Pestalozzi


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Pes·ta·loz·zi

 (pĕs′tə-lŏt′sē, -tä-lōt′-), Johann Heinrich 1746-1827.
Swiss educational reformer whose teaching theories, based on respect and attention to the individual, laid the foundation for the reform of education in the 1800s.

Pestalozzi

(ˌpɛstəˈlɒtsɪ)
n
(Biography) Johann Heinrich (joˈhan ˈhainrɪç). 1746–1827, Swiss educational reformer. His emphasis on learning by observation exerted a wide influence on elementary education

Pes•ta•loz•zi

(ˌpɛs tlˈɒt si)

n.
Johann Heinrich, 1746–1827, Swiss educator.
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As imagens nos livros comecam a se fazer presentes com mais intensidade nas obras de autores que seguem o metodo intuitivo, por isso torna-se relevante lancar um olhar sobre esse metodo, principalmente a partir das teorizacoes de Pestalozzi e seus comentadores.
Hay temas en el campo de la investigacion educativa que gozan en origen de amplia resonancia suiza, tales como Rousseau, Pestalozzi, la pedagogia catolica de Friburgo, el instituto Rousseau y autores como Claparede, Ferriere, Piaget, Bovet y otros del Movimiento de la Escuela Nueva y del Circulo de Ginebra en particular.
Put together with Swiss art gallery Kunsthalle Zurich, The Playground Project is presented as an historical examination of play and playgrounds with a real sandpit, a climbing frame and other attractions including the Lozziwurm, a tubular 'play sculpture' designed in 1972 by Yvan Pestalozzi.
This edition has been updated and includes new pioneers (Alec Clegg, Loris Malaguzzi, and Chris Athey); revised and updated conversations featuring Robert Owen, Susan Isaacs, Johann Pestalozzi, Jean Piaget, Friedrich Froebel, and Rudolf Steiner; and new conversations with Peter Clough, Susan Isaacs, Maria Montessori, Margaret McMillan, Charlotte Mason, and Cathy Nutbrown.
Most prominent in the eighteen twenties and thirties, was the Swiss educator, Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. Beatty credits Pestalozzi as being "the first European educator to develop pedagogical methods consciously derived from experimentation with real children" (Beatty 1995, 9).
My hotel, the recently renovated Hotel Pestalozzi (functional, smart and clean, it is a great spot if you are on a shoestring), is 150 metres from the lake, where I can see a fisherman rowing--nothing more than a silhouette in a cloak of silver haze: the promise of a sunny day to come.
Russell, for example, referred directly to the work of the Swiss romantic educator, Pestalozzi, as that work pertained to training the perceptive faculties through direct engagement with different objects (as was the case in the object lessons that were prevalent in Russell's time).