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Friedrich Froebel’s Pedagogics of Kindergarten
ISBN : 9788130705826
Author : J. Jarvis
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Binding : Paperback
Publisher : Cosmo Publications
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The Series brings together the best Western writings upon educational subjects from ancient times to the First World War. The range of writings cover practical, theoretical and historical education. Taken together these historical and critical texts provide a theoretical framework for the practice of teaching. Many of these texts are very uncommon and are useful today to historians of education, social history and educationalists.
Focused on Friedrich Froebel (1782-1852), the German philosopher of education most famous for starting the kindergarten movement, the set gathers 11 volumes on the early education of children, including translations of some of Froebel’s most important writings, expositions of Froebel’s philosophy by others, and other notable authors on the development of the young child.
— includes now rare volumes from the turn-of-the-century International Education Series
— early twentieth-century ideas on the theory and practice of education
— most important classic series on education made available together for the first time.