The Educative Process (Classic Reprint)

The Educative Process (Classic Reprint)

by William Chandler Bagley
     
 

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The following account of the Educative Process is intended to present a systematic and comprehensive view of the task that is to be accomplished by the school. It covers the field commonly included under the terms, "General Method," "Method of the Recitation," "Theory and Practice," etc.; but it deals with principles rather than

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The following account of the Educative Process is intended to present a systematic and comprehensive view of the task that is to be accomplished by the school. It covers the field commonly included under the terms, "General Method," "Method of the Recitation," "Theory and Practice," etc.; but it deals with principles rather than with the details of device and "method." The writer is convinced that clear and definite notions of the functions of education and of the laws which govern the educative process will do much toward eliminating the waste of time and energy that is involved in the work of the school. It is not to be expected that the young teacher, even though he be equipped with the best of theory, will prosecute his work with maximal success from the very start. Skill in teaching, like skill in any other art, can come only through persistent practice, coupled with serious study and strenuous self-discipline. But self-discipline reaches up to ideals for control and guidance; and not the least important element in the formation of effective ideals is substantial theory.

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ISBN-13:
9781331149705
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/11/2015
Pages:
382
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)

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