603600 Foundations of Educational Science: In-depth Study I:Ideas of education and their effect on pedagogical concepts

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603600
Foundations of Educational Science: In-depth Study I:Ideas of education and their effect on pedagogical concepts
SE 2
7,5
Block
each semester
German

The class deals with educational ideals and their impact on practical educational concepts from the modern era to the beginning of the 20th century.

In 2014 Renate Riemeck’s lectures on education were published, which she delivered from 1981 to 1983 at Marburg’s Phillips-Universität. Being a historian, a sociologist and an educationalist she was politically active and her research focused not only on the main tendencies of educational concepts but also on ideas off the beaten track. Her lectures offer deep insight into the different policies of education as a framework for educational concepts that have originated since the modern era.

In class, we are going to read and discuss classic educational texts, ranging from Comenius to Montessori. Students will learn to appreciate reading and analyzing primary and secondary texts independently.

Students are evaluated based on their performance in class which includes reading the texts, giving reports and preparing handouts, and participating in discussions.

Renate Riemeck, Klassiker der Pädagogik von Comenius bis Reichwein, Marburg 2014 (Textum), 492 S.


Hans Scheuerl (Hg.), Klassiker der Pädagogik, München 1991 (Beck)

Renate Riemeck, Verstoßen, verfemt, verbrannt. Zwölf Ketzergeschichten aus acht Jahrhunderten, Stuttgart 1986 (Urachhaus), 129 S.

 

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Date Time Location
Fri 2018-05-04
10.00 - 17.00 ST Schöpfstraße ST Schöpfstraße
Sat 2018-05-05
10.00 - 17.00 ST Schöpfstraße ST Schöpfstraße
Fri 2018-06-15
10.00 - 17.00 SR Liebeneggstraße SR Liebeneggstraße Barrier-free
Sat 2018-06-16
10.00 - 17.00 SR Liebeneggstraße SR Liebeneggstraße Barrier-free