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" To pay the strictest attention to the morals and general conduct of his pupils, and to omit no opportunity of inculcating the principles of TRUTH AND HONESTY ; the duties of respect to superiors, and obedience to all persons placed in authority over them. "
Ontario Laws and Statutes: An Act for Common Schools - Page 60
by Ontario. Department of Education - 1850
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Lectures and Letters on Popular Education: Including a Translation of M ...

Robert Sullivan - Education - 1842 - 158 pages
...times worse. The NINTH RULE is — To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their pupils ; to treat them with kindness, combined with...and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. pose, after the lectures which you have so recently heard on this subject, that much was necessary...
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An Outline of the General Regulations and Methods of Teaching in the Male ...

Robert Sullivan - Education - 1843 - 47 pages
...in authority over them. IX. — To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their Pupils, to treat them with kindness combined with...and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. X. — To cultivate kindly and affectionate feelings among their Pupils; to discountenance quarrelling,...
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volumes 3-4

Education - 1850
...and obedience to all persons placed in authority over them. 7. Toevince a regard for Ihe improvemenl and general welfare of his pupils, to treat them with...combined with firmness; and to aim at governing them by tiieir affections and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. 8. To cultivate kindly and affectionate-...
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Normal Schools: And Other Institutions, Agencies, and Means ..., Issue 7

Henry Barnard - Teachers - 1851
...placed in authority over them. IX. To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their pupils; to treat them with kindness combined with...and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. X. To cultivate kindly and affectionate feelings among their pupils; to discountenance quarreling,...
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Annual Report of the Commissioners ..., Volume 17, Part 2

1851
...placed in authority over them. 9. To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their Pupils, to treat them with kindness, combined with...and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. 10. To cultivate kindly and affectionate feelings among their Pupils ; to discountenance quarrelling,...
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Annual Report of the Commissioners ..., Volume 19, Part 1

1853
...placed in authority over them. 9. To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their Pupils, to treat them with kindness, combined with firmness, and to aim at governing them by their afl'cctions and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. 10. To cultivate kindly and affectionate...
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Annual Report of the Normal, Model, and Common Schools in Upper Canada for ...

Upper Canada. Chief Superintendent of Schools - Education - 1854
...their hair combed, and clothes cleaned, and, when necessary, mended. The school-room and apparatus, too, should be swept and dusted every evening. 6....and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. SECTION 4. — Duties of Common School Viaiton. 1. The thirty-second section of the act provides that...
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National Education in Europe: Being an Account of the Organization ...

Henry Barnard - Education - 1854 - 890 pages
...placed in authority over them. IX. To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their pupils; to treat them with kindness combined with...and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. X. To cultivate kindly and affectionate feelings among their pupils ; to discountenance quarreling,...
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National Education in Europe: Being an Account of the Organization ..., Part 1

Henry Barnard - Education - 1854 - 890 pages
...placed in authority over them. IX. To evince a regard for the improvement and general welfare of their pupils; to treat them with kindness combined with...affections and reason, rather than by harshness and se verily. X. To cultivate kindly and affectionate feelings among their pupils; to discountenance quarreling,...
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National Education in Europe: Being an Account of the Organization ..., Part 1

Henry Barnard - Education - 1854 - 890 pages
...authority over Ihem. IX. To evince a regard for ihe improvement and general welfare of their pupils; 10 treat them with kindness combined with firmness; and...and reason, rather than by harshness and severity. X. To cultivate kindly and affectionate feelings among their pupils; to discountenance quarreling,...
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