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ECHE310 Tutorial and Lecture Full Notes

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Education Euthenics Knowledge sharing Educational psychology Learning Developmental psychology Pedagogy Learning space Outdoor education Playground Play Educational technology Friedrich Frobel
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Education Euthenics Knowledge sharing Educational psychology Learning Developmental psychology Pedagogy Learning space Outdoor education Playground Play Educational technology Friedrich Frobel
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Children should spend considerable time outdoors • Johann Pestalozzi (1746- 1827) • The interests and needs of the child • A child centered rather than teacher centered approach to teaching • Active rather than passive participation in the learning experience • The child having direct experience of the world and the use of natural objects in teaching • The use of the senses- training children in observing and judgement • Friedrich Frobel (1782- 1852) • Nature had a central positi...
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