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1. HumanismLauren Fisher, Angelina Bernard, and Krystal Encarnacion S 2. About HumanismS Humanism is a belief system that began in the 1960s.S It focuses on a person‟s…
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  • 1. HumanismLauren Fisher, Angelina Bernard, and Krystal Encarnacion S
  • 2. About HumanismS Humanism is a belief system that began in the 1960s.S It focuses on a person‟s dignity, freedom, and their potential.S Humanists hold the belief that all people are inherently good and possess unlimited potential for their own personal growth and development.S A main purpose of humanism is the development of people who become self-actualized.S Learning is student centered and very personalized according to each individual.
  • 3. Important FiguresS Carl Rogers -Known as the founder of person-centered psychotherapy. -Inventor of counseling. -Leader in development of humanistic approaches to education.S Abraham Maslow -Father of Humanistic Psychology. -Placed emphasis on choice, creativity, values, self-realization, and believed that meaningfulness and subjectivity were more important than objectivity. -Famous for proposing “Hierarchy of Needs”S John Holt -American author and educator. -Proponent of homeschooling. -Pioneer in youth rights movement.
  • 4. Maslow‟s Hierarchy of NeedsS Maslow believed that we should study and cultivate peak experiences as a way of providing a route to achieving personal growth, integration, and fulfillment.S Individuals most likely to have peak experiences are self- actualized, mature, healthy, and self-fulfilled. However, all individuals are capable of peak experiences.
  • 5. Approaches In EducationS Open Classroom -Student centered with focus on individual growth, critical thinking, commitment to lifelong learning. -Not age/grade specific nor curriculum boundS Learning Styles -Allow student to use a learning style that suits them.S Co-operative Learning -Students engage with one in other to work towards to a common goalS Experimental Learning -Learning from experience that addresses the needs and wants of the learner
  • 6. In The ClassroomS As a teacherto help encourage the children to feel good about themselves would involve an understanding of ones strengths and weaknesses, and a belief in ones ability to improve.S We are showing the learners how learning is not an end, but a means to progress towards the pinnacle of self-development, which Maslow terms Self-actualization„ where a child learns because he or she is inwardly driven, and derives his or her reward from the sense of achievement.S These intrinsic rewards are rewards from within oneself, rather like a satisfaction of a need. This accords with the humanistic approach, where education is really about creating a need within the learner and instilling within the learners‟ self- motivation.
  • 7. Teacher‟s RolesS Without Technology: -Teacher serves more as a facilitator encouraging the student to learn and discover for themselves.S With Technology: -Help incorporate various techniques in researching information and using the internet as a tool.
  • 8. Student‟s RolesS Without Technology: -Learning on a first hand basis how to find the answer and being accountable for the discovery of your own solutions.S With Technology: -Helping to assist students in using cooperative teamwork strategies while learning different tools to take with them outside the classroom.
  • 9. Humanism & TechnologyS eLearning is a big proponent in individual learning because students can go at their own paces and openly discover for themselves.S Florida Virtual School as a component in allowing for individual progress with their education. Also goes along well with the ideas John Holt upheld.S Wikispaces and Blogs are a great tool for collaborative learning which sparks creativity and self discovery.
  • 10. Information CreditsS Humanistic Approaches to TeachingS Learning TheoriesS Humanistic Learning Theories
  • 11. Graphic CreditsS Florida Virtual School ImageS Team Building ImageS Maslows Hierarchy
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