Some Unsolved Problems of Objectives in Physical Education
by David Snedden - 1924
It will readily be agreed that a science of education must have not only scientific methods and means—it must have scientific aims as well. Scientific aims must not only be accurately defined and well organized, they must be scientifically validated as well. Such validation requires not only tested knowledge of the qualities of human needs—as decipherable among scores, perhaps hundreds, of distinctive classes, or case-groups of humans—but of the quantitative aspects of each of such heeds as well.
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