Extension Syllabi

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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. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... his practical service in organizing schools and giving advice by correspondence to school authorities, e. By his addresses and writing on educational subjects, References: Monroe, Text Book, pp. 414-416: Brief Course, pp. 197-198. Barnard, German Teachers and Educators, pp. 161-184. Barnard, American Journal of Education, IV, pp. 741-764. Painter, History of Education, pp. 148-152. Paulsen, Geschichte des gelehrten Unterrichts, pp. 203-209. Richard, Philip Melancthon, the Protestant Preceptor of Germany, pp. 125-141. Russell, German Higher Schools pp. 34-35. Williams, History of Modern Education, pp. 91-96. (IV) Types Of Reformat1on Schools, 1. These schools were narrowly humanistic in their content with the addition of religious material, with strict disciplinary method. The religious character was most prominently revealed in their spirit and aim. 2. The work of John Sturm at the Strassburgh Gymnasium was the most influential factor in developing the type of protestant humanistic schools, Here he elaborated the nine year classical course which served as a model throughout protestant countries, References: Monroe, Text Book, pp. 300-393: Brief Course, pp. 200-201. Barnard, German Teachers and Educators, pp. 209-233. Barnard, American Journal of Education, IV, pp. 401-415. Laurie, History of Educational Opinion from the Renaissance, chap. iii. Painter, History of Education, pp. 159-164. Quick, Educational Reformers, pp. 2732. Russell, German Higher Schools, pp. 42-44. Williams, History of Modern Education, pp. 96-101. 3. Systems of vernacular elementary and classical secondary schools were developed in the protestant states of the Teutonic people and also under the Calvinists in Scotland and New England. References: Monroe, Text Book, pp....show more

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