Class History and Philosophy of Education

  • Presentation


    The CU History and Philosophy of Education is part of the 2nd cycle in Teaching Physical Education in Basic and Secondary Education, scientific area Education. It aims to provide up-to-date basic knowledge and its reflection on the main issues of the History and Philosophy of Education. Additionally, it is intended that students recognize the pertinence of this knowledge and reflections for the practical issues of their professional future.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    (CP) 1) History of Education: object, sources and objectives
    CP2. Philosophy of education: questioning the educational process
    CP3. A late modernization. About the roots of the ‘Portuguese educational delay’:
       Pombaline reforms or the origins of public schools in Portugal
    CP4. The First Republic in Portugal:
        From generous intentions to disappointment in realities
    CP5. Education in the Estado Novo: between literacy for all and the (re)education of elites:
        Public Instruction or National Education? The debate over the designation of Minis
       Education in Portuguese colonial thought
    CP6. Times and progress of education policies in democratic Portugal:
        From educational reform (1986-1990) to neoliberal and conservative reforms (2012-2015).
        Unfulfilled promises and the meanings attributed to the school crisis
    CP7.Europeanization, globalization and new forms of transnational governance of educational systems.
        The Bologna process
  • Objectives


    The learning objectives (LO) are defined:
    LO1) Analyze the relationships between Education, History and Philosophy through a critical reflection on the philosophical and historical bases, principles and influences of the main conceptions and trends of pedagogical thought;
    LO2) Analyze the main pedagogical ideas, from the 15th century to the 'New School' movement;
    LO3) Reflect on Education as a fundamental practice of human existence;
    LO4) Communicate their knowledge and reasoned reflections to different interlocutors in the classroom;
    LO5) Produce individual and group work, applying the concepts and theories learned throughout the UC.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Different teaching methodologies will be used: Expository classes; Viewing and discussion of documentaries/videos; Bibliographic research; Analysis of scientific articles, Small group activities; Feedback information provided by the teacher about the work carried out
  • References


    Amado, J. & Boavida, J. (2006). Ciências da Educação: Epistemologia, Identidade e Perspectivas. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra.

    Aranha, M. (2020). História da Educação e da Pedagogia.  Moderna.

    Ferreira, A. (2011). A Europa e a herança cultural da escola. Revista Educação em Questão, Natal, EDUFRN, 40 (26), 19-30.

    Magalhães, J. (2010). Da cadeira ao banco. Escola e modernização (Séculos XVIII-XX). Educa/ Unidade de I&D de Ciências da Educação.

    Negrín Fajardo, O. & Vergara Ciordia, F. (2009). Historia de la Educación.  Ramón Areces.

    Nóvoa, A. & Santa-Clara A. T. (2003). “Liceus de Portugal”. Histórias, arquivos, memórias. ASA.

    Ozmon, H. & Craver, S.  (2004). Fundamentos Filosóficos da Educação. Artmed.

    Reis, C.F.S. (2014). Educação e cultura mediática: Análise de implicações deseducativas. Âncora/Centro de Estudos Ibéricos.

    Piletti, C. & Pileti, N. (2002).  Filosofia e História da Educação: Ática.

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