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#10 Prof Ed Identification

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  • Q1

    The process of acquiring knowledge, habits, attitudes, interest, skills, and abilities and other human qualities through training, self-activity, and transmitting these vital elements of human civilization to posterity.

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  • Q2

    The three TYPES OF EDUCATION are Formal Education, Non-formal Education, and 

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  • Q3

    Refers to the hierarchically structured and chronologically graded learning, organized and provided by formal schools and where certification is required in order for the learner to progress through the grades or move on to higher levels

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  • Q4

    The _________  in ancient Greek were the wandering scholars who went to Athens to teach Athenian boys by collecting fees from them.

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  • Q5

    _________ was the most famous sophist who stated that man is the measure of all things.

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  • Q6

    The _________ flourished in order to counteract the influences of the Sophists who were not Athenians, among them were Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle

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  • Q7

    ________ was a Greek Thinker who believed that knowledge is virtue and all virtuous actions are based on knowledge.

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  • Q8

    ______ believed that the social class the person belongs to determine their education.

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  • Q9

    _________ believed that virtue is brought by doing not by knowing and advanced the idea that man is a social animal and must use his reason to attain his ultimate end, which is ‘the summumbonum’ or highest/supreme Good.

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  • Q10

    There are three TEACHING METHODS that Jesus Christ used and contributed, which are the Parable, Conversational Method, and Proverbial or 

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  • Q11

    The different MEDIEVAL MOVEMENTS in education are Monasticism, Scholasticism, The Medieval University, Chivalry, and 

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  • Q12

    ____________ is where education was a religious discipline, strict, rigid, and punishment was severe.

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  • Q13

    _________ supported the Monastic schools and even established court schools to educate his constituents.

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  • Q14

    ___________ is where education was an intellectual discipline and its purpose was to bring reason to faith and support theology by using logic.

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  • Q15

    ____________ chartered the first organized university, University of Bologna in 1158.

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