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Which of the following describes the overall theme of Primitive Education?
Education for survival, conformity and self-preservation
Education for the preservation of culture and social stability
Education for Development of Individuality
Education for utilitarianism
What term describes the transmission of culture from parents to their children or from members of the same group?
Which among these does NOT belong to the contribution of Ancient Chinese Education?
Civil Service Examination
Preparation of priest-scribes
Performance of rituals
Who among the choices does NOT belong to the Eastern Triumvirates?
Which of the following ancient societies emphasized hierarchical status and power in their educational system?
Historically, religion and education reinforce each other in its development. Which of the following is the Scripture studied by Jews?
Which among the choices does NOT belong to the educational questions sought to answer by Greeks and Romans?
What is true, good and beautiful?
What models should education use in preparing good citizens?
How should education respond to social, economic and political change?
How do we maintain the holy covenant made to God by His people?
The Sophists emphasized that students should become successful advocates and legislators. Which among the following subjects do NOT belong to the liberal arts?
Who among the following masters established the 'Academia'?
Who among these set of teachers in the ancient period would approximately have the same emphasis in their teaching?
Lao tzu and Plato
Socrates and Confucius
Aristotle and Mencius
Protagoras and Confucius
Ancient teachers often contrast in their educational beliefs like Confucius and Plato. Which of the following is the theme of their educational contrast?
Religious vs. Scientific
Egalitarian vs. Elitism
Morality vs. Intellectuality
Virtues vs. Ideals
Which among these ideas are being promoted by Aristotle?
The people should maintain and strengthen its covenant with God and fear his Creator.
Humans are rational beings which should live according to the natural laws of the universe.
Individuals should receive the education appropriate to their social role and be prepared for their appropriate functions.
The education's primary goal was to prepare clear-thinking, rational and truthful statesmen.
Which ancient society promoted the ladderized system of education?
Quintillian emphasized the need to base instruction on the learner's readiness and stage of development. How do you describe the third stage of education in his stage-based learning?
Children impulsively sought their immediate needs and desires.
Children should learn from sense experiences, form clear ideas, and train his memory.
Students should study Greek and Latin grammar, literature, history, mythology, music, geometry, astronomy and gymnastics.
Students are prospective orators who study drama, poetry, law, philosophy, public speaking, declamation, and debate.
Which among the following universities was NOT established during the Medieval Period?
University of Bologna
University of Paris
The book de Magistro (Concerning the Teacher), it is said that teachers need to be contemplative and reflective scholars, expert in their subjects, active and skilled instructors and lovers of humanity. Who authored the book de Magistro?
What is the main emphasis of classical humanism during the Renaissance?
Protestant reformers regard Bible reading as essential to salvation. Which of the following methods did they use to achieve this goal?
Establishment of vernacular schools
Revived the classical literature of Greeks
Focus on rhetorical studies
Teach theology and philosophy in Catholic schools
Which of the following educators believed that ideas originated as a result of experience and that advocate the idea that the mind of a child is a "tabula rasa"?
Which of the following well-known philosopher and author of a famous book Émile that described the ideal education of a youth and stated that education should match the child's age of development?
Johann Friedrich Herbart