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Piaget also found that the development of symbolic process does not usually appear much before the age of two. This coincides with the everyday observation that children do not usually report dreams or "night terrors" until after the second year. It is not until that age that most children have the mental ability necessary to create dream symbols. Piaget's studies on infants were conducted during the 1930s, at which time he was also teaching, following new lines of research, and writing theoretical articles on logic and epistemology.
Froebel was a deeply religious man who believed in the essential goodness of children. His educational program was moral and philosophical as well as instructional. The aim of education was to create individuals who could realize themselves fully and totally. Evil and badness did not exist separately but were manifestations of incomplete, interrupted, or stunted development. Education had to provide for the child's moral, aesthetic, and physical growth as well as for his or her intellectual development.
MONTESSORI Maria Montessori was an exceptional person in many respects. D. degree in Italy and did so under personally trying conditions. Her early work was with retarded children and she leaned heavily for her inspiration upon the writings of Itard and Seguin. Later she was commissioned to begin educational programs for disadvantaged children living in apartment buildings in Rome. In setting up these little schools, casa dei bambini, she adapted many of the principles that she had learned In working with exceptional children.