Experimental Studies in Kindergarten Theory and Practice: The Development of Reasoning in Young Children
by Meredith Smith - 1914
[This article was the discussion of an address given by Dr. Dewey before the Department of Kindergarten Education at the Teachers College Alumni Conference for 1913.] Problems in education have been concerned largely with the effort to devise means or methods by which children might be led to acquire a greater amount of knowledge and acquire it with greater ease and facility. The problem of to-day is rather how to provide conditions which will call out the greatest amount of initiative in children, which will most effectively develop reflective thought or reasoning.
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