Elizabeth Harrison’s Writings

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Table of Contents: The Introduction, The Problem, Who Sets the Standards?, How Wrong Standards are Set Up, Danger of Vague and Varying Standards, When Standards Differ, The Highest Standard, The Growth of Standards, The Discipline of Nature, The Discipline of the Inner Life, The Discipline of the Social World, Value of Confession, Various Forms of Discipline, Arbitrary, or Impulsive Punishment, Retributive, or Revengeful Punishment, Protective, or Legal Punishment, Educative, or Wise Punishment, How to Avoid the Need of Punishment, The Answer Which Time Has Given

Publication Date

1916

Publisher

The National Kindergarten College

City

Chicago

Keywords

Child rearing, Punishment, Kindergarten, Elizabeth Harrison, Educational Standards

Disciplines

Education | Pre-Elementary, Early Childhood, Kindergarten Teacher Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development

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This book has been made digitally available by support from the Google Books Project and Stanford University Libraries.

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