Froebel
father of kindergartendeveloped the 10 giftsenvironment must promote learning
Erikson
adults effect lifeinfluential theory of psychosocial development based on surroundingssocial skills
Maslow
Hierarchy of needsmotivation based on satisfaction of needscannot move on learning until basic needs are met
Vygotsky
Zone of Procil Developmentplay promotes language and social developmentsociocultural theory of development
Comenius
first picture book for children
Owen
began infant schoolsutopian socialisn 
Locke
blank tabletenvironmentalismsensory tables
Dewey
Progressivismtheoury of education that emphasizes the importance of focusing on the need of the children rather than the teachersgives children more control of education
Montessori
theory that teacher should guide NOT directvery hands on approachkids should teach themselves
Luther
empasized familyliteracyreligious education
Petolozzi
Manipulatives – counting, measuring, feeling, touchingBelieved mothers are the best teachers
Rousseau
observe, don’t control kids grow at their own pacenaturalismfree thinking arts
Miniature Adults
children are smaller adults and should be treated as suchmore responsibility at young age
Growing Plants
teachers and parents “garden” the childFroebel
Blank Tablets
John Lockepeople around us influence the way we become
Future Investments
children are the futurelots of pressure on children
Person with Rights
children have certain rights of their own although they may not understand
Sinful Children
Children are basically sinful, need supervision, and controlshould be taught obedience
Property
parents “own” child(ren)
Being a Professional
character, spirit, or methods.The standing, practice, or methods of a professional
Dispositons
includes the values, commitments, and professional ethics that influence behaviors abd affect student learning and development as professional
ECE Professional
know about and engage in ethical practice, ethical statement, responsibility to children, families, colleagues, self, and employers
Active Learning
involvement of the child with materials, activities, and projects
Piaget
believes development is a processdeveloped standardized testing and believes children play an active role in their own cognitive developmentuse questioning to promote thinking