Philosophers

ORIGIN OF EARLY CHILHOOD EDUCATION

COURSE TITLE: PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ( EPB/ESEB2073 )

ORIGIN OF EARLY CHILHOOD EDUCATION

Acient Time

Plato , Aristotle , Martin Luther

PLATO

* Plato was born in Athen.

* According to Diogenes laertius , the philosopher was named Aristocles after his grandfather , but his wrestling coach , Ariston of Argos dubled him Platon meaning of `BROAD'

* Until his mid-twelves , Athens was involved in a long and disastrous military conflict with Sparta.

* Coming from distinguished family on his father's sidedescending from codrus one of the earl king of Athen and on his mother side from Solom, the prominent ...

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quickness of mind and modesty as a boy and the first fruits on his youth infused with hard work and love of study.

* Platonism is the philosophy of Plato or the name of other philosophical systems considered closely derived from it.


ARISTOTLE

* Aristotle was born in 384 BC, in Stagira, near Macedonia at the northern end of the Aegean Sea. His father, Nicomachus, was the family physician of King Amyntas of Macedonia.

* It is believed that Aristotle's ancestors had been the physicians of the Macedonian royal family for several generations. Having come from a long line of physicians, Aristotle received training and education that inclined his mind toward the study of natural phenomena.

* This education had long-lasting influences, and was probably the root cause of his less idealistic stand on philosophy as opposed to Plato.

* Aristotle's father died when he was a boy, and Aristotle was left under the care of his guardian Proxenus.

* When Aristotle was ...

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and managing commerce.

* Children starting used as a labour force when the Roman Empire fell apart

* Children had to be directed, punished and corrected constantly.

* The European Renaissance and Reformation (1400-1600) began to advocate basic education for the poor as well as girls.

* The printing press (invented by Johannes Gutenberg, 1439) made books available to the common person .

* Plato is widely recognized as the first person to classify education into the formal levels as we now have them in modem societies. The educational levels by Plato as recorded by Akinpelu, (1981:31).

* One thing that is very important for us to appreciate about Plato, who lived ...

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