Konstantin Ushinsky, educationalist

Konstantin Ushinsky, educationalist

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Caption: Konstantin Ushinsky. Portrait of Konstantin Ushinsky (1824-1871), Russian educationalist. Konstantin Ushinsky was born in Tula, Russia, and studied law at Moscow University. From 1846 to 1849 he was a professor at the Demidov Lyceum in Yaroslavl but was forced to leave because of his liberal views. He taught at a number of educational institutions, and wrote on the theory and practice of education. He was influenced by the Swiss educationalist Pestalozzi, and Pestalozzi's pupil Hugel. He promoted liberal reforms in education and believed that emancipated peasants should have access to schools, teachers and textbooks. He authored children's textbooks and readers, and developed the Analytic-Synthetic Phonetic Method for learning reading and writing, which is still the main method used in Russian schools today.

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