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Scientific Methods As Applied To Child Education In "the Children's Houses"

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER XI
MANUAL LABOUR---THE POTTER'S ART, AND BUILDING
PAGE
Difference between manual labour and manual gymnastics .
162
The School of Educative Art
163
Archaeological, historical, and artistic importance of the vase
164
Manufacture of diminutive bricks and construction of diminutive walls and houses
165
CHAPTER XII
EDUCATION OF THE SENSES
Aim of education to develop the energies
168
Difference in the reaction between deficient and normal children in the presentation of didactic material made up of graded stimuli
169
Education of the senses has as its aim the refinement of the differential perception of stimuli by means of repeated exercises
173
Three Periods of S6guin
177
CHAPTER XIII
EDUCATION OF THE SENSES AND ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE DIDACTIC
MATERIAL: GENERAL SENSIBILITY: THE TACTILE, THERMIC,
BARIC
AND STEREO GNOSTIC SENSES
Education of the tactile, thermic and baric senses
185
Education of the stereognostic sense
188
Education of the senses of taste and smell
190
Education of the sense of vision
191
Exercises with the three series of cards
199
Education of the chromatic sense
200
Exercise for the discrimination of sounds
203
Musical education
206
Tests for acuteness of hearing
209
A lesson in silence
212
CHAPTER XIV
GENERAL NOTES ON THE EDUCATION OF THE SENSES
Aim in education biological and social
215
Education of the senses makes men observers and prepares them directly for practical life
218
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