because no man can presume to give characters of the living , fince none can properly be said to be great or ... that having laid down directions whereby to judge of the Education proper for different capacities , according to the ...
The proper education of an agricultutal population , must regard their appropriate duties — must be such as will enable them to do the duties of their lot . Whatever limitation to the mere knowledge of their trade might seem worthy on ...
Author: Samuel NOTT (Missionary at Bombay.)Publish On: 1835
The proper education of an agricultutal population , must regard their appropriate duties - must be such as will enable them to do the duties of their lot . Whatever limitation to the mere knowledge of their trade might seem worthy on ...
acquiring any knowledge of the objects around them , or of learning to move cleverly and cautiously from place to place . ... Attention should also be paid to their turning out their toes properly , for which purpose it will be well ...
However, other Confucian writings do express the idea of a virtuous community in terms of proper family relationships. Ames describes the family as a “guiding metaphor” in Confucian ethics and points to the role of education in ...
Author: Xu Di
Publisher: SUNY Press
A translation and discussion of the central Confucian text on education, Xueji (On Learning and Teaching), influential in China from the Han dynasty to the present day. Written over two and a half millennia ago, the Xueji (On Teaching and Learning) is one of the oldest and most comprehensive works on educational philosophy and teaching methods as well as a consideration of the appropriate roles of teachers and students. The Xueji was included in the Liji (On Ritual), one of the Five Classics that became the heart of the educational system during China’s imperial era, and it contains the ritual protocols adopted by the Imperial Academy during the Han dynasty. Chinese Philosophy on Teaching and Learning provides a new translation of the Xueji along with essays exploring this work from both Western and Chinese perspectives. Contributors examine the roots of educational thought in classical Chinese philosophy, outline similarities and differences with ideas rooted in classical Greek thought, and explore what the Xueji can offer educators today. “As the world of education awakens to the vitality and importance of China’s educational traditions, no text could be of greater interest than the Xueji—China’s most ancient text on learning and teaching. This translation, with interpretation and discussion from noted philosophers and educators in China and America, will be an invaluable resource for courses in educational foundations, comparative education, and the history of education.” — Ruth Hayhoe, University of Toronto
Author: Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Committee on Economic and Educational OpportunitiesPublish On: 1995
I believe if we stay on course we will be doing the right thing for our children and this nation's future . EDUCATION IS THE FUTURE The American people may be angry or anxious about many things , but they still place a very high value ...
Author: Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities
Category: Educational change
This document records the proceedings of a Congressional hearing on the role of the federal government in education policy. Statements are provided by Richard Riley (Secretary of Education), Bret Schundler (Mayor, Jersey City, New Jersey), Tommy Thompson (Governor, Wisconsin), and Representatives, William L. Clay (Missouri), William F. Goodling (Pennsylvania), Harris W. Fawell (Illinois), Gene Green (Texas), and Thomas C. Sawyer (Ohio). The following federal education programs are discussed: the Goals 2000: Educate America Act, the School-to-Work Opportunities Act, Title 1 of the Elementary and Secondary Work Opportunities Act, Title 1 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and the Improving America's School Act. Discussion includes education and the future; economic development and success; national security; responsible citizenship; access and civil rights; state and local responsibility; program reforms; the role of the Department of Education; research; technology; student aid; federal and state partnerships; education standards; education as a state responsibility; school funding and flexibility; disadvantaged children; public and private schools; decentralization; the role of parents; employment and job training programs; major research findings on school choice; and program costs. (AEF)
And their learning is a vain shadowone moment marks alike its appearance and its flight . Such instruction begets not knowledge , but rather ignorance of the worst order - vain , conceited , presumptuous ignorance .
'What can reflect more on a person's reputation for learning, than to find him unable to pronounce with propriety and ... of the time in his I795 edict that the loss of [h] was a clear signifier of the absence of proper education.
Author: Lynda Mugglestone
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Talking Proper is a history of the rise and fall of the English accent as a badge of cultural, social, and class identity. Lynda Mugglestone traces the origins of the phenomenon in late eighteenth-century London, follows its history through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and charts its downfall during the era of New Labor. This is a witty, readable account of a fascinating subject, liberally spiced with quotations from English speech and writing over the past 250 years.
Would not one be apt to imagine this was the proper education to make a man a fool ? Such are the universities of Prague , Louvain , and Padua . The second is , where the pupils are under few restrictions , wliere all scholastic jargon ...
Vol. 25 is the report of the commissioner of education for 1880; v. 29, report for 1877.
Author: Wolfgang HofkirchnerPublish On: 2021-01-13
The questions human users could be interested are listed on the right top of the figure. XAI leads to machine learning systems that include some representation of context and the environment in which they operate.
Author: Wolfgang Hofkirchner
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book examines the contributions of the transhumanism approach to technology, in particular the contributed chapters are wary of the implications of this popular idea. The volume is organized into four parts concerning philosophical, military, technological and sociological aspects of transhumanism, but the reader is free to choose various reading patterns. Topics discussed include gene editing, the singularity, ethical machines, metaphors in AI, mind uploading, and the philosophy of art, and some perspectives taken or discussed examine transhumanism within the context of the philosophy of technology, transhumanism as a derailed anthropology, and critical sociological aspects that consider transhumanism in the context of topical concerns such as whiteness, maleness, and masculinity. The book will be of value to researchers engaged with artificial intelligence, and the ethical, societal, and philosophical impacts of science and technology.
experience that children don't necessarily have to complete twenty examples to learn a math skill. Five or ten well constructed and reviewed examples could be sufficient for proper learning to occur. 6. Provide your child with an ...
Author: Nathan Naparstek
The Learning Solution is a practical guide for parents who want to improve their child’s academic situation in school. It is written by a practicing school psychologist to give parents effective strategies for making the most helpful and realistic choices for children experiencing difficulty with their schoolwork. The Learning Solution will provide parents with the skills needed to negotiate the education maze and teach them how to advocate for their child. Parents will also learn how build an effective cooperative relationship with their child at home. The Learning Solution has been updated to include a chapter on mental health issues currently impacting on children’s learning experiences in school. In addition, current information is provided on the medications used in the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
To train up those children who are living in ignorance around us , so that with the help of a good education they may be ... These two particulars open up to us the just and comprehensive scheme of a true and proper education ; when Man ...
Judgement is of a whole different order , but it is logically implicated in the type of learning we are discussing . We are not claiming that young children learn each PN told them at the first shot . On the other hand , we observe that ...
Author: Gillian Cohen
Publisher: Psychology Press
This special issue brings together studies that analyse the nature of retrieval failure for proper names and evaluate whether a common memory system can adequately account for the representation and retrieval of both proper and common names.
Neural networks are prone to overtraining phenomena , demanding a proper learning mechanism control. Early stop is usually used to control network learning. This procedure consists in interrupt training on the epoch for which network ...
Author: Hujun Yin
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning, IDEAL 2012, held in Natal, Brazil, in August 2012. The 100 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 200 submissions for inclusion in the book and present the latest theoretical advances and real-world applications in computational intelligence.
The learning is called proper when F = H, and is called improper when F ⊊ H. Also, in general, a query (h,τ) is proper if h ∈ F, otherwise it is improper. The learner is a consistent learner, if |〈hi,hj〉D − ci| ≤ τi for i < j, ...
Author: Ricard Gavaldà
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
As intelligent autonomous agents and multiagent system applications become more pervasive, it becomes increasingly important to understand the risks associated with using these systems. Incorrect or inappropriate agent behavior can have harmful - fects, including financial cost, loss of data, and injury to humans or systems. For - ample, NASA has proposed missions where multiagent systems, working in space or on other planets, will need to do their own reasoning about safety issues that concern not only themselves but also that of their mission. Likewise, industry is interested in agent systems that can search for new supply opportunities and engage in (semi-) automated negotiations over new supply contracts. These systems should be able to securely negotiate such arrangements and decide which credentials can be requested and which credentials may be disclosed. Such systems may encounter environments that are only partially understood and where they must learn for themselves which aspects of their environment are safe and which are dangerous. Thus, security and safety are two central issues when developing and deploying such systems. We refer to a multiagent system s security as the ability of the system to deal with threats that are intentionally caused by other intelligent agents and/or s- tems, and the system s safety as its ability to deal with any other threats to its goals."
Author: James Thomas O'BRIEN (Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin.)Publish On: 1860
And from hence it follows , that children have as much right to some proper education as to have their liv preserved , and that when this is not given them by their parents , the care of it devolves upon all persons it becomes the duty ...
Author: James Thomas O'BRIEN (Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin.)
Learning from Experience and Exploring Prospects Celina Del Felice, Aaron Karako, Andria Wisler ... own changes with the learning of their students,2 to the development of proper learning environments and with the use of appropriate ...
Author: Celina Del Felice
Practice and research of peace education has grown in the recent years as shown by a steadily increasing number of publications, programs, events, and funding mechanisms. The oft-cited point of departure for the peace education community is the belief in education as a valuable tool for decreasing the use of violence in conflict and for building cultures of positive peace hallmarked by just and equitable structures. Educators and organizations implementing peace education activities and programming, however, often lack the tools and capacities for evaluation and thus pay scant regard to this step in program management. Reasons for this inattention are related to the perceived urgency to prioritize new and more action in the context of scarce financial and human resources, notwithstanding violence or conflict; the lack of skills and time to indulge in a thorough evaluative strategy; and the absence of institutional incentives and support. Evaluation is often demand-driven by donors who emphasize accounting given the current context of international development assistance and budget cuts. Program evaluation is considered an added burden to already over-tasked programmers who are unaware of the incentives and of assessment techniques. Peace education practitioners are typically faced with forcing evaluation frameworks, techniques, and norms standardized for traditional education programs and venues. Together, these conditions create an unfavorable environment in which evaluation becomes under-valued, de-prioritized, and mythologized for its laboriousness. This volume serves three inter-related objectives. First, it offers a critical reflection on theoretical and methodological issues regarding evaluation applied to peace education interventions and programming. The overarching questions of the nature of peace and the principles guiding peace education, as well as governing theories and assumptions of change, transformation, and complexity are explored. Second, the volume investigates existing quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods evaluation practices of peace educators in order to identify what needs related to evaluation persist among practitioners. Promising practices are presented from peace education programming in different settings (formal and non-formal education), within various groups (e.g. children, youth, police, journalists) and among diverse cultural contexts. Finally, the volume proposes ideas of evaluation, novel techniques for experimentation, and creative adaptation of tools from related fields, in order to offer pragmatic and philosophical substance to peace educators’ “next moves” and inspire the agenda for continued exploration and innovation. The authors come from variety of fields including education, peace and conflict studies, educational evaluation, development studies, comparative education, economics, and psychology.
Obviously , L itself may be used as hypothesis space . This leads to the notion of proper learning , i.e. , a learner identifies L properly if it learns L with respect to L itself . Since the requirement to learn properly in ...
An education in a college seems therefore preferable . We attribute to universities either too much or too little . Some assert that they are the only proper places to advance learning ; while others deny ered their utility in forming ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related AgenciesPublish On: 1999
If a child cannot see properly , he or she cannot take full advantage of one of America's most valuable resources — the education available in our public schools . And without a proper education , a child is less likely to become an ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies