T. M. Blakslee
1905 School Science and Mathematics  
^n&epen&ent Criticism 355 the drawing' and constraining force of the teacher^personality. We can look back to our own mathematics teachers and see some elements of such a personality love for the subject and a sense of the latter's dignity, an enthusiastic conviction of the nobility of the teacher's work, transparent honesty, intellectual and moral, earnestness of character, courtesy and patience springing from genuine respect and love for the students. But in the actual building up of such a
more » ... ding up of such a character no one can help us. This part of our problem we must solve alone, or, at our peril, leave unsolved.
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