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" The first requisite of the school is order : each pupil must be taught to conform his behavior to the general standard and repress all that interferes with the function of the school. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the... "
Annual Report - Página 31
de Saint Louis (Mo.). Board of Education - 1872
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Annual Report of the Public Schools ...

1869
...conform his behavior to a general standard. Only thus can the school, as a community, exist and fullfil its functions. In the outset therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the pupil, and these are taughi so thoroughly, and so constantly enforced, that they become fixed in his character. The method...
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Education, Volume 4

1884
...his behavior to the general standard and repress all that interferes with the function of the school. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the pupil, and taught him so thoroughly that they become fixed in his character. In the mechanical duties, habit is...
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Journal of Social Science: Containing the Transactions of the ..., Edições 16-20

1882
...behavior to the general standard, and repress all that interferes with the function of the school. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the pupil, and taught him so thoroughly that they become fixed in his character. In the mechanical duties habit is...
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Annual Meeting: Proceedings, Constitution, List of Active Members, and Addresses

American Institute of Instruction - 1884
...behavior to the general standard, and repress all that interferes with the function of the school. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the pupil, and taught him so thoroughly that th/3y become fixed in his character. In the mechanical duties, habit...
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Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Instruction, Volume 55

American Institute of Instruction - 1884
...behavior to the general standard, and repress all that interferes with the function of the school. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the pupil, and taught him so thoroughly that thsy become fixed in his character. In the mechanical duties, habit is...
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The Theory of the School

Howard Sandison - 1886 - 484 páginas
...community exist and fulfill its functions. In the outset therefore the group of virtues above referred to are taught the pupil, and these are taught so thoroughly,...method of this moral training is, like that which rules everywhere in the practical world, one of division and repetition. The duty of being a well-behaved...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, Volume 36

1887
...and fulfil their function. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virlues MORAL TRAINING. 359 are taught the pupil, and these are taught so thoroughly,...method of this moral training is, like that which rules everywhere in the practical world, one of division and repetition. The duty of being a well-behaved...
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The Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher: A Journal ..., Volume 38

1889
...behavior or deportment, and scholarship. The first requisite of the school is Order: each pupil must be taught first and foremost to conform his behavior...method of this moral training is, like that which rules everywhere in the practical world, one of division and repetition. The duty of being a well-behaved...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volume 8,Parte 2

1888
...his behavior to the general standard and repress all that interfere with the function of the school. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught the pupil, and taught him so thoroughly that the. become fixed in his character. In the mechanical duties habit is...
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School Management: A Text-book for County Training Schools and Normal Schools

Albert Salisbury - 1911 - 196 páginas
...exist and fulfill its functions. In the outset, therefore, a whole family of virtues are taught to the pupil, and these are taught so thoroughly, and so constantly enforced, that they will become fixed in his character. The duty of being a well-behaved pupil is not a vague generality...
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