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

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The

present , the real opposition is not between native skill and experience on the

one side , and psychological methods on the other ; it is rather between devices

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The

**Third**Resource is authoritative instruction in methods and devices . Atpresent , the real opposition is not between native skill and experience on the

one side , and psychological methods on the other ; it is rather between devices

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Or , again , the teacher , mislead by the formula — first , the isolated definite

particular ; second , the interconnection ;

distinction and definition where normally the child should deal only with wholes

in ...

Or , again , the teacher , mislead by the formula — first , the isolated definite

particular ; second , the interconnection ;

**third**, the organic whole - introducesdistinction and definition where normally the child should deal only with wholes

in ...

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The logical steps of the development of number may be illustrated as follows :

First , there is a recognition that one is distant from one's destination --say , the

camp . Next , that one can by travelling fast reach the camp by sunset .

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The logical steps of the development of number may be illustrated as follows :

First , there is a recognition that one is distant from one's destination --say , the

camp . Next , that one can by travelling fast reach the camp by sunset .

**Third**, the...

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To answer this brings us to the

This field will produce , say , only so many bushels of corn at a given price per

bushel ; it is , therefore , not worth so much as a smaller field which will produce

as ...

To answer this brings us to the

**third**and final stage of number measurement .This field will produce , say , only so many bushels of corn at a given price per

bushel ; it is , therefore , not worth so much as a smaller field which will produce

as ...

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Some writers tell us that each object is one , and so gives the natural basis for the

evolution of number ; that the starting point is one object , to which another object

is “ added , ” then a

Some writers tell us that each object is one , and so gives the natural basis for the

evolution of number ; that the starting point is one object , to which another object

is “ added , ” then a

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