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347. oldal - ... employ. A quiet moral power ought to reign in the school-room, rather than coercive and extreme measures. Its influence is more happy, effective, and permanent. True wisdom and skill in school government consists in the prevention rather than the punishment of offences ; in interesting and occupying pupils, cultivating the better feelings of their nature, truthfulness, generosity, kindness and self-respect. Refined manners, winning tones, and an earnest spirit, will exert a peculiar sway even...
139. oldal - I find this conclusion more impressed upon me, — that the greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something, and tell what it saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think, but thousands can think for one who can see. To see clearly, is poetry, prophecy, and religion, — all in one.
173. oldal - Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.
270. oldal - I hold that a man is only fit to teach so long as he is himself learning daily. If the mind once becomes stagnant, it can give no fresh draught to another mind ; it is drinking out of a pond, instead of from a spring.
381. oldal - In addition to the provisions for the support of the common schools hereinbefore provided, it shall be the duty of the county commissioners of each county in the State to levy an annual tax...
151. oldal - ... school, and a school of worshipers is called a congregation, and a congregation of engineers is called a corps, and a corps of robbers is called a band, and a band of locusts is called a swarm, and a swarm of people is called a crowd, and a crowd of gentlefolks is called the elite, and the elite of the city's thieves and rascals are called the roughs...
331. oldal - To happy havens under all the sky, And mix the seasons and the golden hours; Till each man find his own in all men's good, And all men work in noble brotherhood...
12. oldal - No rational plea can be put forward for leaving the Art of Education out of our curriculum. Whether as bearing upon the happiness of parents themselves, or whether as affecting the characters and lives of their children and remote descendants, we must admit that a knowledge of the right methods of juvenile culture, physical, intellectual, and moral, is., a. know ledge second to none in importance.
151. oldal - A little girl was looking at the picture of a number of ships, when she exclaimed, "See what a flock of ships!
152. oldal - ... think •will best subserve the interest of the common schools and the cause of education. They are required to prescribe rules and regulations for the government of all the common schools within the township. Clothed with such powers, and charged with such duties and such responsibilities, it will not be permitted to them to make any agreement among themselves or with others by which their public action is to be or may be restrained or embarrassed, or its freedom in anywise affected or impaired.