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TimeLine

Page history last edited by David Shutkin 10 years ago

What are your beliefs about education?  What are the (multiple) sources of these beliefs? Trace your beliefs into the history, politics, philosophy, culture and psychology of education. 

 

Create a time line of events to document your questioning and accounting of your lived experiences, personal beliefs and assumptions about education. 

 

An event refers but is not limited to the following:

  1. Personal experiences as a student and/or as a teacher, from pre-school through college, significant to your formation as a subject of education;
  2. Historical, political, economic or cultural events that have lead to or are otherwise significant to your formation as a subject of education;
  3. Media events (popular culture such as music, television, and film) that have influenced or are otherwise significant to your formation as a subject of education;
  4. Theories and philosophies of education that inform or are otherwise significant to your formation as a subject of education.

 

Include in your time line formative events without which you would not be the suject of education that you are.  (Are you wondering what does Shutkin mean by "a subject of education"?  I hope so!  The answers to this question, your ability to answer this question, both, are significant goals of this course.  I invite you, initially, to recognize yourself as the subject of every "I" statement you make!  I am a subject of education; I am a professor at John Carroll University; I grew up in an affluent suburb of Milwaukee; I recall race riots from when I was a young child; As a child, I participated in the anti-war movement in the United States; I believe in place based learning, and so many more "I" statements...

 

You are invited to be as creative as you want with the layout and design of your time line. 

With my approval, I want to encourage you to work in any medium, digital, analogue, online or by hand.

 

Timetoast is a user friendly online interactive time line.   While it is just one option, it is one of the better online time line applications. I invite you to join Timetoast and start creating and sharing your own time lines, all you need is a valid email  address:  TimeToast:Create Timelines, Share them on the Web

 

Time lines

Annals of American History
Encyclopedia Britanica‚Äôs online timeline project of United States history.  Includes multimedia.

 

American Educational History Timeline

 

Timeline of United States history

(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

 


 

Time Line Assessment Rubric

Category I: Breadth (100-120 words/event)
4. The significance of personal experiences are thoroughly developed and/or contextualized in relation to:

  • historical, political, economic or cultural events;
  • media events; and
  • theories and philosophies of education.

3. The significance of personal experiences are consistently developed and/or contextualized:
2. The significance of personal experiences are inconsistently developed and/or contextualized:
1. The significance of personal experiences are not developed and/or contextualized in relation to any events or ideas:

Category II: Events, Facts and Dates

 

Events:  The timeline contains:
4.  More than 20 events relevant to your lived experiences as a subject of education.
3. 15 or more events relevant to your lived experiences as a subject of education.
2. 10 or more events relevant to your lived experiences as a subject of education.
1. The timeline contained fewer than 10 events relevant to your lived experiences as a subject of education.

Factual Information and Dates
4. Facts are accurate for all events reported on the timeline.  An accurate, complete date has been included for each event.
3. Facts are accurate for almost all events reported on the timeline. An accurate, complete date has been included for each event.
2. Facts are accurate for almost all events reported on the timeline. An accurate, complete date has been included for almost every event.

Category III: Bibliography
4. Thorough and accurate bibliography included.
2. Bibliography inaccurate and/or incomplete.
1. No Bibliography included.

Multimedia  (Extra)
      +  Media augment and balance text.

  •  No media used to augment and balance text.

      -  Media are gratuitous and ineffective, detracting from timeline.
 

 

 

 

 

 

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