The Role of Child-Study for American Herbartianism
作者: FUJIMOTO Kazuhisa
作者单位: 1Kyoto University
刊名: Research Journal of Educational Methods, 2001, Vol.26 (0), pp.1-9
来源数据库: J-STAGE Journals
DOI: 10.18971/nasemjournal.26.0_1
英文摘要: It is generally believed that Child-Study contributed to the development of Progressive Education Movement and it had little influence on American Herbartianism except that it forced them to shift their emphasis upon subject matters to that upon children. Since they produced their own Project Method in early 1920's, it is partly true that American Herbartians learned much from Child-Study and changed their way. However, in fact, they positively took part in the Illinois Society for Child-Study from 1894 to 1897, and C. C. VanLiew, who was one of the famous advocates of Herbartianism, served three years as a secretary of the society, while they launched National Herbart Society in 1895 and discussed some educational and instructional theories such as five formal steps, concentration,...
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