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John Locke's Some Thoughts Concerning Education
Original title John Locke's Some Thoughts Concerning Education
Author John Locke
Genre Treatise
Language English
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Published 1693
ISBN 978-1420925331
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In Some Thoughts Concerning Education, John Locke sets out his ideas for how best to educate children. He begins by advocating for a more natural approach to learning, in which children are allowed to explore the world and learn through experience. He also emphasizes the importance of teaching children practical skills, such as how to read and write, and of instilling in them good moral values. Locke believes that education should be tailored to the individual child, and that it should be a lifelong process. He concludes by offering some advice on how to deal with difficult children.

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