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" ... child continually learns. He states his experiences, his misconceptions are corrected. Again the child participates in the household occupations, and thereby gets habits of industry, order, and regard for the rights and ideas of others, and the fundamental... "
The School and Society: Being Three Lectures - Seite 52
von John Dewey - 1899 - 125 Seiten
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The School and Society: Being Three Lectures

John Dewey - 1899 - 129 Seiten
...intelligent enough to recognize what is best for the child, and is able to supply what is needed, we find the child learning through the social converse and...people and with more children in order that there may be the freest and richest social life. Moreover, the occupations and relationships of the home...
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Curriculum-making, Past and Present

National Society for the Study of Education. Committee on Curriculum-Making, Harold Ordway Rugg - 1969 - 475 Seiten
...intelligent enough to recognize what is best for the child, and is able to supply what is needed, we find the child learning through the social converse and...people and with more children in order that there may be the freest and richest social life. Moreover, the occupations and relationships of the home...
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Bureaucratic Power in Society

Richard Chackerian, Gilbert Abcarian - 1983 - 208 Seiten
...child, and is able to supply what is needed, we find the child learning through the social conversation and constitution of the family. There are certain...enlarged. The child must be brought into contact with more children in order that there may be the freest and richest social life. Moreover, the occupations and...
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The New Scholarship on Dewey

James W. Garrison, Jim Garrison - 1995 - 236 Seiten
...doing systematically and in a large, intelligent, and competent way what for various reasons can he done in most households only in a comparatively meager and haphazard manner (Dewey. 1976, pp. 23-24). Dewey, as is suggested in this quotation, was old-fashioned without being...
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Educational Reform: A Deweyan Perspective

Douglas J. Simpson, Michael John Brierley Jackson - 1997 - 345 Seiten
...interest of the household." When the educator realizes the important points of home learning or discovery, There is no mystery about it, no wonderful discovery...only in a comparatively meager and haphazard manner (Ml, 24). Dewey compared the teacher to the parent in other revealing ways. For instance, we have seen...
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