5 edition of way out of educational confusion. found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1931 ed.
|Series||The Inglis lecture,, 1931, Inglis lectures, Harvard University,, 1931|
|LC Classifications||LB875 .D48 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||72104267|
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A Way out of Cultural Confusion and Bigotry. though, many Christians have developed a tendency to over-correct problems and broad-brush people in a way that's spectacularly unhelpful. Collectively, we seem to have lost our gospel worldview that is obligated to oppose not only the societal ills I've described but also the legitimate. When confusion (or stress or fear about results) kicks in, we feel a greater sense of urgency and obligation. We strive to make the learning happen more quickly. And at its worst, we literally lose access to some of our own intellectual and creative capacity! The first way out: Use all .
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Please find details to our shipping fees. A WAY OUT OF EDUCATIONAL CONFUSION A WAY OUT OF EDUCATIONAL CONFUSION BLACK, HUGH C. Footnotes 1 See Hugh C. Black, “Confusion and Conflict in Educational Theory: An Analysis,” Peabody Journal of Education, XXX (November, ), – 2 Charles H.
Judd, Education as Cultivation of the Higher Mental Processes, New York, The Macmillan Company. Adding to the confusion, publishers will often change the way that they identify first editions. You can buy a guide to identifying first editions to make some sense of the confusion.
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Locke now addresses the education of the mind. In forming a sound mind, Locke explains, we are chiefly aiming to form a virtuous mind. The most important aim of education, in other words, is to instill virtue; education is first and foremost moral education.
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Abigail Lipson, director of the Bureau, discusses the role of confusion in learning, and how the clarity of knowledge ultimately leads to confusion, and why this confusion is necessary for advancing to new knowledge and clarity.
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