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" The fundamental principle of scientific pedagogy must be, indeed, the liberty of the pupil; — such liberty as shall permit a development of individual, spontaneous manifestations of the child's nature. If a new and scientific pedagogy is to arise from... "
The Montessori System Examined - Page 4
by William Heard Kilpatrick - 1914 - 71 pages
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The Montessori Method: Scientific Pedagogy as Applied to Child Education in ...

Maria Montessori - Education - 1912 - 377 pages
...development of individual, spontaneous manifestations of the child's nature. If a new and scientific pedagogy is to arise from the study of the individual, such...occupy itself with the observation of free children. In vain should we await a practical renewing of pedagogical methods from methodical examinations of...
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The Montessori Method and the American School

Florence Elizabeth Ward - Montessori method of education - 1913 - 243 pages
...the underlying ideas of the method, such as the following : " (1) If a new and scientific pedagogy is to arise from the study of the individual, such...occupy itself with the observation of free children." " (2) He who experiments must, while doing so, divest himself of every preconception." " (3) Life acts...
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Individualism and Educational Theory

J. Watt - Education - 1989 - 252 pages
...systematically 'scientific' exponent of the tradition than Piaget: If a new and scientific pedagogy is to arise from the study of the individual, such...occupy itself with the observation of free children. She goes on to comment: For the pedagogy to work children had to be free from adult intervention: that...
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The Montessori Method: The Origins of an Educational Innovation : Including ...

Maria Montessori, Gerald Lee Gutek - Education - 2004 - 295 pages
...development of individual, spontaneous manifestations of the child's nature. If a new and scientific pedagogy is to arise from the study of the individual, such...occupy itself with the observation of free children. In vain should we await a practical renewing of pedagogical methods from methodical examinations of...
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