The Speyer School: Part I. Its History and Purpose: Controlling Ideas in the Curriculum of Kindergarten and the Elementary School
by James E. Russell, F. M. McMurry, C. H. Farnsworth & T. D. Wood - 1902
The preceding discussion suggests the outlines of the curriculum desired. The two most prominent controlling ideas in the selection of studies and of topics under them are the requirements of society (including, of course, its ideals as well as its present practices) and the nature of children.
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