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" I do claim that one of the best results of this sort of work is the eft'ect upon the teacher's own life and methods of instruction, freshening him and keeping him in loving, conscious contact with the. child he is endeavoring to lead. "
Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ... - Página 362
por United States. Bureau of Education - 1895
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Education, Volumen17

1897
...material to help in this movement which is (in Doctor Burnham's terse phrase), "directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of science." A FAMILY OF EDUCATORS. MCDONALD FURMAN, RAMSKY, sc |~> ROB ABLY few^families in the South have furnished...
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Practical Lessons in Psychology: By William O. Krohn ...

William Otterbein Krohn - 1894 - 402 páginas
...concrete child as he lives and moves and has his being in the average school. Indeed, the best result of this sort of work is the effect upon the teacher's...contact with the child he is endeavoring to lead. So noticeable has this been that Principal Russell makes the statement that the "practice of child...
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The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volumen19

James Andrew Corcoran, Patrick John Ryan, Edmond Francis Prendergast - 1894
...child) ; and Mr. Russell adopts the statement that practice of child-study is directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of science." Poor child of the nineteenth century ! What will the child of the twentieth century be born to ? The...
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Practical Lessons in Psychology: By William O. Krohn ...

William Otterbein Krohn - 1894 - 402 páginas
...Principal Russell makes the statement that the "practice of child study is directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of science." The object of such study is best set forth in the official statement sent out by the school to former...
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Practical Lessons in Psychology: By William O. Krohn ...

William Otterbein Krohn - 1894 - 402 páginas
...Principal Russell makes the statement that the "practice of child study is directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for thesakeof science." The object of such study is best set forth in the official statement sent out by...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education, Parte1

United States. Office of Education - 1895
...has felt impelled to say that the ''practice of child study is primarily and directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child,...one of the best results of this sort of work is the eft'ect upon the teacher's own life and methods of instruction, freshening him and keeping him in loving,...
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Psychology in Education; Designed as a Text-book, and for the Use of the ...

Ruric Nevel Roark - 1895 - 312 páginas
...plan of observation and record, also says, "The practice of child study is directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of science." Of course, any benefit the teacher derives from such work must eventually reach the child also. Children...
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Psychology in Education; Designed as a Text-book, and for the Use of the ...

Ruric Nevel Roark - 1895 - 312 páginas
...observation and record, also says, "The practice of child study is directly for the sake of the 300 teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of science." Of course, any benefit the teacher derives from such work must eventually reach the child also. Children...
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Measuring Minds: Henry Herbert Goddard and the Origins of American ...

Leila Zenderland - 2001 - 478 páginas
...of ruts." The Child-Study movement, Goddard admitted, was, as Hall put it, "directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of science." "I care not" he conceded in an unusual defense of a science, "if all the material is worthless." A...
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Joint Documents ... for the Year ..., Parte1

Michigan. Legislature - 1897
...has felt impelled to say "That the practice of child study is primarily and directly for the sake of the teacher, indirectly for the sake of the child, and incidentally for the sake of the science. At first this seems like an extreme view; and yet one as forced to admit that one of the...
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