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" Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools; yet it was from him that I gained my chief knowledge of this science, for it was in listening to him that I first conceived the idea of the natural method. It was he who opened... "
Pestalozzi: His Life and Work - Side 264
af Roger de baron Guimps - 1904 - 438 sider
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Pestalozzi: His Life and Work

Roger de baron Guimps - 1890 - 438 sider
...heard him admit this himself : " ' Pestalozzi,' he said, ' knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools ; yet it was from him that...whatever value my work may possess entirely to him.' " 1 We have not hesitated to quote at this length, because any who are anxious to thoroughly understand...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 560 sider
...in the days I spent with this noble man. . . . . Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools, yet it was from him that I...method. It was he who opened the way to me, and I take Causes of failure at Yverdun. pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may have entirely to him."...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 568 sider
...Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools, yet it was from him that 1 gained my chief knowledge of this science; for it...method. It was he who opened the way to me, and I take Causes of failure at Yverdun. pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may have entirely to him."...
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The Journal of School Geography, Bind 1

1897
...reformer, and in his later life wrote : " Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in our elementary schools ; yet it was from him that I gained my chief...natural method. It was he who opened the way to me." Since Ritter's day geography has been universally taught and well taught — not merely in the elementary...
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Comenius and the Beginnings of Educational Reform

Will Seymour Monroe - 1900 - 184 sider
...the best-known geographer of his age, he wrote: " Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools, yet it was from him that I...pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may have entirely to him." Comenius and Pestalozzi had much in common in their aims as educational reformers;...
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The Elementary School Teacher, Bind 7

1907
...nature as in the days I spent with this noble man Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools, yet it was from him that I...pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may have entirely to him.1 To be sure, the Institute was disgraced. Its very success was its undoing; for...
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Pestalozzi: An Account of His Life and Work

Henry Holman - 1908 - 322 sider
...than a child in one of our primary schools ; yet it was from him that I obtained my chief ideas on this science, for it was in listening to him that...the idea of the natural method. It was he who opened up the way to me, and I take pleasure in attributing entirely to him whatever value my work may have."...
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The Pedagogical Seminary

1907
...geography, and already I am reducing chaos to order." "Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one of our primary schools, yet it was from him that I...listening to him that I first conceived the idea of a natural method. It was he who opened the way to me, and I take pleasure in attributing to him whatever...
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