciaron por Roma y tomaron en cuenta la Filosofía.
Los griegos se influenciaron por Roma y tomaron en cuenta la Filosofía.

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