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History of early childhood education

History of early childhood education (3회 대출)

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Lascarides, V. Celia. Hinitz, Blythe Simone Farb , 1944-
서명 / 저자사항
History of early childhood education / V. Celia Lascarides and Blythe F. Hinitz.
발행사항
New York :   Falmer Press,   2000.  
형태사항
xxvi, 662 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
총서사항
Garland reference library of social science ; Source books on education ; v. 982. v. 55
ISBN
0815317948 (alk. paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Early childhood education -- History. Early childhood education -- United States -- History.
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CONTENTS

LIST OF FIGURES = xiii

PREFACE = xv

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS = xvii

INTRODUCTION = xix

ABBREVIATIONS = xxiii

PART Ⅰ : THE BEGINNINGS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION = 1

 CHAPTER 1 : Antiquity = 3

  Ancient Greece = 3

  Sparta(600 B. C.) = 4

  Education of Boys = 5

  Classical Athens(Fifth-Fourth Century B. C.) = 6

  Rome(1000 B. C.-A. D. 476) = 15

  Chapter Summary = 23

  Comment = 24

  Notes = 24

 CHAPTER 2 : European Roots = 29

  Introduction : The Middle Ages and the Renaissance = 29

  Jan Amos Komensky(1592-1670)(Bohemia) = 35

  The Seventeenth Century in England = 46

  John Locke(1632-1704)(England) = 46

  British Infant Schools = 50

  Jean-Jacques Rousseau(1712-1778)(France) = 50

  Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi(1746-1827)(Switzerland) = 53

  Chapter Summary = 62

  Notes = 63

 CHAPTER 3 : The Industrial Revolution(1700-1850) = 69

  Robert Owen(1771-1858) = 70

  Chapter Summary = 81

  Notes = 81

 CHAPTER 4 : Friedrich Wilhelm Froebel(1782-1852) = 85

  Froebel's Childhood and Youth(1782-1797) = 86

  Preparation for Life and a Profession(1797-1816) = 87

  Teacher and Educational Reformer : The Keilhau Years(1816-1836) = 90

  Froebel's Philosophy = 93

  The Switzerland Years = 97

  Founder of the Kindergarten(1836-1848) = 97

  Development and Expansion of the Kindergarten = 98

  Women as Teachers = 99

  Materials and Curriculum : Gifts and Occupations = 100

  Mutter-und Kose-Lieder = 104

  Froebel's Later Years at Liebenstein(1849-1852) = 105

  Froebelian Literature = 109

  Chapter Summary = 109

  Comment = 110

  Notes = 110

 CHAPTER 5 : Post-Industrial Revolution(1860-1980) = 117

  Grace Owen(1873-1965) = 117

  Margaret McMillan(1860-1931) and Rachel McMillan(1859-1917) = 119

  Jean Piaget(1896-1980) = 124

  Chapter Summary = 136

  Notes = 137

 CHAPTER 6 : Maria Montessori(1870-1952) = 143

  Biographical Portrait = 143

  Educational Thought and Writings = 146

  How Children Were Treated(During the First Half of the 1900s) = 147

  Dr. Montessori's View of Children and Their Importance = 147

  The Stages of Development of the Child According to Maria Montessori = 148

  Similarities and Differences between Children and Adults = 152

  Work and Play as Defined by Maria Montessori = 152

  The Aims and Goals of Education = 154

  Principles of Learning and Instruction = 154

  The Educational Environment-The Children's House(Casa dei Bambini) = 154

  Structure and Freedom in the Use of Materials = 155

  The Directress/Director and the Teacher's Role = 156

  Montessori Teacher Training = 157

  Montessori Publications = 159

  Objective and Evaluative Research = 159

  Comparisons with Froebelian Theory = 159

  Comparisons with the Psychoanalytic Approach = 160

  Comparisons with Progressive Theory and the Work of Dewey = 161

  Comparisons with the "Open Classroom" = 161

  Comparisons with Constructivist and Piagetian Theory = 161

  Work for Peace = 162

  Chapter Summary = 164

  Notes = 164

PART Ⅱ : EARLY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES = 169

 CHAPTER 7 : European Settlement = 171

  Who Were the Colonists? = 172

  The Colonial Period in New England(1620-1776) = 172

  Chapter Summary = 188

  Notes = 188

 CHAPTER 8 : American Educational Reformers = 191

  Horace Mann(1796-1859) = 191

  William Torrey Harris(1835-1909) = 200

  Granville Stanley Hall(1844-1924) = 203

  William Heard Kilpatrick(1871-1965) = 209

  Eudora(1835-1904) and William Nicholas Hailmann(1836-1920) = 212

  The Progressive Movement = 215

  John Dewey(1859-1952) = 215

  The Dewey School : The Laboratory School of the University of Chicago(1896-1903) = 219

  Chapter Summary = 225

  Notes = 225

 CHAPTER 9 : The Kindergarten Movement = 235

  American Beginnings = 235

  Maria Boelte(1836-1918) = 237

  Elizabeth Palmer Peabody(1804-1894) = 239

  Mary Tyler Peabody Mann(1806-1887) = 243

  The Kindergarten in the St. Louis Public Schools(1872-1880) = 244

  Susan E. Blow(1843-1916) = 245

  Kindergarten and the Centennial Exposition = 246

  The Role of Toy Manufacturers and Publishers = 247

  Free or Charity Kindergartens(1873-1893) = 248

  Kate Douglas Wiggin(1856-1923) = 250

  Kindergarten in the Public Schools(1880-1930) = 250

  Henry Barnard(1811-1900) = 252

  Section Summary = 255

  Kindergarten in the Midwestern States = 255

  Kindergarten in the Western States = 258

  Patty Smith Hill(1868-1946) = 260

  Alice B. Temple(1866-1946) = 269

  The Training of Kindergarten Teachers = 272

  Section Summary = 283

  Notes = 283

 CHAPTER 10 : The Nursery School Movement = 295

  Caroline Pratt(1867-1954) = 297

  The Bureau of Educational Experiments(1916) = 299

  Harriet Merrill Johnson(1867-1934) = 300

  Little Red Schoolhouse(1929) = 302

  Margaret Naumburg(1890-1983) = 303

  Creative Arts in the Experimental Nursery Schools = 306

  Parent Cooperative Preschools in the United States(1915, 1916) = 307

  Bird T. Baldwin(1875-1928) = 310

  Land-Grant Colleges/Home Economics = 313

  The Nursery School of the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts at Ames(1924) = 314

  Edna Noble White(1879-1954) = 316

  The Merrill-Palmer Nursery School(1921) = 318

  Arnold Lucius Gesell(1880-1961) = 322

  The Guidance Nursery of the Yale Psycho-Clinic(1926) = 325

  Lawrence Kelso Frank(1890-1968) = 329

  Abigail Adams Eliot(1892-1992) = 332

  The Ruggles Street Nursery School and Training Centre of Boston(1922-1952) = 337

  James L. Hymes, Jr.(1913-1998) = 339

  Training of Nursery School Teachers = 341

  Notes = 347

 CHAPTER 11 : Day Nurseries to Day Care to Child Care to Quality 2000 = 359

  Historical Context : The 1800s = 360

  Historical Context : l900-1950s = 362

  Types of Day Nurseries = 362

  Historical Context : 1960s-1990s = 365

  Guidelines, Regulations, Standards, and Licensing = 367

  Federal Actions = 368

  For-Profit Child Care = 369

  Training of Personnel = 370

  Notes = 373

 CHAPTER 12 : Federal Government Involvement(1900-1950) = 377

  White House Conferences on Children and Youth(1909-1970) = 377

  The Emergency Nursery Schools(1933-1943) = 380

  Lanham Act Child Care Centers(1943-1946) = 391

  The Kaiser Child Service Centers = 394

  Chapter Summary = 395

  Notes = 396

 CHAPTER 13 : Federal Government Involvement in the l960s and Beyond = 401

  Head Start = 401

  Edward Frank Zigler(1930- ) = 407

  Donald(Keith) Osborn(1927-1994) = 409

  The Beginnings of Head Start : Examples from the 1960s = 410

  Carol Brunson Phillips Day(1947- ) = 421

  Project Follow-Through = 423

  Parent and Child Centers = 427

  Special Education = 442

  Chapter Summary = 447

  Notes = 448

PART Ⅲ : DIVERSE POPULATIONS = 461

 CHAPTER 14 : Native Americans = 463

  Native American Traditional Child Rearing = 463

  Education after Contact with the Europeans = 468

  Sarah Winnemucca(1844-1891) = 481

  Chapter Summary = 486

  Notes = 486

 CHAPTER 15 : Black Americans = 491

  America's Peculiar Institution = 492

  The Slave Quarter = 492

  The Black Family in the Slave Quarter = 493

  Child Rearing in the Slave Quarter = 495

  Religion = 499

  Education = 500

  Frederick Douglass(1817-1895) = 504

  Booker T. Washington(1856-1915) = 509

  Black Women's Clubs = 511

  Mary Church Terrell(1863-1954) = 512

  Josephine Silone Yates(1859-1912) = 513

  Chapter Summary = 516

  Notes = 517

 CHAPTER 16 : Asian-Americans = 521

  Chinese = 521

  Japanese = 525

  Filipinos = 531

  Ethnic Groups Coming from South Asia after World War Ⅱ = 531

  Chapter Summary = 534

  Notes = 535

 CHAPTER 17 : Hispanic-Americans = 539

  Mexican-Americans = 539

  Puerto Ricans = 543

  Teacher Education = 546

  Chapter Summary = 547

  Notes = 547

 CHAPTER 18 : Bilingualism = 551

  The Renaissance of Bilingual Education = 551

  Languages of the United States = 552

  The Twentieth Century = 555

  Enactment of Federal Legislation Mandating Bilingual Education = 557

  Definitions of Bilingualism = 558

  Types of Bilingual Education Programs = 559

  The Rationale for Bilingual Instruction in Early Childhood = 559

  Chapter Summary = 563

  Notes = 563

 CHAPTER 19 : Recent Influences from Overseas(Twentieth Century) = 567

  Israel = 567

  England(Open Education) = 579

  Chapter Summary = 586

  Notes = 586

PART Ⅳ : PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS = 593

 CHAPTER 20 : Professional Organizations and Their Programs = 595

  Association for Childhood Education International = 595

  National Association for the Education of Young Children(NAEYC) = 598

  Evangeline Howlett Ward(1920-1985) = 609

  World Organization for Early Childhood Education(Organisation Mondiale pour I' Education Prescolaire)(OMEP) = 612

  Notes = 614

 CHAPTER 21 : Conclusions = 621

  The Importance of Children = 621

  The Care and Education of Children : Parental Teacher Role = 622

  Differentiation between Children and Adults = 623

  Importance of Play = 623

  Aim, Goal, and Purpose of Education = 624

  Diversity = 624

  Content Taught and Classroom Organization = 626

  Professional Development of Teachers = 627

  Trends = 628

  The Long View Back = 629

  Note = 629

APPENDIX 1 : Daily Schedules of Nursery Schools = 631

APPENDIX 2 : Materials and Equipment = 633

APPENDIX 3 : The Children's Charter = 637

APPENDIX 4 : Chronology of Educational Pioneers and Their Countries/States = 639

INDEX = 641



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