## The Psychology of Number and Its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic |

### Dari dalam buku

Hasil 1-5 dari 41

Halaman xii

... mass and converge relevant material upon a destined end — represents , in

short , precisely what we understand by good

power to put two and two together . When taught as this sort of form , arithmetic

affords ...

... mass and converge relevant material upon a destined end — represents , in

short , precisely what we understand by good

**sense**, by good judgment , thepower to put two and two together . When taught as this sort of form , arithmetic

affords ...

Halaman 3

There can not be observation in the best

can reflection fail to be an effective preparation for observation . It will be readily

admitted that this tendency to exalt facts unduly may be checked by the study of ...

There can not be observation in the best

**sense**of the word without reflection , norcan reflection fail to be an effective preparation for observation . It will be readily

admitted that this tendency to exalt facts unduly may be checked by the study of ...

Halaman 6

A Pheidias does not despise learning the principles necessary to the mastery of

his art , nor a Beethoven disregard the knowledge requisite for the complete

technical skill through which he gives expression to his genius . In a

true ...

A Pheidias does not despise learning the principles necessary to the mastery of

his art , nor a Beethoven disregard the knowledge requisite for the complete

technical skill through which he gives expression to his genius . In a

**sense**it istrue ...

Halaman 16

... now sees in it the possibility of a whole series of activities , of throwing ,

building a house , etc. The head of a broken doll is no longer to him the mere

thing directly before his

human life .

... now sees in it the possibility of a whole series of activities , of throwing ,

building a house , etc. The head of a broken doll is no longer to him the mere

thing directly before his

**senses**. It symbolizes “ some fragment of his dream ofhuman life .

Halaman 23

Why do we not take our

attempt to give it these exact quantitative characteristics ? If we can find out the

psychological reason , the mental necessity , which induces us to put our

experience ...

Why do we not take our

**sense**experience just as it comes to us , making noattempt to give it these exact quantitative characteristics ? If we can find out the

psychological reason , the mental necessity , which induces us to put our

experience ...

### Apa yang dikatakan orang - Tulis resensi

Kami tak menemukan resensi di tempat biasanya.

### Edisi yang lain - Lihat semua

### Istilah dan frasa umum

abstract activity actual addition already amount applied arithmetic attention become begin carry cent child clear common complete conception conscious constructive cost counting decimal defined definite denotes digits direct divided division divisor dollar educational equal exact example exercises expressed factor facts feet figures five foot four fractions fundamental given gives groups hundred idea inches interest involved kind learned least less magnitude means meas measured quantity measuring unit mental method mind minor multiplicand multiplication nature necessary objects once operations original practice present primary principle problem psychological pupil rational reason recognition reference relation remainder repeated represents result root seen sense separate simply square stage subtraction taken teacher teaching tens things third tion true unit of measure unity ured vague whole yard