We seek to change that.
As an organisation of educators, university-based researchers, and early years providers, the IFS provides an international forum for the development of child-centred and play-based educational theories and practices, especially but not exclusively those associated with the inventor of the Kindergarten, Friedrich Froebel (1782-1852).
Froebel: Gifts for our future 11, Looking Inwards, Looking Outwards, Looking Forwards The Edinburgh Froebel Network conference, sponsored by the Froebel Trust will be held on 21st September 2019 at the University of Edinburgh. Places are limited...Read More
Report by Jacqueline Matthew The first cohort of Froebel in Childhood Practice students in completed their course in May 2018 receiving their certificates from Lynne McNair, OBE and Jane Whinnet, MBE at an enjoyable ceremony held in the historic Scottish M...Read More
Last year, I had the most wonderful opportunity to co-present at the 8th International Froebel Society (IFS) Conference in Hiroshima, 6th-8th September 2018, with my dear friend, colleague and mentor, Professor Tina Bruce and her husband Professor Ian Bruce. ...Read More
Routledge's International Handbooks series has published a new volume of essential reading for all those interested in the history, analysis, and practical implementation of Froebelian principles in education. The new Routledge International Handbook of Froe...Read More
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