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Who developed 8 stages of personality development throughout the entire lifespan?
a) Erik Erikson b) Jean Piaget c) Martin Luther d) Howard Gardner
Believed that there are 4 stages of cognitive development; 1st person to ever study children:
a) Howard Gardner b) John Locke c) Jean Piaget d) Horace Mann
Believed that family was the most important institution in the education of children:
a) Howard Gardner b) Jean Piaget c) John Locke d) Martin Luther
Well-known for his theory of multiple intelligence; instead of a single intelligence, there are actually nine:
a) Howard Gardner b) Jean Piaget c) John Dewey d) B.F. Skinner
Maintained that a natural education encourages qualities such as happiness, spontaneity, and curiousity:
a) Horace Mann b) Maria Montessori c) Jean-Jacques Rousseau d) Friedrich Froebel
Believed that all children are born with a blank slate and the environment shapes who they will become:
a) John Dewey b) John Locke c) Jean Piaget d) Johann Pestalozzi
'Father of common schools' b/c of the role he played in setting up the elementary school system in the U.S.:
a) Johann Pestalozzi b) Lev Vygotsky c) Robert Owen d) Horace mann
Initiated the Sunday School movement to teach Bible study and religion to children:
a) Horace Mann b) Robert Raikes c) Martin Luther d) Friedrich Froebel
Father of Kindergarten; believed that children learn best through play:
a) E.D. Hirsch b) Friedrich Froebel c) B.F. Skinner d) Lev Vygotsky
Believed humans are born in the image of God; early learning is important; created first picture book for children:
a) John Amos Comenius b) E.D. Hirsch c) Jean Piaget d) John Dewey
Believed that everyone should be culturally literate:
a) E.D. Hirsch b) Jean Piaget c) Abraham Maslow d) Robert Owen
Developed the theory of 'operant conditioning'; idea that behavior is determined by consequences:
a) John Dewey b) Jean Piaget c) B.F. Skinner d) E.D. Hirsch
Focused on progressive education; believed children learn best by doing aka 'hands-on' learning:
a) B.F. Skinner b) Lev Vygotsky c) Abraham Maslow d) John Dewey
Believed that children should learn life skills and become independent; felt children can learn on their own if given right materials:
a) Maria Montessori b) Abraham Maslow c) Jean-Jacques Rousseau d) Horace Mann
Believed that all education is based on sensory experiences in which children can achieve their full potential:
a) Johann Pestalozzi b) John Dewey c) Lev Vygotsky d) Abraham Maslow
Believed that children's mental, language and social development is supported and enhanced through social interaction:
a) Abraham Maslow b) Horace Mann c) Lev Vygotsky d) John Locke
Developed a hierarchy of five human needs beginning with the first priority:
a) Abraham Maslow b) Robert Owen c) Maria Montessori d) Friedrich Froebel
Believed that the environment in which children are raised in the main factor contributing to their beliefs, behavior, and achievements:
a) Robert Owen b) Johann Pestalozzi c) Lev Vygotsky d) Abraham Maslow
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