The Danger and Value of Curiosity

The Danger and Value of Curiosity

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    I feel it a great privilege to have the opportunity of speaking after two such excellent, fitting and really illuminating addresses, because my task is made very much easier. You heard from the first address the note I would like to have struck—I am thankful it has been done so much better than I could—the note of hope. I have a great deal to do with children who are supposed to be rather the off scouring of the more or less hopeless children of our civilization, but I have never yet found a case in which it was not possible to take a completely hopeful view, and, by confidence and belief in the child, by the particular kind of approach that I want to give you one example of, find some way to give the child confidence in himself and than sense of security that Dr. Calver has so much emphasized

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