My daily readings 09/26/2009

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    • The history of education is the history of teaching and of learning, and the history of what might be described as the curricula: what it is that is taught or learned.
    • In pre-literate societies, education was achieved orally and through observation and imitation. The young learned informally from their parents, extended family and kin. At later stages of their lives, they received instruction of a more structured and formal nature, imparted by people not necessarily related, in the context of initiation, religion or ritual.[4][5][6]
      • What’s the curriculum of middle age education? – post by joel
    • The curriculum of the educational institutions of this period was frequently based around the trivium and quadrivium (the seven Artes Liberales or Liberal arts) and was conducted in Latin, the lingua franca of educated Western Europe throughout the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
      • An in-line sticky note. – post by joel

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