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Call for Papers: Finding Froebel: National and Cross-National Pedagogical Paths in Froebelian Early Childhood Education, Volume 8, No. 4, December 2021

2020-09-22

For this special issue of GER we are seeking papers that illustrate, theorise, critique or evidence early childhood education, which is concerned with interpretations of Froebel’s philosophy and historical or contemporary Froebelian pedagogies.

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