Monday, January 26, 2009

"The Principles for the Study of Educational Instruction," Ziller 1864

"Theoretical and practical work should, as far as possible, bear one another out. On the one hand natural science, mathematics, history, geography and drawing should offer problems to the shop, and on the other hand, the practical experiences gathered in the manual work should make book lessons the more easily learned."

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:01 PM

    So why did something so common sense get forgotten? And forgotten so thoroughly, too.