Lectures On The Science And Art Of Education; With Other Lectures And Essays by Joseph PayneLectures On The Science And Art Of Education; With Other Lectures And Essays by Joseph Payne

Lectures On The Science And Art Of Education; With Other Lectures And Essays

byJoseph Payne

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1880 Excerpt: ... A COMPENDIOUS EXPOSITION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PROFESSOR JACOTOT'S CELEBRATED SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. Originally established at the University of Louvain, in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. By JOSEPH PAYNE. 14 Already are Schools, after the method of Jacotot, spread over France and the Netherlands,--already does almost every town and province in the north of these countries possess either an establishment upon the principle, or one or more instructors."--Foreign Quarterly Review, February, 1830. "M. Jacotot a rendu un service inappreciable d l'humanite. La methode de M. Jacotot repose sur des principes aussi certains que feconds en heureux resultats.1'--De la Methode Jacotot, par M. Rty de Grenoble. LONDON: PRINTED FOB E. STEPHENS, 18, SOUTHAMPTON HOW, RUSSELL SQUARE; AND SOLD 1)Y SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL, STATIONERS' HALL COURT. 1830. PREFACE. A Few particulars respecting the origin and progress of Jacotot's System of Education, may, perhaps, form an appropriate Introduction to this little Treatise. M. Jacotot, a native of Dijon, became, in the year 1818, Professor of the French Language at the University of Louvain, and there established the celebrated system, which, from its principle of unlimited applicability, he has denominated "Universal Instruction." He here, in the course of his professional duties, accidentally made the important discovery, for which he more especially claims the merit of originality,--that it is not necessary to explain in order to teach, or in other words, that the pupil may be made to discover for himself everything requisite to be known. Called upon to teach the French language, while unacquainted with the native tongue of his pupils, he put into the hands of the latter, Fenelon's Telemaque, with a Dutch translation, dire...

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Title:Lectures On The Science And Art Of Education; With Other Lectures And EssaysFormat:PaperbackDimensions:142 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.3 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217964613

ISBN - 13:9780217964616

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