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Ch 1 - Early Theories: Preformationism, Locke, and Rousseau

Ch 1 - Early Theories: Preformationism, Locke, and Rousseau

Preformationism

Locke's Environmentalism

Biographical Introduction

Locke's View of Development

Locke's Educational Philosophy

Self-Control

The Best Rewards and Punishments

Courage

Rules

Children's Special Characteristics

Academic Instruction

Evaluation

Rousseau's Romantic Naturalism

Biographical Introduction

Rousseau's Theory of Development

Stage 1: Infancy (birth to about 2 years)

Stage 2: Childhood (about 2 to 12 years)

Stage 3: Late Childhood (about 12 to 15 years)

Stage 4: Adolescence

Rousseau's Educational Method

Emile's Education

Comparison With the Usual Practices

Evaluation

 

Last Revised: February 17, 2007 12:58 PM

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