The Infant System

Samuel Wilderspin



The Infant System by Samuel Wilderspin: This influential work by Samuel Wilderspin presents an early educational method for young children, emphasizing the importance of early childhood education and the nurturing of young minds. "The Infant System" outlines the principles and practices of the infant school system, advocating for a child-centered approach to learning.

Key Aspects of the Book "The Infant System":

Early Childhood Education: Wilderspin's book advocates for the value of education in early childhood, recognizing the importance of the formative years in a child's development.

Child-Centered Learning: The book promotes a child-centric educational approach, emphasizing play, exploration, and hands-on experiences.

Innovative Teaching: "The Infant System" introduces innovative teaching methods and techniques for engaging young learners.

Samuel Wilderspin was an English educator and reformer born in 1792. He is considered a pioneer in the field of early childhood education. Wilderspin's contributions laid the groundwork for modern early education practices, and his advocacy for child-centered learning continues to shape educational philosophies today.

Language English
ISBN-13 9781419167256
No of pages 379
Book Publisher i-Read Publications
Published Date 17 Jun 2004

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Author : Samuel Wilderspin


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