2 edition of A lecture on the subject of Exciting emulation in schools by the use of rewards and punishments found in the catalog.
by I.C. Patridge in Chapel Hill
|Other titles||Pamphlets., Addresses., Exciting emulation in schools by the use of rewards and punishments.|
|Statement||delivered before the North Carolina Institute of Education, at Chapel Hill, June 27, 1833, by Walker Anderson|
|Contributions||Patridge, Isaac C., North Carolina Institute of Education|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
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We do make use of the desires, not wisely, but too well. We run our schools upon emulation, the desire of every child to be first; and not the ablest, but the most pushing, comes to the front. We quicken emulation by the common desire to get and to have, that is, by the impulse of avarice. The statement is TRUE.. In overall, when we take notes we do it based on the relevance the idea has to us, that is to say, if it is something we'd need to review or investigate later on, if it has some sort of significance to us, if it is an idea or concept that is .
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