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  1. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ECUADOR THE MAIN PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM JESSICA SALGUERO FOURTH SEMESTER MULTILINGUAL SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES 2. THE EDUCATIONAL…
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  • 1. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ECUADOR THE MAIN PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM JESSICA SALGUERO FOURTH SEMESTER MULTILINGUAL SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
  • 2. THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: FUNCTIONS AND PRINCIPLES • In this article you will see the functions and principles of our system educational. •Among the functions of the education system dominated by the transmission of the accumulated, social cohesion, the buffer function, social adjustment and democratic reconstitution. •Some of the principles of the educational system that will be in the next exhibition to be the principle of autonomy, participation and pluralism and the freedom of teaching.
  • 3. Key words Teachers: A person who exercises or teaches a science or art. Classroom: Place or enviroment where to develop the teaching and learning process Students: person who takes classes at an educational institution Opportunity: Favorable circumstance or occurring in a right or opportune moment to do something. Society: Set of related organized and people belonging to a specific place Functions: It indicates that a person is doing a job in replacement of another or in temporary Principles: they are rules or standards that guide the action of a human being. It's general standards, supporting their need for development and happiness Teaching: Action and effect of teaching. System or method to instruction
  • 4. FUNCTIONS OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. 1.- Transmission of the accumulated: •All the knowledge accumulated in the history, is registered and archived. Hence the need for more valuable information. Why schools are created •Teachers are having to transmit his knowledge to new generations of students so that they can function in today's society that has lived them.
  • 5. 2.- Social cohesion: •One of the premises that is often put is that there are too many immigrant students. •These families have a different culture and therefore the school plays a role main to make those cultures are integrated
  • 6. 3.- COOPERATING FUNTIONS: •The school should be the second chance for those boys and girls who have not had good luck with the birth, correcting that problem. No one chooses the parents. •The school would be an instrument of social mobilization, where a person disadvantaged, can access the same social conditions as the most favored.
  • 7. 4.- Social readjustment: •We accept that other system differences would be greater. For this reason the school is a reset mechanism social, reassuring the minds of the most disadvantaged. •In the school are deposit millions of hopes. Education is the place where most of the population trusts to improve society.
  • 8. 5.- Democratic reconstruction:. •There is only a democracy if there is a cultured and educated people. Without these people there is no democracy. If students are not trained, if they do not have the sufficient knowledge, if they cannot write, there can be no democracy. •Teachers have the function to educate citizens that not it can deceive. •The role of the school will be to provide critical citizens, citizens free, educated, prepared, because without them there can be no democracy.
  • 9. Motivation Productivity By the own of sense of power PARTICIPATION There are 3 reasons:
  • 10. FAMILY PARTICIPATION Ignorance Invisibility of the results of their contribution. OWN MENTALITY or conception of parents regarding participation. Your participation is very irrelevant. All teachers are part of a caste.
  • 11. PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IT IS ONE OF THE INDICATORS OF QUALITY TO KNOW IF A SCHOOL IS VALUABLE OR NOT.
  • 12. PARTICIPATION OF THE TEACHING STAFF When teachers take responsibility than anyone else them requires When you commit to projects When provide initiatives for the improvement of the centre When the interaction and cooperation with the family is higher than what are required by regulation or law.
  • 13. LEY ORGANICA DE LA EDUCACION SUPERIOR (ORGANIC LAW OF HIGHER EDUCATION) Adopted in May of 2006, regulating the structure and organization of the educational system in their non- university levels, reaffirming the public service character of education, considering education as an essential service to the community, in conditions of equality of opportunity.
  • 14. The main objectives: to improve the education and school performance, ensure the success of all in the compulsory education, increase children's education, secondary school and vocational training, to increase the qualifications in high school and vocational training, educating for democratic citizenship. The law organizes the child education, secondary, and also aspects concerning the organization and operation of the centers. Encourages collaboration between family and school. Teachers are only an essential figure of the educational system, The Law establishes diagnostic assessments at the end of the second cycle of primary education and the second cycle of secondary education. To be a teacher of secondary education is required, be university graduate, studying a masters with the official teacher training and appropriate teaching methods.
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