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" It is through its practical value," say Professors Ayrton and Perry, that a knowledge of " mathematics must come ; and any teacher who refuses to consider the instinctive preference " of his pupils to reason about things rather than about ideas, is a... "
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting - Sayfa 92
Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education (U.S.) tarafından - 1894
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Journal, 11. cilt

1882
...been spent in practical life. It is through the practical value of mathematics that a knowledge of it must come ; and any teacher who refuses to consider...who persistently refuses the powerful aid of nature. We are frequently consulted by anxious parents as to the best course of training that should be pursued...
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Papers on Technical Education, Applied Science Buildings, Fittings and ...

Edward Cookworthy Robins - 1885
...abstract thinking in dead languages and unapplied mathematical formulae in this busy world of ours. " It is through its practical value," say Professors...persistently " refuses the powerful aid of Nature." " The danger in all these technical schools," said Professor Huxley in a letter to the author, " is...
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Technical School and College Building: Being a Treatise on the Design and ...

Edward Cookworthy Robins - 1887 - 244 sayfa
...value," say Professors Ayrton and Perry, " that a knowledge of mathematics must come ; and any ieacher who refuses to consider the instinctive preference of his pupils to reason about tilings rather than about ideas, is a man who persistently refuses the powerful aid of Nature." " The...
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England's Neglect of Science

John Perry - 1900 - 113 sayfa
...all wide - spread notions, it is founded on common sense, and I believe that any teacher who neglects to consider the instinctive preference of his pupils...who persistently refuses the powerful aid of nature. I may also remark that, besides the waste of time, there is another consequence of training in Euclid...
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Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 11. cilt

Institution of Electrical Engineers - 1882
...been spent in practical life. It is through the practical value of mathematics that a knowledge of it must come ; and any teacher who refuses to consider...his pupils to reason about things rather than about idtos, is a man who persistently refuses the powerful aid of nature. We are frequently consulted by...
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