|Statement||Evelyn Weber ; foreword by Millie Almy.|
|Series||Early childhood education series, Early childhood education series (Teachers College Press)|
|LC Classifications||LB1140 .W425 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 253 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||253|
|ISBN 10||0807727628, 0807727679|
|LC Control Number||84008588|
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Influencing Early Childhood Education: Key Figures, Philosophies and Ideas by Pound,. at - ISBN - ISBN - Open University Press - - . Building on this idea, the next individual who contributed to the early beginnings of early childhood education was John Amos Comenius ( ), who strongly believed that learning for children is rooted in sensory exploration. Comenius wrote the first children’s picture book . Thinking about early childhood educationwill offer an academic and critical approach to the wealth of theories that underpin elements of current practice in early childhood care and education. It will focus on analyzing the rise and interconnectedness of theories of learning and development. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION By Jamie Gianoutsos Both John Locke () and Jean-Jacques Rousseau () write as early modern social contract theorists, and both promote reason and freedom as essential components of political societies. Yet these thinkers take many distinct, and at times opposing, stances on education.