How Gertrude teaches her children

Pestalozzi"s educational writings
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Other titlesEducational writings.
StatementJohann Heinrich Pestalozzi ; edited and with prefaces by Daniel N. Robinson.
SeriesSignificant contributions to the history of psychology, 1750-1920 -- v. 2
ContributionsCooke, Ebenezer, ca. 1667-ca. 1732, Green, John Alfred, 1867-, Robinson, Daniel N., 1937-, Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich, 1746-1827
The Physical Object
Pagination763 p. in various pagings :
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Open LibraryOL22189335M
ISBN 100890931631
LC Control Number77072191

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Holland, Frances C. Turner: BooksCited by: His book How Gertrude Teaches Her Children was his attempt in the form of letters to explain his educational method. Pestalozzi had a profound effect on the rise of progressive education through his books and through visits by important folks to the various schools he founded.

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How Gertrude Teaches Her Children: An Attempt to Help Mothers to Teach Their Own Children and an Account of the Method Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, Ebenezer Cooke C.W. Bardeen, - Domestic education - pages.

During the winter he personally tended them with the utmost devotion, but in June the building was required by the French for a hospital, and his charges were dispersed. In Pestalozzi gave an exposition of his ideas on education in the book How Gertrude teaches her Children.

His method is to proceed from the easier to the more jacksonmealsmatter.com: Jan 12, His initial influence on the development of thinking about pedagogy owes much a book he published in How Gertrude Teaches Her Children – and the fact that he had carried his proposals through into practice.

He wanted to establish a ‘psychological method. How Gertrude Teaches Her Children: An Attempt to Help Mothers to Teach Their Children and an Account of the Method.

Title: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere. Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital jacksonmealsmatter.com projects include the Wayback Machine, jacksonmealsmatter.com and jacksonmealsmatter.com A first draft of his main principles of education was presented in in his book Wie Gertrud ihre Kinder lehrt (How Gertrude teaches her children).

The underlying concept was that human nature is made up of mechanically structured innate predispositions and self-powers, whereby the innate teleological structured predispositions are too weak.

How Gertrude teaches her children; an attempt to help mothers to teach their own children and an account of The method. by Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi,Lucy E Holland,Francis C Turner,Ebenezer Cooke.

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Holland and Francis C. Turner and" by Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi,Ebenezer Cooke availab. Beasley’s mother eventually divorces her father—unheard of at the time—and moves to Abilene, where she hopes to get her 13 children an education. Only Gertrude is interested. Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich, How Gertrude teaches her children.

An attempt to help mothers to teach their own children and an account of the method. An attempt to help mothers to teach their own children and an account of the method. Although his school lasted only a short year, Pestalozzi next moved to the Castle of Burgdorf to open another school.

While at Burgdorf, he wrote a systematic treatise on Education entitled “How Gertrude Teaches Her Children.” Inhe moved his school to its final location in Yverdon. Wie Gertrud ihre Kinder lehrt (; How Gertrude Teaches Her Children) contains the main principles of intellectual education: that the child’s innate faculties should be evolved and that he should learn how to think, proceeding gradually from observation to comprehension to the formation of clear ideas.

Although the teaching method is. InPestalozzi wrote a book "How Gertrude Teaches Her Children". He believed in putting what's "right" before what's "correct", when teaching. Jan 1, Friedrich Froebel Established first kindergarden in Germany in He said kindergarden was a garden of children, garden for children, where they can grow and develop in freedom.

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Robert Owen () Environmentalist; believed that by controlling the circumstances and consequent outcomes of child-rearing, a new and more perfect society could be built; and opened an infant school in Friedrich Wilhelm Froebel.