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" ... distinctive quality, struck not only the right psychological moment, but the opportune moment in the movement of social reform, and thus, irrespective of its essential or permanent value, it claims the attention of all persons engaged in the work... "
The Montessori Method and the American School - Page 4
by Florence Elizabeth Ward - 1913 - 243 pages
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Bulletin

Education - 1912
...the attention of all persons engaged in the work of training children or of improving human society. Every new system bears the stamp of a personality;...brief, her method is the outcome of genius, training, and expe-\ rience. This combination of qualities is not only certain from the testimony of her associates,...
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Bulletin, Issues 13-22

United States. Office of Education - 1912
...the attention of all persons engaged in the work of training children or of improving human society. Every new system bears the stamp of a personality;...brief, her method is the outcome of genius, training, and experience. This combination of qualities is not only certain from the testimony of her associates,...
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Statistics of Land-grant Colleges and Universities, Volume 1, Issues 1-20

United States. Office of Education - Agricultural colleges - 1912
...the attention of all persons engaged in the work of training children or of improving human society. Every new system bears the stamp of a personality;...brief, her method is the outcome of genius, training, and experience. This combination of qualities is not only certain from the testimony of her associates,...
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Annals of Educational Progress in 1910- [v. 1-: A Report Upon Current ...

Education - 1913
...Besides, this new system bears the stamp of her own high enthusiasm and is replete with energy — the " energy instinct as it were with the maternal passion,...makes women the great conservative force in society." Then, too, teachers who have been following with eager desire the rapid progress of child study in...
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Annals of Educational Progress, Volume 3

Education - 1913
...Besides, this new system bears the stamp of her own high enthusiasm and is replete with energy—the " energy instinct as it were with the maternal passion,...makes women the great conservative force in society." Then, too, teachers who have been following with eager desire the rapid progress of child study in...
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