time line of the history of special education

  • Old Deluder Satan Act

    required opportunity for education - voluntary
  • France profided public costodial care for people with disabilities

    from 1656-1800
  • Cumpulsory education in all New England colonies

  • Focus is on WHERE students will be educated

    1800-1850 social responsibility to meet scientific and social standards.
  • Enlightment Project

    Specialized experts were needed. Wanted to prove biomedical cause for insantiy and idiocy to claim legitiamacy.
  • Renewed pessimism

    Less focus on mental health and more focus on protecting general public by segregation, classification and other forms of control.
  • First General Compulsory School Law passed

  • Nearly all 32 states enforced compulsary education laws.

  • specialized classes for segregation developed

    including "incorrigables, steamers, industrial" classes and ungraded classes for "laggards"
  • Laws for state school system and supportive taxes are in place.

  • Ability tracks and segregated programs had been created in many areas.

  • Professionalization period focusing on WHO will teach

    Development of special educators, social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists.
  • Progressive era 1890-1925

  • NEA commitee of ten establish standart curriculum

  • first special education class formed specifically for "mental defectives".

    Providence Rhode Island
  • My Pedagogic Creed

    John Dewey
  • Education bodies established. ie. NEA

  • The School and Society

    John Dewey
  • Scientific view of social issues and possible solutions

  • Child and the Curriculum

    John Dewey
  • Binet's first intelligence test

  • Edward Thorndike states psychology makes ideas of educational clames clearer

  • Elements of Waste in Education

    John Franklin Bobbit
  • Democracy and Education: An Introduction of Education was published.

  • All states adapt compulsory school attendance.

  • The Curriculum published

    John Franklin Bobbit
  • The Cardinal Principals of Secondary Education

    created by the commision on the reorganization of secondary education setting standards for forming goals before reforming schools.
  • All states had passed compulsory wchool law that required attendance.

  • 133 school systems provided special education classes for over 23,000 students.

    Primarily populated by immigrants and working class boys in separate classrooms.
  • How to Make a Curriculum is published

  • How We Think: A Restement of the Relation of Reflective Thinking to the Educative Process was published.

  • Experience and Education was published.

  • Institutions veiwed as relief to families and removing burden on society

  • Ralph W. Tyler: Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction

  • Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Handbook I: The Cognitive Domain

    Six levels of cognitive domain
  • Curriculum Mapping

    Fenwick W. English
  • IDEA

    IDEA was passed
  • The Seven Step Lesson Plan

    Madeline Hunter
  • IDEA fully implemented

    accessability increased, least restrictive environment, disability rights movement, deinstitutionalization, descrimination legislation
  • 4,000,000 students served

  • Focus shift to WHERE teaching happens.

    From 1980-90 the focus moves to where education is taking place instead of who is teaching and what is being taught.
  • A Nation at Risk was published

  • Frames of Mind: the theory of multiple intelligences

    Howard Gardner
  • First set of national standards

    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Goals 2000: Educate America Act

    special council established to certify national and state c ontent and performance standards, opportunities to learn and state assessments.
  • Curriculum Mapping

    Heidi Hayes
  • Professional Learning Communities

    Richard Du Four
  • Understanding By Design

    Grant Wiggins and Jay M Tighe
  • The Differentiate Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners

    Carol Ann Tomlinson
  • No Child Left Behind Act

  • 6,254,000 students being served, 62% increase

  • Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction

    H. Lynn Erickson