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" 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 the way... "
Comenius and the Beginnings of Educational Reform - Side 157
af Will Seymour Monroe - 1900 - 184 sider
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Pestalozzi: His Life and Work

Roger de baron Guimps - 1890 - 474 sider
...Forty years after his visit to Tverdun, we heard him admit this himself : " ' Pestalozzi,' he said, ' knew less geography than a child in one of our primary...pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may possess entirely to him.' " 1 We have not hesitated to quote at this length, because any who are anxious...
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Pestalozzi: His Life and Work

Roger de baron Guimps - 1890 - 498 sider
...Forty years after his visit to Yverdun, we heard him admit this himself : " ' Pestalozzi,' he said, ' knew less geography than a child in one of our primary...pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may possess entirely to him.' " l We have not hesitated to quote at this length, because any who are anxious...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 618 sider
...of my vocation and the dignity ol human nature as in the days I spent with this noble man. . . . . Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one...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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Pestalozzi: His Life and Work

Roger de baron Guimps - 1890 - 480 sider
...Forty years after his visit to Yverdun, we 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 I gained my chici knowledge of this science, for it was in listening to him that I first conceived the idea of...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 612 sider
...of my vocation and the dignity ot human 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 1 gained my chief knowledge of this science; for it was in listening to him that I first conceived...
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Journal of School Geography, Bind 1

1897 - 374 sider
...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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Pestalozzi: His Life and Work

Roger de baron Guimps - 1904 - 496 sider
...heard him admit this himself : " ' Pestalozzi,' he said, ' knew less geography than a child in ojie of our primary schools ; yet it was from him that...pleasure in attributing whatever value my work may possess entirely to him.' " * We have not hesitated to quote at this length, because any who are anxious...
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The Elementary School Teacher, Bind 7

1907 - 728 sider
...sacredness of my vocation and the dignity of human nature as in the days I spent with this noble man Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one...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 the "family" grew...
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Pestalozzi: An Account of His Life and Work

Henry Holman - 1908 - 352 sider
...great geographer, pays this high tribute to Pestalozzi's teaching (or, should we say, inspiration) : " Pestalozzi knew less geography 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 I first conceived the...
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The Pedagogical Seminary, Bind 14

1907 - 562 sider
...Pestalozzi of introducing his method into the study of geography, and already I am reducing chaos to order." "Pestalozzi knew less geography than a child in one...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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