1.He believed that children should have the freedom to be themselves and there should be little adult intervention.
2.Children learn through curiosity
3.Early education should be natural.
4.Children should only be asked to learn things when they are developmentally ready.
1.He believed that natural learning should be combined with informal instruction.
2.To help a child's reading process grow teachers should use sensory manipulative experiences.
Froebel was the first one to use systematic curriculum
It is important that there is play involved in a childs learning
3.Teachers should facilitate learning and design playful activities for student learning.
She believed that children needed early, orderly, systematic training in order to master skills.
5 senses: touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight.
Her curriculum is based on behaviorist theory.
He believed that the curriculum should be built around the interest of children and that children learn through play in real life settings.
He believed that learning is maximized through integrating content areas.
DISTAR: Direct Instruction System for Teaching Arithmetic and Reading , programmed reading series and success.