The New Education: A Review of Progressive Educational Movements of the Day

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Row, Peterson, 1915 - Education - 264 pages
 

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Contents

Keeping Up With the Times
26
Education in the Early Home
27
City Life and the New Basis for Education
28
Teaching Boys and Girls
32
Rousseau Versus a Class of Forty
33
The Fallacious Average
34
The Five Ages of Childhood
35
Age Distribution in One Grade
36
Shall Child or Subject Matter Come First?
39
The Vicious Practices of One Good School
40
Boys and GirlsThe One Object of Educational Activity
42
Fitting Schools to Children
44
Children Need Health First
45
Play as a Means to Growth
46
Some Things Which a Child Must Learn
48
What Schools Must Provide to Meet Child Needs
51
The Educational Work of the Small Town
52
The Educational Problems of an Industrial Com munity
55
Beginning With Child Needs
56
Progressive Notes in Elementary Education
58
Translating the Three Rs
59
Playing at Mathematics
60
A Model English Lesson
61
An Original Fairy Story
65
The Crow and the Scarecrow
67
School and Home
68
Breaking New Ground
71
The School and the Community
72
New Keys for Old Locks
74
School and Shop
76
Half a Chance to Study
79
Thwarting Satan in the Summer Time
80
Sending the Whole Child to School
81
Smashing the School Machine
84
All Hands Around for an Elementary School
86
From a Blazed Trail to a Paved Highway
90
Keeping the High School in Step With Life
92
The Success Habit
95
The Helpout Spirit
97
Joining Hands With the Elementary Schools
98
The Abolition of Mass Play
101
Experimental Democracy
103
Breaching Chinese Wall of High School Classicism
105
An UptoDate High School
107
From School to Shop and Back Again
109
Fitting the High School Graduate Into Life
110
The High School as a Public Servant
114
Higher Education at Lowville
116
Lowville Academy
117
The Schools Opportunity
119
Field Work as Education
120
Special Schools for Special Classes
141
Special Schools for Special Children
144
Playground and Summer Schools
145
Mr Dyer and the Men Who Stood With Him
147
The Oyler School of Cincinnati
153
An Appeal for Applied Education
156
Solving a Local Problem
157
Domestic Science Which Domesticates
159
Making Commercial Products in the Grades
161
A Real Interest in School
162
The Mothers Club
163
The Disappearance of Discipline
165
The Spirit of Oyler
167
Vitalizing Rural Education
170
Making Bricks With Straw
171
Making the OneBoom Country School Worth While
182
Repainting the Little Red Schoolhouse
187
A Fairyland of Rural Education
188
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The Task of the Country School
193
Out of the Mouths of Babes and Sucklings
195
Going to Work Through the Children
196
Beginning on Muffins
197
Taking the Boys in Hand
200
Busy Work as an Asset
201
Marguerite
203
Winning Over the Families
204
WideAwake Sleepy Eye
207
Getting the Janitor in Line
208
The Department of Agriculture
209
A Short Course for Busy People
212
Letting the Boys Do It
214
How It Works Out
216
Theoretical and Practical
217
The South for the New Education
220
Finding the Way
222
Jems Father
224
Club Life Militant
228
Canning Clubs
234
Recognition Day for Boys and Girls
235
Teaching GrownUps to Read
236
George Washington Junior
237
A Step Toward Good Health
239
Theory and Practice
242
A People Coming to Its Own
249
The Spirit of the New Education
251
Standardization Was a Failure
252
Education as Growth
254
Child Needs and Community Needs
255
The Final Test of Education
257
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