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" Experience has taught me that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity, that unless it is the consequence of bad education, it is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect. "
American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of Literary ... - Page 127
1831
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The Educational Magazine, Volume 1

Education - 1835
...directly opposed to the natural disposition of young persons, that unless it is the consequence of a bad education, it is almost invariably connected with...exercise in the open air ; or when it is the result of preponderance of the animal system, it has been relieved by interposing an unusual proportion of exercise...
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Principles of Teaching: Or, The Normal School Manual: Containing Practical ...

Henry Dunn - Teaching - 1839 - 270 pages
...134. " Experience," says Fellenberg, " has taught me, that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it is almost invariably connected with Some constitutional defect.''* And yet, as every one knows, the professed object of more than one half the...
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The school teacher's manual: containing practical suggestions on teaching ...

Henry Dunn - Teaching - 1839 - 223 pages
...PUNISHMENTS. "Experience," says Fellenberg, "has taught me, that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect."* And yet, as every one knows, the professed object of more than one half the...
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Letters from Hofwyl

Mrs. Barwell (Louisa Mary), William Channing Woodbridge - Education - 1842 - 372 pages
...principle, the experience of Fellenberg has satisfied him that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...exercise in the open air ; or, when it is the result of u preponderance of the animal system, it has been relieved by interposing an unusual proportion of...
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Six essays on the best mode of establishing and conducting industrial ...

Lyndon Howard Evelyn, John Buchanan, Josias Cork, C. Stewart Renshaw, Henry Vendryes - Agriculture - 1845 - 363 pages
...you in it. It is, we believe, a remark of Hillenberg, that "indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect." We confess that, if such be true, either that we have never seen a good system...
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Normal Schools: United States and British provinces

Henry Barnard - Teachers - 1851
...regulated by the age of the pupil. Experience has taught me that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it Is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect. The great art of education, therefore, consists in knowing how to occupy every...
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The North British review

1854
...system. Fellenberg says, " Experience has taught me that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect." And the spontaneous activity to which children are thus prone, is simply the...
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National education in Europe

Henry Barnard - Education - 1854 - 890 pages
...regulated by the age of the pupil. Experience has taught me that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect. The great art of education, therefore, consist» in knowing how to occupy every...
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National Education in Europe: Being an Account of the Organization ...

Henry Barnard - Education - 1854 - 890 pages
...regulated by the age of the pupil. Experience has taught me that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity, that unless it is the consequence of bod education, it is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect. The great art»of...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 3

Henry Barnard - Education - 1857
...regulated by the age of the pupil. Experience has taught me that indolence in young persons is so directly opposite to their natural disposition to activity,...education, it Is almost invariably connected with some constitutional defect. The great art of education, therefore, consists in knowing how to occupy e«sj_...
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