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relation of physical education to,

174-76; and recreational training,

222-24.

Mother tongue, 247-54, 272-78.
Motivation of educational activities,

play or interest motive, 16-17;

work-motive, 18-22.



Municipal consciousness, develop-
ment of, 141-57.

National consciousness, developing,
134-41.

Objectives of training. See Aims of
education.

Observation, in occupational field,
105-08; in civic field, 149-50; in
health training, 190, 191, 202-
04; purposes and place of, 227-
30.

Occupational training, in general,
55-113; objectives, 55-70; tech-
nical training of independent
specialists, 71-75; of group spe-
cialists, 76-86; social aspects, 87-
113; relation of physical training
to, 173-74; relation of recreational
training to, 224-26; foreign lan-
guages concerned in, 256-62.

Participation in responsible activi-
ties. See Practical activities.

Physical training, definition, 180;
general discussion, 180-88; through
play, 15-16, 212-21.

Place of educational experiences, gen-
eral treatment, 34-40; household
occupations, 34-35; gardening, 35;
training of mechanics, 35-36;
health training, 36-37, 185-88;
occupational, 105, 108.

Plasticity as educational objective,
224-25.

Play, educational values, 8-9; func-
tion in human life, 207-26; rela-
tion to work, 18-20.

Play-level of education, defined, 6;
general treatment, 8-17. See Lei-
sure occupations.

Practical activities, recognition of
need, 20-25; occupations, 99-105;
civic, 141-57; health, 181, 185-86,
202, 204.

Project-method, 30-33. See Prac-
tical activities, School credit for
home work.

Psychology of play, 212-24.



INDEX



295



Purposes of education. See Aims ol
education.

Reading, historical, 13, 108-12,
134-41, 160-62, 193-94, 231, 237;
geographical, 12, 231-37, 112, 194;
occupational, 92, 108-13; science,
14, 194, 231, 237; literature, 12,
231, 237-43; as substitute for di-
rect experience, 108-09, 132-34,
199-202, 227-43; need of abun-
dance, 238^1, 254, 268, 278.

Recreational training. See Leisure
occupations, Play, Aims of edu-
cation.

Religious training, 166-67.

Responsibility as factor in education,
place of, 19-21, 82, 150, 155, 203;
difficulty of introducing, 23-25.

Sanitation. See Health training.

School and community. See School
credit for home work, Cooperative
part-time work, Practical activi-
ties.

School credit for home work, 21-22,
38-39, 106, 149-50, 185-88, 202-
04.

Schools, places of leisure, 23-25.

Science, utility vs. culture, 4; on
play-level, 13-14,231, 237; "pure"
science, 28, S3; relation to prac-
tical life, 26-33, 71-75; hygiene
and sanitation, 194-95.

Scientific management, 78-86.

Scientific method in curriculum mak-
ing, in general, 41-52; in voca-
tional field, 63-70; in civic field,
117.

Sewing, 34, 102.



Shop-work, on play-level, 15; on
work-level, 20-22, 35-36; range of
activities, 99-105.

Social progress, education as agency
of, 49, 68-70.

Social service aspect of occupations.
55-61, 87-91.

Social studies. See History, Geog-
raphy, Citizenship training, Oc-
cupational training, Health train-
ing-
Social supervision of occupational
world, 87-98.

Social training through play, 8, 16.

Spanish, 262, 271.

Spelling, discovering the objectives,
47, 249; error-lists, 251.

Survey as method of discovering
educational objectives, in general,
42-44; in grammar, 45-46; in
spelling, 47; in occupational field,
47, 68; in agriculture, 48-49.

Technical training, 26-33, 71-86.
Training of group-workers, 76-86.

Vocabulary-building, through foreign
languages, 273-78; reality-method,
241, 250, 274; verbal methods,
240^1, 275.

Vocational education. See Occupa-
tional training.

Work-level of educational experi-
ence, defined, 6; general treat-
ment, 18-33; for high school and
college, 25. See Practical activi-
ties.

World-consciousness, development
of, 157-62.



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