„The secret of sound education is to get each pupil to learn for himself, instead of instructing him by driving knowledge into him on a stereotyped system.“

The Scouter http://www.thedump.scoutscan.com/outlook.html (January, 1912)

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„The primary principle of education is the determination of the pupil to self-activity — the doing nothing for him which he is able to do for himself.“

—  Sir William Hamilton, 9th Baronet Scottish metaphysician (1788–1856) 1788 - 1856

As quoted by Josiah Hotchkiss Gilbert, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895). p. 573.

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„The end of learning is to know God, and out of that knowledge to love Him and imitate Him.“

—  John Milton English epic poet 1608 - 1674

Quote reported in Josiah Hotchkiss Gilbert, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895), p. 364

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„O be wiser, thou !
Instructed that true knowledge leads to love;
True dignity abides with him alone
Who, in the silent hour of inward thought,
Can still suspect, and still revere himself,
In lowliness of heart.“

—  William Wordsworth English Romantic poet 1770 - 1850

Lines (1795)
Contexto: If Thou be one whose heart the holy forms
Of young imagination have kept pure
Stranger! henceforth be warned; and know that pride,
Howe'er disguised in its own majesty,
Is littleness; that he who feels contempt
For any living thing, hath faculties
Which he has never used; that thought with him
Is in its infancy. The man whose eye
Is ever on himself doth look on one,
The least of Nature's works, one who might move
The wise man to that scorn which wisdom holds
Unlawful, ever. O be wiser, thou!
Instructed that true knowledge leads to love;
True dignity abides with him alone
Who, in the silent hour of inward thought,
Can still suspect, and still revere himself,
In lowliness of heart.

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„True instruction is this: —to learn to wish that each thing should come to pass as it does.“

—  Epictetus philosopher from Ancient Greece 50 - 138

Contexto: True instruction is this: —to learn to wish that each thing should come to pass as it does. And how does it come to pass? As the Disposer has disposed it. Now He has disposed that there should be summer and winter, and plenty and dearth, and vice and virtue, and all such opposites, for the harmony of the whole. (26).

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„The Authors who write near the beginnings of science, are, in general the most instructive: they take the reader more along with them, shew him the real difficulties, and, which is a main point, teach him the subject, the way by which they themselves learned it.“

—  Robert Woodhouse English mathematician 1773 - 1827

A Treatise on Isoperimetrical Problems, and the Calculus of Variations (1810)
Contexto: The Authors who write near the beginnings of science, are, in general the most instructive: they take the reader more along with them, shew him the real difficulties, and, which is a main point, teach him the subject, the way by which they themselves learned it.<!--Preface p. v-iv

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„By instructing students how to learn, unlearn and relearn, a powerful new dimension can be added to education.“

—  Alvin Toffler American writer 1928 - 2016

Future Shock (1970), ch. 18
Fonte: Powershift: Knowledge, Wealth, and Power at the Edge of the 21st Century

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