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N-P-R's Margot Adler Reports That A New Book

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N-P-R's Margot Adler Reports That A New Book

N-P-R's Margot Adler Reports That A New Book

N-P-R's Margot Adler Reports That A New Book

Only Available in Archive Formats.

is stimulating interest in the legacy of Friedrich Froebel (FREED-rick.FROY-bull), the German educator who invented Kindergarten in the 1840's. Froebel believed children were like plants, and children's gardens (Kindergarten) were ideal for nurturing them. The author believes that Froebel's ideas underlie the basic consepts of modern architecture and design. (6:55) [Stations: the book is "Inventing Kindergarten" by Norman Brosterman.]

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