Outlines of Educational Doctrine
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Outlines of Educational Doctrine

By John Frederick Herbart
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Table of Contents
  • OUTLINES OF EDUCATIONAL DOCTRINE
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART I THE DOUBLE BASIS OF PEDAGOGICS
    • CHAPTER I The Ethical Basis
    • CHAPTER II The Psychological Basis
  • PART II OUTLINES OF GENERAL PEDAGOGICS
    • SECTION I GOVERNMENT OF CHILDREN
      • CHAPTER I Theoretical Aspects
      • CHAPTER II Practical Aspects
    • CHAPTER I Theoretical Aspects
    • CHAPTER II Practical Aspects
    • SECTION II INSTRUCTION
      • CHAPTER I The Relation of Instruction to Government and Training
      • CHAPTER II The Aim of Instruction
      • CHAPTER III The Conditions of Many-sidedness
      • CHAPTER IV The Conditions Determining Interest
      • CHAPTER V The Main Kinds of Interest
      • CHAPTER VI The Material of Instruction from Different Points of View
      • CHAPTER VII The Process of Instruction
      • CHAPTER VIII Remarks on the Plan of Instruction as a Whole
    • CHAPTER I The Relation of Instruction to Government and Training
    • CHAPTER II The Aim of Instruction
    • CHAPTER III The Conditions of Many-sidedness
    • CHAPTER IV The Conditions Determining Interest
    • CHAPTER V The Main Kinds of Interest
    • CHAPTER VI The Material of Instruction from Different Points of View
    • CHAPTER VII The Process of Instruction
    • CHAPTER VIII Remarks on the Plan of Instruction as a Whole
    • SECTION III TRAINING
      • CHAPTER I The Relation of Training to Government and to Instruction
      • CHAPTER II The Aim of Training
      • CHAPTER III Differentiation of Character
      • CHAPTER IV Differentiation of Morality
      • CHAPTER V Helps in Training
      • CHAPTER VI General Method of Training
    • CHAPTER I The Relation of Training to Government and to Instruction
    • CHAPTER II The Aim of Training
    • CHAPTER III Differentiation of Character
    • CHAPTER IV Differentiation of Morality
    • CHAPTER V Helps in Training
    • CHAPTER VI General Method of Training
    • SECTION IV SYNOPSIS OF GENERAL PEDAGOGICS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF AGE
      • CHAPTER I The First Three Years
      • CHAPTER II The Ages from Four to Eight
      • CHAPTER III Boyhood
      • CHAPTER IV Youth
    • CHAPTER I The First Three Years
    • CHAPTER II The Ages from Four to Eight
    • CHAPTER III Boyhood
    • CHAPTER IV Youth
  • PART III SPECIAL APPLICATIONS OF PEDAGOGICS
    • SECTION I REMARKS ON THE TEACHINGS OF PARTICULAR BRANCHES OF STUDY
      • CHAPTER I Religion
      • CHAPTER II History
      • CHAPTER III Mathematics and Nature Study
      • CHAPTER IV Geography
      • CHAPTER V The Mother-tongue
      • CHAPTER VI Greek and Latin
      • CHAPTER VII Further Specification of Didactics
    • CHAPTER I Religion
    • CHAPTER II History
    • CHAPTER III Mathematics and Nature Study
    • CHAPTER IV Geography
    • CHAPTER V The Mother-tongue
    • CHAPTER VI Greek and Latin
    • CHAPTER VII Further Specification of Didactics
    • SECTION II THE FAULTS OF PUPILS AND THEIR TREATMENT
      • CHAPTER I General Differentiation
      • CHAPTER II The Sources of Moral Weakness
      • CHAPTER III The Effects of Training
      • CHAPTER IV Special Faults
    • CHAPTER I General Differentiation
    • CHAPTER II The Sources of Moral Weakness
    • CHAPTER III The Effects of Training
    • CHAPTER IV Special Faults
    • SECTION III REMARKS ON THE ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATION
      • CHAPTER I Home Education
      • CHAPTER II Concerning Schools
    • CHAPTER I Home Education
    • CHAPTER II Concerning Schools
  • INDEX
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