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|They teach in academies far too many things, and far too much that is useless. -|
johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Education is like a double-edged sword. It may be
turned to dangerous uses if it is not properly handled. — Wu Ting-fang Education
|Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von They teach in academies far too many things, and |
far too much that is useless. - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von He who does not
think much of himself is much more esteemed than he imagines. - Goethe ...
|Giraudoux, Jean They teach in academies far too many things, and far too much |
that is useless. - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von Since every effort in our
educational life seems to be directed toward making of the child a being foreign
to itself, ...
|We cannot style their pictures good or bad : they are not bad, because through |
every part you catch glimpses of an excellent model. ... "Altogether," said Goethe,
"they teach in academies far too many things, and far too much that is useless.
|How far ought a boy to be advanced in language, mathematics, and physical |
science— r (a) who leaves school for business at ... teachers at present rely too
much on the efl"ects of teaching? or, on the other hand, that they give too much
taskgwork? ... the teaching revealed truth as a thing to be taught more or less
according to convenience leads to a contempt of all truth. 6. Unless there is some
natural ear for music the attempt to teach it is very wearisome and useless to the
|embrace these understandings on a conscious level in order to more overtly |
develop their teaching. ... Teach a little longer and you'll forget all those useless
things you learned in teacher education) and at other times the tone was more
one of utter ... I need to say here that, like most other teachers of my generation, I
have a well-founded distrust of the academy. Many ... Far too many studies
denigrated the work of teachers and frequently blamed students for the mistakes
of the system.
|That is why further training is needed for both the school administrators and the |
teaching staff. ... They all come from schools and other learning processes, and
have learned both useful and useless things in their various pasts. Useless
certainly applies to much of what is learned in the externally-controlled student
role. But even from experienced subordinate relationships (e.g., during training,
at work) far too many people learn that they themselves, their thoughts and ideas
|Do not attempt to teach too many things. There is a tendency at present to |
introduce too many things into all our schools. Nothing is more common than to
hear our public lecturers declare, as they become a little enthusiastic in any given
department, that " this ... Everything cannot be well taught in our schools ; nor
should too much be attempted. ... The instruction given should, as far as possible,
be complete in itself, while it should afford the means of making further
advancement ; but ...
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