Educational Review Volume 1-25

Educational Review Volume 1-25

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...for add1tional and outside work, 168-70;8: 845 Individuality, Education and (H. M. Stanley) 18: 80-4; stimu-lated thru elective studies, 81; individualistic work ought to be made a part of school work, 82; the great determinant of, is choice, 83; means self-reliance and poise, 84--How the school strengthens (W. T. Harr1s) 24: 228-37; effect of discipline, 228-9; gives access to the storehouse of experience, 229-30; the power of reading and writing, 231; of grasping possibilities and making combinations, 232-3; breadth, introspection, direc-tive power, attention, 233-5; knowledge of nature and hu-man nature, 235; civilized indi-viduality and 1ts power, 236-7--the only rational basis of edu-cational activity, 6: 199--Training, in college (H. De F. Sm1th) 19: 269-78; group vs. class system, 269-70; large classes and' few instructors, 270-2; group instruction at Bowdoin College, 273-6; more Individuality, Training (continued) and better teaching needed in the literary branches, 276-7; examples of courses in American h1story and in ethics, 2778; the student club, 278 Individuals, Systems of education should be adapted to, 1: 150 Inductive sciences, Value of the method of the, 5: 250-1 Industrial and commercial development, The relation of educat1on to (H. J. Rogers) 23: 49b502; national development in material progress, 490-3; the struggle for commercial and industr1al supremacy, 493-4; our superior system of education, 496-500; recognized abroad, 500-1; promotes the stability of our institutions, 501-2 Industrial and technical training in popular education (henry S. Pr1tchett) 23: 281-303; growth of the higher techn1cal, 2%i; demand for industrial tra1ning in elementary education, 282-5; solution of problem in Berlin, 286-90; opportunities offered in...
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  • English
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