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The final endhappinesshow qualified
The brain may be nourished at the expense of the other organs
THE RETENTIVE FACULTY
Concenteation Influence of the Will
SIMILARITY OR AGREEMENT
Study and sport or pleasure
Erroneous methods of commencing history 22
Exercises in articulation
Names of letters and words
THE OBJECT LESSON
A definite purpose or limitation of scope
Instance of the camel
The principle taught should rule the lesson
Inadequacy of the chance impressions of the child
Associations of pleasure and pain
Activity and pleasure 178
Disinterested repugnance to wrong
Fear may or may not accompany pain
The AntiSocial and Malign Emotions
The Emotions of Self
General knowledge Its severity and the two modes of overcoming
Curiosity as found in children often spurious
Fine art influential as enjoyment
Nature of authority The school compared with the family 102 Principles applicable to authority in general
One man against a multitude is in the post of danger
The Discipline of Consequences
The creative faculty
What is comprised under discipline or training
Abuses of multum non multa
Practical applications numerous and important but for the majority the value of this training counts for most
The Sciences of Classification
Logic a suitable accompaniment to the scientific course
The practical sciences do not give mental training
SEQUENCE OF SUBJECTSPSYCHOLOGICAL
Intensity of sensation is an influence
Relative priority of different branches
The momentous transition from concrete to abstract
Representative particulars given for retaining the notion
The mixing of notions of different degrees of advancement
Precepts may be culled from different sciences
on a par with algebra 213 Early knowledgeits several stages
Plants and minerals
The highest form of history
Understanding of the reasons how far available
The methods of impressing abstract and symbolical notions and principles
In Zoology there is a play of cross purposes
Uniting word to word by pure verbal adhesiveness
Knowledge on its language side
Poetry preferred at first
The Age for commencing Grammar
Actual teaching of grammar Differences of view on certain points
Selection of authors for special study
I The infor
Classics as a preparation for the mother tongue
I The cost
Evil of pandering to authority
English Composition and Liteeature
MORAL EDUCATION First lessons in moralitypersonal experience of what is forbidden and what is allowed
Importance to this end of a good classification of the virtues
Cautions needful in moral lessons
The examples from animals
The essential of art teaching is the culture of art emotion
Fiction attacked on the score of morality
Attention to the empirical character of the statements
PASSING EXPLANATIONS OF TERMS
In systematic knowledge teaching words are learned in groups 451 8 Final appeal in explaining general and abstract words to
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I.--EDUCATION AS A SCIENCE -- BAIN os-2 (5): 1 -- Mind
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JSTOR: Education as a Science
EDUCATION AS A SCIENCE. (II.) IN a preceding article (MIND, NO. V.), the psychological bearings of Education were entered upon; and two out of the three ...
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Works (beside the above) Edition with notes of Paley's Moral Philosophy (1852); Education as a Science (1879); Dissertations on leading philosophical topics ...
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§37. Alexander Bain. XIV. Education. Vol. 14. The Victorian Age ...
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Early Textbooks in Educational Research: the birth of a discipline
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Educational Research: The State of the Art
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Perfection, progress and evolution: a study in the history of ideas
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