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Bantosanna diantos kanggo narjamahkeun.
Atikan ngawengku teaching jeung learning hususna skill, jeung also something less tangible but more profound: melak atawa ngajarkeun knowledge, judgement jeung wisdom nu hade. Salasahiji tujuan dasar atikan nyaeta melak budaya ti hiji generasi ka generasi satuluyna (tempo socialization).
Atikan dimimitan mangsa keur orok lahir sarta sapanjang hirup. Atikan oge bisa dimimitian samemeh jabang bayi lahir saperti sababaraha "kolot" nu ngadengekeun lagu atawa maca buku mangsa kakandungan nu diharepkeun bakal mere atikan ka orokna. For some, the struggles and triumphs of daily hidup are jauh more instructive than formal sekolah ing Mark Twain: "I never let school interfere with my education.") keluarga members punya an educational effect which is quite profound — often more profound than they realize — though keluarga mengajar techniques may be highly informal.
Formal education occurs when society makes a commitment to educate people, usually the young. Formal education can be systematic and thorough, but the sponsoring group may seek selfish advantages when shaping impressionable young scholars.
Life-long or dewasa education]] has become widespread. Many dewasa have given up the notion that only anak kecil ren belong in sekolah. beberapa orang dewasa are enrolled in post-secondary education schools, both part-time and full time, where they are often classified as non-traditional students in order to distinguish them administratively from young adults entering directly from high school.
Computing devices can change when and where we learn. This is the computer based or networked learning structure, in which people contribute to each others' education. It is defined as online education (a subset of distance education), the European Graduate School as a University operates during the summer, it serves as a meeting point for people that has participated in online forums through the academic year, this methodology is a break to the traditional educational system.
- Classical education – Reading – Math – Language – Science – Ethics – Physical education – Religious education – Music education
Challenges in education [édit]
In well-developed countries [édit]
- Entertaining world distract student's attention
- Program Evaluation Answering questions such as does education "work", or how to improve education.
In developing countries [édit]
- Small incomes of teachers
- People unaware the importance of education
- Economical pressure of parents who want their children to work as laborers
- Program Evaluation
Formal education [édit]
- Early childhood education – Primary education – Secondary education – Tertiary education – Quaternary education– Higher education – Vocational education – Post-secondary education – University – College – School – Further education
Student activism [édit]
Educational policy [édit]
- Literacy – Testing & policy– Education reform – School choice – Charter schools – Meaningful student involvement – Student voice – Student Developed Education Policy – Social promotion
Informal and alternative education [édit]
- Early instruction – Home schooling – Unschooling – Lifelong education – Democratic Schools – Alternative school – Montessori method – Waldorf school – Online education – Distance education – Museum – Planetarium – Nature center – deschooling– political education
Extracurricular education [édit]
Teori jeung metodologi [édit]
- Philosophy of education – Teaching method – Instructional theory – Learning theory – Learning disability – Instructional technology – Education Psychology – Behaviorism – Problem-based learning – Active learning – Outcome-based education – Reggio Emilia approach – Cooperative education – collaborative learning – Transformative learning – experiential education – Situated learning – Adult education – Critical pedagogy
Atikan dumasar nagara [édit]
Atikan jeung kolot [édit]
- F. Matthias Alexander
- Catherine Baker
- Benjamin Bloom
- Garth Boomer
- Jim Cummins
- John Dewey
- Hermann Ebbinghaus
- Moshe Feldenkrais
- Paulo Freire
- Robert M. Gagne
- Ivan Illich
- Maria Montessori
- A.S. Neill
- Seymour Papert
- Ivan Pavlov
- Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi
- Jean Piaget
- Neil Postman
- Jean-Jacques Rousseau
- B.F. Skinner
- Lev Vygotsky