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The education of man

Author: Friedrich Fröbel; W N Hailmann
Publisher: Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 2005.
Series: Dover books on history, political and social science.
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In this classic of childhood education, Friedrich Froebel identifies the fundamental principles upon which he based his now-ubiquitous kindergarten system. Froebel demonstrates how to channel child's play and integrate it into the development of intelligence and social skills, explaining the vital inner connection between the pupil's mind and the subject of study. Rooted in the theories of Johann Heinrich  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Fröbel; W N Hailmann
ISBN: 048644516X 9780486445168
OCLC Number: 59879451
Notes: Originally published: New York : D. Appleton and Co., 1898 (International education series ; v. 5).
Description: xxv, 340 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Dover books on history, political and social science.
Other Titles: Menschenerziehung.
Responsibility: Friedrich Froebel ; translated and annotated by W.N. Hailmann.
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In this classic of childhood education, Friedrich Froebel identifies the fundamental principles upon which he based his now-ubiquitous kindergarten system. Froebel demonstrates how to channel child's play and integrate it into the development of intelligence and social skills, explaining the vital inner connection between the pupil's mind and the subject of study. Rooted in the theories of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, Froebel's approach to early childhood education exercised enormous influence over modern techniques, particularly those of John Dewey.

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