Recent numbers of this magazine and other good publications have emphasized the necessity that manual training teachers have a well recognized theory back of their work, and further, that the value of the work of any teacher is in direct ratio to the clearness with which this theory is comprehended and followed in practice. A project is any activity purposed by an individual and by him carried through. Project teaching of manual training is the most difficult kind of teaching, but withall the most fruitful, for it furnishes the opportunity to develop those qualities of manhood that our democratic society most needs today; and it enables one to make most effective use of the laws that govern the development of all human beings.
Whitney, H. J. (1920). Project Teaching of Manual Training. Manual Training Magazine, 22(3), 57-61.
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