Freedom and Discipline Part I

Freedom and Discipline Part I

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    Education is in these days very much concerned with the concepts of freedom and discipline and the controversies concerning them. These notes arise not out of the experience of teaching children but out of conclusions suggested by the careful study of children who have failed to be educable. With these children in mind, I wish to suggest that before we can usefully discuss freedom or discipline in education, we should attempt in arrive at some agreement as to the fundamental concepts underlying these terms.


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