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  • 340

    Alphabet gain vowel form 340 AD

    Alphabet gain vowel form 340 AD
    It is thought by some that it was during the Axumite Kingdom of around 340 AD that the alphabet gained the vowel forms and started to be written from left to right.
  • 400

    First school in ancient Rome 4th century BC

    First school in ancient Rome 4th century BC
    The first schools in Ancient Rome arose by the middle of the 4th century BC. These schools were concerned with the basic socialization and rudimentary education of young Roman children.
  • 500

    500 AD Buddhist centre of learning

    500 AD Buddhist centre of learning
  • 500

    Conferred degree titles to its graduates,

    Conferred degree titles to its graduates,
    around the 5th century and conferred academic degree titles to its graduates, while also offering post-graduate ourses
  • 500

    Nalanda

    Nalanda
    Nalanda was a Buddhist center of learning founded in Bihar, India.The Early Buddhist Schools were the various schools in which pre-sectarian Buddhism split in the first few centuries after passing away of the buddha
  • Jun 15, 600

    Yamato Court

    Yamato Court
    back at least to the 6th century when Chinese learning was introduced at the Yamato court.
  • Nov 17, 600

    The history of education in Japan

    The history of education in Japan
    The history of education in Japan dates back Foreign civilizations have often provided new ideas for the development of Japan's own culture.
  • Nov 20, 600

    he Academy of Gundishapur, originally the intellectual center of the Sassanid empire and subsequently a Muslim centre of learning,

    he Academy of Gundishapur, originally the intellectual center of the Sassanid empire and subsequently a Muslim centre of learning,
    6th and 7th centuries the Academy of Gundishapur, originally the intellectual center of the Sassanid empire and subsequently a Muslim centre of learning, offered training in medicine, philosophy, theology and science.
  • Nov 11, 605

    ui Dynasty, for the first time, an examination system was explicitly instituted for a category of local talents

    ui Dynasty, for the first time, an examination system was explicitly instituted for a category of local talents
    In 605 AD, during the Sui Dynasty, for the first time, an examination system was explicitly instituted for a category of local talents
  • Jul 18, 614

    Roman church practices officially replaced the Celtic ones

    Roman church practices officially replaced the Celtic ones
    in 664 AD , Roman church practices officially replaced the Celtic ones but the influence of the Anglo-Celtic style continued, the most famous examples of this being the Lindisfarne Gospels
  • Feb 29, 768

    During the reign of Charlemagne, King of the Frankswhose empire united most of Western Europe for the first time since the Romans,

    During the reign of Charlemagne, King of the Frankswhose empire united most of Western Europe for the first time since the Romans,
    768 – 814 AD During the reign of Charlemagne, King of the Frankswhose empire united most of Western Europe for the first time since the Romans, there was a flowering of literature, art, and architecture known as the Carolingian Renaissance.
  • Period: Mar 12, 768 to Mar 12, 814

    King of the Frankswhose empire united most of Western Europe for the first time since the Romans,

    768 – 814 AD During the reign of Charlemagne, King of the Frankswhose empire united most of Western Europe for the first time since the Romans, there was a flowering of literature, art, and architecture known as the Carolingian Renaissance.
  • Period: May 19, 783 to Apr 13, 820

    Buddhist learning in India

    Another important center of Buddhist learning in India, was established by King Dharmapala. Vikramaśīla University was one of the two most important centers of Buddhist learning in India
  • Jun 30, 900

    Chinese teachings and ideas

    Chinese teachings and ideas
    From the sixth to the 9th century chinese teachings and ideas allowed into Japan
  • Nov 14, 900

    Bimaristan medical schools were formed in the medieval Islamic world,

    Bimaristan medical schools were formed in the medieval Islamic world,
    In the 9th century Bimaristan medical schools were formed in the medieval Islamic world, where medical diplomas were issued to students of Islamic medicine who were qualified to be a practicing Doctor of Medicine.
  • Nov 29, 900

    Heian-kyo

    Heian-kyo
    By the 9th century, Heian-kyo (today's Kyoto), the imperial capital, had five institutions of higher learning, and during the remainder of the Heian period, other schools were established by the nobility and the imperial court.
  • Dec 21, 900

    The House of Wisdom in Bagdad was a library, translation and educational centre.

    The House of Wisdom in Bagdad was a library, translation and educational centre.
    the 9th to 13th centuries.The House of Wisdom in Bagdad was a library, translation and educational centre.
  • Sep 22, 975

    Jami'ah ("university" in Arabic) which offered a variety of post-graduate degrees

    Jami'ah ("university" in Arabic) which offered a variety of post-graduate degrees
    in 975 Egypt , was a Jami'ah ("university" in Arabic) which offered a variety of post-graduate degrees, had a Madrasah and theological seminary, and taught Islamic law, Islamic jurisprudence, Arabic grammar, Islamic astronomy, early Islamic philosophy and logic in Islamic philosophy.[52]
  • Jun 15, 1040

    Prefectural schools

    Prefectural schools
    In the period preceding 1040–1050 AD, prefectural schools had been neglected by the state and left to the devices of wealthy patrons who provided private finances
  • Feb 9, 1088

    University of Bologna was found.

  • Feb 23, 1100

    hildren also learn the Hundred Family Surnames, a rhyming poem in lines of eight characters composed in the early Song Dynasty

    in about the 11th century children also learn the Hundred Family Surnames, a rhyming poem in lines of eight characters composed in the early Song Dynasty
  • Jun 21, 1100

    The First Medieval instition

     The First Medieval  instition
    In the late 11th and the 12th centuries The first medieval institutions generally considered to be universities were established in Italy, France, and England.
  • Nov 20, 1160

    The earliest university

    The earliest university
    One of the earliest universities was found "University of Paris".
  • Jun 14, 1179

    Free education for the poor was mandated by a Church.

  • Period: Jan 1, 1200 to Dec 27, 1400

    1400 BC to 1200 BC Oracle bone scripts in China

  • Mar 12, 1200

    enascence known as theScholastic Movement was spread through the monasteries.

    enascence known as theScholastic Movement was spread through the monasteries.
    12th and 13th century renascence known as theScholastic Movement was spread through the monasteries.
  • Oct 15, 1200

    2500 written characters used in China 1200 BC

  • May 30, 1300

    Embodiment of Confucian thought suitable for teaching to young children, served as a child's first formal education at home.

    From around the 13th century until the latter part of the 19th century, the Three Character Classic, which is an embodiment of Confucian thought suitable for teaching to young children, served as a child's first formal education at home.
  • Mar 20, 1400

    Late post-Classic period in Mesoamerican chronology.

    in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, a period referred to as the Late post-Classic period in Mesoamerican chronology.
  • Mar 26, 1500

    The town of Timbuktu in the West African nation of Mali became an Islamic centre of learning with students coming from as far away as the Middle East.

    The town of Timbuktu in the West African nation of Mali became an Islamic centre of learning with students coming from as far away as the Middle East.
    In the 15th and 16th centuries, the town of Timbuktu in the West African nation of Mali became an Islamic centre of learning with students coming from as far away as the Middle East.
  • May 14, 1500

    Edcation for the upper classes and location or the general population

    in the 15th and 16th centuries was divided into two principal spheres: education for the upper classes and education for the general population.
  • Jul 31, 1561

    The Church of Scotland set out a programme for spiritual reform.

  • middle ages buildings

    middle ages buildings
    few people were literateIn The Middle Ages The Building Structures were basically in open air
  • the programme was supported by the Parliament of Scotland and intrduced the taxes

  • widespread education

    widespread education
    education had become widespread in open air
  • ystem of universal education

    In central Europe,scientist and educator John Amos Comenius promulgated a reformed system of universal education that was widely used in Europe.
  • a Comission of National Education.

    Betskoy's work in Russia was soon followed by the Polish establishment of a Comission of National Education.
  • India with a school

    India	with a school
    in the 18th century centuary India with a school for every temple, mosque or village in most regions of the country.[61]
  • Obligatory schools

    Obligatory schools
    Indigenous education was widespread in India.Obligatory school attendance became common in parts of Europe
  • a system of pedagogy

    Herbert developed a system of pedagogy widely used in German-speaking areas
  • Primary school was in open air.

    Primary school was in open air.
  • no longer religious schools

    no longer religious schools
    schools were no longer religious
  • middle age buildings

    middle age buildings
    In The Middle Ages The Building Structures were basically in open air
  • Period: to

    education a high priority

    made mass education a high priority after finding that no more than 20% of India's children attended school children attended school
  • Period: to

    Public education expenditures.

    Public education expenditures.They stressed ungraded curricula, modern textbooks, and new examination systems.
  • East Europe began to provide elementary education

    most of the west central and parts of East Europe began to provide elementary education in reading writing and arthmetic.
  • New directions in education

    New directions in education included Italy, Maria Montessori's schools; and in Germany, Rudolf Steiner's devolopment of Waldorf education.
  • World oldest alphabet developed in Egypt 2000 BC

    World oldest alphabet developed in Egypt 2000 BC
  • Chinese teachings

    Chinese teachings
    Chinese teachings and ideas flowed into Japan For most craftsmen skills were learned during an apprenticeship
  • Mayan's early inscription 3rd century BC

  • Henoch wrote the book of Henoch in Ethiopia 3350 BC

  • Development of hieroglyphs were used in Abydos 3400 BC

    Development of hieroglyphs were used in Abydos 3400 BC
  • Development of writing 3500 BC

    Development of writing 3500 BC