How We Are Sheltered: A Geographical Reader (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from How We Are Sheltered: A Geographical Reader The most marked tendency in the educational movement of to-day is the effort to make the experience and the power gained within the school fit into and supplement the life without. Education has been, and is, too largely a process of dealing with abstractions, with expression rather than with experience. By a strange perversity we have insisted upon presenting to the child that which is distant in place and time, and we have then wondered why he was so ignorant both ...

How We Are Sheltered: A Geographical Reader (Classic Reprint) 2015, Forgotten Books

ISBN-13: 9781330220177

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