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).
The 2018 International Froebel Society conference was a rousing success! We are extremely grateful to our colleagues at the Japanese Society for the Study of Pestalozzi and Froebel and at Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen University, who organized a terrific confere...Read More
In cooperation with the University of Frankfurt's Department of Educational Sciences, the International Froebel Society-Germany (IFS-D) invites participants to its 2018 symposium, to be held at the Goethe University of Frankfurt in Frankfurt am Main on the 19t...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 Fr...Read More
NZCER Press has just published a new book by esteemed Froebelian historians and early years experts (and former IFS President) Helen May and Kerry Bethell entitled Growing a kindergarten movement in Aotearoa New Zealand: Its people, purposes and politics. This...Read More
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