The World Around Them – Commentaries of An Early 20th Century School Teacher

The World Around Them
112 Pages
Dameon Gibbs & Jason Illari (February 18, 2014)
ISBN 978-0988689725

Dive into the mind of an early 20th century school teacher as Elizabeth Humphreys explores the development of child education. Using the works of German scholar Friedrich Froebel as her cornerstone, Elizabeth Humphreys discusses and analyzes the various stages of children's mental and spiritual growth, from their toddler years into adulthood. Focusing on how their development not only effects their education but also their families, communities and their overall perspective of the world around them.

Dameon Gibbs

About Dameon Gibbs (Baltimore, Maryland Author)

Dameon Gibbs

Dameon Gibbs holds an BA in Anthropology and World History and an MA in Classical Studies. For the past five years he has worked with inner-city youth in Baltimore, Maryland. He has been an avid writer since his days in high school during the late 1990's. He enjoys the creative process of all writing genres, whether it be religious, poetic, science fiction, historical, biographies or action adventure.

Dameon is married to fellow author Tiffany Michele.