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Jacob, Frank – Global Education Review, 2023
Ernst Papanek (1900-1973) was an Austrian pedagogue who, between 1938 and 1940, was responsible for children's homes in France he directed for the OSE (Oeuvre de secours aux en-fants). In these children's homes at Montmorency, close to Paris, Papanek tried to treat the traumatized children who had lost their homes, their parents, and those who…
Descriptors: Jews, Children, Refugees, Trauma
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Kivelä, Ari – Global Education Review, 2023
Every theory of education endorses an image of a human being as someone who can be educated and is capable of self-education and self-cultivation. Since J.F. Herbart, educationalists have been sketching this image under the title "Bildsamkeit," which has become a central element of the specific German way of speaking about educational…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Educational Philosophy, Foreign Countries, Educational Anthropology
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Kenklies, Karsten – Global Education Review, 2023
When Herbart in 1802 introduced the concept of "Pedagogical Tact" in his first lecture on pedagogy, he answered to a systematic problem that had also troubled his predecessor: It was within his theory of judgement that Immanuel Kant attempted to solve the problem of the relation of theory and practice, of theoretical and practical…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Teaching Methods, Educational Theories, Theory Practice Relationship
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Roseanne Vallice Levy – Global Education Review, 2023
The author shares her journey as an Indian American within the U.S. education system, weaving personal experiences using Krashen's Affective Filter Hypothesis. From early linguistic challenges to transformative moments in higher education and as a secondary teacher, the author reflects on the impact of educational environments on identity and…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Language Acquisition, Asian Americans, Attitudes
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Eric Martone – Global Education Review, 2023
In 1950, the Sisters of Mercy opened Mercy Junior College in Tarrytown, New York for younger members of their order. In 1961, with financial assistance from the Rockefeller family, they relaunched it as a private 4-year institution for women at a new complex in Dobbs Ferry. From 1911 onward, however, the Rockefellers had a complex relationship…
Descriptors: Private Financial Support, Womens Education, Philanthropic Foundations, Educational History
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May, Helen – Global Education Review, 2022
Miss Isabel Little was a Scottish infant teacher who immigrated to New Zealand in 1912. She was described as a "Froebel trained Scot from Edinburgh" and known around Wellington education circles for her "modern methods". In contrast to known Froebelian pioneers, Miss Little's historical footprint is light but the few glimpses…
Descriptors: Educational History, Early Childhood Education, Strategic Planning, Foreign Countries
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Johansson, Jan-Erik – Global Education Review, 2022
How can we use Friedrich Froebel's play theory in order to analyze ECEC, Early Childhood Education and Care? Wolfgang Klafki builds his theory of categorical "Bildung" on Froebel's play theory, which presupposes the interaction between child, adult and content, as in the didactic triangle. Froebel's play theory was lost in the hands of…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Video Technology, Child Development
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Cameron, Kristen; Boyles, Deron – Global Education Review, 2022
Contemporary Froebelian-inspired early childhood education in the United States is challenged by government regulation and accreditation requirements that have arisen alongside neoliberalism in education. Using Critical Policy Analysis and case study examples from a preschool in Atlanta, Georgia, this paper examines the influence of neoliberalism…
Descriptors: Standards, Educational Quality, Neoliberalism, Teaching Methods
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Flemig, Sophie; McNair, Lynn – Global Education Review, 2022
In this article, we engage with a question that has occupied the professional, policy, and popular discourse on education and socialization: are a child's development potential and outcomes contingent on innate abilities ("nature") or environment ("nurture") (Plomin, DeFries, & Fulker, 1988; Stiles, 2011; Tabery, 2014;…
Descriptors: Nature Nurture Controversy, Child Development, Environmental Influences, Educational Change
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Howe, Sally – Global Education Review, 2022
The purpose of this theoretical paper is to examine the links between the philosophical underpinnings of Froebelian pedagogy (where pedagogy is understood as the basis on which early childhood practices are developed) and the pedagogy of a recent movement in environmental education for young children; the Common Worlds Research Collective. Current…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy, Early Childhood Education, Environmental Education
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Wasmuth, Helge – Global Education Review, 2022
What does it mean to be a Froebelian in the 21st century? It is not a new question but one that is more urgent than ever. Not only since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic but for years, young children and their well-being have been thrust aside, and Early Childhood Education and Care worldwide has been treated as subordinate. The Global Education…
Descriptors: Young Children, Well Being, Early Childhood Education, Kindergarten
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Bradley, Jon; Allison, Sam – Global Education Review, 2021
In sharp contrast to the musings of a senior student, the mandatory history texts follow a narrow provincial orientation. The recently introduced Quebec high school history program offers adolescents a slanted narrative devoid of larger interconnected contexts as hailed; for example, by Oakeshott (2004), MacMillan (2009), and/or Canadine (2013).…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, High School Students, Area Studies
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Schroeder, Leila – Global Education Review, 2020
Even a quick glance at international data reveals something troubling: There is an increasing economic and educational gap between Africa and the rest of the world. If we look just a bit deeper, we find that economic and educational stagnation may simply be the inevitable outcomes of broad educational failure for millions of rural African…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Economic Development, Rural Areas, Academic Failure
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Whitty, Pam; Lysack, Monica; Lirette, Patricia; Lehrer, Joanne; Hewes, Jane – Global Education Review, 2020
We are five early childhood researchers, from across Canada, thrown together amongst a series of alarming discourses, where developmental, economic, and neuroscientific rationales for ECEC drown out alternative theoretical perspectives, as well as personal experience, values, subjective knowledges, and the fierce passion we feel for our work. In…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Educational Policy, Curriculum
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Karsgaard, Carrie – Global Education Review, 2019
Literature classrooms hold great potential to educate students for critical global citizenship through serious engagement with marginalized stories that test or subvert mainstream knowledges and structures, including the familiar humanitarian framework that dominates Western thinking about the Global South. Unfortunately, much existing literary…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Citizenship Education, Social Values, Western Civilization
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