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So kind and sympathetic a reception has been given my " Study of Child-Nature", wherein I treat of the value of understanding and wisely training the INHERETED INSTINCTS of the children, that I have ventured in this book to put forth some suggestions concerning the use of ENVIRONMENT in education. I hope to treat SELF-ACTIVITY and its importance in a third volume, thus completing the trilogy, the outline of which is given in the introduction to this. Thanking a generous public for its past interest, I make no other apology for putting it before the book.
- Elizabeth Harrison
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Teachers, Elizabeth Harrison, Education, Chicago Kindergarten College
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Harrison, Elizabeth, "Some Silent Teachers" (1904). Elizabeth Harrison’s Writings. 15.