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" Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests — the interest in conversation or communication; in inquiry, or finding out things; in making things, or construction; and in artistic expression... "
The Kindergarten-primary Magazine - Page 179
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The School and Society: Being Three Lectures

John Dewey - Education - 1899 - 129 pages
...the art impulse is connected mainly with the social instinct — the desire to tell, to represent. Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests —...exercise of which depends the active growth of the child. I wish to give one or two illustations, the first from the work of children seven years of age....
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The School and Society: Being Three Lectures

John Dewey - Education - 1899 - 125 pages
...the art impulse is connected mainly with the social instinct — the desire to tell, to represent. \ Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests —...artistic expression — we may say they are the natural rpsnnrrps, the uninvested capital, upon the exercise of which dgperids th^ active growth of the child....
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The School and Society

John Dewey - Education - 1900 - 129 pages
...the art impulse is connected mainly with the social instinct — the desire to tell, to represent. Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests —...interest in conversation or communication ; in inquiry, nt— finding nut things ; in making things, pr_ construction ; and in artistic expressjon — we may...
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The Elements of General Method: Based on the Principles of Herbart

Charles Alexander McMurry - Education - 1903 - 331 pages
...of education rests upon a foundation of primordial, instinctive interests in children. Dewey says, " Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests —...exercise of which depends the active growth of the child." The efforts of Dr. Dewey, in his experimental school at the University of Chicago, to put this...
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The Elements of General Method, Based on the Principles of Herbart

Charles Alexander McMurry - Education - 1903 - 331 pages
...of education rests upon a foundation of primordial, instinctive interests in children. Dewey says, " Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests —...in making things or construction, and in artistic expression—we may say they are the natural resources, the uninvested capital, upon the exercise of...
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Meaning of Education as Interpreted by Herbart

Frank Herbert Hayward - Education - 1907 - 217 pages
...no recognition in their classification of interests." Dr. Dewey gives a fourfold classification, " the interest in conversation or communication ; in...things or construction ; and in artistic expression " — a classification which seems to ignore, in some measure, the Sympathetic and Social Interests...
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Methods of Teaching: Their Basis and Statement Developed from a Functional ...

Werrett Wallace Charters - Teaching - 1912 - 444 pages
...Professor Dewey gives a list of impulses and interests which may be counted upon in the grades. 2 These are the interest "in conversation or communication; in...things, or construction; and in artistic expression." These are the impulses and interests. The material upon which they will work—the central subjects...
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Curriculum-making, Past and Present

National Society for the Study of Education. Committee on Curriculum-Making, Harold Ordway Rugg - Curriculum planning - 1969 - 475 pages
...the art impulse is connected mainly with the social instinct — the desire to tell, to represent. Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests —...exercise of which depends the active growth of the child. IV ON THE FORMALITY OF "TRADITIONAL EDUCATION" (1900) (From The School and /Society, pp. 32-33....
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Concepts of Occupational Therapy

Kathlyn L. Reed, Sharon Nelson Sanderson - Medical - 1999 - 529 pages
...in a word. (6) She also credited Dewey (7). Dewey proposed that a child has four types of interest: "the interest in conversation, or communication; in...things, or construction; and in artistic expression." Matsasuya continued by suggesting that interest had been studied in two major directions (4). One looks...
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Plato's Theory of Art

Rupert Clendon Lodge - Philosophy - 1953 - 316 pages
...upon the natural action-tendencies of children. Dewey formulates the schoolboy s natural interests as 'the interest in conversation or communication ; in...things, or construction ; and in artistic expression" (The School and Society, revised edition, 1916, University of Chicago Press, p. 45)52. Laws 643d f.,...
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