History of Education

By anam
  • 100

    The First School

    The First School
    The first school in he whole world was invented by the Greeks or Byzantines in 3000 BC. It was for young biys to learn how to become scribes.
  • 105

    Invention of Paper

    Invention of Paper
    AD 105 is often cited as the year in which papermaking was invented by the Chinese. Papers gradually became the medium of written text in schools.
  • 590

    Invention of Quill Pens

    Invention of Quill Pens
    Most scholars agree that quill pens came into use in Western Europe by the end of the sixth century AD, and were primarily used for writing church documents on parchment. They gradually became the souce of writing for students.
  • Mar 11, 1400

    The Renaissance

    The Renaissance
    The Renaissance or the 're-birth' of learning started in Europe in the 15th Centuary. People began one again to think for themselves, instead of blindly accepting the traditional ideas that they had been taught. It marked great changes in religious, scientific, art and literary education.
  • Invention of Blackboards

    Invention of Blackboards
    James Pillans invented the blackboard and coloured chalks and used these to teach Geography. Blackboards started as handheld slates. Paper and pencils were scare and expensive. Scotsman and geography teacher James Pillans essentially put those small slates together on a wall to make the first blackboard.
  • Mordern Day Schools

    Mordern Day Schools
    Information technology has crept into the field of education. Modern man can't imagine schools without computer. Computer have become a vital part of schools since the 20th Centuary.