Character Training in the Primary Grades

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Scolla, Anne Elizabeth
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1947
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For many centuries, at least from the time of Plato, the proper rearing of children has been stressed as the most important factor in civilization. The daily adjustments of the early years of childhood, which are under the complete and direct supervision of home and school, constitute the warp and woof out of which is woven the personality, disposition, and character of the child. The habits of affection and antipathy, as well as of generosity and selfishness, the habits of happiness or discontent, as well as of amiability or irritability, are established in these early periods of the child*s life by the moral and social ideals of those who train and instruct him, and set the standards for his thoughts and behavior.
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