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" The child, the boy, man, indeed, should know no other endeavor but to be at every stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud ; and, at each successive stage, he will... "
A History of Education in Modern Times - Side 231
af Frank Pierrepont Graves - 1913 - 410 sider
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Education

1907 - 700 sider
...is the best preparation for that which is to follow," and Froebel says that "the child (boy or man) should know no other endeavor but to be at every stage of development wholly what this age calls for." Which of the two schools more nearly interpret Froebel's ideals expressed in the Education...
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The Education of Man

Friedrich Fröbel - 1887 - 376 sider
...and exertion, such as preparation for a certain calling or sphere of activity. The child, the boy, man, indeed, should know no other endeavor but to...stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud ; and, at each successive...
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The Education of Man

Friedrich Fröbel - 1887 - 378 sider
...exertion, such as preparation for a certain calling or sphere of activity. The child, the boy, man, j •indeed, should know no other endeavor but to be...stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud ; and, at each successive...
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Froebel's Educational Laws for All Teachers

James Laughlin Hughes - 1897 - 332 sider
...of wrong commission are permanent. " The child, the boy, man, indeed, should know no other endeavour but to be at every stage of development wholly what this stage calls for." This is the doctrine of Froebel. In its extension this doctrine has led to the important modern investigations...
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The Art of Teaching

David Salmon - 1898 - 310 sider
...life.'—The Education of Man (Hailmann), p. 28. ' The child, the boy, the man, should know no other endeavour but to be at every stage of development wholly what this stage calls for.'—Id. p. 30. ' The activity of the senses and limbs of the infant is the first germ, the first...
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Notes on Child Study

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1901 - 176 sider
...and exertion, such as preparation for a certain calling or sphere of activity. The child, the boy, man, indeed, should know no other endeavor but to...stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud; and at each successive...
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Infant Schools: Their History and Theory

David Salmon, Winifred Hindshaw - 1904 - 344 sider
...stages of life." — Id., p. 28. "The child, the boy, the man . . . should know no other endeavour but to be at every stage of development wholly what this stage calls for." — Id., p. 30. " The activity of the senses and limbs of the infant is the first germ, the first bodily...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, Bind 56

1907 - 656 sider
...and exertion, such as preparation for a certain calling or sphere of activity. The child, the boy, man indeed, should know no other endeavor but to be...stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud; and at each successive...
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Modern Educators and Their Ideals

Tadasu Misawa - 1909 - 328 sider
...vigorous, complete, and characteristic development of each and all preceding stages of life ! . . . The child, the boy, the man, indeed, should know no...stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud, and at eacli successive...
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The City of Man

A. Scott Matheson - 1910 - 334 sider
...connectedness," and thus expresses it: " The child, the boy, man, indeed, should know no other endeavour but to be at every stage of development wholly what this stage calls for. Then will each successive stage spring like a new shoot from a healthy bud ; and at each successive...
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