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" The society of which the child is to be a member is, in the United States, a democratic and progressive society. The child must be educated for leadership as well as for obedience. He must have power of self-direction, and power of directing others, powers... "
The Larger Aspects of Socialism - Page 267
by William English Walling - 1913 - 406 pages
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The ... Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Volumes 1-5

Charles Alexander McMurry, Nelson Bollinger Henry - Education - 1900
...cramped superstition which it is hoped may soon disappear from educational discussion. One point more. The society of which the child is to be a member is,...power of self-direction and power of directing others, powers of administration, ability to assume positions of responsibility. This necessity of educating...
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Ethical Principles Underlying Education

John Dewey - Education - 1903 - 1 pages
...disappear from educational discussion. One point more. The society of which the child is to be a membeT] is, in the United States, a democratic and progressive...power of self-direction and power of directing others, powers of administration, ability to assume positions of responsibility. This necessity of educating...
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Moral Principles in Education

John Dewey - Moral education - 1909 - 60 pages
...eye and hand; means habits of industry, perseverance; in short, habits of serviceableness. Moreover, the society of which the child is to be a member is,...great on the industrial as on the political side. New inventions, new machines, new methods of IO transportation and intercourse are making over the...
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Moral Principles in Education

John Dewey - Moral education - 1909 - 60 pages
...and hand ; means habits of industry, perseverance ; in short, habits of serviceableness. Moreover, the society of which the child is to be a member is,...great on the industrial as on the political side. New inventions, new machines, new methods of transportation and intercourse are making over the whole...
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Social Aspects of Education: A Book of Sources and Original Discussions with ...

Irving King - Education - 1912 - 425 pages
...he should attend a school dominated by the principles which lie at the basis of such a society. " He must be educated for leadership as well as for obedience....administration, ability to assume positions of responsibility." These are qualities quite essential to success in modern society, and they are prime essentials to...
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Social Aspects of Education: A Book of Sources and Original Discussions with ...

Irving King - Education - 1912 - 425 pages
...he should attend a school dominated by the principles which lie at the basis of such a society. " He must be educated for leadership as well as for obedience....administration, ability to assume positions of responsibility." These are qualities quite essential to success in modern society, and they are prime essentials to...
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Social Aspects of Education: A Book of Sources and Original Discussions with ...

Irving King - Education - 1912 - 425 pages
...he should attend a school dominated by the principles which lie at the basis of such a society. " He must be educated for leadership as well as for obedience....administration, ability to assume positions of responsibility." These are qualities quite essential to success in modern society, and they are prime essentials to...
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Social aspects of education: a book of sources and # discussions with ...

Irving King - Education - 1912 - 425 pages
...he should attend a school dominated by the principles which lie at the basis of such a society. " He must be educated for leadership as well as for obedience....administration, ability to assume positions of responsibility." These are qualities quite essential to success in modern society, and they are prime essentials to...
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Educating Tomorrow's Valuable Citizen: New Directions in Collaborative ...

Joan N. Burstyn - Citizenship - 1996 - 229 pages
...not merely accept it as it is. I think here of John Dewey's words: "the society of which the child is a member is, in the United States, a democratic and...educated for leadership as well as for obedience. He [and she] must have power of self-direction, and power of directing others, power of administration,...
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The Essential Dewey: Pragmatism, education, democracy, Volume 1

John Dewey - Philosophy - 1998 - 448 pages
...eye and hand; means habits of industry, perseverance; in short, habits of serviceableness. Moreover, the society of which the child is to be a member is,...States, a democratic and progressive society. The child mus: be educated for leadership as well as for obedience. He must have power of self-direction and...
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