Froebel


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Froebel

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1. Friedrich (Wilhelm August) . 1782-- 1852, German educator: founded the first kindergarten (1840)
2. of, denoting, or relating to a system of kindergarten education developed by him or to the training and qualification of teachers to use this system
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Montessori, Froebel, and Waldorf) balance these orientations differently (Edwards, 2002).
Froebel obstruction is that he is not straight and clear in self thoughts and this cause to seen wonderfully.
As mentioned, child care in Denmark is culturally established on the tradition of Friedrich Froebel in which play is valued as a way of learning in early childhood.
of Roehampton, UK), a Froebel-trained nursery teacher, introduces early childhood educators, students, and parents to the influence of German educator Friedrich Froebel (1782-1852), the founder of kindergarten, on early childhood practice.
the Froebel model) is a better predictor of school readiness and academic achievement than standardized tests (Jeynes, 2006).
Friedrich Froebel - educador alemão e criador do Kindergarten
Later reformers include Pestalozzi, Herbart, Froebel, Montessori, and Dewey.
The current perspective of early childhood education has been shaped by schools such as the infant school, the primary school and the philosophy of Freidrich Froebel and his kindergarten curriculum.
Traditionally, there has been kindergarten (Frederick Froebel was its founder), then preschool, and now even pre-preschool.
In one article entitled "The Nature and Tasks of Play", the author reviewed the works of theorists such as Spencer-Schiller, Groos, Froebel, and Mall.
Christabel Hyde was educated at Chapel Allerton School and Leeds Institute of Education, where she gained a first-class Froebel teaching certificate and a speech and drama qualification.