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Syllabus Of A Course In Pedagogy, Edward Brooks Jan 2019

Syllabus Of A Course In Pedagogy, Edward Brooks

Educational Sciences

This syllabus of a general course in Pedagogy has been prepared for a two-fold purpose. First, it is designed as a basis of lectures by the Superintendent to the teachers of Philadelphia on the science and art of Teaching. Second, it is also intended as a suggestion or a guide to such teachers of the city as may desire to continue their educational reading or who may wish to make a more thorough study of Pedagogy than they have hitherto done.


What The Schools Teach And Might Teach, Franklin Robbitt Jan 2019

What The Schools Teach And Might Teach, Franklin Robbitt

Educational Sciences

This book on "What the Schools Teach and Might Teach" is one of the 25 sections of the report of the Education Survey of Cleveland conducted by the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation in 1915. Twentythree of these sections will be published as separate monographs. In addition there will be a larger volume giving a summary of the findings and recommendations relating to the regular work of the public schools, and a second similar volume giving the summary of those sections relating to industrial education. Copies of all these publications may be obtained from the Cleveland Foundation. They may ...


Place Of Moving Pictures In Visual Education, Frederick Dean Mcclusky Jan 2019

Place Of Moving Pictures In Visual Education, Frederick Dean Mcclusky

Educational Sciences

Visual education not new. The recent emphasis upon visual education has created the impression in the minds of many persons that the movement is very new. This is not true. Slides and stereographs have been used in schools for over two decades and such visual aids as charts, models, diagrams, pictures and museum exhibits for a much longer period. Dudley Grant Hays of Chicago, A. W. Abrams of Albany, New York, C. R. Toothaker of Philadelphia, W. M. Gregory of Cleveland and others have been at the head of city or state distribution centers of visual education for many years.


The Teaching Of History, Ernest C. Hartwell Jan 2019

The Teaching Of History, Ernest C. Hartwell

Educational Sciences

This book is offered as a guide to history teachers of the high school and the upper grammar grades. It is directly concerned with the teaching methods to be employed in the history period. The author assumes the limiting conditions that surround classroom instruction of the present day; he also takes for granted the teacher's sympathy with modern aims in history instruction. All discussions of purpose and content are therefore subordinated to a clear presentation of the details of effective teaching technique.