A Practical Guide To The English Kinder-Garten [Kindergarden] (Childrens Garden) (1865 Edition) For The Use Of Mothers, Nurses And Infant Teachers; Being An Exposition Of Froebel's System Of Infant Training, Accompanied By A Great Variety Of Instructive

Froebel: Ronge (J.& B.)

Verlag: A.N.Meyers & Co and Hodson and Son, 1865
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Titel: A Practical Guide To The English ...
Verlag: A.N.Meyers & Co and Hodson and Son
Erscheinungsdatum: 1865
Einband: Hardcover
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Buchbeschreibung A.N.Meyers & Co and Hodson and Son, London, 1865. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fair. Hardcover - binding is loose, some pages are loose, spine cover loose , cover is clean ,could be re-bound - A Practical Guide To The English Kinder-Garten [Kindergarden] (Childrens Garden) (1865 Edition) For The Use Of Mothers, Nurses And Infant Teachers; Being An Exposition Of Froebel's System Of Infant Training, Accompanied By A Great Variety Of Instructive And Amusing Games And Industrial And Gymnastic Exercises, Also Numerous Songs Set To Music And Arranged To The Exercises Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel or Froebel 21 April 1782 - 21 June 1852) was a German pedagogue, a student of Pestalozzi who laid the foundation for modern education based on the recognition that children have unique needs and capabilities. He created the concept of the "kindergarten" and also coined the word now used in German and English. He also developed the educational toys known as Froebel Gifts. He began as an educator in 1805 at the Musterschule (a secondary school) in Frankfurt, where he learned about Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi's ideas. He later worked with Pestalozzi in Switzerland where his ideas further developed. From 1806 Fröbel was the live-in teacher for a Frankfurt noble family's three sons. He lived with the three children from 1808 to 1810 at Pestalozzi's institute in Yverdon-les-Bains in Switzerland. He returned to Germany, dedicated himself almost exclusively to preschool child education and began manufacturing playing materials in Bad Blankenburg. In 1837 he founded a care, playing and activity institute for small children in Bad Blankenburg. From 1838 to 1840 he also published the magazine Ein Sonntagsblatt für Gleichgesinnte (A Sunday Paper for the Like-Minded). In 1840 he coined the word kindergarten for the Play and Activity Institute he had founded in 1837 at Bad Blankenburg for young children, together with Wilhelm Middendorf and Heinrich Langethal. These two men were Fröbel's most faithful colleagues when his ideas were also transplanted to Keilhau near Rudolstadt. He designed the educational play materials known as Froebel Gifts, or Fröbelgaben, which included geometric building blocks and pattern activity blocks. A book entitled Inventing Kindergarten, by Norman Brosterman, examines the influence of Friedrich Fröbel on Frank Lloyd Wright and modern art. Friedrich Fröbel's great insight was to recognise the importance of the activity of the child in learning. He introduced the concept of "free work" (Freiarbeit) into pedagogy and established the "game" as the typical form that life took in childhood, and also the game's educational worth. Activities in the first kindergarten included singing, dancing, gardening and self-directed play with the Froebel Gifts. Fröbel intended, with his Mutter- und Koselieder - a songbook that he published - to introduce the young child into the adult world. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 31205.271127

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