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W seng saksreyney

  1. 1. WESTERN UNIVERSITY [FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION] Prepared by: SengSaksreyney ASSIGNMENT JOHANN HEINRICH PESTALOZZI (1746-1827) Pioneer of Teaching and Learning The life of the Swiss educator Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746-1827) coincided with the early industrial revolution in Europe and America when factory-made products were replacing home handicrafts. Early industrialization changed family life as women and children entered the work force. Concerned about the impact of this economic change on families and children, Pestalozzi sought to develop schools that, like loving families and children, would nurture children’s development. His ideas about the relationship of families and schools are useful in today’s rapidly changing global society. Pestalozzi’s Educational Philosophy Pestalozzi agreed with Rousseau that “humans are naturally good but were spoiled bythe corrupt society”.Although Rousseau was a historical mentor for him, he significantly revised Rousseau’s method. While Rousseau rejected schools, Pestalozzi believed that schools, if properly organized, could become centers of effective learning. Pestalozzi’s Philosophy of Learning Styles Pestalozzi’s method of education emphasize the right of children to learn in a unhurried manner in a caring environment such as warm and secure school ( a healthy homelike learning environment which teachers can gain students’ trust and affection and nurture their self-esteem), sensory learning ( object lesson which children learn about their environment by carefully observing natural phenomena), andslow,precise learning in a loving environment ( feeding students if they are hungry or comforting them if they are frightened, concluding the capable of loving children). Pestalozzi based learning on natural principles and stressed the importance of human emotions. SENG SAKSREYNEY W-101 Afternoon shift

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