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A. F. Nightingale Association of Colleges B. A. Hinsdale C. F. P. Bancroft C. H. Thurber C. W. French Charles Hoole Charles W College-Entrance Requirements Colleges and Preparatory Commonwealth School Course of Study Curriculum E. E. Brown E. J. Goodwin E. V. Robinson Eliot England Association F. A. Hill F. D. Boynton F. H. Howard Foster Watson G. W. Ross George H Greek and Latin Hanus High School High-School Teachers Holiday Conference J. C. Mackenzie J. E. Russell J. G. Schurman J. H. Harris J. M. Taylor John Dewey John Tetlow Locke Mathematics Methods of Teaching Michigan Schoolmasters Modern-Language National Educational Association Oscar Thiergen Paul H Physiography Preparatory Schools Problems in Secondary R. G. Huling Report of Committee Requirements in History S. S. Laurie Schools of Germany Secondary Education Secondary Schools Teaching of Latin VIII Vittorino Da Feltre W. C. Collar W. G. Hale W. H. Butts W. M. Davis
Page 38 - How far the public high school is a just charge upon the public treasury...
Page 25 - What can be done to make the study of physics a better training for power?
Page 21 - Entrance requirements in history are based on those defined by the College Entrance Examination Board. The subjects in history listed below correspond, in general, with those suggested for a four-year high school course in history in The Study of History in the Schools: Report of the Committee of Seven of the American Historical Association (New York, 1899), and with more detail in A History Syllabus for Secondary Schools by a Special Committee of the New England History Teachers...
Page 30 - Function of the University in the Training of Secondary Teachers. M. V. O'Shea, VIII, 157-70.
Page 23 - Ill, 526-8. The Teacher's Outfit in German. Calvin Thomas, II, 401. C. General Articles. A New Departure in the Study of Modern Languages. EH Magill, VI, 257-60. International Correspondence Between Pupils. Oscar Thiergen, VII, 4—10. Modern-Language Conference (Chicago). IV, 41, 42. Modern-Language Requirements. AF Nightingale, IV, 424-33. Modern-Language Teaching in Secondary Schools. WM Payne, II, 74-82. Modern-Language Teaching. VI, 282, 283. Methods of Modern- Language Instruction in Prussian...
Page 10 - Acland. CH Thurber, III, 129, 130. In Memoriam — CFP Bancroft. GD Pettee, X, 257-69. Henry Barnard. CH Thurber, VIII, 505, 506. George William Curtis. OB Rhodes, II, 305-9. SS Laurie. CH Thurber, II, 465-7. Vittorino Da Feltre. CH Thurber, VII, 295-300. IV. BUILDINGS. High School, Colorado Springs, Col. GB Turnbull, I, 683-7. High School, Fort Wayne, Ind. (illustration). X, 649. High School, Joliet, 111.
Page 26 - VIII, 559, 56o. 2. CANADA. College-Entrance Requirements in Greek. I, 79, 80 (in BI Wheeler's article). Education in Canada — Condition of Mathematics. I, 388. School System of Ontario. WL Grant, X, 101-13. Training of Teachers in Ontario. GW Ross, I, 400-407. 3. EGYPT. Female Education in Egypt. IV, 124. 4. ENGLAND. Commercial Course in London. VIII, 370—72. Commercial Education in England and Germany. A. Heinig, X, 124-37.
Page 23 - Reform in the German higher schools and the reform movement in modern language teaching.
Page 26 - Knowledge -Making as a Means of Liberal Training — Quotation from Address of JG McGregor. VIII, 372-4. The Mission of Science in Education — Quotation from Address of John M. Coulter. VIII, 502, 503. The Teaching of Hygiene and Sanitary Science in Secondary Schools. Delos Fall, VI, 64-74. VIII. EDUCATION — CONDITIONS AND TENDENCIES. I. AUSTRALIA. Secondary Education in Victoria. Thomas Palmer, IX, 489-97; VIII, 559, 56o.