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The point of view of modern education

By: Marsh, Harriet Anne, 1848-1933
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The point of view of modern education

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The point of view of modern education

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The point of view of modern education

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Nationality and school progress; a study in Americanization

By: Jordan, Riverda Harding, 1873-1950

...s A Study in Americanization By RIVERDA HARDING JORDAN, Ph.D. Professor of Education, Dartmouth College PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLISHING COMPANY Bloomington, ... ...NTRODUCTORYSTATEMENT The value of objective standards as aids to effective educational administration is continually becoming more evident and accordi... ... in its constituent elements. Too often, the attitude of administrators of education. 2 Nationality and School Progress especially in our inland stat... ...e suffi- ciently marked to require modification in any respect of ordinary educational procedure. The investigation has thus taken a form which may pe... ...ed in Minneapolis and St. Paul; to the graduate students of the College of Education of the University of Minnesotawho assisted in the giving of the t... ...mmigrant child is very different from that of how to treat an Italian. The education of an English boy is not at all the same task as the educating of... ...l of Duluth, Minnesota, in his own school, and published in the Journal of Education (Boston) Oct. 31st, 1918, under the title "Know Your School." Mr.... ...ermarriages mingle the blood of all nations, and the consequent social and educational problem. With reference to the second point, the tables seem to... ...use assistants, three in number, who were recommended by the Department of Educational Psychology and proved to be exceptionally capable; in order to ...

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Nationality and School Progress: A Study in Americanization

By: Jordan, Riverda Harding, 1873-1950
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Nationality and school progress; a study in Americanization

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Nationality and school progress; a study in Americanization

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Nationality and school progress; a study in Americanization

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The Point of View of Modern Education

By: Marsh, Harriet Anne, 1848-1933

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF MODERN EDUCATION Title: THE POINT OF VIEW OF MODERN EDUCATION Author: HARRIET... ...s and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file wa... ...... ...l born into the world in modern times, is that known as evolution. The old education was founded upon a radi- cally different view of the world and of... ...ion was founded upon a radi- cally different view of the world and of man. Educational practice, especially in later gener- ations, has not been consi... ... . . . . .138 LIST OF REFERENCE BOOKS . . 146 THE POINT OF VIEW OF MODERN EDUCATION. I. THE GROWTH OF THE AFFECTIONS. '"TpHE HOME is the cradle of th... ...e aroused if he is to become useful and efficient later on. Every phase of education has its own par- ticular period, and nothing is more fascinating ... ...m teeth development of the higher emotional nature.* *Read Scott's Organic Education, Chapter 1; A Study in Youth- ful Degeneracy, Pedagogical Seminar... ...udy of Motor Ability of Children, Annual Report of U. S. Commission- er of Education, year 1897-8, Vol. II, Pag-e 1291; Influence of Exercise on Growt...

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The Point of View of Modern Education

By: Marsh, Harriet Anne, 1848-1933

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF MODERN EDUCATION Title: THE POINT OF VIEW OF MODERN EDUCATION Author: HARRIET... ...s and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file wa... ...... ...n into the world in modern times, is that known as evolution, "^tj The old education was founded upon a radi- cally different view of the world and of... ...n was founded upon a radi- cally different view of the world and of man, " Educational practice, especially in later gener- ti ations, has not been co... ... . . . . .138 List of Reference Books . . 146 THE POINT OF VIEW OF MODERN EDUCATION. I. THE GROWTH OF THE AFFECTIONS. / 44 6 7 np HEHOME is the cradl... ...e aroused if he is to become useful and efficient later on. Every phase of education has its own par- ticular period, and nothing is more fascinating ... ...of Motor Ability of Children, Knn\x3MeLe.\>ox\. of U. S. Commission- er of Education, vearlS97-X, Vol. II, Fape 1291; Influence of Exercise on GrovJth... ...hat whether we so intend or not, nearly all the fundamental pro- cesses of education have been established or ar- rested long before the child reaches...

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How to Study Effectively

By: Whipple, Guy Montrose, 1876-1941

...HOW TO STUDY EFFECTIVELY BY GUY MONTROSE WHIPPLE PROFESSOR OF EXPERIMENTAL EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Author of "Manual of Mental and Physical T... ...al Testa," "A Guide to High-School Observation," "Questions on General and Educational Psychology," "Questions in School Hygiene," "Problems in Educat... ...ychology," Editor of the Yearbooks ofthe National Society for the Study|of Education, etc. PUBLIC-SCHOOL PUBLISHING Co. Bloomington, Illinois Copyrig... ... say that failure to guide and direct study is the weak point in the whole educational machine. There is more than a fanciful analogy in the parallel ... ... that we are afterwards unable to recall were time and energy thrown away, education would be, indeed, a most ridiculous farce! In reality, knowledge ... ...nstruction. Thirteenth Yearbook, Part I, National Society for the Study of Education, 1914, pp. 32-72. (Bibliog- raphy of 19 titles. (3) Dearborn, G. ... .... 193 PP. (9) Lunt, F. S. Some investigations of habits of study, Jour, of Educational Psychology, i : 1910, 344-348. (10) McMurry, F. M. How to Study... ...w, 19 : 1911,398-405. (13) Rowe, S. H. The study habit and how to form it. Education, 30: 1910, 670-683. (14) Ruediger, W. C. Teaching pupils to study... ...ucation, 30: 1910, 670-683. (14) Ruediger, W. C. Teaching pupils to study. Education, 29: 1909, 437-446. (15) Sandwick, R. L. How to Study and What to...

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Nationality and School Progress; A Study in Americanization

By: Jordan, Riverda Harding, 1873-1950
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Nationality and School Progress; A Study in Americanization

By: Jordan, Riverda Harding, 1873-1950
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The relationship between persistence in school and home conditions

By: Holley, Charles Elmer, b. 1887; Whipple, Guy Montrose, 1876-1941
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The Relationship between Persistence in School and Home Conditions

By: Holley, Charles Elmer, B. 1887; Whipple, Guy Montrose, 1876-1941

... The Fifteenth Yearbook OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION PART II THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSISTENCE IN SCHOOL AN... ...IERSEMANN LEIPZIG The Fifteenth Yearbook OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION Part II The Relationship between Persistence in School an... ...Press Chicago. Illinois. U.S.A. OFFICERS OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION President Charles E. Chadsey Superintendent of Schools, D... ...ent 48 7. Sons and More Poorly Educated Parent.... 48 Comparisons 48 1. Amounts of Education Received by Fathers and Sons . 50 2. Amounts of Education... ...c) Rent and Size of Family 69 d) Schooling of Parents and Size of Family.... 69 e) Education of Children and Size of Family ... 70 A Family Index 71 S... ...d Other Group Relationships . . 75 Occupations of the Father 75 a) Occupations and Education of Fathers . . . . 77 b) Occupations and Rent 78 c) Occup... ...ns of Fathers and Schooling of Their Children 78 The Truant Officer's Report 80 a) Education of Parents 81 b) Number of Books in Home 82 c) Rental Val... ...ucation of Parents 81 b) Number of Books in Home 82 c) Rental Values of Home 82 d) Education of the Children 82 e) Causes of Truancy 82 CONTENTS 7 PA... ...ons for Adoption 89 Nativity of Foster-Parents 90 Occupations of Foster-Parents 90 Education of Foster-Parents and Education of Children ... 90 Number...

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The professional preparation of high-school teachers

By: National Society for the Study of Education; Whipple, Guy Montrose, 1876-1941; Gosling, Thomas Warrington, 1872-1940; Colvin, Stephen S. (Stephen Sheldon), 1869-1923; Koos, Leonard Vincent, 1881-; Mead, Arthur Raymond, b. 1880; Miller, Harry Lloyd
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The Professional Preparation of High-School Teachers

By: National Society for the Study of Education; Miller, Harry Lloyd; Whipple, Guy Montrose, 1876-1941; Gosling, Thomas Warrington, 1872-1940; Colvin, Stephen S. (Stephen Sheldon), 1869-1923; Koos, Leonard Vincent, 1881; Mead, Arthur Raymond, B. 1880

...s and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file wa... ...ary.net The Eighteenth Yearbook OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION PART I THE PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION OF HIGH-SCHOOL TEACHERS SECTI... ... SECTION III REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE SOCIETY OF COLLEGE TEACHERS OF EDUCATION ON PRACTICE TEACHING FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS By G. N. Cade, S. S. ... ...e Preparation of High-School Teachers H. L. Miller, Assistant Professor of Education and Prin- cipal of the Wisconsin High School, University of Wis- ... ...eachers for Junior High Schools 166 T. W. Gosling, Supervisor of Secondary Education, State Department of Public Instruction, Madison, Wisconsin II. T... ... and its Value to the Student- Teacher 190 Stephen S. Colvin, Professor of Educational Psychology, Brown University, and Director of High Schools for ... ...dited High Schools of the State of Washington 213 L. V. Koos, Professor of Education, and Clifford Woody, Assistant Professor of Education, University... ...ection III Report of the Committee of the Society of College Teach- ers of Education on Practice Teaching for Sec- ondary Teachers I. Resume of the Wo... ...e on Practice Teaching for Secondary Teachers 258 A. E. Mead, Professor of Education, Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, and Chairman of the Committee 39148K...

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The Point of View of Modern Education

By: Marsh, Harriet Anne, 1848-1933
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The Point of View of Modern Education

By: Marsh, Harriet Anne, 1848-1933
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The Method of the Recitation

By: Mcmurry, Charles Alexander, 1857-1929; Mcmurry, Frank Morton, 1862-1936, Joint Author
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Correlation of Studies, Report of Sub-Committee of the Committee of Fifteen

By: National Education Association of the United States; Harris, William Torrey, 1835-1909; Brown, George Pliny, 1836-1910
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Correlation of Studies, Report of Sub-Committee of the Committee of Fifteen

By: National Education Association of the United States. Harris, William Torrey, 1835-1909. Brown, George Pliny, 1836-1910.

...s and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file wa... ...N. Report of the Sub-Committee on the Correlation OF Studies in Elementary Education. The undersigned Committee agrees upon the following re- port, ea... ...r the course of study, rather than the subjective basis so long favored by educational writers, your Committee would describe the psychological basis,... ...r nature. The psychological ideal which has prevailed to a large extent in education has in the old phrenology, and in the recent studies in physiolog... ...r- Correlation of Studies. 7 dinate details belonging to the pathology of education, such as the hygienic features of school architecture and furnitu... ...scussing the grounds for the selection of studies for the period of school education occupying the eight years from six to fourteen years, or the scho... ...has thought and done is held to be the most valuable knowledge-content for education, and the instru- ments that he has used in his thinking and doing... ... correlation in 8 Report of Committee of Fifteen. II. THE COURSE OF STUDY—EDUCATIONAL VALUES. Your Committee would report that it has discussed in de... ...n the curriculum of the elementary school, with a view to dis- cover their educational value for developing and training the faculties of the mind, an...

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Nationality and School Progress; A Study in Americanization

By: Jordan, Riverda Harding, 1873-1950

...s and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file wa... ...ss A Study in Americanization By RIVERDAHARDING JORDAN, Ph.D. Professor of Education, Dartmouth College PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLISHING COMPANY Bloomington, ... ...TRODUCTORY STATEMENT The value of objective standards as aids to effective educational administration is continually becoming more evident and accordi... ... in its constituent elements. Too often, the attitude of administrators of education. 2 Nationality and School Progress especially in our inland stat... ...e suffi- ciently marked to require modification in any respect of ordinary educational procedure. The investigation has thus taken a form which may pe... ...ed in Minneapolis and St. Paul; to the graduate students of the College of Education of the University of Minnesotawho assistedin the giving of the te... ...mmigrant child is very different from that of how to treat an Italian. The education of an English boy is not at all the same task as the educating of... ...l of Duluth, Minnesota, in his own school, and published in the Journal of Education (Boston) Oct. 31st, 1918, under the title "Know Your School." Mr.... ...ermarriages mingle the blood of all nations, and the consequent social and educational problem. With reference to the second point, the tables seem to...

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A Study of Some High School Seniors of Superior Intelligence

By: Yates, Dorothy Maud Hazeltine, Mrs., 1888

...UC-NRLF L C v/ SB tiT S7b JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS NUMBER TWO A Study of Some High School Seni... ...vity, Home Conditions, and Relatives 17 Health and Physical Development 26 Education and Mental Development 34 Interests 47 Conclusion 61 Appendix A C... ... twenty other superiors, which has been briefly reported in the Journal of Educational Psychology (1920). Thanks are due to Professor Warner Brown, al... ...of this type and an analysis of their characteristics are surely important educational considera- tions. "To do justice to superiority we must underst... ...s capable of such large returns to society, it can be only a short-sighted educational policy that devotes its best efforts entirely to the understand... ...editary Genius, London, 1869. (4) Henry, T. S., "Classroom Problems in the Education of Gifted Children," National Societyfor Study of Education, 19th... ...anization to Various Population Groups," Teachers College Contributions to Education, No. 75, 1915. (7) Stern, W., "The Supernormal Child," (trans.) J... ... No. 75, 1915. (7) Stern, W., "The Supernormal Child," (trans.) Journal of Educational Psychology, 2: 144, March, 1911. (8) Stoner, W. S., Natural Edu... ...Sidis," Pedagogical Seminary, 18: 85-103, March, 1911. (12) Witte, K., The Education of Karl Witte, (trans.) New York, 1914. (13) Woods, E. L., "Provi...

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Classes for Gifted Children, An Experimental Study of Methods of Selection and Instruction. With the Cooperation of T. S. Henry, H. T. Manuel and Genevieve Coy

By: Whipple, Guy Montrose, 1876-1941

...s and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of education, elementary through post baccalaureate studies. This file wa... ...... ...rsonal Data of the Selected Pupils 11 II. Classification of the Mental and Educational Tests ... 13 III. The Mental Tests and Their Outcomes 19 A. Ind... ...est, 1-40 . . 44 35. Steacy Drawing Construction Test, 41-100 . 45 IV. The Educational Tests and their Outcomes 47 36. Buckingham Spelling Test .48 37... ...lent in Drawing. . . .142 XII. Partial Bibliography on Gifted Children and Education.148 INTEODUCTION The PROBiiEM The rise of every system of univer... ...ated by various circumstances until in the late summer of 1917 the General Education Board, after several confer- ences between.myself and its represe... ...ar at Urbana, Illinois, in the investigation of the general problem of the education of the gifted child, with the understanding that effort should be... ...investigations were greatly facilitated by the cooperation of the Board of Education of Urbana and of the Superintendent of Schools, Mr. A. P. Johnson... ...A plan was devised whereby a portion of the appropri- ation of the General Education Board was expended in part-payment of the services of the teacher...

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