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Excerpt from A Study of the Relative Values of Nature-Study and Specific Instruction in Agriculture
With the recent tendency to make the nature - study work of the grades more narrowly economic and directly agricultural, the question arises as to whether in our tendency toward the utili tarian, we are giving the child the same Opportunities for develop ment which the broader field of nature-study offers. Is there here an equal opportunity for him to become more observing, as we believe he does become in the pursuit of the many problems in nature-study; will he be able to attack and work out problems as well after a series of strictly agricultural lessons as he would have been had these been more varied and general? It almost amounts to the quest are we justified in giving our work an industrial trend rather than considering it purely cultural?
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 20, 2017)
isbn: 0259880507, 978-0259880509,
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