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" Every teacher on starting with a new class or in a new locality, to make sure that his efforts along some lines are not utterly lost, should undertake to explore carefully section by section children's minds... "
The Pedagogical Seminary - Side 377
1907
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ..., Bind 2

United States. Bureau of Education - 1899 - 1394 sider
...pedagogic value the knowledge of which it is safe to assume at the beginning of school life». II. The best preparation parents can give their children for good school training is to rnako them acquainted with natural objects, especially with sights and sounds of tbe country, and send...
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The Princeton Review, Bind 11

1883 - 372 sider
...primary-school work. II. The best preparation parents can give their children for good school-training is to make them acquainted with natural objects, especially with the sights and sounds of the country and talk about them, and send them to good and hygienic as distinct from most fashionable kindergartens....
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The Review of Reviews, Bind 4

Albert Shaw - 1892 - 790 sider
...primary-school work. II. The best preparation parents can give their children for good school-training is to make them acquainted with natural objects, especially...the country, and send them to good and hygienic, as distinct from the most fashionable, kindergartens. III. Every teacher on starting with a new class...
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Practical Lessons in Psychology: By William O. Krohn ...

William Otterbein Krohn - 1894 - 416 sider
...rote learning. 2. The best preparation parents can give children for real valuable school learning is to make them acquainted with natural objects, especially...and sounds of the country, and send them to good, common-sense kindergartens. "A country barn or a forest is a great school at that age." In a recent...
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The Education of the central nervous system

Reuben Post Halleck - 1896 - 288 sider
...expect to have well-cultivated senses in children who live in crowded tenements. Dr. Hall says : " The best preparation parents can give their children...especially with the sights and sounds of the country. . . . " As our methods of teaching grow natural, we realize that city life is unnatural, and that those...
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Standard School Physiology: Hygiene. Anatomy

Russell B. Smith, Everett C. Willard - 1897 - 292 sider
...senses as to fail to teach him to read."—RP Halleck, MA, Education of the Central Nervous System. " The best preparation parents can give their children...objects, especially with the sights and sounds of the country."—President G. Stanley Hall. Though the sense of touch is the simplest of all the senses,...
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Experimental Study of Children: Including Anthropometrical and Psycho ...

Arthur MacDonald - 1899 - 348 sider
...of pedagogic value the knowledge of which it is safe to assume at the beginning of school life. II. The best preparation parents can give their children...them acquainted with natural objects, especially with sights and sounds of the country, and send them to hygienic rather than to fashionable kindergartens....
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Experimental Study of Children: Including Anthropometrical and Psycho ...

Arthur MacDonald - 1899 - 380 sider
...pedagogic value the knowledge of which it is safe to assume at tho begiuniug of school life. II. Tho best preparation parents can give their children for...them acquainted with natural objects, especially with sights and sounds of the country, and send them to hygienic rather than to fashionable kindergartens....
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Fundamentals of Child Study: A Discussion of Instincts and Other Factors in ...

Edwin Asbury Kirkpatrick - 1903 - 414 sider
...study, Dr. Hall concludes: (1) "There is next to nothing of pedagogic value, the knowledge of which is safe to assume, at the outset of school life. (2)...them acquainted with natural objects, especially with sights and sounds of the country. (3) Every teacher, on starting with a new class, or in a new locality,...
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Fundamentals of Child Study; a Discussion of Instincts and Other Facots in ...

Edwin Asbury Kirkpatrick - 1903 - 404 sider
...is safe to assume, at the outset of school life. (2) The best preparation parents can give their T children for good school training is to make them acquainted with natural objects, especially with sights and sounds of the country. (3) Every teacher, on starting with a new class, or in a new locality,...
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