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" At the same time, the wish to be acquainted with some branches of knowledge that took hold on my heart and my imagination, even though I neglected the means of acquiring them, was nevertheless enthusiastically alive within me ; and unfortunately, the... "
Pestalozzi: An Account of His Life and Work - Side 20
af Henry Holman - 1908 - 322 sider
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The life and system of Pestalozzi. Tr. by J. Tilleard

Karl Georg L. von Raumer - 1855 - 92 sider
...knowledge which I was to learn, than to exercise myself in the means of practising them. At the same time; the wish to be acquainted with some branches of knowledge...fancy of taking an active interest in, and believing one's self capable of, the practice of things in which one had by no means had sufficient exercise,...
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The American Journal of Education, Bind 3

Henry Barnard - 1857 - 866 sider
...knowledge which I was to learn, than to exercise myself in the means of practicing them. At the same time, the wish to be acquainted with some branches of knowledge...fancy of taking an active interest in, and believing one's self capable of, the practice of things in which one had by no means had sufficient exercise,...
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The American Journal of Education and College Review, Bind 3

1857 - 862 sider
...imagination, even though I neglected the means of acquiring them, was nevertheless enthusiastically •live within me; and unfortunately, the tone of public instruction...fancy of taking an active interest in, and believing one's self capable of, the practice of things in which one had by no means find sufficient exercise,...
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Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism: Life, Educational Principles, and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - 1859 - 482 sider
...knowledge which I was to learn, than to exercise myself in the means of practicing them. At the same time, the wish to be acquainted with some branches of knowledge...fancy of taking an active interest in, and believing one's self capable of, the practice of things in which one had by no means had sufficient exercise,...
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Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism: Life, Educational Principles, and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - 1859 - 480 sider
...nevertheless enthusiastically alive within me ; and unfortunately, the tone of public instruction in tny native town at this period was in a high degree calculated...fancy of taking an active interest in, and believing one's self capable of, the practice of things in which one had by no means had sufficient exercise,...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1868 - 360 sider
...up, the unpractical side of his character was more and more strongly developed. To use his own words, 'Unfortunately, the tone of public instruction in...the practice of things in which one had by no means sufficient exercise. While we were yet boys, we fancied that by a superficial school-acquaintance with...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1874 - 366 sider
...the unpractical side of his character was more and more strongly developed. To use his own words, " Unfortunately, the tone of public instruction in my...taking an active interest in, and believing oneself capa- , ble of, the practice of things in which one had by no means sufficient exercise. While we were...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1874 - 376 sider
...the unpractical side of his character was more and more strongly developed. To use his own words, " Unfortunately, the tone of public instruction in my...degree calculated to foster this visionary fancy of takingan active interest in, and believing oneself capable of, the practice of things in which one...
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