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Humanistic Education

Arthur W. Combs

Humanistic Education

Objectives and Assessment

by Arthur W. Combs

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Assn for Supervision & Curriculum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Humanistic,
  • Addresses, essays, lectures

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsElizabeth S. Randolph (Foreword)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8346827M
    ISBN 100871200899
    ISBN 109780871200891
    OCLC/WorldCa4059320

      These are among the most important skills that humanistic education seeks to teach our youth. Humanistic education enhances the teaching of the basics. Many of the major books and articles on humanistic education show teachers how to do a more effective job of teaching reading, writing, math, social studies, etc. Books shelved as humanistic-psychology: On Becoming a Person: A Therapist's View of Psychotherapy by Carl R. Rogers, The Farther Reaches of Human Nature.

    The crisis in education --The goal of education --Early examples of humanistic education --Some recent humanistic developments in education --The conditions for learning and self-actualization --Some necessary changes in educational practices --The humanistic teacher --Implementing and evaluating the conditions for learning and self. Humanistic approaches to learning are based on the principles of humanism and are founded most notably on the work of Abraham Maslow (–) and Carl Rogers (–). They center on the learner as an individual and consider that learning is not just about the intellect, but also about educating the “whole person,” taking a person.

    Humanistic psychology has a significant impact on therapy, education, healthcare and other areas. It succeeded in removing some of the stigma related to therapy. Humanistic psychology made therapy more accessible for healthy individuals who seek ways to explore their abilities and potential. Humanist Learning Theory 3 This is a partial list (Learning in Adulthood, , p. ) but for me, they are simply a detailed extension of the overall goal or idea, that of realizing our full potential. Knowles concepts of andragogy appear rooted in humanistic theory and fit File Size: KB.


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Farmington Hills, MI phone () fax () email [email protected] The concept of humanistic approach in education according to Freire is a process of liberation from the oppressive system and raised awareness of the critical processes centered on educators and learners as subjects in the process of teaching and learning.

Humanistic psychology focuses upon the experiencing person and his distinctively human qualities--choice, creativity, valuation dignity and worth, and the development of his Size: KB.

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Fiero. A brief and selective account of the humanistic tradition in teaching. Read this book on Questia. The present crisis in the education of poor, minority- group children is holding up a mirror to the educational system as a whole, forcing educators to look more closely at virtually all of their assumptions about learning and teaching.

The Humanistic Teacher: First the Child, Then Curriculum supports teachers and parents in their quest to provide the best possible education for each and every child. Meeting the needs of every child is the basic tenet of humanistic education, and this text explores both theory and practical methods for achieving this difficult by: 9.

No longer oriented to an `essence' of what it means to be human, `humanism' in the context of this book cannot be used to paper over what has become a kind of wasteland where values are concerned. Nor can it be used to suggest that contemporary education (public or private or religious) is governed by identifiable principle or communally defined and accepted ideal."Cited by: The Humanistic Education Movement These criticisms were followed by attempts to introduce changes into the educational system, resulting in the movement known as humanistic education during the s.

Rogers' book "Freedom to Learn" was published in In Aspy publishedFile Size: 18KB. 5) Humanistic educators insist that schools need to provide students with anonthreatning environment so that they will feel secure to learn.

Once studentsfeel secure, learning becomes easier and more meaningful. Summary: The five basic principles of humanistic education can be summarized asfollows: 1) Students' learning should be self-directed.

To aid elementary school classroom teachers and others interested in developing humanistic education programs, the book suggests materials, resources, and activities which work toward humanistic goals. Humanistic education is interpreted as a process of helping people develop human potential.

The book is presented in 13 chapters. Chapter I defines humanistic education and offers hypothetical. He edited a series of books dealing with humanistic education in his "Studies of the Person Series," which included his book, Freedom to Learn and Learning to Feel - Feeling to Learn - Humanistic Education for the Whole Man, by Harold C.

Lyon, Jr. In the s the term "humanistic education" became less popular after conservative groups equated it with "Secular Humanism" and attacked the writings of Harold. The term humanistic education is generally used to designate a variety of educational theories and practices that are committed to the world view and ethical code of humanism, that is, positing the enhancement of human development, well-being, and dignity as the ultimate end of all human thought and action – beyond religious, ideological, or national ideals and values.

In the early 20 th Century (early s), behaviorism and psychoanalysis were the dominant educational theories. Humanists thought both these theories had very negative perceptions of learners. These theories tried to diagnose and ‘fix’ learners. In reaction, humanistic education emerged.

Home Humanistic Psychology and Education, Septem Based on an interview with Dr. W.R. Coulson, Don Closson discusses the damaging effects of humanistic psychology and the non-directive approach to drug and sex ed programs that it encourages.The Humanistic Tradition Volume 1 Prehistory to the Early Modern World Book Summary: Understanding that a global humanities course is taught in varying ways, Gloria Fiero redefines the discipline for greater flexibility with the 7th Edition of The Humanistic Tradition.

Enhanced by McGraw-Hill Education’s LearnSmart® and SmartBook®, Fiero delivers a learning experience tailored to the.