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|No amount of charters, direct primaries, or short ballots will make a democracy |
out of an illiterate people. - Lippmann ... Locke, John A wise system of education
will at last teach us how little man yet knows, how much he has still to learn.
|SWAMI VlVEKANANDA The great secret of education is to make the exercises of |
the body and the mind serve as ... Institute Of Technology A wise system of
education will at last teach us how little man yet knows, how much he has still to
|Perhaps first period comes too early, or he is a bit under the weather, or he is not |
moved by your lecture on the natural resources of ... “A wise system of education
will at least teach us how little man yet knows, how much he has still to learn.
|The accumulation of skill and science, which has been directed to diminish the |
difficulty of producing manufactured goods, has ... distant A wise system of
education will at least teach us how little man yet knows, how much he has still to
|Olutosin O. Ogunkolade. JOHN WILLIAM LUBBOCK (banker, astronomer and |
mathematician) A WISE SYSTEM OF EDUCATION WILL AT LAST TEACH US
HOW LITTLE MAN YET KNOWS, HOW MUCH HE HAS STILL TO LEARN. Notes
|Then there is the accidental superintendent, who has gotten into the work not on |
account of his own merit but on account of ... He probably knows next to nothing
about school work and can be of but little practical help, but if he is a manly fellow
and is ... The one who will do that is at once regarded by the autocrat as a wise
teacher, who knows ability when she sees it. Such a superintendent may really
know much about school work and be able to give a teacher much help if she
|Daily we read in the newspapers the verbatim account of speech or testimony |
and most of us give little thought of how it came ... the Creator through
understanding of and sympathy with the creatures He has made; love of man
through the control of the ... of the Golden Rule can by the wise and loving
teacher always be instilled through systematic humane education. ... boys.
attended a nearby school, where they were taught daily by a splendid woman of
much learning and real worth.
|That is just what would have happened one day with this board of wise men, if |
the small affair that appeared before them ... have queer ways, so she only
smiled and answered gently, but still quite firmly, “ You can let me come and
teach in ... put a stop to this nonsense very quickly, “ Have you a system, madam,
a method of teaching that you can explain to us? ... I do not know how far that will
go,” said he, “but you can put just that much worth of good manners into the
children of this ...
|The Duty of Affording Such Instruction; and the Improvement of which the System |
May be Susceptible ... It makes us look within ourselves; it brings us acquainted
with the little and busy world that is within us, with its many ... This is valuable
knowledge ; and knowledge for want of which, it may be feared, the virtue of
many has been wrecked in the hour of tempest. A man's enemies are those of his
own household; and if he does not know their insidiousness and their strength, if
he does ...
|How did Russia's educational system produce the know-how that launched |
Sputnik— and ivhat can it teach us about ... We had better stop calling scientists
long- hairs, eggheads, little men with beards. In the present mood of
chastisement, scientists have been speaking up and telling us that such
disparaging remarks hurt, and may discourage many a young man from ... Much
could be learned from Europe's experience in education, in particular, for Europe
is old and wise at educating ...