National education in Europe, Part 1

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Frederick Perkins, 1854 - Education - 892 pages
 

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Contents

Testimony of Joseph Kay Esq as to the prac
74
Fag
81
Amusement taste and habit of cultivated 494
115
Annuaire des deux mondes extracts from 406
128
Architecture study of 164488
134
Arithmetic how taught 611 63 130 137 617
155
Ashlev Lord 511
165
Female teachers 179 235 240
179
Small Normal Schools of Lntadie MM
194
Potsdam
197
Formal instruction
203
Normal Schools at Bruhl
207
Normal Seminary in Eislebeu
218
Seminary for Teachers of City at Berlin
233
Prussian Schools a few years ago
241
B Zellerthe Influence of Example
253
System of Primary Instruction 957
259
Examination for Teachers Diplomas 363
265
Public Examination of the Schools 371
272
Public Schools of Leijisie and Dresden
278
School of Mines at Freyberg
289
Attendance law respecting in Prussia 95 121
294
Evening Classes 392
297
Carlsruhe normal school ot
300
Denzels Introduction to the Art of Teaching
303
Cnrter Rev I remarks on voung criminals 508
306
Ifofwyt Fellenbergs establishment at 351
307
HESSE CASSEL AND NASSAU
311
Bavaria
313
Dr Grazers System of Instruction 319
319
AUSTRIA
325
Regulations respecting Teachers
331
Statistics of Elementary Schools
338
Education of Teachers
344
Pauperism and Ignorance
350
Normal Course for Teachers at Hofywl
357
Rerne Cantonal Society for Teachers
364
ProgrammeCourse of Study
372
Norm School at LausanneCant of Vaud
378
Council of Public Instruction
381
Speech of M Guizot
387
Academies
391
Primary Education in the Communes
397
Institutions for Special Instruction
405
Central society of education 731
408
Agricultural School at Grignon
475
Comenius 20
486
Farm Schools for Juvenile Delinquents
487
Conversation esereise in 50 60 66
501
Redemption Institute at Hamburgh
517
Agricultural Reform School at Mettray
533
Courteilles Visronnt Inhors at Mcttray
534
Cousin extracts from 382 414 598
541
Horticultural Reform School at PetitBourg
549
Prison of La Roquette in Paris
555
Philanthropic Soc Farm School at Red HilL
578
HOLLAND
595
Regulations as to examination of teachers 001
603
Primary School at the Hague
609
Normal School at Harlaem
617
Demetz founder of Mettray reform school 493
619
Iceland family instruction
620
Parochial school 18
621
NORWAY
623
GREECE
633
Infant schools 730
636
PORTUGAL
646
Instruction methods of 43506091110113 128
662
Ecclesiastical authority as to schools 183 327
671
IRELAND
675
Trmininr Department tod Model Schools
693
Encouragements to pupils 112
703
Jacobi plan of normal school by 314
717
ENGLAND
721
Kav James Phillips See ShuUJeicortk
730
Parliamentary action in behalf of Schools
735
Lancaster Joseph
740
Hlttorr and Condition of Normal Schools
751
Queens College and University in Ireland
753
Examination Papers on School Management
757
Observation how cultivated 50 206
759
Questions for selfexamination by teachers 354
777
Mann Horace rciort on schools of Europe 4
800
for Masters for National Schools
805
Battersea Normal School 893
823
Material instruction 203
839
Maynooth 713
866
Normal Schools for Female Teachers
875
Mental arithmetic 64
878
Milnes Free School 668
891

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