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Pestalozzi

[ pes-tl-ot-see; Italian pes-tah-lawt-tsee ]
/ ˌpɛs tlˈɒt si; Italian ˌpɛs tɑˈlɔt tsi /
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noun

Johann Hein·rich [German yoh-hahn -hahyn-rikh], /German ˈyoʊ hɑn ˈhaɪn rɪx/, 1746–1827, Swiss educational reformer.

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OTHER WORDS FROM Pestalozzi

Pes·ta·loz·zi·an, adjective, nounPes·ta·loz·zi·an·ism, noun
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Pestalozzi
/ (ˌpɛstəˈlɒtsɪ) /

noun

Johann Heinrich (joˈhan ˈhainrɪç). 1746–1827, Swiss educational reformer. His emphasis on learning by observation exerted a wide influence on elementary education
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