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" the aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms and the different qualities of objects, but that he refine his senses through an exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment; the exercises are true intellectual exercises. "
The Montessori System Examined - Page 47
by William Heard Kilpatrick - 1914 - 71 pages
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 84

Technology - 1914
...The exercises are intended to train general powers and discriminations. She maintains that : " the aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms...exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment; the exercises are true intellectual exercises." And this underlying theory is clearly to be perceived...
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A History of Education in Modern Times

Frank Pierrepont Graves - Education - 1913 - 410 pages
...and to be intended to train general powers and discriminations. Dr. Montessori maintains that "the aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms,...exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment; the exercises are true intellectual exercises." And this underlying theory is clearly revealed by the...
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A History of Education in Modern Times, Volume 3

Frank Pierrepont Graves - Education - 1913 - 410 pages
...and to be intended to train general powers and discriminations. Dr. Montessori maintains that "the aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms,...exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment; the exercises are true intellectual exercises." And this underlying theory is clearly revealed by the...
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University Lectures Delivered by Members of the ..., Volume 1; Volumes 1913-1914

University of Pennsylvania - 1915
...discipline." The exercises are intended to train general powers and discriminations. She maintains that "the aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms...exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment; the exercises are true intellectual exercises." And this underlying theory is clearly to be perceived...
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Bulletin, Issues 23-29

Education - 1914
...Montessori? " It is exactly in tie repetition of the exercises that the education of the senses consists; their aim is not that the child shall know colors,...qualities of objects, but that he refine his senses."— Montessori Method, page 560.. The slightest examination of the didactic apparatus, and the most casual...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-11

Education - 1914
...Montessori? "It is exactly in the repetition of the exercises that the education of the senses consists; their aim is not that the child shall know colors,...qualities of objects, but that he refine his senses." — Montessori Method, page 560. The slightest examination of the didactic apparatus, and the most...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 84

Technology - 1914
...The exercises are intended to train general powers and discriminations. She maintains that : " the aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms and the different qualities of objects, hut that he refine his senses through an exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment ; the exercises...
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The Montessori Method

Maria Montessori - Education - 2002 - 377 pages
...exereises that the education of the senses consists; their aim is not that the child shall know colours, forms and the different qualities of objects, but that he refine his senses through an exereise of attention, of comparison, of judgment. These exereises are true intellectual gymnastics....
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The Montessori Method: The Origins of an Educational Innovation : Including ...

Maria Montessori, Gerald Lee Gutek - Education - 2004 - 295 pages
...exactly the opposite view from Madam Montessori as to the nature of sense-training. She says that the "aim is not that the child shall know colors, forms, and the different qualities of objects." We say that the aim is exactly that he may know such things, and we don't care about his getting any...
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Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, Volume 1, Issues 1-12

United States. Office of Education - Agricultural colleges - 1914
...Montessori? "It is exactly in the repetition of the exercises that the education of the senses consists; their aim is not that the child shall know colors,...qualities of objects, but that he refine his senses." — Montessori Method, page 560. The slightest examination of the didactic apparatus, and the most...
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