Archives Spotlight: The Ida Seele Archive (Dillingen/Donau, Germany)

'Froebelian Work Schools' circa 1930. (Wikimedia: Manfi.B. CC BY-SA 4.0) The Ida Seele Archive in Dillingen an der Donau in southern Germany was founded in 1993 and has been developed ever since as an incomparable archive of Froebelian education. A private, volunteer-run archive, it was founded and compiled by a coalition of individuals and organizations representing many f...

Podcast: Froebel’s Gifts on 99 Percent Invisible

The excellent architecture and design podcast 99 Percent Invisible dedicated an episode earlier this year to Froebel's Gifts. Both the audio version and a transcript are available from the podcast's website here: https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/froebels-gifts/ 

Gifts for our Future 11: Valeria Scacchi on Edinburgh Froebel Network’s September 2019 Conference

I arrived in Edinburgh on a very warm September day while one of the biggest Climate Change global strikes was in full force. As soon as I stepped out of the train station, after a very scenic journey through the length of England, I felt excited for what was to come. I have never been that far north (geographically) before, a very good friend of mine came to Edinburgh not lon...

Save the Date: IFS 9th Biennial Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland (June 3-6, 2020)

Our next biennial conference will take place June 3-6, 2020 at the University of Edinburgh, in beautiful Edinburgh, Scotland. The conference theme is 'Froebel 2020: Visions of social justice, equity and integrity', and the call for papers and further details will be posted on this site in the third week of November 2019. Watch this space! Photo: Andrew Collin via Flickr, un...

Edinburgh Froebel Network Conference 21 Sept 2019

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 to 300, so please book early to avoid disappointment. For further information and to download a booking form, plea...

Froebel in Childhood Practice (Midlothian): Results from the First Cohort

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 Mining Museum. As part of their final assessment, the students each designed a poster describing and illustra...

A Report on the 2018 IFS Conference in Hiroshima, Japan, by Dr Stella Louis

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.  (more…)

IFS-Deutschland Symposium (Frankfurt a.M./19-20 October 2018)

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 19th and 20th of October, 2018.  The focus of this year's symposium is  "Fröbel und die Politik: Kindheitspädagogik und Pol...

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