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" For this teacher we have substituted the didactic material, which contains within itself the control of errors and which makes auto-education possible to each child. The teacher has thus become a director of the spontaneous work of the children. "
The Montessori System Examined - Page 31
by William Heard Kilpatrick - 1914 - 71 pages
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Bulletin, Issues 13-22

Education - 1912
...summary, after reference to an old-time teacher of noisy efforts, Montessori says: For this teacher we have substituted the didactic material, which contains within itself the control of errors and which makes auto-education possible to each child. The teacher has thus become a director...
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Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, Volume 1, Issues 1-20

United States. Office of Education - Agricultural colleges - 1912
...summary, after reference to an old-time teacher of noisy efforts, Montessori says: For this teacher we have substituted the didactic material which contains within itself the control of errors and which makesjruto-educatlon possible to each child. The teacher_has thus_ become a director...
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The Britannica Year Book

Hugh Chisholm - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1913
...immobility, and who wasted her breath in loud and continual discourse," must pass away. " For this teacher we have substituted the didactic material, which contains within itself the control of errors and which makes auto-education possible to each child. The teacher has thus become a director...
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The Montessori Method: The Origins of an Educational Innovation : Including ...

Maria Montessori, Gerald Lee Gutek - Education - 2004 - 295 pages
...immobility, and who wasted her breath in loud and continual discourse, has disappeared. For this teacher we have substituted the didactic material, which contains within itself the control of errors and which makes auto-education possible to each child. The teacher has thus become a director...
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Catholic Educational Review, Volume 12, Issue 3

Education - 1916
...furnish the child with adequate means to educate himself. "In place of the old-time teacher," she says, "we have substituted the didactic material, which contains within itself the control of errors and which makes auto-education possible to each child."26 Here the child is the active principle,...
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