• Modern British Society Education Class
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    The role of education is to educate individuals within society and to prepare and qualify them for work in the economy as well as helping to integrate individuals into society and teach them the norms, values and morals of society. Yet there are three sociological theories that differ greatly between them on the role of education. These are Functionalism, Marxism and Liberalism. Functionalists view the role of education as a means of socialising individuals and to integrate society, to keep soci...
  • Hidden Curriculum Gatto Rose Students
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    Hidden Curriculum Education is designed to serve many purposes towards the youths of today. It teaches the youth how to be better people and it prepares them for life. Education teaches its pupils knowledge in more that one way, by looking at life in different directions. There is a curriculum that is taught by the teachers and the textbooks, and in addition to the standard schooling there is also a "hidden curriculum." Gatto and Rose each have their own style of teaching and learning and their ...
  • School Girls Hidden Curriculum
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    By: Rebekah Miller E-mail: In the book School Girls by Peggy Orenstein, the focus is on young adolescent girls in middle school, and the effects that the "Hidden Curriculum" and other elements have on their self esteem. "Hidden Curriculum teaches girls to value silence and compliance." (pg. 35) The hidden curriculum is a theory that boys often get more attention than girls in the classroom, and that even if it is negative attention, the girls learn that they are not as important, and they eventu...
  • Hidden Curriculum Social Class
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    Is the Hidden Curriculum the Problem? I believe Anyon makes great points of how our democracy attempts to facilitate its social structure by ways of subliminal teaching methods within our public schools. Anyon describes it as; " The "hidden curriculum" of schoolwork is tacit preparation in a particular way" (Anyon pg. 188). David Lampert described the hidden curriculum within Morris Berman's piece as, "the subconscious destruction of democratic values" (Berman pg. 68). Anyon exemplifies how the ...