The history of education: educational practice and progress considered as a phase of the development and spread of Western civilization

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Houghton Mifflin, 1920 - Education - 849 pages

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Contents

THE OLD GREEK EDUCATION
15
THE EDUCATION AND WORK OF ROME
53
INFLUENCES TENDING TOWARD A REVIVAL
180
PART III
239
THE EIGHTEENTH A TRANSITION CENTURY
471
THE BEGINNINGS OF NATIONAL EDUCATION
506
A NEW THEORY AND SUBJECTMATTER
530
NATIONAL ORGANIZATION IN PRUSSIA
552
JOHN KNOX i5j5?72
335
IGNATIUS DE LOYOLA 14911556
337
PLAN OF A JESUIT SCHOOLROOM
342
AN URSULINE
346
A SCHOOL OF LA SALLE AT PARIS 1688
349
THE BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS BY 1792
350
TENDENCIES IN EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPE 1500
353
MAP SHOWING THE RELIGIOUS SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA
358

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION IN FRANCE
588
THE STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL ORGANIZA
613
AWAKENING AN EDUCATIONAL CONSCIOUS
653
THE AMERICAN BATTLE FOR FREE STATE
676
EDUCATION BECOMES A GREAT NATIONAL
711
NEW CONCEPTIONS OF THE EDUCATIONAL
745
NEW TENDENCIES AND EXPANSIONS
787
CONCLUSION THE FUTURE
833
INDEX
841
HOLLAND
140
SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS IN THE SCHOOL OF ALBERTUS MAGNUS
190
A LECTURE ON THEOLOGY BY ALBERTUS MAGNUS
228
STRATFORDONAVON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
278
EDUCATIONAL LEADERS IN PROTESTANT GERMANY
308
THE FREE SCHOOL AT HARROW
322
MAP SHOWING THE SPREAD OF JESUIT SCHOOLS IN NORTHERN TERRITORY BY THE YEAR 1725
340
Two TABLETS ON THE EST GATEWAY AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY
364
JOHN AMOS COMENIUS 15921670
410
PESTALOZZI MONUMENT AT YVERDON
542
FELLENBERGS INSTITUTE AT HOFWYI
546
Two LEADERS IN THE REGENERATION OF PRUSSIA
568
FRANCOIS PIERRE GUILLAUME GUIZOT 17871874
598
JOHN POUNDS RAGGED SCHOOL AT PORTSMOUTH
618
AN ENGLISH VILLAGE VOLUNTARY SCHOOL
618
Two LEADERS IN THE EDUCATIONAL AWAKENING IN THE UNITED STATES
690
Two LEADERS IN THE REORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL THEORY
762
THE GREEK CONCEPTION OF THE WORLD
5
ANCIENT GREECE AND THE EGEAN WORLD
15
THE CITYSTATE OF ATTICA
17
DISTRIBUTION OF THE POPULATION OF ATHENS AND ATTICA ABOUT 430 B C
21
A GREEK BOY
25
AN ATHENIAN INSCRIPTION
26
GREEK WRITINGMATERIALS
27
AN ATHENIAN SCHOOL
29
GREEK SCHOOL LESSONS
31
GROUNDPLAN OF THE GYMNASIUM AT EPHESOS IN ASIA MINOR
33
SOCRATES 469399 B C
44
EVOLUTION OF THE GREEK UNIVERSITY
45
THE GREEK UNIVERSITY WORLD
47
THE KNOWN WORLD ABOUT 150 A D
48
THE EARLY PEOPLES OF ITALY AND THE EXTENSION OF THE ROMAN POWER
53
THE PRINCIPAL ROMAN ROVDS
54
THE GREAT EXTENT OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
56
A ROMAN FATHER INSTRUCTING HIS SON
59
CATO THE ELDER 234148 B C
63
ROMAN WRITINGMATERIALS
64
A ROMAN COUNTINGBOARD
65
A ROMAN PRIMARY SCHOOI
66
A ROMAN SCHOOL OF RHETORIC
70
THE ROMAN VOLUNTARY EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AS FINALLY EVOLVED
72
ORIGIN OF OUR ALPHABET
77
THE GROWTH OF CHRISTIANITY TO THE END OF THE FOURTH CENTURY
89
A BISHOP
96
A BENEDICTINE MONK ABBOT AND ABBESS
99
SHOWING THE FINAL DIVISION OF THE EMPIRE AND THE CHURCH
103
A BODYGUARD OF GERMANS
110
THE GERMAN MIGRATIONS
112
THE KNOWN WORLD IN 800
114
A GERMAN WAR CHIEF
115
ROMANS DESTROYING A GERMAN VILLAGE
116
A PAGE OF THE GOTHIC GOSPELS
119
BIRDSEYE VIEW OF A MEDLEYAL MONASTERY
130
INITIAL LETTER FROM AN OLD MANUSCRIPT
133
A MONK IN A SCRIPTORIUM
134
CHARLEMAGNES EMPIRE AND THE IMPORTANT MONASTERIES OF THE TIME
136
WHERE THE DANES RAVAGED ENGLAND
145
AN OUTER MONASTIC SCHOOL
150
THE MEDIEVAL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION SUMMARIZED
154
A LESSON IN GRAMMAR
156
AN ANGLOSAXON MAP OF THE WORLD
161
AN EARLY CHURCH MUSICIAN
162
A SQUIRE BEING KNIGHTED
168
A KNIGHT OF THE TIME OF THE FIRST CRUSADE
169
EVOLUTION OF EDUCATION DURING THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
175
SHOWING CENTERS OF MOSLEM LEARNING
183
ARISTOTLE
185
THE CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME AT PARIS
189
THE CITYSTATES OF NORTHERN ITALY
194
FRAGMENT FROM THE RECOVERED DIGEST OF JUSTINIAN
195
THE FATHER OF MEDICINE HIPPOCRATES OF Cos
197
A PILGRIM OF THE MIDDLE AGES
200
A TYPICAL MEDLEYAL TOWN PRUSSIAN
203
THE EDUCATIONAL PYRAMID
205
TRADE ROUTES AND COMMERCIAL CITIES
206
SHOWING LOCATION OF THE CHIEF UNIVERSITIES FOUNDED BE FORE 1600
219
SEAL OF A DOCTOR UNIVERSITY OF PARIS
223
NEW COLLEGE AT OXFORD
224
A LECTURE ON CIVIL LAW BY GUILLAUME BENEDICTI
227
LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LEYDEN IN HOLLAND
228
A UNIVERSITY DISPUTATION
231
A UNIVERSITY LECTURE AND LECTURE ROOM
232
PETRARCH 130474
244
BOCCACCIO 131375
245
DEMETRIUS CHALCONDYLF S 14241511
249
BOOKCASE AND DESK ix THE MEDICEAN LIBRARY AT FLORENCE
251
Two EARLY NORTHERN HUMANISTS
253
AN EARLY SIXTEENTHCENTURY PRESS
255
AN EARLY SPECIMEN OF CAXTONS PRINTING
256
THE WORLD AS KNOWN TO CHRISTIAN EUROPE BEFORE COLUM BUS
258
SAINT ANTONINUS AND HIS SCHOLARS
264
Two EARLY ITALIAN HUMANIST EDUCATORS 1
266
GUILLAUME BUD EUS 14671540 J
268
COLLEGE DE FRANCE T
269
JOHANN REUCHLIN 14551522
270
DESIDERIUS ERASMUS 14671536
274
SAINT PAULS SCHOOL LONDON
276
GIGGLESWICK GRAMMAR SCHOOL
277
THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN STUDIES
281
JOHN WYCLIFFE i320?84
290
RELIGIOUS WARFARE IN BOHEMIA
291
SHOWING THE RESULTS OF THE PROTESTANT REVOLTS
296
HULDREICH ZWINGLI 14871531
297
JOHN CALVIN 150964
299
A FRENCH PROTESTANT c 1600
301
Two EARLY VERNACULAR SCHOOLS
309
THE FIRST PAGE OF WYCLIFFES BIBLE
311
94 LUTHER GIVING INSTRUCTION
313
JOHANNES BUGENHAGEN 1485155
314
EVOLUTION OF GERMAN STATE SCHOOL CONTROL
319
A CHAINED BIBLE
321
A FRENCH SCHOOL OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
332
A DUTCH VILLAGE SCHOOL
334
HOMES OF THE PILGRIMS AND THEIR ROUTE TO AMERICA
359
NEW ENGLAND SETTLEMENTS 1660
361
THE BOSTON LATIN GRAMMAR SCHOOI
362
WHERE YALE COLLEGE WAS FOUNDED
367
AN OLD QUAKER MEETINGHOUSE AND SCHOOL AT LAMPETER PENNSYLVANIA
370
NICHOLAS KOPERNIK COPERNICUS 14731543
386
TYCHO BRAKE 15461601
387
GALILEO GALILEI 15641642
388
WILLIAM HARVEY 15781657
389
FRANCIS BACON 15611626
390
THE Loss AND RECOVERY OF THE SCIENCES
393
REN DESCARTES 15961650
394
FRANCOIS RABELAIS 14831553
399
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE 153312
401
JOHN LOCKE 16321704
403
AN ACADEMIE DES ARMES
404
PART OF A PAGE FROM A LATINENGLISH EDITION OF THE VES TIBULUM
415
AUGUSTUS HERMANN FRANCKE 16631727
419
A FRENCH SCHOOL BEFORE THE REVOLUTION
431
A HORN BOOK
440
THE WESTMINSTER CATECHISM
442
THOMAS DILWORTH ?i78o
443
FRONTISPIECE TO NOAH WEBSTERS AMERICAN SPELLING BOOK
444
TITLEPAGE OF HODDERS ARITHMETIC
445
A CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SCHOOL
447
AN ENGLISH DAME SCHOOL
448
GRAVEL LANE CHARITYSCHOOL SOUTHWARK
449
A CHARITYSCHOOL GIRL IN UNIFORM
450
A CHARITYSCHOOL BOY IN UNIFORM
451
ADVERTISEMENT FOR A TEACHER TO LET
452
A SCHOOL WHIPPINGPOST
455
CHILDREN AS MINIATURE ADULTS
458
A PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY
463
FREDERICK THE GREAT
474
MARIA THERESA
475
MONTESQUIEU 16891755
480
TURGOT 172781
481
DIDEROT 171384
482
JOHN WESLEY 170782
489
NATIONALITY OF THE WHITE POPULATION AS SHOWN BY THE FAMILY NAMES IN THE CENSUS OF 1790
494
THE STATESGENERAL IN SESSION AT VERSAILLES
499
ROUSSEAU 171278
508
LA CHALOTAIS 170183
510
COUNT DE MIRABEAU 174991
512
TALLEYRAND 17581838
513
CONDORCET 14394
514
THE INSTITUTE OF FRANCE
515
LAKANAL 17621845
516
THOMAS JEFFERSON 1743h826
525
THE ROUSSEAU MONUMENT AT GENEVA
531
BASEDOW 172390
533
IMMANUEL KANT 17241804
537
THE SCENE OF PESTALOZZIS LABORS
541
FELLENBERG 17711844
547
THE SCHOOL OF A HANDWORKER
556
iy1 DlNTER 17601831 5O 172 DlESTERWEO 17901866
571
THE PRUSSIAN STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM CREATED
577
AN OLD FOUNDATION TRANSFORMED
589
COUNT DE FOURCROY 17551809
590
VICTOR COUSIN 17921867
597
OUTLINE OF THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE FRENCH STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM
598
EUROPE IN 1810
604
THE UNIFICATION OF ITALY SINCE 1848
608
COUNT OF CAVOUR 181061
609
OUTLINE OF THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE ITALIAN STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM
610
A RAGGEDSCHOOL PUPIL
618
ADAM SMITH 172390
621
THE CREATORS OF THE MONITORIAL SYSTEM
624
THE LANCASTRIAN MODEL SCHOOL IN BOROUGH ROAD SOUTH WARK LONDON
626
MONITORS TEACHING READING AT STATIONS
627
PROPER MONITORIALSCHOOL POSITIONS
628
ROBERT OWEN 17711858
630
LORD BROUGHAM 17781868
636
AN ENGLISH VILLAGE SCHOOL IN 1840
637
EXPENDITURE FROM THE EDUCATION GRANTS 183970
639
LORD T B MACAULAY 180059
640
VORK OF THE SCHOOL BOARDS IN PROVIDING SCHOOL ACCOMMO DATIONS
643
THE ENGLISH EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AS FINALLY EVOLVED
649
THE FIRST SCHOOLHOUSE BUILT BY THE FREE SCHOOL SOCIETY IN NEW YORK CITY
661
MODEL SCHOOL BUILDING OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIETY
665
EVOLUTION OF THE ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF THE AMERICAN PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
666
DATES OF THE GRANTING OF FULL MANHOOD SUFFRAGE
670
THE FIRST FREE PUBLIC SCHOOL IN DETROIT
678
THE PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL ELECTIONS OF 1835
682
THE NEW YORK REFERENDUM OF 1850
685
STATUS OF SCHOOL SUPERVISION IN THE UNITED STATES BY 1861
688
A TYPICAL NEW ENGLAND ACADEMY
696
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES
699
THE FIRST HIGH SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES
700
HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES BY 1860
701
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ESTABLISHED BY 1860
704
THE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL LADDER
708
THE PROGRESS OF LITERACY IN EUROPE BY THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
714
THE SCHOOL SYSTEM OF THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
718
THE JAPANESE TWOCLASS SCHOOL SYSTEM
720
THE CHINESE EDUCATIONAL LADDER
721
BARON JUSTUS VON LIEBIG 180373
724
CHARLES DARWIN 180982
726
Louis PASTEUR 182295
727
MAN POWER BEFORE THE DAYS OF STEAM
729
THRESHING WHEAT A CENTURY AGO
730
A CITY WATERSUPPLY ABOUT 1830
731
THE GREAT TRADE ROUTES OF THE MODERN WORLD
733
AN EXAMPLE OF THE SHIFTING OF OCCUPATIONS
734
THE PHILIPPINE SCHOOL SYSTEM
740
THE FIRST MODERN NORMAL SCHOOL
749
TEACHERTRAINING IN THE LTNITED STATES BY 1860
752
EVOLUTION OF THE ELEMENTARYSCHOOL CURRICULUM AND OF METHODS OF TEACHING
756
AN USHER AND HIS CLASS
758
REDIRECTED MANUAL TRAINING
771
HERBERT SPENCER 18201903
777
THOMAS H HUXLEY 182595
778
A REORGANIZED KINDERGARTEN
781
THE PEKING UNION MEDICAL COLLEGE
804
THE DESTRUCTION OF THE TRADES IN MODERN INDUSTRY
808
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE OF AMERICAN CHILDREN FOURTEEN TO TWENTY YEARS OF AGE
810
ABBE DE LEPEE 171289
819
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS MAINTAINED BY THE STATE
820
KARL GEORG VON RAUMER 17831865
825
THE ESTABLISHED AND EXPERIMENTAL NATIONS OF EUROPE
835
THE EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE
846

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