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What Can Teachers Of Normal Children Learn From The Teachers Of Defectives?
There is hardly any teacher who is not called to deal with the leaders of mischief. Take, for example, one who has no conception of the rights of others. If there are two ways, he will choose the crooked always, rather than the straightforward. Things disappear, and can always be traced to him, and yet he is an attractive child, one of the brightest in his class. One cannot believe he means to be naughty. The teacher recognizes the type from the description -- a moral imbecile....
|Title:||What Can Teachers Of Normal Children Learn From The Teachers Of Defectives?|
|Creator:||Martin W. Barr (author)|
|Publication:||Journal of Psycho-Asthenics|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Location:||vol.8, no.2-3, pp.55-59|
|Keywords:||Children; Cognitive Disability; Crime; Doctors; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Nomenclature; Professional Associations; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities|