Volume 6 Book 1 Chapter 10

 THE CURRICULUM           “We, believing that the normal child has powers of mind which fit him to deal with all knowledge proper to him, give him a full and generous curriculum, taking care only that all knowledge offered to him is vital, that is, that facts are not presented without their informing ideas. Out of this conception comes our principle that:—          “Education is the Science … Continue reading Volume 6 Book 1 Chapter 10

Volume 6 Book 1 Chapter 10

THE CURRICULUM[1]           “We, believing that the normal child has powers of mind which fit him to deal with all knowledge proper to him, give him a full and generous curriculum, taking care only that all knowledge offered to him is vital, that is, that facts are not presented without their informing ideas. Out of this conception comes our principle that:—          “Education is the Science … Continue reading Volume 6 Book 1 Chapter 10