Elizabeth Harrison’s Writings

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From the Introduction to When Children Err: A Book for Young Mothers, by Elizabeth Harrison

Harrison discusses the way in which past educational thought, as pointed out by Herbert Spencer, does not prepare individuals for motherhood, to which she describes the importance and necessity to do so.

Publication Date

1916

Publisher

The National Kindergarten College

City

Chicago

Keywords

Girls, Child rearing, Psychology, Herbert Spencer, Motherhood

Disciplines

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

Comments

This book has been made digitally available by support from the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois and the Internet Archive.

How Are We Educating Our Young Girls?

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