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" The child is best prepared for life as an adult by experiencing in childhood what has meaning to him as a child, and further, the child has a right to enjoy his childhood. Because he is a growing animal who must develop so as to live successfully in the... "
Early Childhood Education - Page 176
by Lalla H. Pickett, Duralde Boren - 1923 - 220 pages
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The Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota, Volume 6

1916
...has already attracted national attention. Mrs. Johnson's underlying principle is, as stated by Dewey, "The child is best prepared for life as an adult by...experiencing in childhood what has meaning to him as a child ; and further, the child has a right to enjoy its childhood." Rousseau's point of view, clear and simple,...
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Schools of To-morrow

John Dewey, Evelyn Dewey - Education - 1915 - 316 pages
...children has been conducted as a model. Her main underlying principle is Rousseau's central idea; namely: The child is best prepared for life as an adult by experiencing in • 17 childhood what has meaning to him as a child ; and, further, the child has a right to enjoy...
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Schools of To-morrow

John Dewey, Evelyn Dewey - Education - 1915 - 316 pages
...children has been conducted as a model. Her main underlying principle is Eousseau's central idea; namely: The child is best prepared for life as an adult by experiencing in 17 childhood what has meaning to him as a child; and, further, the child has a right to enjoy his childhood....
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The Organization of Elementary Science in the Public Schools

Lyman Dwight Wooster - 1919
...school at Fuirhope, Alabama, is based, according to Prof, ^cwey, on F.ousseau's central idea, namely, the child is best prepared for life as an adult by...experiencing in childhood what has meaning to him as a child, and further, the child has a right to enjoy his childhood. Lire. Johnson believes that the child should...
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Child Life and the Curriculum

Junius Lathrop Meriam - Child life - 1920 - 538 pages
...conditions and instinctive tendencies change." * Dewey states Rousseau's central idea in these words : " The child is best prepared for life as an adult by...experiencing in childhood what has meaning to him as a child, and further, the child has a right to enjoy his childhood. Because he is a growing animal who must...
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American Philosophy and the Romantic Tradition

Russell B. Goodman - Literary Criticism - 1990 - 162 pages
...progress."1"9 Dewey praises the Fairhope school for putting into practice "Rousseau's central idea; namely: The child is best prepared for life as an adult by...experiencing in childhood what has meaning to him as a child; and further, the child has a right to enjoy his childhood."110 Dewey praises Rousseau's conjunction...
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