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History of the ECE Profession
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Friedrich Froebel was born at OberwiBbach, Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt Germany
Friedrich Froebel died at Schweina, Germany
Maria Montessori was born at Chiaravalle, Marche, Italy
Maria Montessori dies at Noordwijk, Netherlands
Friedrich Froebel sent letter to brother talking about how a school should be set up
Friedrich Froebel started training in an institude ran by Johann Pestalozzi
Fredrich Froebel left the institude ran by Jahonn Pestalozzi
Friedrich Froebel publushed his first book, The Education of Man.
Between 1848 and 1852 many kindergartens opened all over Germany
Maria Montessori started studing her second degree, in education, experiment psychology, and anthropology, at the University of Rome
Maria Montessori opened the first Children's House in Rome
Maria Montessori's method is already being used in schools around the world
Lev Vygotsky was born in Orsha, Belarus
Lev Vygotsky died at Moscow, Russia
Lev Vygotsky embarked on his teaching carrer
Lev Vygotsky was heavily influenced by the holistic theories of German-American group of proponents of Gestalt psychology, most notably Kurt Goldstein and Kurt Lewin of the Gestalt movement.
Jean Piaget was born at Neuchatel, Switerland
Jean Piaget died at Geneva, Switzerland
He developed a deep interest in biology and natural sciences as a child and published several articles on mollusks
Jean Piaget was awarded the Erasmus Prize by the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation for his contributions to European culture, society, and social science
Howard Gardner was born at Scranton, PA
Howard Gardner studied in psychology and the social sciences grew
Howard Gardner's first full-length statement of his theory of multiple intelligences.
Howard Gardner was the recipient of the 1990 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Education.
One of the first Emilia Approach schools were built (Loris Malaguzzi)
Loris Malaguzzi was born in Correggio, Italy
Loris Malaguzzi died at Reggio Emilia, Italy
Loris Malaguzzi finished his schooling
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