Bulletin Volume 483-484; Nos. 487-488

Bulletin Volume 483-484; Nos. 487-488

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...or ing instruction, practical men of the industries, practical men of trades. They can be secured, sometimes in the commi which the school is located, and sometimes from other localities, occasional lectures. Such a practice will give a practical the instruction that it could not well have in any other way. I believe these five practical suggestions will help to realize ends that we have set before you in the early part of this discuss And may I say, in conclusion, Mr President, because I do want to prolong this discussion, that this is not idle theory, imagination that I am trying to bring before you, but it is outgrowth of a practical experiment with which I have been tified, and I believe these things can be done, because they been done, and they have resulted in making the subject of mercial geography an interesting subject in itself, a subject opens the gateway to a great deal that comes in a commc school, and I believe we can afford to commence the study of mercial geography very early in commercial schools; in doing we are interesting pupils in their own community, in the life of which they are and are to be a part. In other words, it is a class instrument of education, and because of its peculiar because of its educational worth, it is entitled to the place now has, and to a much larger place than it now has upon our riculum of instruction, and I believe that we shall live to see time when the subject will have a much larger place than it has in our plan of instruction. Discussion Member--I suggest, in addition to what Dr Herrick that the use of the stcreopticon is made much more advant; by the application of Rodcr's lamp to the stereopticon. used now as easily as any incandescent lamp can be handl and it is available for a...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236914619
  • 9781236914613