EDEE 250 Lecture 1

EDEE 250 Lecture 1 - The image of the young child...

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The image of the young child REFLECTING AND UNDERSTANDING HOW WE REGARD TODAY’S CHILD
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First designed as a garden for children (Frederich Froebel) The whole child: Physical Social Emotional Intellectual growth and development
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History of Kindergarten in Canada (Dixon, G. (2000) Canadian Children) 1. 1883:First public Kindergarten in Toronto: 2. LOUISA STREET SCHOOL (1882- first private Kindergarten in Kitchener, Ont. 1887 –private Kindergarten in New Brunswick) 5. 1887: Ada Marean & teacher Maria Boelte (from New York) influence Canadian E.C. education. Ontario first to issue Diplomas to Kindergarten teachers Marean came to Canada (Froebel follower)- worked in Toronto. Issues with the Church: Anglican Church did not agree with Froebel theory
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1895: Toronto Model School
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KINDERGARTEN ESTABLISHED IN QUEBEC MORE KINDERGARTENS IN ONTARIO NEXT 5 YEARS MAJOR FORUMS AND DISCUSSIONS: ADA HUGHES – ADVOCATE FOR EARLY EDUCATION. 1913 Toronto Association for
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course EDEE 250 taught by Professor Smith-gilman during the Winter '12 term at McGill.

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