Preschool Theories and Philosophies

Preschool Theories and Philosophies

While developing Curriculum, Preschool Theories and Philosophies are required, so that we follow pedagogically sound practices and Developmentally Appropriate practices. Preschool Theories and Philosophies are required to conduct ‘Learning and Education’, through age & level (Pre-K / K / Class 1 etc) aligned Units, Themes, Content Standards. And also, Preschool Theories and Philosophies are required for child appropriate instructional approaches and child appropriate learning resources and materials.

Preschool Theories and Philosophies besides philosophical bases also include principles of learning, the rationale and the psychological and pedagogical bases.

The ZERO Curriculum™ has used all available Preschool Theories and Philosophies, wherever required and appropriate.

The ZERO Curriculum™ is ‘TESTED’ with all available Preschool Theories and Philosophies, wherever required and appropriate. In fact

The ZERO Curriculum™ has brought all available Preschool Theories and Philosophies in proper practice.

List of some Preschool Theories and Philosophies being used in The ZERO Curriculum™ is –

Maria Montessori, Lev Vygotsky, Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson, John Dewey, Maslow, Loris Malaguzzi (Reggio Emilia), Sara Smilansky (Learning through Play), Rudolf Steiner (Waldorf), Howard Gardner©*, R. N. Caine, G. Caine, E. Jensen, R. Sylvester, Bloom’s Taxonomy, Paulo Freire, Friedrich Froebel, Thematic Approach, Integrated Approach, Experiential Education, Pestalozzi, Freud, Learning through Play, Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore.

Some Philosophers and Thinkers on Education impacting Preschool Curriculum —

Lev Vygotsky, Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson, John Dewey, Maslow, Loris Malaguzzi (Reggio Emilia), Sara Smilansky (Learning through Play), Rudolf Steiner (Waldorf), Howard Gardner©*, R. N. Caine, G. Caine, E. Jensen, R. Sylvester, Bloom’s Taxonomy, Paulo Freire, Friedrich Froebel, Thematic Approach, Integrated Approach, Experiential Education, Pestalozzi, Freud, Learning through Play, Michael W.Apple, Carl Bereiter, Basil Bernstein, Pierre Bourdieu,  Clark Kerr,  Susan Isaacs,  Jean-François Lyotard,  Philip Wesley Jackson,  Ivan Illich, Maxine Greene,  Harry Broudy,  Jerome S.Bruner,  Lawrence A.Cremin,  Linda Darling-Hammond,  Margaret Donaldson,  Michel Foucault,  Henry Giroux,  John I.Goodlad,  Jürgen Habermas,  Martin Heidegger,  Torsten Husen,  Jane Roland Martin, A.S.Neill,  Nel Noddings, Michael Oakeshott,  R.S.Peters,  Herbert Edward Read,  Carl Rogers,  Harold Rugg,  Seymour B.Sarason,  Israel Scheffler,  Joseph J.Schwab,  Lee S.Shulman,  Theodore R.Sizer,  Burrhus Frederic Skinner,  Ralph Winifred Tyler,  Simone Weil,  John White,  Ludwig Wittgenstein, Paul H.Hirst,  Neil Postman,  Lawrence Kohlberg,  Donald Thomas Campbell,  Lee J.Cronbach, Elliot Eisner, 


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Preschool Principles, Theories and Philosophies

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